Between the numerous possibilities for walks, the Natural Parks, the Spa region, or the numerous water sources, nature-lovers will be in their element in Liège province!
An abundant and diverse range of trips and walksWant to go on a trip or go for a walk? You’re in the right place! Liège province abounds in places that are ideal for excursions or walking. It has 5,000 km of signposted paths and 13 RAVeL cycle paths, including the Vennbahn, the former railway line converted into a cycle path. You’re sure to find an excursion to suit you.
Explore two outstanding Natural ParksWith the Hautes-Fagnes-Eifel Natural Park, Liège province features the biggest nature reserve in Belgium. Between superb landscapes and breathtaking panoramas, you will marvel at this region that is perfectly suited to walkers with its managed paths and duckboards.
To the west of the province, the Parc des Vallées de la Burdinale et de la Mehaigne will enchant you with its Hesbay landscapes and Botanic Gardens of Pitet.
Don’t miss the Spa forest in the ArdennesIn the heart of the Spa forest, on the fringe of the Malchamps fen, le Domaine de Bérinzenne and its Musée de la Forêt et des Eaux form a fascinating setting. This natural site also has a very attractive tower that offers an unbeatable and unobstructed panoramic view.
Two listed sites of Wallonia’s outstanding heritageJust a few kilometres apart, the valley of the Ninglinspo along with the Fonds de Quarreux are listed parts of Wallonia’s outstanding heritage. Bathed by the Amblève river, these two sites are particularly appreciated by hikers for the beauty of their landscapes.
Relax close to one of the numerous water sourcesThe well-known lakes of La Gileppe, Eupen, Robertville, Bütgenbach and their impressive flood barriers are so many drinking water reservoirs, nautical and athletic centres, but also holiday sites.
More modestly sized, the Warfaaz Lake nevertheless provides opportunities to abandon oneself to the joys of canoeing and pedalo when the sunshine warms us!