• Around La Gleize

    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.

  • The Trouts route

    A varied and well-signposted circuit with some landscape highlights and beautiful panoramas. Before or after the walk, the visit to the Abbey of Stavelot is recommended. You will find the museum of the Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy, the museum of the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps and the Guillaume Apollinaire museum. The archaeological remains of the abbey church of the 11th century were uncovered in the courtyard and made accessible to everyone. From the Abbey the Trouts route leads to the Amblève, which rises on the High Fens and which, like the Salm and the Ourthe, as a tributary of the Warche has influenced the history of Wallonia. Above the village of Warche and its old farms rises the impressive Rocher de Warche. This rock towers high above the water and offers an unparalleled view of the valley of the Amblève.