Route starts in Valkenburg
Route ends in Slenaken (first day) Eijsden (second day)
Length 18+17 km
This route (I did not walk it), goes through one of the most beautiful areas of the Netherlands. In Slenaken you may find a lot of places for lodging. Bus 57 will bring you to Maastricht.
The start location Valkenburg has a railway station. Slenaken and Eijsden don't have railwaystations. The route description is available at the stations Maastricht and Heerlen. You also may obtain it at the Post Office agency in the Read Shop in Valkenburg (closed on Sunday!!!)
Route starts in Venlo
Route ends in Kaldenkirchen (Germany)
Length 17 km
I never walked this route, but people appreciate it. The first part of the route, trhough the town Venlo is poorly indicated. People say they have difficulties finding their way out of the town. Make sure to bring your passport, because you cross the Dutch-German border. The Maas ferry, which you need may not sail if water in the river is very high.
Route starts in Roermond
Route ends in Brueggen (Germany, first day) and Swalmen (second day)
Length is 17+17 km
You need to use a bus in Roermond to go to the starting point of the route. Take bus 78 or 178 to Herkenbosch. Leave the bus at busstop Meinweg. In the route description you find information about hotels in Brueggen. Take your passport with you!. The area is interesting from a geological point of view.
Route starts in Maastricht
Route ends in Mariadorp
Length 21 km
You leave the Maastricht railway station using exit "Meersenerweg". From Mariadorp take a bus back to Maastricht.