The very varied route takes you first to the 'Chaire à prêcher', a steep rock formation above the Semois and the ruins of the Montragut castle. The remains are limited, but the view is fantastic. A passage leads to other beautiful viewpoints before you arrive in Frahan, which is located at the end of a river meander. On the other bank you will discover the charming old tobacco village of Poupehan. You cross the Semois again for a final climb that brings you back to Corbion, formerly known for its tobacco cultivation and processing.
Height gain: 356 meters
Way mark: Red diamond and red triangle
Wheelchair: Not suitable
Dog: Allowed on a leach
On the rocky ridges of Frahan.
From Corbion it goes to the rock formation 'Chaire à prêcher' and further on the crêtes de Frahan to the highest point, the 'Château de Montragut'. From Frahan it goes towards Poupehan along the banks of the Semois. From the cave of Notre-Dame de l'Ourthe it goes back towards Corbion.
High walking shoes, rain gear, something to eat.
In case of wet weather or ice, be very careful on the stone path to Frahan.