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Stroll in Moha

In love with her village, Camille from the blog “The Pretty Getaways” takes you on a walk to discover Moha, in the heart of the Burdinale Mehaigne Nature Park. Although she’s lived in this pretty village for over 15 years, it’s only recently that she’s learned to observe and explore it from top to bottom to discover all its facets.

picture-52-1612798407.jpgAu fi de nos découvertes
Au fil de nos découvertes



Discovering the Bruyères and Taillis districts

With its limestone valley, the ruins of the feudal castle, the Mehaigne river and its local stone houses, Moha has that little something you just can’t get enough of!

To discover its beauty, there is of course the Promenade de la Pierre, a 7 km itinerary between Moha and Huccorgne, whose reputation is well established. It’s undoubtedly one of the Terres-de-Meuse itineraries that got the most buzz on social networks during the lockdown.

Today, I’d like to propose a new itinerary featuring some of my favorite spots in the village. This 6 km walk will take you, starting from Place Jules Galloy, through the Bruyères and Taillis districts, passing through fields, woods and secret paths (including for some Mohatois).”

The walk in a few lines line:

  • Distance: loop of +/- 6 km
  • Duration: 1h45
  • Start: Place Jules Galloy, 4520 Wanze
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Suitable for children

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