In the heart of the Muno forest, in the Gaume region, lies an incredible nature reserve, which is home to a rather exceptional geological curiosity...
If you're looking for La Roche à L'Appel, you'll have to go to the edge of Lorraine, just a stone's throw from the French border. Here, in the heart of an immense forest range that stretches from Martelange (in Belgium) to Sedan (in France), a pile of enormous rocks has been built up over time, reaching a height of 360 metres. From the top, the view of the Ardennes forest is simply breathtaking! A sumptuous panorama where you can rest, take great photos and enjoy the nature all around you. In addition to its remarkable geological interest, the area is also extremely rich in biodiversity.
On the trail of the Forest Guardians
Walking along streams on the 2km forest footpaths to the Roche à l'Appel, you’ll see oak trees, beech trees and conifers. An immersive experience in a soothing natural setting where the only sounds you’ll hear are the chirping of birds or the rustling of surrounding fauna... And to make the walk even more magical if you are with children, "Luna and the Forest Guardians", an interactive game you can download, invites you to solve an investigation in the company of a fairy and a squirrel monk! Tempted by the adventure? There’s ample parking at the start of the walk and picnic tables available for use.
Copyright photos : Visit Gaume / Charlie & Billie 2022
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