Wéris is a member of the association of Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia. The village deserves a visit because of the well-preserved village architecture, the Romanesque St-Walburge church from the 11th century and the picturesque and typical local houses. The walk travels through forests and fields between the Famenne and the Ardennes, and offers some beautiful viewpoints on the agricultural landscape and the many megalithic remains. Along the way you will discover some rocks and boulders with a legend associated with them, such as the Haina Stone and the Devil's bed.
Height gain: 175 meters
Way mark: blue cross and yellow cross 2
Wheelchair: Not suitable
Dog: Allowed on a leach
Between the Belgian Ardennes and the Famenne.
The walk goes over a paved road to a path that goes along a hedged road through meadows. At the edge of the forest, the trail takes a litlle detour from the track and follows a path to the megalithic monument Haina Stone where you have a beautiful view. Then it goes to the mysterious Devil's bed. The walk then continues through a beautiful mixed forest to a wasteland that is strewn with heath and bushes and through the hedged fields to the Pas-Bayard chapel. From the chapel it goes back along a traffic-restricted asphalt road back to the starting point.
Walking shoes and rain gear are sufficient