Au fil de Pry


This walk in the village of Pry travels through narrow streets and woods, passing by a chapel and special sights, such as the pump in Place du Mayeur. At the railway, 19th-century lime kilns stand before the quarry, carved into a limestone massif. Upon leaving Pry, the route continues through the Cambier woods. After exiting the woods, you can enjoy an exceptional view of Walcourt and its basilica from the heights. In the Taille Chandelle woods, you can pass through a nature reserve, which is dedicated to the conservation of several species of birds and insects, such as butterflies. You will return to the village passing by ‘Al Rotche’, a rocky promontory which was the site of a Belgo-Roman sanctuary.

Walk info

On foot

Length of route 5.5km

Walk duration 1h30

Difficulty : Medium

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