The tracks contain all the regular values of the past 50 years of the Two-Days Walk: lots of nature, lots of open space, lots of villages and lots of monuments.

(Re)new(ed) 50KM tracks from Brugge to Blankenberge

On Saturday, we will again venture 50 KM and start from Bruges (Railwaystation side Sint-Michiels) and walk as far as Blankenberge. We continue to ensure plenty of variety and so have revamped large sections of the track.

7, 15 and 24KM tracks in and around Blankenberge

The other distances (7, 15 and 24 km) will continue to depart from Blankenberge.

(Re)new(ed) 32KM tracks

On Sunday, we start from Blankenberge and are introduced to a (re)new(ed) 32 km track.

7, 15 and 24KM tracks in and around Blankenberge

The other distances (7, 15 and 24 km) will continue to depart from Blankenberge.


Start and arrival

You can start from

  • 50 KM: 7 to 8 hours (on Saturday only)
  • 32 KM: 8 to 12 hours (on Sunday only)
  • 24 KM: 8 to 12 hours
  • 15 & 7 KM: 10 to 15 hours

Please note: the various resting posts, checkpoints and sampling stations will only open on these distances from 10:00. These close in function of an arrival before 18:00.

The arrival will be open from 11:00 to 18:00. On Saturday, arrivals will remain open until 19h for the 50 KM.

Find out more about the exact location of start and arrival at How to get there?


Wheelchair-friendly

On the 7 km and the 15 km, we have made some adjustments here and there so that these too are wheelchair-friendly (and pram-friendly).

Note. Some short sections deviate from the normal course and will be marked separately.


I walk green

The focus on the environment and fair trade is maintained. In this respect, the Two-Days Walk aims to remain an example for other events.

More info on Walking green: this is how to do it.


I walk safely

We also put an emphasis on safety. Walkers will be able to sign the ‘I walk safely’ charter before heading out onto the tracks. In doing so, they take into account the following focal points: ‘I pay attention‘, ‘I walk where I have to‘, ‘I stand out‘.

More info on I walk safely.