Whatever your mode of travel, this walk will fill you with the variety of landscapes encountered along the small country roads and forest roads. The parish church Saint Lambert is a beautiful neoclassical building built between 1829 and 1832 by the architect Cauchet. A tower was added around 1878 by the architect Bouvrie. The bulbous bell tower is pierced with two-part shocks. A cross punctuates its top. Do not hesitate to linger more in the village of Tellin. Besides its beautiful church, many farms and houses have remarkable architecture. On the heights of the village, the site of the Cross Javalle hosts several remarkable plant species, such as red fescue, bulbous buttercup, mauve musk and centaury. From here you take the Chemin des Crêtes. Leaving this wooded road, you penetrate further into the forest. However, in a gap, a remarkable point of view emerges on the village and the castle of Mirwart. The Ry des Revoz is a moist muddy soil with sphagnum, ranunculus and angelica. A pretty little stream follows its course peacefully in the middle of these species. On discovering the Route des Crêtes, you will discover a wide landscape on the Famenne. In the place called Tasseret, several remarkable species populate the wooded area. In the herbaceous zone, a nice clearance allows to see the village of Tellin and the famennoise campaign. Perhaps you will have the opportunity to cross a fox, which makes frequent appearances on this site.