• Gazon du Faing

    This walk goes through the beautiful high moor area Gazon du Faing. Then you walk high above the Lac Blanc and the Lac Noir. Along the way you have several beautiful viewpoints such as the Rocher Hans and the Taubenklangfelsen.

  • Haut-Rhin

    The Haut-Rhin department occupies the southern part of Alsace. Most of the department is located in the Alsace plain with the natural regions of Ried to the northeast and Hardt to the southeast. The Hautes-Vosges stretch to the west, while the Alsatian Jura stretches to the southern part, the Sundgau.

  • Lac Altenweiher

    The walk takes you on a panoramic path around the Kastelberg and then descends through a very old deciduous forest to the Lac Altenweiher. From the lake you climb through the Kolbenwald to the Col Du Rainkopf to return along the other side of the Kastelberg.

  • Lac de Retournemer

    The walk takes you along the shore of the Lac de Longemer and then through a beautiful mixed forest towards the Col Des Faignes Sous Vologne. From the Col you walk to the Lac de Retournemer and the waterfall of Retournemer.

  • Lac Vert and Lac du Forlet

    A very varied walk along two beautiful lakes, the Lac Vert and the Lac du Forlet. Then you climb to the ridge of the massif of Tanet. On the ridge you have beautiful views of the valley of Munster, the Black Forest and even on a clear day the Alps. The route goes through the Gazon Du Faing, a unique raised moor area.

  • Petit Ballon

    On clear days, the Petit Ballon offers an exceptional panorama over the valleys of Munster and Guebwiller, the plain of Alsace and further towards the Black Forest, the Jura and the chain of the Alps beyond Mont Blanc. During this walk you will explore this beautiful massif and the Steinberg with its natural megaliths.

  • Rainkopf

    This walk goes from the beautiful Lac De Blanchemer to the top of the Rainkopf where you have a beautiful view of the High Vosges. The route then continues via the Maison De La Nature Du Rothenbach to the Tourbière De Machais peatland.

  • Sentier des Roches

    This beautiful walk follows a natural path through the rugged Frankenthal before the ascent to the beautiful view on the Hohneck begins.