Photowalk in the dunes: entrance Zandvoortselaan

Let’s have an inspiring photowalk in the dunes.

Located to the south of Zuid-Kennemerland National Park, the Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen make up a nature reserve that also helps supply drinking water for Amsterdam. The name of the nature reserve, Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen, roughly translates as ‘Amsterdam water supply dunes’. A labyrinth of channels and gullies in the dunes serves to supply water intended for water abstraction.

The variety of dunes also means a rich diversity of plants and animals. You can spot red deer, roe deer, foxes and rabbits between the trees, ponds and grasslands. This is also a great place for birdwatchers, as the area draws thousands of (water) birds. A few years ago sheep and cows were set loose to graze in the dunes.

We will walk through the park into the dunes, hopefully we will see a lot of deers on the way and if we are lucky perhaps foxes.

** please note **

keep a close eye on the weather forecast, as we have often walked in the rain, not less fun though 🙂

ALSO: even though we will have coffee and / or lunch afterwards as usual, the walk will be around 3 hours long… bring something to eat or drink for during the walk

Address: Zandvoortselaan 130, 2042 XC Zandvoort