Faluintjesroute in Aalst (Belgium)

The Faluintjesstreek is an old geographical area between four municipalities, which are now part of the city of Aalst: Baardegem, Herdersem, Meldert and Moorsel. This quiet area east of Aalst has lots of green, and small unpaved roads through the nature. There are some gravel spots on the route, but don't let that deter you. After all, you don't want to miss out on the beauty of this part of Flanders.

Aalst is the starting point of this cycle route. The Ajuinenstad (Onion City), "world-famous" for its carnival, is not far from Brussels and is therefore easily accessible by public transport or car. We first ride in the direction of Brussels but stay west of the Pajottenland. The route is designed to really discover the Faluintjes region. We pass successively the villages of this region: Meldert, Baardeegem, Moorsel, and Herdegem. Via the Dender we arrive back in Aalst.

Practical information

 Starting point and parking lot:

  • Denderstraat (parking behind railway station), 9100 Aalst

How do you cycle the route? This route is not signposted, soit is best to download the gpx file for your GPS. You can also simply print out the route.

Length: 42 km

Altimeters: 170 meters