The Leudal is a very popular hiking area, and rightly so. This nature reserve covers about 900 ha. The Sint-Ursula mill or Leu mill, dating back to 1773, can be found smack in the middle of this nature reserve. It is an authentic watermill used for grain and oil. The Leudal valleys has many picturesque valleys. The Zelsterbeek and the Leubeek meander through the trees. The water has eroded the valleys so deep over the centuries that sometimes they look like ravines. The Streekmuseum (or Regional museum) is also worth a visits.
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