This landscape is well preserved here. Agricultural land is used for the cultivation of organic vegetables. It fits in with the restoration of the cultural-historical landscape. The common oaks were planted by the staff of the Psychiatric Centre Sint-Amandus. These lanes have a high ecological value. Bats need them to be able to orientate themselves. In the verges there are often still remains of the original heathland. They are rich in mushrooms.
This path is part of the Educational Nature Path St. -Amandus.
Along this path there are 4 works of art that enrich the Educational Nature Path Sint-Amandus since October 10,2006. They were designed and created by people from the psychiatric centre of Sint-Amandus during therapy sessions. They are linked to the 4 themes of the hike: forest, heathland, field pond and drift. The name of each work of art turned patients into stone. Sculpture was carried out under the supervision of scribe sculptor Janne Vergauwe.