Promenade n° 8 : Porte Aïve

Datum: 08/11/2019

When leaving the Tourist Office, go left and walk along the reach of the Ourthe. Pass in front of the Moulin * Faber and head towards the Command'Rie restaurant. After passing the restaurant, take a very narrow path on the right, surrounded by vegetation. Pass at the foot of the rocks of Renissart. Classified and very busy climbing site. The remains of the Tî-Château * Roman camp are at the top of these rocks (see below). At the foot of the Rocks, "Y" on the left, take a path that climbs rapidly into the woods. At the top of the hill, go left until you reach a small rest and picnic area. Go right and cross young deciduous woods, where you can see many maple trees. We pass on the Roman site of Tî-Château *. When you reach the spruce wood, go right. Next "Y", left. Then "T" on the right. Long straight line in mixed woods. The path then winds for a long time through the young deciduous trees. (If you want to discover the Neolithic Cave of Porte Aïve, turn right into the undergrowth at the “Porte Aïve” marker. The passage is quite muddy in wet weather. Then, the path descends steeply towards the cave. Then retrace your steps to resume the walk. If you take this walk in spring, you will discover columbines and wild orchids alongside the path. You join the N807 which connects Soy to Hotton . Cross diagonally in the direction of de Soy (watch out for traffic!) and go back into the woods. At the end of the path, take the road which goes down to the village of Ny * on the left. "T" on the left and directly on the right, take the small path for pedestrians to reach your starting point.

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