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A walk along in the Ninglinspo valley

  • Walking or hiking

Near Aywaille, in the Amblève basin, erosion sculpted wild valleys through which flows on of the country's most poetic stream, the Ninglinspo. This fantastic walk will guide you along the torrent, quite unique in Belgium.

Discover this valley, sprinkled with giant rocks, natural slides and intriguing cauldrons created by the force of water through time. The Ninglinspo tumbles from a canyon, going from a 400 m to 150 m in altitude at its confluence. The slope (almost 7.5% in gradient) gives it a torrential look...

Practical information


Start: Sedoz parking (near Remouchamps)
Duration: 2h45
Distance: 6 km
Level: Average
Signs: Blue rectangle

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The walk

The many wooden bridges along the way invite you to go from one bank to another, making the most of the terrain. The setting itself is enchanting: succession of small waterfalls, crystal clear water, swirls, cauldrons big enough to be compared to baths...

In the area

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If you were to draw a straight line on an atlas northward from the Massif Central in France to the North Pole, the only area of high ground the line crosses is the Ardennes, shared between Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany – but mainly belonging to Wallonia, the southern part of Belgium!

 

 

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Difficulty

Medium

Length

Minimum distance6 Km
Maximum distance6.2 Km
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