The Molsbroek nature reserve is an attractive and interesting place to visit for a short 5 km walk or a longer 8 km one.
Taking a daily evening walk can help you get or keep fit, and can help improve your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hiking in the High Fens of Belgium is a highly popular activity. Here are four routes to take, starting from Mont Rigi.
An 11 km country walk around two nature reserves, a château, and the villages of Hollogne-sur-Geer, Omal, Grand-Axhe and Petit-Axhe.
An outstanding 12k walk along the picturesque River Helle valley and then around the southern perimeter of Lake Eupen.
Enjoy a short 5 km or a longer 9 km walk from Baraque Michel, one of the highest spots of Belgium
Four walks – three short and one longer one – around the fields, heaths, forests and suburbs of Keerbergen, and along the River Dijle.
A 5km walk around the village of Opprebais in Brabant Wallon province, taking in the flooded quarry, a ruined château and a windmill.
An outstanding 14 km walk starting from Gendron-Celles railway station, passing the Château de Vêves, and including a 7 km stretch along the picturesque River Lesse.
Walk or cycle from Arquennes to Ronquières along the picturesque old canal, and visit the incredible Sloping Lock of Ronquières.
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The 7 km Chartreuzenberg walk is ideal for children and families as it includes a woodland play area. Starts and ends in Holsbeek.