- Nature reserve
The Hautes Fagnes Nature Park, in the Eastern part of Belgium, is the oldest nature reserve in the country. This high plateau extends beyond the German border and is divided in six natural zones, 4 of being in Wallonia.
North West of the park is the lowest part of the Fagnes region, characterised by its forests and grazing meadows for dairy cows. The nearby Hautes-Fagnes, further on, are a quite unique peatland area in Europe. A little more South is the Haute Eiffel with its wooded hills and the picturesque Our valley.