Hiking loops for families

Ideal for family outings during your visit to Clervaux, these loop walks are all between 4km and 9km long. Even if the area is quite hilly, these walks are accessible to all types of ramblers.

The map of the walks is available at the Tourist Office and it is possible to download the GPX routes here.

1. Pram path

Departure: Market Square, Clervaux

Distance: 2.5 km in a loop 

This walk has been specially designed to be taken with a pram. Starting from the town centre, follow the river Clerve and continue gradually through the valley.

Signposting: Purple logo with a white pushchair. 

2. Auto-pédestre in Clervaux

Starting point: Market Square, Clervaux

Distance: 7.46 km

This is the typical Clervaux hike, which takes you up towards Reuler through the park to observe the beautiful panorama of the village. Then you will walk back down into the Clerve valley to the Abbey Saint-Mauritius and back to the starting point. 

Signposting: Blue flag on a white background mentioning the number 1.

Lien GPX

3. Clervaux up and down

Starting point: Place du Marché, Clervaux

Distance: 8.7 km

Sporty but totally accessible loop of 8.7km including 2 climbs of almost 200 metres of difference in altitude as well as 2 beautiful descents to the valley. The walk passes by the Abbey of Saint-Maurice and continues through the rural landscapes around Eselborn, then Mecher.

Signposting: Route B, on a white and blue background.

4. Heinerscheid and the Our's valley

Starting point: Town hall

Distance: 7,8km

A weel appreciated loop that offers amazing landscapes over the river Our. 

Signposting: Black B over a blue and white backround.

5. Pastoral walk from Heinerscheid

Starting point : Town hall, Heinerscheid

Distance: 8,9km

Hiking loop through the beautiful countryside to Kalborn and then down to the valley of the river Our. In the middle of the walk, don't miss the Bourglay viewpoint on the Kaalbermillen. 

Signposting: Black C over a blue and white background. 

 

"A man who doesn't walk leaves no traces"

(Georges Wolinski)

6. Autopedestre in Munshausen

Starting point: Chapelle du Brill, Munshausen

Distance: 8,6km

You go down to the Lamichtsbaach through a narrow valley. You then follow the stream, cross Siebenaler and climb up to the Bëlzknapp. You then take the international "Ardennes-Eifel Trail" which takes you just before Drauffelt. You walk up the Irbich river and back to the starting point.

Signposting: Blue flag on a white background, with a "1". 

Lien GPX

7. Auto-pedestre in Roder

Starting point: Roder's church.

Distance: 7,6km

A lovely walk through fields and woods to the Kënzelbaach, which you cross and then take a shady forest path that climbs to the top of the Kaasselbierg. The Kaasselslee viewpoint, the Our valley and the German border are all there.

Signposting: Blue flag on a white background, with a 1.

Lien GPX

8. Lieler (5km)

Starting point: Place Griffin, Lieler

Distance: 5.3km

Short and pleasant walk until the Our's river and the German border, through the Grotto of the Holy Virgin (1955).

Signposting: Black A on a blue and white background.

9. 3-borders' walk

Starting point: Place Griffin, Lieler

Distance: 7.8 km

This pastoral hike leads you until the 3 borders (Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany) and until the famous monument built to celebrate the united Europe. The majority of the walk follows the German border in the forest. 

Signposting: Black R on a white and blue flag.