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  • 1 Nature Reserve

    Nature and gardens

    B - 4700 Hautes Fagnes

    The 4 200-ha Réserve Naturelle Domaniale des Hautes Fagnes was created in 1957 to protect local fauna, flora, soil and landscape. Most peat bogs lie within its boundaries. Though the plateau is not very high, its harsh climate enables the spread or b..

  • 2 Hautes Fagnes-Eifel Nature Reserve

    Nature and gardens

    N68 B - 4700 Hautes Fagnes

    Since 1971 the Hautes Fagnes Nature Reserve has been part of this park, which also includes the Robertville, Bügenbach, Gileppe and Eupen lakes, and the Our and Eifel valleys. It ajoins the German Nordeifel Nature Park. Together they form the Deutsch..

  • 3 Botrange Nature Centre

    Museums and art

    131 rte de Botrange B - 4950 Robertville

    A vast, well-lit, warm building in pale wood greets visitors to the Hautes Fagnes. It offers tourist information, exhibitions, audio-visual presentations and a bookshop all devoted to Belgium's highest region.

  • 4 Signal de Botrange

    Nature and gardens

    B - 4700 Hautes Fagnes

    This is Belgium's highest peak (694m). Together with the Baraque-Michel station, it lies in the middle of this convex plateau of wild, marshy land, dotted with shaggy tufts of cotton grass. The top of the tower offers a fine panorama. On a clear day,..

  • 5 Nature Trail

    Nature and gardens

    B - 4700 Hautes Fagnes

    This pleasant walk follows boarding over the peat bogs and enables to appreciate the vastness of the landscape. Hikers can also see local birds and plants (rowans, bilberry bushes, heather, birches, conifers) close up.

  • 6 Baraque Michel

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B - 4700 Hautes Fagnes

    This is a land-surveying station (1886-1888), at an altitude of 675 m, near the Signal de Botrange. Liège University has set up a scientific station on the nearby Mont Rigi.

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