All our cycling routes

WBT : Denis Erroyaux
Explore Meuse is the ideal terrain for many cycling enthusiasts. Whether you want to take a relaxed ride or have an intense physical workout, the region is full of attractive spots! Cycle through our 7 valleys, past our citadels and our 2 idyllic cities: Namur and Dinant. If you prefer a gentler journey, an electric bicycle will come in handy. For the more athletic, you won’t be disappointed by the circuits and inclines, the steep paths and the mountain bike routes. There is something for everyone!

Combine cycling with sightseeing

Cycling is a great way to discover the lesser-known spots of the Explore Meuse destination. You can choose between quiet routes, a trip through the city or in the countryside, or bike rides for all levels through the woods or along hilly routes. Enjoy it all year round! We have selected 5 different routes for you! From Hastière to Andenne you will discover the many green landscapes and charming villages. Follow the bends of the Meuse and enjoy a beautiful route scattered with rocks and impressive cliffs in the heart of nature! Discover unmissable sights such as Maredsous Abbey or the Sclaigneaux Nature Reserve near Andenne. Via the link below you will find all the information about our cycling route selection!
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EuroVelo routes

Belgium has an extensive network of interesting long-distance cycling routes, which allow you to explore this fascinating country. In Wallonia, routes 3, 5 and 19 follow the RAVeL networks for the most part.
  • EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycle Route  : the landscape of the Meuse is characterised by dramatic rock faces many with castles perched on top.
  • EuroVelo 5 : will introduce you to the rich natural, architectural, cultural and brewing heritage of the country.
  • EuroVelo 3 : the Pilgrims route leads you to the city of Liège, passing through the symbolic place of the “Three Borders” between Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
PRO VELO is the national coordinator to ensure the smooth running of its routes and to answer any questions travellers might have : info@provelo.org   

"Points Noeuds" network

Wallonia has a number of cycle routes linked to each other by intersections, known locally as points-noeuds. Already well known in the Netherlands and Flanders, Wallonia is developing the intersecting network fast. ‘Points-noeuds’ help cyclists create an itinerary to suit themselves, according to their capabilities. A simple system of numbers and signposts at each intersection makes the different routes easy to follow. It also allows cyclists to alter their itinerary at the midway point, just as the fancy takes them. Discover themed routes that lead from one intersection to another.  
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(c)WBT-Denis Erroyaux