Tools, good tips and routes mapped out FOR YOU!
To give you a warm welcome, several establishments have joined the “Bienvenue Vélo” label, so that you can find all the comfort you need to make the most of our region and its riches.
They can be recognised by a sticker at the entrance and are located at most 5 km from a cycle network…
Places to charge your electric bike
- Champlon (Tenneville): Maison du Ski, Grande Rue 164
- Saint-Hubert: Place du Marché 15
- Sohier (Wellin): Laboratory of rural life
- Redu (Libin): Place de l’Esro 60
- Tellin: in front of the church
- Wellin: on the Grand Place
Mountain bike routes have been mapped out in several municipalities in the Saint-Hubert forest. They are on the IGN maps of local walks and can be downloaded.
In the commune of Libin: 3 circuits of 16, 20 and 30 km
In the commune of Saint-Hubert: 6 circuits of 12 to 30 km
In the town of Tellin: 1 circuit of 20.2 km
In the town of Tenneville: 2 circuits of 21 and 30.5 km
Ardenne Bike Tours
These unmarked routes proposed by the Maison de la Randonnée – GTA Belgique can be downloaded and vary from 15 to 48 km.
They go through the Great Forest of Saint-Hubert via Arville, Bras, Freux, Mirwart, the Monument of King Albert, Poix-Saint-Hubert, Remagne, Saint-Hubert and Wyompont.
Libramont-Chevigny's MTB loops
The old tramway that linked Wellin to Graide until 1958 has been rehabilitated to the delight of walkers and cyclists.
The Wellin – Daverdisse – Porcheresse RAVeL consists of three parts: a cycle path, a RAVeL and a PicVert. A total of 13 km starting from Rue Les Glaumonts in Neupont.
Thanks to the construction of the 11.4 km long route in the municipality of Libramont-Chevigny, it is now possible to go from Flohimont to Wideumont-Gare (direction Bastogne).
The route allows you to reach Libramont-Chevigny and Wiltz (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg) via Bastogne.
Starting point : industrial zone of Flohimont.
SAINT-HUBERT SLOW LANE NETWORK
This network links the centre of Saint-Hubert with the villages of Vesqueville and Hatrival.
It is made up of 4 routes with distances varying from 1.3 to 2.6 km.
VOIE LENTE - W7
This slow route links Libramont-Chevigny (starting from the town square in Libramont) to Tonny (Sainte Ode) via dedicated sections, village crossings and agricultural roads over approximately 20 km. It is an integral part of the regional long-distance route W7, which crosses the provinces of Liège and Luxembourg on a North-South axis.
This section, which is signposted, can be downloaded and is available at the Libramont-Chevigny Tourist Office.
Wellin, gateway to the Ardenne
The Wellin Tourist Office offers you 10 unmarked routes to discover the municipality, starting from: Sohier, Wellin or the Maria bridge.
The distances of these family and mountain bike routes vary from 7 to 44 km. They are available at the Tourist Office.
PHOTOS AERIENNES / IGN
CARTES MULTI-ECHELLES / IGN
TOP 25 IGN
CARTE DES PENTES (PLAN IGN)
CARTES AÉRONAUTIQUES OACI
CARTE 1950 / IGN
CARTE DE L'ETAT-MAJOR (1820-1866)
CARTES LITTORALES / SHOM/IGN
SCAN EXPRESS STANDARD / IGN
SCAN EXPRESS CLASSIQUE / IGN
OPEN STREET MAP
GOOGLE MAP - SATELLITE
GOOGLE MAP - PLAN
GOOGLE MAP - HYBRIDE
Promenade des Chapelles
After a walk through the surrounding countryside passing, in particular, the Champ des Bœufs where remarkable species such as the small rhinanthus or the centaury are found, you will arrive at the chapel of Notre-Dame de Haurt . This walk will take you to the calvary at the Croix Gloriette.
In the surroundings of Bâtis d'Haurt, the forests and paths are dotted with rare and protected plants: orchids, gentians, but also sweet wood, spikenard, oregano and wild thyme. Deer, foxes and even stoats live in this flora.
Numerous breeding birds, passerines and butterflies accompany you to the chapel Notre-Dame de Haurt. Built in the 18th century from clinker and sandstone, it consists of a two-bay nave lit by low keyed windows. During your visit, admire the axial pore, crowned by an oval oculus, also called a bull's eye. The chapel's slate roof has a charming bell tower at the front.At La Bouteille, discover the vast panorama of the Ardennes promontory to the south-south-west and, closer to home, of the limestone plain covered with cereal crops.The old castle of Bure, Saint-Lambert church and the village's fountains, described in the previous route (the Chemin de Bruyères), are also part of the municipality's remarkable heritage.
This signposted walk is included on the Tellin walking map, available for €6.50 at the Tellin Tourist Office and at the Maison du Tourisme de la Forêt de Saint-Hubert.
Signposting: yellow rectangular triangle