As simple as hello!

A node is simply an intersection of cycle-tourism routes. It is identified by a number and a marker (a panel) and guides you along your journey by indicating the direction to follow. Before setting off on the nodes cycle network in the province of Liège, choose an itinerary: identify the number of the departure node for your journey, then note the numbers to follow in order to reach your destination point. You can also plan a route with a different departure and destination point. The average distance between each node is 5–8 kilometers. Calculate the distance and adapt your itinerary according to what you want.

Plan your itinerary on our website: you’ll have the list of numbers to follow, as well as the map of your route. Alternatively, simply use the GPS route file.



  • Wear a helmet and carry water with you
  • Check the condition of your bike before setting off
  • Be careful when crossing main roads
  • Do not leave your litter behind; take it with you
  • Do not leave the trails; respect private property
  • Keep to your right (particularly at junctions) on the RAVel network and remind your children of this basic safety precaution


Users of the node cycle-tourism network in the province of Liège do so at their own risk.
No initiator or any other person or institution involved in its development may be held liable in the event of an accident, or for the condition of the trails or the markings.
No recourse shall be available. The highway code applies on all public roads and paths, as well as on forest roads and paths!