From the Chemin du Bois to the south of Vierves-sur-Viroin, enjoy an enchanting spell in the Ardennes forest by bypassing the Fond des Chénaux, a stream that emerges in the Fontaine Murée and flows into the Viroin. You pass near an old sandstone quarry before reaching Olloy-sur-Viroin, a charming stone village that the river runs through peacefully. You then follow the old local railway line, which has been converted into the RAVeL network and runs along the Nouée stream. It is dotted with stone markers that date to the time of the Principality of Liège. Don’t miss the Fond de Noye nature reserve, a wetland area that is rich in biodiversity, the beautiful Nutons quarry and its flowers, or the charming Grenadier ponds. A nice picnic area is available.
Length of route 12km
Difficulty : Medium