All walks start at 1 p.m. and take about 2 hours. Of course, as always, they are subject to change in the weather. So please check here on the blog before you head out to ensure that the walk leader has not made any last minute adjustments to her plans.
Sturdy shoes are recommended. Several walkers find trekking poles useful, particularly if the paths are wet or muddy. Dogs on leads are welcome on our walks. Where forest/parkland zoning rules allow, you may take off the lead, with the agreement of the walk leader, but the dog must be well behaved and stay close to its owner.
Many thanks to Ingrid, Isobel, Joan and Liz for leading a walk in October and especially to Alyane for hosting our annual Charity Walk and Lunch
Beware: the Walking group Christmas lunch is planned for December 7
Friday 2nd November: Paulette’s walk at Château de la Hulpe from the back entrance
Monday 5th November: Joan's walk in Tervueren from Gordaallaan
Friday 9th November: Joan and Liz's walk in Rouge Cloître from under the E411
Monday 12th November: Paulette’s walk in Bois de la Cambre
Friday 16th November: Paulette’s walk in Alsemberg
Monday 19th November: Change:Mona's walk in Jesus Eik from Kapucijnen Dreef
Friday 23rd November: Kyung-Sook's walk in Rouge-Cloître from under the E411
Monday 26th November: Paulette’s walk in the Forêt de Soignes from rue Nisard
Friday 30th November: Liz's walk in Tervueren from Gordaallaan