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Walking in Bambësch Forest

Whether you're looking for a good place to go for a jog, forest hike or easy Sunday walk, Bambësch Forest has something for everyone with its marked walking paths, and exercise and cross-country trails.

There are a number of benches and picnic tables located along the trails so you can stop to rest and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.

Hare (4.6 km)

Starting points:

  • Bëschparkplaz Juegdschlass, no bus connection
  • Bëschparkplaz Siwemuergen, line 21 Rollingergrund, "Siwemuergen" stop

Fox (4.8 km)

Starting points:

  • Bëschparkplaz Bridel, line 262 Mersch, "Briddel-Schanz" stop
  • Bëschparkplaz Biergerkräiz, no bus connection
  • Bëschparkplaz Waasserbaseng (CR215 toward Biergerkräiz), line 262 Mersch, "Briddel-Schanz" stop

Maple (4.8 km)

Starting points:

  • Bëschparkplaz Biergerkräiz, no bus connection
  • Bëschparkplaz Juegdschlass, no bus connection
  • Bëschparkplaz Siwemuergen, line 21 Rollingergrund, "Siwemuergen" stop
  • Bëschparkplaz Batterie, no bus connection

Owl (7.5 km)

Starting points:

  • Car park near Sieweburen restaurant (Rue des Sept-Fontaines), line 21 Rollingergrund, "Roudebierg" stop
  • Bëschparkplaz Kale Kapp (near the roundabout between Strassen and Bridel), no bus connection

Walking in Hamm

Squirrel (5.3 km)

  • Starting point: Car park near the crematorium (Rue Haute – Allée des Châtaigniers), line 15 "Käschtewee" stop

Linden (6.9 km)

Starting points:

  • Car park on Rue de Pulvermühl/Rue Auguste Charles , line 15 "Kofferfabrik" stop
  • Car park near the allotment gardens on Rue Anatole France, line 5 "Anatole France" stop
  • Car park near the Hamm Church (Rue de Hamm – Rue de la Montagne), line 15 "Hamm-Kierch" stop
  • Car park on Rue de Pulvermühl/Val de Hamm, line 13 "Pulvermühl-Hammerdällchen" stop
  • Car park Gantenbeinsmillen

Godchaux walk (2.0 km)

Starting point: Car park near the allotment gardens on Rue Anatole France, line 5 "Anatole France" stop

This walk, which is named after the family that introduced textile manufacturing to the Alzette Valley, leads from Bonnevoie to Hamm, passing by the Gantenbeinsmillen, the old workers' quarters on Rue Godchaux, Villa Godchaux, the Fohlmillen, and many other sites that stand as monuments to the rich industrial history of our city.

Walking trail map

Running routes

Riding trails


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