Here are some tips to help us preserve our natural treasures, as well as some safety tips 🙂
  • Respect nature, geological heritage, wildlife and plants; do not pick plants, flowers or fruit of any kind.
  • Please respect the traffic laws which apply to country paths as well as to public roads. You also need to follow all traffic interdictions and restrictions.
  • Walk on the pavement when there is one, if not walk on the left side of the road, facing the upcoming traffic.
  • Make sure that you are always clearly visible for drivers (wear light/bright colours).
  • Stay on the paths and follow the permanent or temporary signposting.
  • Please show the utmost respect for private property, do not enter before obtaining the owner’s prior permission.
  • When you meet other ramblers/people, please respect the rules of common courtesy at all times. Take the initiative, greet them!
  • Please be discreet, remember that noise can be a nuisance.
  • Don’t scare the field animals.
  • Keep dogs on a leash and under tight control.
  • It is strictly prohibited to light fires.
  • Don’t drop litter or dump rubbish.
  • During the hunting period, please make sure there is no ongoing hunt before setting off. You will find the hunting calendar with the dates per council on this website.
  • Remember to pack enough drinking water.
  • Wear proper walking shoes or sturdy boots.
  • Check out the weather forecast before heading out