Walks & Hikes

Sur les traces de la frontière hollandaise

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Sur les traces de la frontière hollandaise


Take a breath of fresh air within the forest range of the Solre woods, with a magnificent view of the former quarries. The Solre woods are a range that primarily comprise oak stems, beech trees and hornbeams, not to mention the oldest tree in the forest: an oak that is more than 400 years old. Along this route, old Dutch boundary markers outline the borders between France and the Netherlands in 1819. Located within a forest range on the right-hand bank of the Thure river, areas of biological interest invite relaxation, with ponds and bodies of water in which no fewer than nine species of amphibian breed. 

Walk info

On foot

Length of route 6.9km

Walk duration 1h50

Difficulty : Easy

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