Belgium is one of the smallest countries in Western Europe, and although it doesn’t have major mountains, it has a wide variety of rock climbing spots to enjoy! Most of the country’s high quality limestone walls are located in the southern region of Wallonia. The Meuse Valley is one of the top destinations with places like the Freyr massif, the largest in the country, boasting more than 600 routes. The Aiguilles de Chaleux in the Less Valley is another outstanding location. There’s a wide variety of single-pitch and multi-pitch routes in Belgium, with options for all levels. Whether you are just a beginner or an experienced climber, head to Namur or Dinant and discover a climbing paradise in this small and charming country.
Squeezed into France, Germany and the Netherlands, Belgium is a tiny and beautiful country, with many hidden treasures to be discovered and a unique mix of cultural attractions and outdoor adventures. From forest-edged kayaking rivers, to sandy North Sea beaches, unique architecture and ancient castles, superb museums and galleries Belgium is also a land of contrasts. A great part of the French-speaking and hilly Wallonia is deeply rural, and you will find most of the historic cities in the flat Dutch-speaking Flanders region.
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