The RAVel is a network of routes for gentle forms of transport, and is reserved for walkers, cyclists, horse-riders and people with reduced mobility. These paths mainly follow the routes of disused railway lines, enabling you to criss-cross Wallonia in peace and quiet, while discovering magnificent scenery!
Info : http://ravel.wallonie.be
RAVeL L163 Gouvy-Bourcy-Bastogne (30 km)
RAVeL L613 Bourcy-Houffalize (10 km)
Départ: Haie de Bellain - 6670 GOUVY
GPS: Lat. 50.17162 - Long. 5.95976.
Asphalt path 30 km long out in the countryside which you can walk or cycle. The Ravel L163 follows the disused Gouvy-Bastogne railway line. Starting point is the place known as 'Sur la Haie de Bellain', map available on www.gouvy.eu and in our offices. Accessible for people with reduced mobility.
RAVeL L45 Trois-Ponts-Waimes (20 km)
RAVeL L45 A Waimes-Bullange (25 km)
Départ: Route de Trois-Ponts - 4982 TROIS-PONTS
GPS: Lat. 50.37609 - Long. 5.87633
On this 45-km route from west to east, you cross the major part of the former Principality of Stavelot-Malmédy. An example of the diversity to be found in Wallonia, this walk is a great way to enter Belgium's Eastern Cantons and visit the youngest part of the country. Accessible for horse-riders.
Pré-RAVeL L47 A Vielsalm-Poteau (10 km)
Départ: Rue Jean Bertholet 3 - 6690 VIELSALM
GPS: Lat.50.28944 - Long. 5.91534
In Vielsalm, a cycle and walking path along the pre-RAVel route takes you to Ville-du-Bois, Petit-Thier and Poteau. In future, it will be connected to Recht and to Boen, a village on the Vennbahn long-distance cycle route.