The trail Tillf-Esneux (Blue) has a distance of 22.6 km and an elevation gain of 562 meters.
Andreas List rode this trail on 29-06-2019 on a Giant Roam 3
I started from, and returned to Liège, so add another 28km - actually a scenic ride along the Ourthe river. The trail itself is nice and interesting. Earlier riders have well spotted the pros and cons: partly poorly signposted (recommend GPX download). First descent is a bit too steep to be enjoyable, second descent on asphalt is uninteresting. But the ascents and the scenery make the trail worthwile!
Martijn rode this trail on 28-06-2019 on a Specialized Epic
Nice route but the path is completely overgrown on a certain stretch along the Ourthe. A lot of nettles and a machete would not have been superfluous :) Furthermore, a great track!
Martin rode this trail on 08-10-2018 on a Trek Superfly FS100
Nice route if you happen to be in the area. Route signs are poorly placed (often only after an exit) so I regularly went wrong. After 7 km (from the start in Mery) you descend via an asphalt road to the Ourthe. There are no signs at the end of the road. Turn left before the farm and follow the walking path along the Ourthe. The route would be more fun if it is reversed in the direction of travel. Now you climb above Esneux via a reasonable technical path and descend on dull forest paths and asphalt. I deliberately did not drive the last piece from Esneux to Mery because it is flat and paved. Instead, I took the yellow loop that leads you to Mery.
Patrick rode this trail on 01-09-2018
The second time this loop driven. The site was now much faster than in January. It is a beautiful route with some nice views and nice runs. Do not follow the gpx at the end because then you drive a bit on the asphalt. The blue arrows point you about 100 meters after the domaine du Rond Chene to the left. So you have a fast descent with lots of turns through the forest. Be careful for walkers.
Niels rode this trail on 15-10-2016 on a Giant XTC Composite 0
Short but scenic route. Includes everything typical of the Ardennes: long climbs, technical descents and beautiful vistas. The route begins and ends along the Ourthe in the valley at Esneux, there are between 2 beautiful climbs and descents. Especially the first descent is very steep, technical and polished. Once you come down, it immediately goes back up again. And how! The second descent mostly asphalt, but that should not spoil the fun.