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The Genappe mountain bike trail | Cycling trails in Wallonia

  • Aerial view of the Lion's Mound in Braine l'Alleud (Waterloo)
  • Mountain bike ride

This 27-km bike ride will take you through the superb countryside near Brussels, lined with forests and crossed by the Dyle river.

Many attraction, restaurants, lodgings in the region are part of the Bikes Welcome program.

Nature is very present from the start, in Baisy-Thy. Cycle through the Tassenière forest, which features a wide range of trees, including
3 beeches and an oak - all over a hundred years old.

Further on, you will get to the pretty chapel of Try-au-Chêne. You are now in the Brabant countryside near Bousval with quite varied landscapes. Cycle down to the village, through which the Dyle flows. The path then goes up to reach the Thy forest.

These paths, well designed, alternates hills, slopes and vales. A steep incline brings you to the Glabais ponds. Take the fording and you are now in the village with its picturesque, charming atmosphere. A last hill will bring you back to Hattain, concluding this challenging trail.

Good to know

Love history and culture? Walk or cycle the Waterloo 1815 trail, a 14-km itinerary theme on the famous battle.

Practical information

Type of road

Forest and countryside paths.

Type of bike

Mountain bike

Difficulty

27 km - a trail alternating easy and challenging roads. Be careful when crossing the Nationales.

Children

From 15 y.o.

Start

From the Place d’Hattain, in Baisy-Thy, take the Rue Saint-Roch.

Signs

Follow the mountain bike signs (blue cycles and triangles)

Parking

From the Place d’Hattain, in Baisy-Thy.


Information on the walk

Difficulty

Medium

Length

Minimum distance27 Km

Duration

Minimum duration3:00
The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.