An individual and joint

We can all play a part when it comes to maintaining peace and quiet for wildlife: whether you are a walker, an athlete, a naturalist, a hunter or a forest manager, whether you work individually or with an organisation or collective.

All the organisations and people who have committed to protecting a peaceful environment for wildlife are featured here.


Professional Enduro Mountain Bike Driver

I’m an instructor and guide in the Hautes-Vosges, but first and foremost I'm a keen mountain biker and passionate about the natural environment here in the Vosges. I want to be able to enjoy my sport for as long as possible so for me, signing up to the Quiétude Attitude programme and riding in a “Wildly responsible” way is vital!

Jean-François BOMBENGER

Organizer of the Munster Trail and sports coach

I fully support the Quiétude Attitude programme to highlight the fact that we need to explore our natural environment not as conquerors, but with an approach that respects wildlife.

Laurent CAHON

Mountain guide and mountain bike instructor

I’ve worked in the mountains since 1997 and have always been a great defender of vulnerable animals, especially in winter. Being an ambassador for Quiétude Attitude fits in well with my role as an advocate for the protection our common good: nature and biodiversity.


Mountain guide and Nordic ski instructor

Hiking naturally means preserving my environment. As part of my commitment to the Quiétude Attitude, I take out small groups, in the daytime only, and respecting the quiet areas.


French Champion of Trail

I first became passionate about outdoor sports, especially trail running, almost eight years ago. I try to pay Mother Nature back for all the treasures she bestows on us every day. That’s why I support the Quiétude Attitude programme, which helps preserve our beautiful natural park.

Committed partners

Club Vosgien

The Club Vosgien is in charge of the marking and the maintenance of the hiking trails of the Vosges massif. It also offers various activities such as hiking, Nordic walking, orienteering, mountain biking and climbing. In winter: snowshoeing, alpine and cross-country skiing.


Starting from Munster, 4 events (72km, 30km, 18km, 8km) are organized to discover all the assets of the valley in an environmentally friendly approach.
Symbolically, the 72km represents the tour of the Munster valley and is the flagship of this event!


Our goal is to offer tailor-made activities or stays, whether for a group, a cycling course or any other event. For cycling enthusiasts, this is an opportunity to ride in the wheel of Rémy ABSALON, professional enduro mountain bike pilot.

Munster Bike Club

The Munster Bike Club proposes the discovery of cycling to children from 7 to 16 years old in the form of games and leisure outings, but also to direct our young riders with “reason” towards sporting competition, our motto “you will never ride alone”.
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Territoire Sport Nature

Territoire Sport Nature is the association that organizes the Belfortrail, we have, since the beginning, chosen to work in partnership with the Park, the natural reserve of the Ballons Comtois and the local actors of grounds to propose each time courses respecting the fauna, the flora and the landscapes that we cross.
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Trail de la Vallée des Lacs

From the discovery format to the ultra, the events of the Trail of the Valley of the Lakes make discover the most beautiful monotraces of the massif in the biggest respect of this case.

FFME Grand Est

The French Federation of Mountain and Climbing includes several disciplines: climbing, mountaineering, ski mountaineering or ski touring, hiking and snowshoeing, and canyoning. Are you looking for a club near you?
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Comité régional du Grand Est de la FFCAM

French Alpine Club mountain sports activities

Bureau Montagne Ballon d’Alsace

Passionate about mountains, natural environments and wide open spaces, Gilbert, Olivier, Yves and Mathieu are the Mountain Guides of the Ballon d’Alsace.
They are all holders of a state certificate and will guide you in complete safety and off the beaten track to discover the treasures of the Ballon d’Alsace massif.

Sens a sons nature

I propose a simple hike, a forest bath, a musical trail or a primitive walk, biathlon all year round, and in winter, cross-country skiing, Nordic ski touring or snowshoeing.

Philippe Beaud

Accompanying hikes: trail coaching, health sports, snowshoeing, school and company team building, animations, trekking.

Eric Brisbare

Passionate about mountains and forests since I was a child, I adopt the “Quietude attitude” with fervor and wish to share with you, during hikes, the essential values of respect for nature and sensitive wildlife. Nature is our most beautiful treasure, let’s protect it together for the generations to come!

Vanessa Savignard

Mountain guide since 2008 in the valleys of the Haute-Meurthe and Straiture and the Pays de la Déodatie. Initiator of Nordic walking and trail expert. Organizer of the trail of the blueberry in Haute-Meurthe. Vice-president and representative to the trail commission of the National Union of Mountain Guides (SNAM) section Vosges.

Jean-Pierre GERAULT

Mountain guide in the Hautes-Vosges for twenty years, passionate about this beautiful and magical nature.

Amis de la Nature France

Les Amis de la Nature France offers physical activities in the open air and cultural leisure activities accessible to all. It has more than 20 accommodations in the Vosges mountains, at affordable prices.

UMIH Haut-Rhin

The Union des Métiers et des Industries de l’Hôtellerie (UMIH) is the number one professional organization in the hotel and restaurant sector. The UMIH informs, advises, represents, defends and promotes the professionals of the hotel, restaurant and nightlife industries.

Office de Tourisme de la Vallée de Munster

Reception, information, accompaniment of the public who come to discover our territory.

Office de tourisme de la vallée de Kaysersberg

Located a short distance from Colmar, the Kaysersberg valley tourist office is divided between the Vosges mountains and the Alsatian vineyards. It promotes and welcomes tourists all year long. A territory with two strong brands: Kaysersberg Valley for the vineyards and half-timbered houses and Lac Blanc for the mountains and outdoor sports.

Office de Tourisme de Bussang

Our tourist office is a small structure with 3 people, located in the heart of the village of Bussang. We have at heart to transmit the gestures of preservation of our beautiful Massif to our visitors.


STORE SPECIALIZED IN RUNNING (TRAIL) AND CYCLING (VAE). In our store, you will find a large choice of articles, and especially advice for the practice of running and cycling. The store offers a complete range of products adapted to all levels. Our team of enthusiasts will advise you and even offer postural and stride analysis. The watchword: professionalism and conviviality! We will always have a small coffee for you 😉



Reconnecting people to nature through active and guided discoveries: for everyone, through observation and mobility, in connection with the territories. Nat’Mouv, our first project, is a mobile application for healthy movement while discovering nature.

Comité du Monument National du Hartmannswillerkopf

The Comité du Monument National du Hartmannswillerkopf is a memorial association that promotes and maintains this emblematic historical and natural site in the Vosges mountains, the adjoining National Monument and the first Franco-German Historial to the Great War, which opened in 2017.