You can leave Charleville via a path running alongside the Meuse from the Mont-Olympe campsite. From the Place Ducale, head down Rue du Moulin. Then, take the footbridge located next to the Rimbaud Museum. Please note: some sections are unsurfaced.
The rest of the route runs alongside the river Meuse and presents no particular difficulty.
From Monthermé, it is possible to join another greenway taking you along the Semoy River. The latter’s secretive valley is a joy for those who appreciate nature.
Railway Station (SNCF)
- Charleville-Mézières station
- Nouzonville station
- Joigny-sur-Meuse station
- Bogny-sur-Meuse station
- Monthermé station
Charleville-Sedan en Ardenne - www.charleville-tourisme.com - +3126.96.36.199.90
Boucles de Meuse et Semoy - www.meuse-semoy-tourisme.com - +333 24 54 46 73
Charleville-Mézières: Place Ducale, the grand main square; Musée Rimbaud and Maison des Ailleurs (both dedicated to the incendiary 19th-century poet Rimbaud, from these parts); Festival International du Théâtre de Marionnettes (International Puppet Festival, held uneven years, 3rd week of September)
Bogny-sur-Meuse: for the viewpoint and the legend of Aymon’s four sons; the Musée de la Métallurgie Ardennaise (on iron-working); the Centre d'Exposition des Minéraux et Fossiles des Ardennes (on local geology)
Monthermé: for its many fine viewpoints