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    Walking in the Ardennes: Belgium, Luxembourg and the Ardennes

    £16.95
    Walking in the Ardennes covers 32 day walks between 2 and 24km and one multi-stage route, the Sentier du Nord. The Ardennes region in southern Belgium overlaps into Luxembourg and France and features rolling hills, deep valleys, rivers and wide reaches of forest. Walks take in WW2 battlefields, medieval castles, towns and villages.
    ISBN: 9781852846862
    AuthorJeff Williams
    Pub Date06/06/2014
    BindingPaperback
    Pages224
    Availability: In Stock

    This guidebook contains detailed route descriptions of 32 varied day walks and one 68km trek (split into 6 stages) in the Ardennes, situated mostly in Belgium and spreading over the borders of France and Luxembourg. The day walks range from 2km to 24km, and the trek can be split into manageable stages, varying from 8km to 20km.

    The walks can be completed by anyone with comfortable hiking boots. This comprehensive guidebook fits into a jacket pocket or rucksack, and contains information on the history of the Ardennes, where to stay, what to take and more, with custom-maps given for each walk. These beautiful and historic walks are manageable all year round, with June and September being the best time to go. Plenty of history and nature is on hand, including relics and museums of the WWII Battle of the Bulge, medieval castles, and beech and oak-forested hills.

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    This guidebook contains detailed route descriptions of 32 varied day walks and one 68km trek (split into 6 stages) in the Ardennes, situated mostly in Belgium and spreading over the borders of France and Luxembourg. The day walks range from 2km to 24km, and the trek can be split into manageable stages, varying from 8km to 20km.

    The walks can be completed by anyone with comfortable hiking boots. This comprehensive guidebook fits into a jacket pocket or rucksack, and contains information on the history of the Ardennes, where to stay, what to take and more, with custom-maps given for each walk. These beautiful and historic walks are manageable all year round, with June and September being the best time to go. Plenty of history and nature is on hand, including relics and museums of the WWII Battle of the Bulge, medieval castles, and beech and oak-forested hills.