“Beck” walking trail
Take a tour of the famous becks, small streams that help circulate rainwater as well as provide drainage for neighbouring fields and pastures. Discover the rich variety of local wild and plant life as you follow these natural waterways.
“Owl” walking trail
This footpath is named after the owls – little owls to be precise – that live in and around Comines. Also known as the owl of Athena, it is a small and squat bird. It is the most diurnal of all the owls. They can commonly be seen perched on fence posts or on roofs. These feathered friends can be found in open and farmed environments, cavities in old trees and unoccupied buildings.
“Lime tree” walking trail
Learn to recognise the various species of trees and shrubs growing along the footpaths and country lanes or forming borders between fields and farms. They play an important role as wind breakers and providing reinforcement for wet soil.
"Deûlémont along the water"
This walk starts at the Jean Six sports centre. It follows the banks of the Deûle and Lys. Discover the rich variety of local wild and plant life as you stroll past the rivers.
“Grand Perne” walking trail
This easy footpath takes you through Ferrain country. Explore the area along quiet country lanes and the banks of the Deûle.
“Partridge” walking trail
This trail mapped out by SIGAL has three different routes between Wambrechies and Marcq-en-Baroeul via Bondues of varying lengths: 10km, 12km or 16km.
“Juniper” walking trail
This trail on the fringes of Lille Metropole follows the country lanes and tow paths in the area. Open to walkers all year round. There are two possible loops: the longer 12-km route and a shorter route covering 3.5 km that is more suitable for families.
From towpath to country roads
This trail starts from the "Match" supermarket. You will discover the city center, the agricultural world and the provisional village. You'll walk through the lagoon filtering station, and you will learn more about our neighbours and friends from Warneton.