The trail Theux (Red) has a distance of 57.7 km and an elevation gain of 1447 meters.
Etiënne rode this trail on 02-08-2021 on a Cube Stereo 120 Race (Full Suspension)
As indicated in previous experiences: a good condition is certainly required here. Due to the flooding of recent times, several paths have been severely affected by the flowing water. This has created deep gullies, but you can certainly cycle along here. Many tough climbs with large and sharp stones, also in the descents many stones and gullies (created by the large amount of water). With a gravel bike you have little to do on this route. Views of the area are fantastic. Make sure you have enough spare material (Inner tubes, tire repair kit, etc.) and enjoy a beautiful and challenging route. Even after the flooding, this route is still fine to drive!
Bastien rode this trail on 02-04-2021
Error on the route from kilometer 5.19 In fact, the route makes us continue to the right on the road, but the original signage takes us to a path on the right. Is it possible to submit the corrected route to you?
Steven rode this trail on 24-07-2020 on a Canyon neuron al7
Nice route, few very steep climbs at (18%) and aventoe a nice narrow descent with stones. For the rest, wide gravel paths. Very varied route with many altimeters, given the distance. Condition required anyway. Be sure to bring a GPS along with the route, otherwise guaranteed lost driving
Damian rode this trail on 07-06-2020
Great track with really dirty and painfull climbs. Average to good condition is required. Some descends are really nice and are only sketchy is you are willing to go fast, otherwise not too difficult. Great views too!
Mtb for life rode this trail on 28-12-2019 on a Specialized chisel expert 29
Beautiful environment only very wet and slippery climbing and descending condition must be good
leon bussel rode this trail on 03-11-2019 on a Scott spark pro team
The red route still remains my favorite think of a GPS because it can be difficult to find the route signs or sometimes they are just gone. On to the next time
Andreas rode this trail on 26-10-2019 on a Cube Aim Pro
Nice route - well chosen. Technically not too difficult, apart from a couple of nasty (long) climbs. Good condition required, as this is a long trail. GPX is recommended, as the signs are missing at some intersections. Several beautiful views (Franchimont chateau, etc.). I enjoyed it! Thank you for uploading this trail!
TrekbikesRider rode this trail on 23-02-2019 on a Trek Superfly FS 8
Beautiful surroundings, mainly wide paths (gravel paths). Along barbed wire on the one hand and thorn bushes on the other. Tubeless / slim bands recommended! Nice climbs, some for the
Oswald rode this trail on 06-10-2018 on a BMC FS01
Very beautiful landscape. Quiet roads. Many wide gravel paths, too much asphalt. So not really technical. Impossible to drive without GPS due to missing or poorly placed signs.
Wim rode this trail on 29-07-2018 on a Giant
Very nice route in the woods, between the meadows and along the rivers of the Ardennes.
Arnold Hoogenkamp rode this trail on 18-07-2018 on a Focus Black Forest
Beautiful route, especially the landscape. Many climbs / descents (20%) with large loose boulders. A number of steep and long climbs. Signaling fine, dry and warm, take plenty of water. With the approach from the campsite, 77 km and 1500 hm were on the counter.
Antoine rode this trail on 19-05-2018 on a Spe levo fsr comp
Course super nice, still think to download the track before leaving, at some junctions the panels are absent or masked
JK rode this trail on 28-04-2018
Beautiful, heavy route. Own GPS highly recommended, otherwise it will be a very long search
Rob Wouters rode this trail on 02-04-2018 on a ridley tiger
Superb! Very heavy, especially because the course was wet / muddy. Be aware in the last few kilometers of very steep passages up to ruin Franchimont.
Sougné Philippe rode this trail on 16-09-2017 on a TREK PROCALIBER 9.7
Beautiful course ... Insufficient sign, get your GPS!
Johan Greydanus rode this trail on 14-08-2017 on a Kona Heihei
Beautiful route, here and there the signs are covered by the vegetation. And there are quite spicy climes in (red).
Jack Gommers rode this trail on 13-05-2017 on a Mtb specialized
Great route. Well a few signs away and 1 departure for GPS tour. This will have happened recently
René rode this trail on 26-10-2014
Muddy, wet, you will be continuously sucked. 10km / h average, the 2x fast you feel if the route was dry and hard. Splendour Environment and ditto experience.