Go on an adventure in Kiischpelt and around Clervaux
The region is a land of endless adventures for lovers of hiking and outdoor sports. Here you will find perfectly marked and maintained routes, allowing, on the side, nature to live wildly in our game-filled forests.
You will have the chance to travel for kilometers without meeting, sometimes, other visitors of this nature of simple beauty.
But let's not forget the many cultural facets of the surroundings. Clervaux, famous City of the Image, will convince fans of photography, theater and heritage. Lellingen, closer, is famous for its artists' market as well.
And finally, the castles. They are numerous in the north of the country. From the discreet castle of Schuttbourg to the brilliant castle of Clervaux, without forgetting those of Bourscheid and Vianden, not far from there.
The Eislek trail is part of this now famous European Escap'Ardenne hike. From Kautenbach to La Roche-en-Ardenne, nearly 106 km await you, to be completed in 4 days.
These new quality tracks are to be discovered from the Rackésmillen. Discover the Eislek PAD Lellingen, Clervaux or Kautenbach. For a discovery of the Our valley, prefer the Eislek PAD Kalborn and Heinerscheid.
Stroll the streets of Clervaux through an artistic journey to the discovery of contemporary photographic exhibitions. These change regularly to give a new breath and a new look at the city. You will find 7 exhibition venues across the city.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Family of Man exhibition is a must on your visit to the region. Full of emotions, these photos traveled the world before landing in Clervaux, as their creator Edward Steichen wanted.
The beauty of this small typical village located at the confluence of 3 local rivers is known throughout the country. Its traditional character and its green surroundings attract many visitors each year, but especially in the spring when the narcissi come out and on June 23 for the Konstfestival.
The Robbesscheier Nature Discovery Center offers various workshops to discover nature and rural know-how. Creations of candles, rides in horse-drawn carriages, introduction to farriery, ceramics,... The Robbesscheier is open every day.