Do go chasing waterfalls on this 12.6km hike through the stunning nature of Malmedy.
You’ll feel like you fell right into a Hans Christian Andersen fairy-trail (geddit?) as you make your way through valleys and moors and past rivers and waterfalls. Starting from the mill in the village, after a steep descent you’ll be walking along the river Bayehon which forms one of East Belgium’s most beautiful landscapes. Climb the hill and listen to the roar from the impressive Cascade du Bayehon before it comes into view. This is probably the reason you did the hike so go ahead and take your photos, but it’s not over yet.
The trail continues on past fir trees and through the moor, all the way towards the sources of the Bayehon itself with the noise of the waterfall a distant memory as you arrive at Fagne de Setay. The cascade is by all means the cherry on top of this hike (the fact it’s named after it is our first clue) but the changing character of the plateau and trail itself is definitely something to remember.