9 castle points
The route leads past the following 9 castle points:
1. Onderse Schans - In the Eighty Years' War, this was a place of refuge. The Onderse Schans protected farmers and their cattle from marauding soldiers.
2. Wetfeet Castle - The occupant of this property has single-handedly transformed the farmhouse into a castle-like residence. The house is decorated with old army equipment and medieval objects.
3. Weaponry Hotel Antiques - In 1934, the rear of this hotel and restaurant was renovated. A coat of arms bearing the date 1706 was bricked in.
4. Kasteel Ten Hove - This is also called huis Helden and was originally a feud of the lords of Horn.
5. Kasteel de Putting - Above the front door is a stone bearing the date 1652 from the now disappeared Kasteel de Putting.
6. Hoeve Gravenhof Kessel - The Hoeve Gravenhof is U-shaped and was built in 1803.
7. Kasteel Keverberg - This castle is one of the oldest castles in the Netherlands. The origin lies around the year 1000.
8. Kasteel Villa Oeverberg - This castle was built to escape the loneliness.
9. Landweer - The earthen wall erected by the lord of Horn Gelre to protect against the ''entry of the Lord's enemies from Hoern''.