The Vennbahn bike path, was internationally awarded on several occasions and is one of the longest rail bike paths in Europe, leading through three countries: Germany, Belgium, and Luxembourg. The path stretches from Aachen, straight through East Belgium, to Troisvierges, offering 125 km of fascinating landscapes, border country atmosphere, history, and stories of the Vennbahn.
A last look at the village, framed by the foothills of the Ardennes, from the fortified keep, and the final stage on the way to Troisvierges can begin. The pastoral beauty of the previous stage continues until, near Lengeler, one approaches the second tunnel. Unfortunately, this tunnel is closed to visitors for the foreseeable future. A rare species of bat has made its cool, dank darkness their home and may not be disturbed. It is, however, worth the detour to approach the tunnel mouth from the Luxembourg side, if only to appreciate the romantic majesty of its massive, moss-clad walls. Just a few kilometres further and one arrives at the Fen-Rail terminal, the station in Troisvierges.
ATTENTION! Up to 10% gradient over a distance of 100-150m by bypassing the tunnel