This trail is rather unique: not only is it the sole trail on the other side of Putsesteenweg, but it is also a trail created for the visually impaired. With the app Vlinderpad (Android or iOS) the blind and visually impaired can follow the trail and enjoy expert information about nature and history. The trail is well maintained so it is accessible at all times. Natural elements such as tree trunks demarcate the path and ensure that white canes can function well. Count on at least an hour to an hour and a half to complete the trail. You are not visually impaired but you are curious about how the blind or visually impaired experience nature and this trail? Then come to De Vroente and borrow simulation glasses and white canes to experience the trail yourself.