I’ve always thought hiking was good for me. Now I know why
Due to the coronavirus, the Hallerbos just outside Brussels will be closed to visitors.
Whether you prefer to walk, cycle, jog, gallop, tree-hug or whatever, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Forêt de Soignes.
All you need to know for a half- or full-day walking around Overijse
For day three of my weekend in the Ardennes, my destination was the forest of the land of Chimay The French title sounds so much more enticing than the English, doesn’t it? If you have been following me, you will know that I spent the night in an […]
A rainy day hiking in Virelles, but with an unexpected and delightful observation After all the “excitement” of the previous evening, my second day of my walking weekend in the Ardennes started out well, with a copious and tasty breakfast at B&B Les Gabelous, after which Ben, my […]
A lovely and varied walk in Wallonia, with plenty to see and marvel at
One of the loveliest and most varied walks I have ever done in Belgium
A walk of two halves, but certainly worth walking
An adventurous up-and-down hike through an Ardennes river valley
You’re going to love this place. It’s one of the prettiest river valleys in Belgium I have enjoyed walking along many river valleys in the Belgian Ardennes, but I have to admit that the Valley of the Hoëgne is the prettiest I have found so far.
The GR 121 long-distance path from Wavre to La Roche is varied, interesting and a wonderful introduction to the GR 121.
If you’re bored of walking around Tervuren Park on a Sunday afternoon, here’s an opportunity to break the habit and explore the nearby lovely Flemish countryside
A pleasant walk along the River Dijle which flows through Sint-Agatha-Rode, named after the patron saint of breast cancer
Two walks that take you through the heart of Flanders Fields to some of the most poignant World War One cemeteries.