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.
Height gain: 242 meters
Way mark: Green - white rectangle
Wheelchair: Not suitable
Dog: Allowed on a leach
From Falaën to the ruins of Montaigle.
From Falaën the route first goes in the direction of the hamlet of Flun and then by a path through the forest along the meanders of the Flavion. Along limestone rocks you reach the ruins of the Montaigle castle. Then it goes via the hamlet Marteau along the edge of the village of Sosoye back to Falaën.
Sturdy walking shoes, rainwear and sunscreen in the summer.
Picnic when you also want to visit the ruins.