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We did a short route through the rain but this one was beautiful!

Nice hike with moderate climbs, done in diverse aged group, carrying a baby. Clear paths and route is to be followed the majority of the time by the green windowshaped icons.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Nice walk at the beginning and end in the woods. The middle of the drive near the highway is long and much too noisy despite the beautiful scenery. Route well signposted and maintained.

Very nice walk especially at the beginning along the brook and the last third when we return in the woods

Very nice hike especially at the beginning when you walk along the creek and the last third when you return to the woods. the route is signposted: follow the blue rhombus.

Superb!

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6 months ago

1 star this thanks to all the forestry work they where doing muddy roads we also did not do the whole track The track itself was nice it is a good walk but the scenery is same same We also skipped out on the little town Mostly just a good walk 2 stars without the forestry work

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Tue Feb 21 2017

NEUTRAL MORESNET A historical trail in Belgium's region "Voerendaal" (Fouron" in French) with maximum height of 346 m and a minimum of 193 m or 153 m difference to conquer twice. Peace of cake. This round trip, mostly through a woodland, is close to Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) where you can spend the afternoon if you start early morning. Starting at "Drielandenpunt", a tripoint where Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands meet, going downhill along the German border to Neu-Moresnet and further to Kelmis, previously known as Moresnet and once an independent free state due to the zinc mines. In those days there was thus a “Vierlandenpunt” (quadripoint). See https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutraal_Moresnet?wprov=sfsi1 and http://historiek.net/misverstandje-moresnet-overleeft-bizarre-eeuw/58091/ ). From Kelmis the tour leads you, via the Moresnetterstrasse, rue de la Calmine (“Minestreet”) to Moresnet-Chapelle where via the Kalvariënberg / rue du Calvaire and the rue d’Aix back though the wooded hills to the starting point, where you can enjoy an after-walk too.

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Sat Nov 10 2018

on Neutral Moresnet

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Wed Oct 26 2016