picto-description 4 – ROBERTVILLE – AMERMONT

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Camping La Plage (Route des Bains, 33 – 4950 WAIMES)
21.50 km
317 m
523 m

Robertville Lake. Three kilometres long, 300 metres wide, a reservoir of 8 million m³ of water. This water and energy reserve is also a tourist venue frequented by followers of water sports (swimming, canoeing and fishing). Besides the Baths, built on the banks of the lake, many hotels, camping sites and local produce businesses are right next to the site.

Generally through woodland, you first follow the Bayehon then the Warche and then you cross Malmedy and follow the Spa-Francorchamps racing circuit.


picto-description 5 – AMERMONT – COO

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Amermont (Chemin d’Amermont – 4970 STAVELOT)
18 km
236 m
504 m
After crossing Stavelot, you reach the top of the Montagne de l’Ancre and then carry on down to the lower lake of the Cascade de Coo.

picto-description 6 – COO – TARGNON

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Coo (Chemin des Faravennes, 4 – 4970 STAVELOT)
20.70 km
329 m
503 m

After an energetic start, up to the higher lake, the descent to Amblève takes you to one of the hot spots of the Battle of the Ardennes, the village of la Gleize, to then follow the Amblève to your destination.


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