|Location:||Dinant. Motorway E411 exit 20, route Ciney-Dinant, signposted.|
SEP-OCT Sat, Sun 11-18.
Adults BEF 150, Children BEF 120.
Groups: BEF 130, Children BEF 100.
Anne Court (1968):
Grotte la Merveilleuse and Grotte de Mont-Fat,
The Speleologist, Vol 2 No 15 Spring 1968 pp 21-22 (see link below)
Yves Quinif (2002): La grotte de Montfat: un jalon dans l'évolution de la vallée de la Meuse, Karstologia, Issue 40, 2002
|Address:||Parc Familial du Mont-Fat, rue en Rhée 15, B-5500 Dinant, Tel: +32-82-222783, Fax: +32-82-613635|
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|1833||visited by King Leopold and Queen Louis Marie d'Orleans.|
|1829||Excavations in the cave revealed the remains of eighteen glacial mammals, including lynx, hyena, bear and rhinoceros. .|
The Grotte de Mont-Fat is named after its location. The huge limestone cliff is called Mont-Fat and overlooks the river Meuse. On top of the cliff 120 meters. On top is the citadel with its superb view, but underground is a series of caverns and galleries. The entrance hall, called
The Grotte de Mont-Fat is located inside the Parc Familial du Mont-Fat (Familiy Park of Mont-Fat).