Departing from Marche-les-Dames station, this walk takes you on a 6.5 km loop.
You can soon admire the former Château d’Arenberg, owned by the Belgian army since the end of the Second World War and now part of the para-commando headquarters.
Next, you can see the Abbaye Notre-Dame du Vivier, a listed Cistercian monastery currently undergoing renovation. You can also take advantage of the many viewpoints over the valley as you wind your way along the wooded path.
The return journey takes you along the (very busy!) road alongside the Meuse and the rocks above it, in particular the King Albert rock.