Hiking meets local food


Different levels

In order to appeal to a wide range of people and to show the potential of Clervaux as a walking destination, we organise hikes with different levels of "difficulty". In fact, it is a question of proposing routes of different distances, of different paces as well.

Level 1: Hike and relax

Distance: 5 to 7km at a slower pace. Our guides take the time to explain to you the cultural heritage of the town of Clervaux.

Level 2: Discovery hike

Distance: 8 to 10 km. A walk accessible to all types of hikers.

Level 3: Healthy hike

Distance: 10 to 15 km. A walk at a slightly faster pace. For hikers who are used to walk this type of distance.

Level 4: Sporty hike

Distance: 15 to 20 km. A faster pace for experienced walkers.

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Our restaurants

After the walk, you are invited for a 3-course meal which will showcase regional recipes and products. Meal time is approximately 1h30. During the meal, please note that drinks will be at your expense. 

All our restaurateurs are committed to making you enjoy the best of what the region has to offer in terms of local products and regional recipes. If you have any requests regarding the menu on offer, please let us know when you register and not when you arrive.



Registration closes 48 hours before the event! Registered participants will be contacted by the Tourist Center to confirm their participation. 

 > This price includes a snack at the start, guiding and the  meal. Drinks are not included. The total amount must be paid directly to the restaurant at the end of the meal.

Please book via or +352 92 00 72. When booking, please indicate the number of people (Adults + Children), the date chosen, your spoken and understood language, the choice of menu (if any) and a contact telephone number in case of changes.  We will confirm your registration within the day.

Or via the Booking Form

Le Parc Naturel de l'Our, partner of the event

The Nature Park "Our", officially created in 2005, is located in the North-East of Luxembourg and has a common border with Germany and Belgium.

11 districts with 21.000 inhabitants and a total area of 420 km² create a platform for the sustainable development of the region. Other objectives relate to economic development in harmony with the natural wealth of the region and the quality of life of its inhabitants.