We’ll start our trip in Wiltz, where we’ll all meet and spend the evening in our first hotel.
After breakfast, we’ll take a short train from Wiltz to Kautenbach. We’ll begin our hike with a steep slope and traverse valleys and villages such as Wilwerwiltz and Enscherange. We’ll finish up the day in Clervaux town.
We’ll follow the creek from Clervaux, upstream, covering a vast ecological restoration area to the Beischend forest. We’ll pass war memorials and take in views around Troisvierges and Sassel. Finally, we’ll follow the valley of the brook Troine to it’s source-the mill of Asselborn. We’ll finish up the day there.
First, we’ll cross valleys and natural and protected areas. One particular highlight includes Hoffelt, near the remains of the canal between Meuse and Moselle. We’ll then cross over into Belgium and we’ll explore picturesque villages and forests. After five hours of walking, our day will end in the city of Houffalize.
On our penultimate day, we’ll leave Houffalize and quickly return to the forest before arriving at the valley of Nabiselle. Later than day, we’ll reach the Nisramont Dam. We’ll end our day in Nadrin.
On the last day, we’ll explore the Celtic site of Chesle as we make our way to our final destination La Roche-en-Ardenne. As we hike, we’ll pass through the village of Bérismenil, the small hamlet of Maboge and Borzée. Our trip will end in La Roche-en-Ardenne.
|12/07/2020 to 17/07/2020|
|02/08/2020 to 07/08/2020|
|06/09/2020 to 11/09/2020|
For this trip, you will need both a backpack to be worn during the walk of about 30-40 litres and a travel bag with a padlock, flexible and solid 15 kg maximum, preferably with a side zipper for easy access to hold the rest of your belongings.
We recommend you bring the following items:
- A cap or a hat
- Sunglasses (index 3 minimum, 4 for the high mountains)
- A rain cape
- Breathable underwear (quick drying)
- A waterproof and breathable Goretex jacket
- A pair of gloves
- Detachable trousers at mid-leg
- Thermal tights (depending on the season)
- A swimsuit
- Spare clothes
- Walking socks
- A pair of sandals
- A pair of waterproof hiking boots
- A pair of spare laces
- A toilet bag and a towel
- A gourd (or water pouch gourd, pipette)
- Wet towels type wipes
- Toilet paper
- A pocket knife (pack in your hold luggage)
- Some plastic bags to protect your belongings
- A needle and thread
- walking sticks.
- Survival blanket
- Travel books
- Disposable lenses or emergency glasses
- A headlamp and batteries
- A bag of dirty clothes to separate with clean linen
- Anti-theft pouch and documents
- Passport (or identity card)
- Visa according to the country
- Certificate of any vaccinations and medical indications
- Currencies, credit card
- Assistance and insurance contract
- Personal papers
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