This is a high-altitude plain, with several spots over 650m in elevation, the highest of which, Botrange is also the highest spot in Belgium.. In the area are many marshes; so if the tracks are not covered with wood then you are advised to take your rubber boots with you. The highest point is not that far from the
|Range/Region:||North France-West Rhine Area|
|Nearest major airport:||Brussels, Liege|
|Convenient Center:||Eupen, Malmedy|
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 4 trip reports for Signal de Botrange.
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- Log #21903 - by Christian Rodriguez on Feb 17, 2010On winter 2008, I finished an easy hike surrounded this summit... there is no one peak to climb, just walk in a flat ground. But is nice hike on winter time.
- Log #12619 - by Jo Heersink on Sep 10, 2003Why go to mnt. Everest if there is Botrange? Absolutely gruelling climb. Take a complete platoon of high altitude sherpa's, a few kilometers of rope for fixing and loads of oxygen bottles, (if it...
- Log #12620 - by Chris Gilsdorf on Aug 01, 2003Done the same day as Buurgplaatz and Vaalsserberg. I was in Germany on an exchange trip and decided to visit my first 3 national highpoints. No views from the summit but an interesting mountain. The...
- Log #12621 - by Ricardo Hernani on Feb 27, 2001Pretty place to spend somedays in the winter. In a long day by car you can make also Buurgplatz (559 m), highest point in Luxemburg; and then go to Vaalserberg (323 m), higuest point in Holland next...