Arrive into Maastricht, and meet us where we have arranged a refreshments and Limburg pie for you before you get saddled up and start your ride. Today you will ride from from Maastricht to Liège...Show More
You will spend time on the safe cycling lane that follows the the Meuse river. You will then follow the John Cockerill railway out of Liège. We recommend stopping at Val St. Lambert crysta...Show More
Today is a full day covering 80km but if you prefer not to do that, you can shorten it by taking the train from Namur to Dinant, which reduces the day by 30km.The 80 km challenge takes you to the...Show More
Today you will ride all day on the Voie Verte Trans-Ardennes, along the Meuse River. One of the nicest stops today is the quaint town of Monthermé where you can enjoy a rest from your cycli...Show More
A picturesque landscape awaits you today as you cycle to Sedan, famous for the larges castle in Europe. This is the point at which you leave the Meuse Route and after a lunch break you will start...Show More
You will have a short climb out of Bouillon and then a fairly steep couple of hills up to the village of Cugnon. To reward your climbing efforts, enjoy coffee and apple cake in Hotel des Roches. ...Show More
Your ride will take you through one of the most beautiful pasrts of the cycling network south of Gouvy, and into Luxembourg. You will ride through slightly undulating Luxembourg terrain on quiet ...Show More
You will ride on the excellent bike lane between Sankt-Vith and Waimes. From there, head towards the Ardennes-Eiffel Nature Park, stopping off in Montenau and Sourbrodt. Kalterherberg is a good s...Show More
Today is your last day on the bike and you will head back from Monschau to the Vennbahn rail trail. We recommend a visit to Kornelimünster and then after a long descent you will reach Aachen, on...Show More
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before departing for your homeward travel.
Your ride across 5 countries takes in similar scenery given the proximity of each country. You can be assured of relatively flat riding except for a couple of isolated hills through Germany and Luxembourg.
Again given the proximity of each country to one another, there is very little variation in the climate. The best period to travel is late Spring to early autumn.