Explore the most popular trails in Tripoint BE-DE-NL with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

I walked a short amount of this trail near the tripoint area. It was an easy walk, though some places had a decent incline. What I walked was not difficult - plenty of people come here to explore the area.

10 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

This trail doesn't withholds you from the beautiful views this landscape has to offer.

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.

on Neutral Moresnet

Wed May 09 2018