This NGI map shows the entire network of nodal points in the Pays de Famenne region!
What does the ‘Famenne à Vélo’ paper map contain? > The nodal-points route covering 350 km that crosses the six communes of the Pays de Famenne region (Durbuy, Hotton, Marche-en-Famenne, Nassogne, Rochefort and Somme-Leuze). > Four themed loops, favourites and unmissables. Sports, historical, nature and family attractions circuits: there’s something for everyone! > La Dorsale: 74 km through the Pays de Famenne region from Houyet to Bomal > Useful addresses: bike repair or hire points, tourist information offices, etc.
The ‘pluses’ of the new map?
> Indication of the degree of difficulty of the loops
> Information on the type of ground surface
> Slopes and gradients indicated using chevrons
> Location of free car parks to start your ride
> Contact details of electric bike hirers
> Location of ‘favourite’ and ‘unmissable’ tourist attractions
Ten rides from 17 to 131 kilometres, devised by Pierre Pauquay, travel journalist, in an 80-page guide published by De Rouck / La Renaissance du Livre.
Available in bookshops since March 2016, in two versions (in French and Dutch), this guide book is on sale for € 12.90. The GPX files for the 10 rides can be downloaded here.
With its practical plastic pouch that can be attached to the handlebars, the roadbook is a great tool that details the four ‘Famenne à Vélo’ themed rides.
What does the roadbook contain?
Details of the four ‘Famenne à Vélo’ themed rides, including in particular:
> Maps and map zooms
> Free great ideas
> Information along the way, points of interest and tourist activities, restaurants and cafés, ‘Bikes Welcome’ accommodation, bike hire and repair points
In short, a roadbook with rides from 6 to 60 km and something to suit all tastes that you can take with you wherever you go by attaching the pouch to your bike!
Available in French or in Dutch.