Where can I go mountain biking?

The Natural Park offers a large number of waymarked mountain bike routes of all levels. You can recognise these routes from the beacons bearing the Park’s logo and thus experience some of the most gorgeous landscapes in the Vosges. Topoguides can be found at the tourist offices and at the various information centres in the […]

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Where can I go ski trekking?

Although there are no specific regulations on ski trekking, the activity is subject to the regulations on protected areas, which generally prohibit activities off marked trails. Generally speaking, we invite skiers not to ski off-piste or off-trail in forest environments to limit the disturbance to the wildlife and for their own safety. […]

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Information on hiking trails / access / permits

The hiking routes marked by the Club Vosgien as well as the GR5 and its variants are shown on the IGN Top 25 maps (available in paper and digital format). This network of routes can be viewed on the Quiétude attitude website. Each Tourist Office offers suggestions for walks and hikes in the form of […]

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Is hiking allowed in the park year round?

Hiking is possible in the Park throughout the year. The Park offers a multitude of trails marked by the Club Vosgien, for all levels of fitness. In the protected natural areas, certain sections of the marked trails are closed in winter, for safety reasons and to protect the peace and quiet of the wildlife. The […]

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