Discover my selection of must-sees in Terres-de-Meuse
– This very easy circuit is made up of several small interlocking loops. No need for signposts. If you always turn right at each junction, you’ll be right back where you started.
– The walk takes you along landscaped paths and duckboards in the heart of a wetland of great biological interest. The route on these wooden pontoons, detours to platforms overlooking ponds full of life, the croaking of frogs and the “jungle” aspect of the route will delight the little ones.
– For the older ones, it’s a plunge into an area of wild nature among dragonflies, birds, frogs and a very colorful flora in June-July. You’ll pass through environments bursting with life, such as reedbeds and wet forests.
– Educational panels are scattered throughout the site, explaining the secrets of wetlands to young and old alike.
– The site can be borrowed with a “4X4”-style baby carriage.
– Due to recurrent drought in recent years and a natural tendency for trees to recolonize, the site is gradually closing in, at the expense of the spectacular blooms of the open environments and reed beds. Some of the paths are part of the Province of Liège’s “points-nœuds” network, and are used by cyclists who sometimes drive a little too fast. Be careful with children!