Massif des Vosges

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Low-lying mountains, fresh air and blue skies all contribute to the appeal of the Vosges. Between the Parc Naturel Régional des Vosges du Nord, the Route des Crêtes and the Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges to the south, you'll find mountain pastures, peat bogs, glacial cirques, lakes, and hills home to a variety of flora and fauna (chamois, lynx, crayfish, yellow gentian, blueberries etc). In winter, the fields are transformed into miles of cross-country ski trails.

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Le Hohneck
Le Hohneck
This is one of the most famous and
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Route des Crêtes
Route des Crêtes
The 80km-long route des Crêtes links the
Vallée de la Thur
Vallée de la Thur
The Vallée de la Thur may have been
4:00
Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges
Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges
The nature park stretches from the
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Le Hohneck
Le Hohneck
This is one of the most famous and
2:00
Route des Crêtes
Route des Crêtes
The 80km-long route des Crêtes links the
Vallée de la Thur
Vallée de la Thur
The Vallée de la Thur may have been
4:00
See all