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.