Bike trails

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Whether you’re looking for a signposted loop on flat terrain, or with many different elevations, our region will appeal to the sportiest individuals and those who love the great outdoors via our points-nœuds network and unmissable long-distance routes, like the Napoleon Route and the EuroVelo 3. Allow yourself to be surprised as you cycle along rural, forested and urban routes.

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    Trails for every taste

    Travel across our enticing countryside, Mediaeval cities and charming towns. Pass along peaceful waterways, majestic castles and rural landscapes that sometimes take you by surprise.

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    "1,000 signs " points-nœuds network

    Inspired by the networks in Flanders and the Netherlands, our region boasts a secure network of trails. Don't hesitate to take our map and enjoy landscapes in complete tranquillity!

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    EuroVelo 3 : the pilgrim's bike route

    Are you looking for religious heritage and picture-perfect landscapes? The EuroVelo 3 route, also known as the ‘Pilgrim’s Bike Route’ or ‘Scandibérique’ in the French section, is perfect for you!

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    Napoleon route

    Perhaps the most iconic tourist route, the Napoleon Route invites you to follow in the historic footsteps of the emperor during the final days of the Belgium Campaign in June 1815.

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    Our "favourite" points-nœuds loops

    Untamed nature, charming heritage and cosy spots to please foodies: here are some suggestions for loops that offer unforgettable moments with your family and/or friends!

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Traveller's charter

  • Only use the paths provided.

  • Respect other users and the serenity of the forest.

  • Keep your pet on a leash.

  • Respect the flora and fauna.

  • Respect signs on prohibitions and hunting barriers and closures.

  • Use a bivouac area to spend the night in the forest.

For more information, read the ‘Protect the Forest’ charter online.