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Regional Route 2

W7 Sur la route des Ardennes
De Lanaye (Visé) à Bouillon

The W7 long-distance regional route crosses the provinces of Liège and Luxembourg from north to south. As you go along, you will wonder at three of the loveliest valleys in Wallonia.
You start your journey on the RAVeL along the banks of the Meuse between Visé, the city of the goose, and Liège, nicknamed the Cité Ardente, reflecting its warm, welcoming and lively atmosphere. You then follow the winding Ourthe river through Durbuy, known as the world’s smallest city. As you approach La Roche-en-Ardenne, an unmissable part of any tourist stay in the region, steep-sided valleys abound in fascinating aquatic and floral life. Crossing the very heart of the Ardennes, you reach Bouillon and the Semois valley.

Length (in km)
206 km
W8 Entre Fagnes et Famenne
De Momignies à Barvaux (Durbuy)

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Cet itinéraire vous séduira par la diversité remarquable des paysages agro-géographiques traversés et par la qualité des sections du RAVeL empruntées de la Ligne 156, de la Meuse, de la Ligne 126 et de l'Ourthe. A terme, en partant à proximité de la frontière française à Momignies, il vous conduira de la Fagne herbagère de la Botte du Hainaut vers les sommets des Hautes Fagnes de l'Est de la Belgique, à quelques pas de la frontière allemande.

Length (in km)
141 km

Local Route 1

De Angleur (Liège) à Hamoir ou De Bomal à la Barrière de Petit-Han (Durbuy)

As well as a beautiful natural landscape of great geological and heritage value, the Ourthe valley offers you the opportunity, starting from Liège, to explore the remains of its old canal and its locks, as well as a typical and often well-restored habitat that bears witness to a human past of quality. The further south you go, the more the forests and picturesque villages tempt you to daydream, enveloping yourself in ancestral legends. You end your journey in Durbuy, famous as the world’s smallest town.

Length (in km)
52 km