Located at the crossroads of the provinces of Liège and Namur, Meeffe has been an important farming village for many centuries. There are many traces here of the Middle Ages, and even more distant times… But I’ll let you discover all that for yourself, during this treasure hunt.
We learn that in the 19th century, a new technology came to disrupt the villagers’ daily lives, as well as their way of getting around… It’s the vicinal. In other words, the first railroad. In fact, it’s from the old station that the tour begins, discovering Meeffe and its history. You’ll be able to leave your car in a parking lot opposite the playground.
From the very first moments, you’ll need to sweat your brains out and pay close attention, to solve the riddles and progress through the course. Don’t worry, it’s very accessible. To be honest, the only difficulty we encountered on the route was finding the date inscription on the Ferme du Prieuré… Either we were blinded by the sun, or it’s not really visible… In short, as it was for us, Google will be your friend for this answer.
You’ll have to solve the riddles one by one until you reach the treasure (a false treasure, it’s more a location), to be found thanks to geographical coordinates, decoded as you go along. Even if this totem pole is fictional, it’s still exhilarating to reach the end!