From Dinant to Namur
- Distance : 28.10 km
- Coating : Bitumen
- Difficulty level : Easy
- Partner : Fédération du Tourisme de la Province de Namur
Between Dinant and the lock of La Plante in Namur, the Meuse cycleroute is common with the regional route n ° 5 - Givet (F) - Hoegaarden.
Shortly after leaving Dinant, at the Bouvignes lock, the Maas cycle route joins the route EV5. Either you continue on the Meuse cycle route, and the EV5 in the direction of Namur, either you cross the lock and follow the EV5 in the direction of Ciney.
At Anhee, you may connect to the RAVeL150 (the Molignée Valley) in the direction of Maredsous, Fosses-la-Ville and the Valley of the river Sambre. The line 150 is part of the regional route n ° 4 - Roubaix (F) - Anhee.
In Namur you will have connections to the regional and international routes EV3 and EV5 n°5 - Givet (F) - Hoegaarden and n°6 - Chaudfontaine.
About the step
At the foot of the citadel, on the banks of the Maas, the town of Copères (in the Dinant region) will tickle your taste buds and invite you to taste its famous "couques" pastries or to take a boat trip. Further on towards Namur, several hectares of vines line the valley opposite the little medieval village of Bouvignes.
Just before Anhée you can admire the ruins of the feudal castle of Poilvache, which towers over the Maas on its rocky promontory.You then enter the most beautiful part of the countryside - the Maas Valley - with its numerous cliffs and sumptuous settings such as the famous gardens of Annevoie. You will pass through the village of Wépion, famous throughout the world for its strawberries.
At the entrance to Namur, you can enjoy the view over the fortifications of the imposing Namur Citadel - you have arrived in the Wallonian capital