The Parc Naturel Hautes Fagnes-Eifel is without a doubt one of Belgium’s most beautiful regions. Located in the East of the country, it is part of a cross-border German/Belgian natural park. Its diverse landscapes, the quality of its environment and flora and fauna, plus its natural and cultural history are what make it so very special.
Apart from its crowning glory, which is indisputably the state-owned High Fens nature reserve, it boasts ever-changing landscapes sculpted by wooded areas, valleys and watercourses, prairies, groves, rolling mountains and picturesque villages.
Natural park of the High Fens-Eifel.
Extending across 12 municipalities and a surface area of 72 000 hectares, the natural park of the High Fens-Eifel is without a doubt one of Belgium’s most attractive regions. Its strong points are the diversity of its landscapes and quality of its environment. From the forests of Hertogenwald (to the north) to the valley of the Our (to the south), passing through the High Plateau of the fens and the summit of Belgium (at 694 m), a host of landscapes of outstanding beauty open up to you: rivers, lakes, dams, forests, moors, pastures and picturesque villages... not forgetting our country’s gem, the High Fens nature reserve which takes up more than 5.300 hectares of the natural park!
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