Confluence of the two Ourthes

Remarkable view of the confluence of the Eastern and Western Ourthe rivers.

The Ourthe Occidental originates in the commune of Gouvy, on the outskirts of the village of Ourthe, and winds its way through the countryside towards Houffalize. The fast-flowing Eastern Ourthe crosses the communes of Sainte-Ode and Bertogne to join its sister river at the confluence near the Hérou site.

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Address: Le Parc naturel des deux Ourthes
B-6663 Mabompré
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