Starting from the Place Léon d'Andrimont, in the heart of Dolhain, this walk invites you to gradually leave the hustle and bustle of the town centre and take to the green paths towards some magnificent panoramas.
Following the "blue rectangle" signpost, take the Hadrimont hill by storm, as many soldiers have done before you, and discover a landscape open to the surrounding valleys. In the distance, you will see the villages of Baelen and Goé, whose twisted bell towers rival each other in technical prowess and elegance. This path is also an opportunity to discover old 17th and 18th century limestone farms.
At the highest point of your walk, a small path guides you between the buildings of the Misère farm to reach, in the heart of a small wood with delicate scents, a typical old rocky hollow path. Be careful with your ankles!
This bucolic descent takes you back to the outskirts of Dolhain where the gentle murmur of the Vesdre invites you to return to the old Limburg road at the foot of the eastern rampart from where the imposing choir of Saint-Georges church looks down on you.
| Signposting: blue rectangle |
Information: dogs only allowed on a lead, not suitable for PRM. Caution: only accessible with an all-terrain pushchair.
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max. 312 m
min. 203 m
Styles : BaladeIn the countryIn townForest
Public : FamilyOccasional hikersTeenagersAccessible with prams/stroller
Themes : CouplesPatrimonyNature walkWaterfront
Pedestrian - Horizontal rectangle - Blue