• Province Liège

    In the north, the province of Liège borders Belgian Limburg and Dutch Limburg, in the east the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate, in the south the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Belgian province of Luxembourg, and in the west of the Belgian provinces Namur, Walloon Brabant and Flemish Brabant. In the far east, against the German border, are the East Cantons, a number of municipalities that form the German-speaking Community. The province is also known for the natural beauty and the tourist attraction of the Ardennes. Once it was an important mining area. The important rivers are the Meuse, the Vesdre, the Ourthe and the Amblève. In the Hoge Venen, the highest point in Belgium, at 694 meters, is the Signal of Botrange.

  • The Val-Dieu

    The Cistercian abbey Notre Dame du Val-Dieu in the heart of the Land of Herve is the starting point of this trail that combines two regional walks: the 'Balade de Saint-Jean-Sart' and the 'Balade du Chemin du Diable'. The Abbey was founded in 1216 by Cistercians in the valley of the Berwinne, which used to have the name Valley of the Devil. To ward off fate, the monks baptized the valley Val-Dieu, the valley of God.