To explore the Ardennes, there’s no better way to do it than by following the course of the Meuse. The river traverses the Ardennes and winds through the valley, getting narrower and narrower, and more and more beautiful.
Whether you opt for a stroll along the Meuse, a trip aboard a boat or barge, or follow the river’s course on a long Meuse hike, along the Voie Verte des Ardennes (Trans’Ardenne), you’ll enjoy unique landscapes and unusual viewpoints.

Explore the Voie Verte des Ardennes

Incidentally, the Voie Verte des Ardennes is adored by cycling fans, on account of its 80 kilometres of managed paths specially for cyclists, but also for hikers or roller-skate enthusiasts. Don’t be afraid to scale the Valley’s heights during your Meuse trip: the panorama from there is breathtaking and you’ll have an unobstructed view of the magical landscapes formed by the meanders.

A trip along the Meuse

Once you’ve decided to set out on a trip along the Meuse, remember that you have numerous solutions open to you. From the more sporty (canoe/kayak/jet ski) to the more sedate (cruise or barge), there’s something for all tastes. Numerous stop-offs will be possible as you make your way along, at Givet, Revin or Haybes, for example.