Hallerbos: an ancient forest with young trees and lots of bluebells

Hallerbos – ‘The Blue Forest’ – is the most important and most extensive forest area between Zenne and Zoniën. The forest is a crowd favourite thanks to the beautiful purple carpet of bluebells, which bloom around mid-April. The giant Sequoia trees also make a visit to this forest more than worth it.

Hallerbos is a public forest. It is administered by the Agency for Nature and Forest management – region Brabantse Wouden – 1700 info-line
Office address: Duboislaan 14 – 1560 Hoeilaart    |    Forest address: Hogebermweg (P1) – 1500 Halle  |  Forest Museum address: Vlasmarktdreef 4 – 1500 Halle

Please note: The ‘Vlasmarktdreef’ is closed to all traffic from May 30, 2023 from Parking 2 for the construction of an ecoduct over the RO (E19). The ‘Achtdreven’ is not accessible via the ‘Vlasmarktdreef’ for walkers and cyclists and a diversion is provided via the ecotunnel at ‘Pijpaenshoek’.
Special traffic regulations during the ‘bluebell festival’ from April 6 to May 5, 2024. Please take the accessibility regulations into account.