Fancy a walk but not sure where? Then try a Green Stop walk from station to station.
How does it work?
You travel by train to your departure point, walk through a natural environment and then take the train from the end point to get back home again. In contrast to walkers who arrive by car, you don’t need to get back to your departure point so you can walk twice as far. The walks have been designed to ensure that there is a train at least once an hour at the start and end point, during the weekends too. And, at the end of the walk, you will always find something to eat or drink. There is a walking brochure for each walk, providing a route description and information on the accessibility by train.
Green Stop walks lead you through the most stunning natural locations in Flanders and Wallonia. You’ll also arrive at your destination in an environmentally-friendly manner; walking and using public transport. Public transport is a great alternative to the car, if you’re considering the environment. A bus, tram or train transports a high number of passengers simultaneously and produces lower emissions per person. So, Green Stop is good for you and the environment!