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Hiking along the river, passing by small waterfalls and bridges.. Watch the video to see what it’s like!

This is not ideal for toddlers, as a part of the path is rocky and you need to hold a rope. A good carrier might be helpful. This is definitely not stroller friendly either. It is a perfect adventure for kids 4+ years old (you know your kid best, check out the video to decide if it’s something they would be able to do)

The playground is very small and old, but it is a small reward for kids at the end of the hike

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*This hike is 9.1km long according to the Tourism Office of East Belgium, but only 4.8km according to the sign at the start (or 7.2km, if we believe the guy that corrected the sign with a marker)
*This hike is signposted, follow the blue sign

*Here is the link to the trail from the Tourism office of East Belgium
*It can get pretty muddy, wear appropriate shoes
*Not wheelchair friendly, not stroller friendly. Best to get a carrier with you, if you are going with very young kids, as you need to walk on rocks and hold a rope at some point. Other than this point, the rest of the trail is easy
*The restaurant has been closed for a few months, hopefully it will reopen at some point
*Parking: at the start of the trail


This is near the Hautes Fagnes, a beautiful nature reserve throughout the year – particularly in winter. Here are some places to visit with kids and tips on restaurants and playgrounds. Also there are many activities to do around this area in the post, from castles to hikes and to poney riding

Hautes Fagnes

Here are practical tips, kids friendly restaurants, playgrounds and activities to make the most out of your family visit at Hautes Fagnes


About 1.5 hour drive from Schuman, Brussels (or about 3 hours by public transport)

Malmedy – Ferme Libert
Rte de la Frm Libert 33, 4960 Malmedy

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All places mentioned above are also gathered on the map!
Indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/ restaurants, hotels and more all under separate layers

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