From the Langres plateau to the Hook of Holland, you can discover the Meuse like you've never seen it before. Go on, cucle through three countries (France, Belgium and the Netherlands) covering 30 stages 1152 km of signposted roads, with dozens of cities, towns and villages dotted along the route. It will also take you through the Meuse Valley Rivier Park. Unique to this part of the route is that in the Rivier Park, you can choose which bank of the river you cycle on thanks to the ferry boats. You can discover the Meuse Cylcle Route in its complete form on this website.
From Maastricht to Maaseik (Flemish river bank)
This step of the International Meuse Cycle Route through the River Park Meuse Valley on the Flemish bank departs in Maastricht and ends in Maaseik. For about 42,10 km you cycle along car-free winter dikes and cycling paths.
Discover this Flemish step on the website of the International Meuse Cycle Route.
LF-Maasroute (Dutch bank)
You'd rather be cycling along the Dutch river bank in the Meuse Valley River Park? Then follow the LF-Maasroute (from Maastricht to Rotterdam). This specific step is 485 km long. At this moment a correct and simple signage is being installed using the sign you see here on the side.