A beautiful circuit through woods and meadows with some panoramic views of the hills of the Ardennes and the beautiful valley of the Amblève. Wood and schist characterize the sites in this region. The hamlet of Borgoumont, and especially the old village of Moulin du Ruy, impresses because of their many typical buildings. La Gleize was hard hit during the Ardennes Offensive in December 1944. The Tiger tank and the 'December 1944' museum remind of this dark time. The village church from the 12th century and medieval woodwork are worth a visit.
Height gain: 228 meters
Way mark: Red rectangle
Wheelchair: Not suitable
Dog: Allowed on a leach
From La Gleize to Moulin du Ruy.
The walk goes from La Gleize via a small maria statue to the Nabonru brook. Then you walk through a dense pine forest and open fields to the hamlet of Borgoumont with beautiful views of the hamlet and the railway viaduct of Trois-Ponts. From Borgoumont you walk to the Roannay brook and on to Moulin du Ruy. From the hamlet it continues along the banks of the Roannay to then walk back to La Gleize via a field and forest road.
Hiking shoes and rain gear recommended.
An information sign on the parking gives information about the hunt in the fall.