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Visit : Nature Reserve/Area, Arboretum


© Ringlet Muriel

The arboretum was created during the 1930s by Mr Lenoir, on a site containing a water mill fed by a little canal from the Ourthe. Gradually little islands formed, giving the site its characteristic charm. Lenoir's main interest was in collecting rare exotic species rather that in organising them or structuring the park, and this too has added to the untamed appearance of the arboretum. The site is of unrivalled botanical interest, with many woody species and an impressive collection of trees. There are today 4,300 trees of 1,400 different species, including service trees, maples, spindles and flowering trees.

Access : by road : N4, Marche exit, towards Hotton on the N86, then towards Rendeux on the N833 - From the E25 take exit 49 (Manhay), then towards Hotton on the N807, then towards Rendeux on the N833 - Train: Melreux station - TEC Bus: Melreux -La Roche.
Guided visit on request, minimum two weeks in advance, for groups of min. 10 pers.: € 2,50/person, more than 10 persons € 1,- extra per person.
Be sure to wear hiking shoes or boots.

Free entry.

PARKING FOR COACHES Car park DOGS ALLOWED Cafeteria Library or documentation centre


  • tel. : +32 (0) 84 47 79 54

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