This gps walk takes you from the center of Han-sur-Lesse to the forest of Noulaiti. Once you come out of the forest, you can enjoy the typical landscape of the Calestienne, called Les Tiennes. These are small hills on a flat landscape. Then the beautiful valley of l’Homme is the eye-catcher. You go via stairs to the viewpoint on the rock of Eprave and past the cave of Eprave, which is closed to the public. The last part goes back through an open landscape in the direction of the Lesse and the starting point.
The descent from the Ferme de Montaigle to the castle of Montaigle through the valley of the Flavion, is worthwhile. Along the Flavion you will discover several caves in the steep cliffs where hunter-gatherers lived in the stone age. You should not miss the castle ruins and the Montaigle museum. In addition, you get a magnificent view of the river landscape and the surrounding rocks at the castle. The way back to Falaën takes you past the hamlet of Le Marteau in the valley of the Molignée and the bare heights of La Héronnière.
This walk first goes to the Castle of Walzin, which is situated high above the river. The limestone rocks along the Lesse offer a pleasant contrast with the gray slate of the Ardennes. From the Castle of Walzin the route rises to the rocks of Chaleux, which are very popular with climbers, to the old village of Furfooz and then returns through the fields via the fairy-tale castle of Vêves.
An easy and well-signposted walk that mainly follows the course of the Semois and offers many natural and cultural landscapes. From the picturesque village of Vresse the trail takes you over the old stone bridge, the Pont St.Lambert from the 18th century. Along the Semois it crosses forests and fields to the panoramic viewpoint of Naglémont at 340 m, the highest point of the hike. There you have a wide view of the valley of the Semois, with in the foreground two villages, Alle and Mouzaive, and with vast forests as a scenery.
The limestone grass around the Roche Trouée and the Fondry des Chiens gives the sites an almost Provençal touch in the spring and summer. Sheep and goats that graze to maintain the lime grass reinforce the Mediterranean impression. With its limestone rocks and its rare heat-loving plants and animals, the region has a special biological and geological importance. From the heights and the western viewpoint you have a beautiful panorama of the surroundings.