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This loop will take you between the Gileppe lake and Limbourg, one of the prettiest villages in Wallonia.

You will get to cycle on the Gileppe Lake dam, built in 1857 to secure water for the wool industry. Look out, nearby, for the impressive 13 meters high lion guarding it! The path then takes you through meadows lined with hedgerows in the Pays de Goé.

In the distance now appears a twisted bell tower, sculpted to resist the wind, often quite powerful by the Fagnes. Limbourg, built on a rocky outcrop, is now in sight. Continue through the Baelen pastures until you reach the lake again, 


Start / Finish: Gileppe parking, Route de la Gileppe 55A, Jalhay
Distance: 26 km
Difficulty: average
Markings: nodes

Click here to download the interactive map, description of the itinerary and the GPX file for this route.

Along the way


COVID : We do our best to inform you with the latest updates... Best, though, to check with the operator or lodging you have made a booking with before getting on the road. Please note that the Covid Safe Ticket (or health passport) is mandatory in Wallonia.  Infos

Before getting on the road, do contact the closest tourist office to your destination. If you are going to the Hautes Fagnes, please remember the number of visitors is limited each day. The Hautes Fagnes Tourist Office will give you the latest details. The Luxembourg and East Cantons Tourist Office will give you the ski slopes opening times. For additional skiing and winter sports information in Belgium, you can contact the East Contons Tourist Office.

This information is given for indication purposes only, best to check with the site you hope to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply by visiting their website.
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