Starting from the chapel of Sainte-Anne, this walk takes you up the crest of the Halloux hill to an old path, the Voie d'amis, which once linked the village of Hèvremont to the ancient city of Limburg. At the top of this steep path, which is slippery in rainy weather, you can admire the magnificent panorama over the Bovegnée valley and the Gileppe aqueduct. Three small stone steps lead you to the path of the stiles, the gateway to the woods.
The woods of Hèvremont and Goé are part of the vast western Hertogenwald, which was once a fantastic reserve of wood, mainly for the production of charcoal for industry. As early as the 19th century, it was decided to plant spruce trees on a massive scale in order to restore the forest, which had been badly damaged and deforested over the centuries.
In line with this desire to conserve the forest area, the Goé forest is nowadays included in the recognition programme for forest certification systems that guarantee the sustainable and responsible use of the area. Guided by birdsong and the delicacy of the blueberry and wild strawberry bushes, make your way to the peaceful hamlet of La Pierresse before crossing the authentic village of Goé. The twisted bell tower of the Saint-Lambert church shows you the way to the viewpoints of the Halloux hill in a final effort.
| Signposting: red diamond |
Information: dogs only allowed on a lead, not suitable for PRM. Attention: only accessible with a pushchair.
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max. 367 m
min. 226 m
Styles : HikingBaladeDiscoveryIn the countryIn townForest
Public : FamilyOccasional hikersTeenagersAccessible with prams/stroller
Themes : CouplesNature walk
Pedestrian - Diamond - Red