The Antitank Trench and the nearby Haachts Marsh are a lovely area to walk, punctuated by small bridges and corduroy roads. Walking here makes you feel like you could wander aimlessly for hours.
The trench once intended to halt German tanks now teems with aquatic life.
From time to time, you'll come across a herd of large herbivores during the walk, munching away and creating the wide open spaces that sun-worshippers, such as butterflies and other insects, love to frequent.
Brown long-eared bats hibernate year in and year out in the abandoned bunkers that punctuate your route.