A witness to the site’s mining past, the “Mont Ostène” is a “terril” (slag heap) 70m tall. Feel free to explore its ecosystem and enjoy the stunning view it boasts of the region from its summit.
Slag heaps, created by coalmining activities, have gradually been colonised by plants since the mines closed, irreversibly changing the region’s landscape.
You can also enjoy the lush green setting and exceptional architecture boasted by the site of the Pass.
At the heart of the Garden of Adventures, children enjoy the outdoors by having fun on the playground facilities: trampoline, spider, turnstile, shovels... while parents enjoy the terrace in a green and exceptional architecture.
The Pass has been awarded the “Bienvenue à vélo” (Bikes welcome) label, and is intersected by line 98C of the RAVeL network, a former railway line that used to connect the region’s coalmines, from Frameries to Hornu.
Today, the RAVeL is a network of tracks and paths studded with works of art, thanks to the not-for-profit organisation “Blanc Murmure”. So hop on your bike or slip into your trainers, and finish off a ride or walk through nature at the Pass.
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