Sirault, the chapels route

Gastronomic ,  Walking/pedestrian at Sirault

8.9 km
Walking/pedestrian
3h
Easy
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  • The Sirault region is certainly one of the most pleasant to explore on foot, with its peaceful rural side.

    Leaving Sirault, the consolidation path meanders across the fields. Facing us, on the ridges, stands the bell tower of the church of Neufmaison. The village collects around it the typical elements of the villages in the region – long farms and magnificent wood barn doors are all elements that charm us throughout this route, bathed in the ambience of yesteryear... Moving away from the village, the road makes beautiful arabesques in the middle of the meadows. Discoveries continue – at each turn we discover a new panorama, a new broad landscape, through the paths crossing through groves or enclosing a chapel, such as that at Ifs, dedicated to Saint Hubert. Back to Sirault where a friendly local bistro, the Noir Bonnet, is waiting for us...
  • Difference in height
    78.57 m
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
Points of interest
1 Brasserie de l'Abbaye de Saint-Ghislain
In this little village of Hautrage are brewed the beers of this friendly microbrewery. An amateur brewer for over 20 years, Jean-Marc Carpenier decided in 2014 to create his own brand. Mons 2015 gave him a boost – the Brasserie de l'Abbaye de Saint-Ghislain was inaugurated in the gardens of the old Abbey itself, during a Great West event organised as part of Mons 2015. In 2015, production exceeded 60 HI. The return to local trade and quality local products augurs the start of a great adventure. Five beers, all fermented in the bottle, have their own properties, fruits of a patient blend of flavours and authenticity. So the Blonde is brewed with malt barley and hops, giving it a balance flavour between sweetness and bitterness. Meanwhile the Amber has a more sustained bitterness, developing aromas of malt and caramel. As for the Brown, it has typical notes of roasted malt and subtle hints of spices. Finally, spring perpetuates the tradition of these refreshing and light beers that we drink while working in the fields.
Visits by appointment only.
Rue Delbory, 73
7334 Saint-Ghislain
GSM. +32(0)495/56.53.41
www.abbayedesaintghislain.com
2 The Ateliers Marcel Leroy
Precise and delicate discipline, pastry and chocolate making is a real culinary art! Marcel Leroy, a chocolatier for over 45 years, arranges the most interesting courses... He will unveil the tips and techniques to become a good pastry chef. Your oneday teacher will also teach you to make your own creams and speculoos.
Courses only by reservation.
Rue de la Rivièrette, 12
7333 Saint-Ghislain
GSM. +32(0)479/71.77.74
www.aventuregourmande.be
79 meters of difference in height
  • Start altitude : 65 m
  • End altitude : 66 m
  • Maximum altitude : 97 m
  • Minimum altitude : 65 m
  • Total positive elevation : 79 m
  • Total negative elevation : -77 m
  • Max positive elevation : 8 m
  • Min positive elevation : -12 m
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  • Recht tie, recht aan

    Wandeling voert door de akkerbouw velden, veel beton paden, vrij vlak, prima te doen. Wij liepen deze route binnen de twee uur. Wat langere, rechte stukken.

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