• Around Corbion

    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.

  • Around Dohan

    From Dohan, the walk rises high above the valley and you immediately get some beautiful views. Then you walk through mixed forests to the Semois. You follow the course of the Semois to the viewpoint on the Roche De La Chevauchée.

  • Around Les Hayons

    The walk goes along the banks of the Semois to the viewpoint Saut Des Sorcières. Then you walk through beautiful mixed forests in the valley of the Ruisseau Des Aleines to the Roche Colas Tcha Tcha. From the hamlet of La Cornette you walk back to the starting point through forests.

  • Cornichai

    Walk through mixed forests to the hamlet of Géripont and through a more open landscape with beautiful views.

  • Crêtes de Frahan

    This beautiful walk goes over the Crêtes de Frahan to the small hamlet of Frahan. Here you cross the Semois and the climb to Rochehaut begins. From this village you walk on a beautiful forest road back to Poupehan.

  • From Maissin to Redu

    The walk from Maissin to the famous book village of Redu with its many booksellers combines nature and (reading) culture. In 1984 two local journalists from this empty rural village with 450 inhabitants made a huge book market. Following the example of Hay-on-Wye in Wales, which has been a unique second-hand book center since 1961, there are now 20 bookstores in old stalls and farms in Redu. And of course the gastronomy has its place in Redu.

  • High above the Ourthe

    The town of La Roche-en-Ardenne is picturesque on the banks of the Ourthe, which forms two large meanders in the valley, between the hills. The castle that casts its shadow on the town was already inhabited in the stone age. The site later became an oppidum, saw a Roman fort emerge and eventually became a feudal fortress. Because of its ideal location, La Roche offers plenty of opportunities for walkers, cyclists and kayakers. The trail follows the signage no. 6 to Maboge and Borzée and then returns to La Roche. Along the way you get beautiful views of the castle ruin and the valley of the Ourthe.

  • In the Fairies valley

    The first part of the walk begins peacefully and connects the beautiful Fairy Valley with the romantic and unspoilt valley of the Martin-Moulin. The way back follows a winding path dotted with roots and stones. Here and there you have to rely on naked rocks and crossing brooks from one stone to another. You see an old beaver dam at a certain location. Also otters can be found in this valley. In the second part you leave the valley and you go up into the height, where you get a nice view of Achouffe. A little later the course becomes rough and adventurous. A path leads to two viewpoints to descend to the depths of the valley of the Martin-Moulin, where you start on your way back. Tip: A visit to the Achouffe brewery.

  • The forest of Conques

    This walk goes through the forest of Conques to the viewpoint of Libaipire. Here you have a beautiful view of Le Tombeau Du Chevalier, a meander of the Semois. From the forest you descend to the banks of the Semois. You follow the bank of the Semois to the starting point, you might spot kingfishers along the way.

  • The forest of Cugnon

    This walk takes you high above the Semois along a beautiful forest path to follow the course of the Ruisseau De Muno afterwards. Wide forest roads lead you to Remacle's cave. The viewpoint above the cave gives you a beautiful panorama of the Semois and the surrounding area.

  • The wild Ourthe

    On the Hérou rocks where you get a beautiful view of the river, the trail follows the course of the Ourthe. The route runs largely along a small stone path that takes you along beaver dams and the Celtic fortification 'Le Cheslé'. From the high wall you have a beautiful view of the landscape of the Ourthe. From there various steep roads and paths depart that take you back to the starting point 'Belvédère'. There you can one last time admire the unspoilt charm of the six meanders of the Ourthe and have a bite to eat.