The region around Malmedy and Robertville has become a household name for many because of its beautiful landscape, which offers numerous hiking opportunities in addition to rest and relaxation. Anyone who has been to East Belgium before knows that it is not an exaggeration to call this area a hiking paradise. More than 1000 km of hiking trails have been mapped out by the local tourist offices.
Numerous hiking trails depart from the campsite, including to the castle of Reinhardstein, Lake Robertville, Champagne, le barrage de Robertville, Waimes, etc. Good for days of hiking fun! Upon arrival at our campsite, you will receive a number of beautiful walking routes.

The High Fens

The High Fens has a very extensive hiking network and located only 5km from our campsite at an altitude of 535m, you are at the highest point of Belgium, ‘Le signal de Botrange’ with an altitude of 697m from which numerous walks start straight through Belgium’s most beautiful nature area
Nordic Walking, at the top of the village of Schönberg, towards Meyerode is the starting point for 4 different Nordic Walking routes. There is an easy route of 5.3 km, 2 intermediate routes of 8 and 9 km and a difficult route of 14.5 km. The circular walks all return to the starting point.
For avid hikers, there is the beautiful tour of the “Vallée de la Warche”. The walk takes (with starting point and arrival from the campsite) about 6 hours. The way there runs in the valley along the river “de Warche” and the way back you walk ‘along the top’ with beautiful views.

Nature trail in Heppenbach

Nature trail in Heppenbach (14 km): educational, marked walk in the woods in which children can make all kinds of interesting and fun discoveries about nature in a playful way. There are also a few artistic objects on display, again with the intention of learning something from them. Almost the entire course is provided with signs in three languages ​​(nl/dui/fr). The route takes about 1 ½ hours (easy walking).

Center Nature Botrange

Center Nature Botrange with a permanent exhibition about the origin of the High Fens, guided walks through the woods, heaths and moors where various components such as water, fauna and flora are treated. On the High Fens, at “Mont Rigi” there is also a “learning path”, the largest part of this route runs over wooden platforms and is also suitable for prams and wheelchairs. The route is 2.5 km long, more information can be found at www.botrange.be.

Plenty of beautiful viewpoints in the area!