The Saint-Hubert church, in the center of the village of Baisy-Thy, is the starting point of this country walk. The church houses a white marble monument in memory of the valiant Godfroid de Bouillon who, according to some sources, was born in the region. The walk takes you through the fields and makes you discover, among other things, the recently transformed Bois-Saint-Jean Farm, which houses an important lapidary collection, including the Ways pillory. At the end of the walk, take shelter, like the emperor, in front of the Sainte-Anne chapel. A popular legend says that in 1815 Napoleon sheltered there from the rain to watch his troops march towards Waterloo.
Estimated time : 1h45
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The Thematic Tours and Maps are available at the Relais du Visiteur. Adress: rue de Bruxelles 38, 1470 Genappe.
Total climbing: 55 m