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Sites et Paysages Au Clos de la Chaume
94 pitches & rentals
671 rue d'alsace - 88430 Corcieux
info@camping-closdelachaume.com
Languages spoken:French, English, German
Latitude:48.1687037 ( N 48° 10’ 7” )
Longitude:6.8902345 ( E 6° 53’ 25” )

For rentals, arrivals are between 16 : 00 and 19 : 00, departures between 08 : 30 and 10 : 00.

On pitches, arrivals are between 13 : 30 and 19 : 00, departures are expected before 12 : 00.

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Nearest airports:
  • (100 km, 1:23)
  • (115 km, 1:34)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (19.6 km, 24 min)
  • (40 km, 45 min)
  • (41 km, 44 min)
  • (97 km, 1:31)

1 parking space included.

For rentals, a deposit of 300 € will be required before handing over the keys.

For pitches, a deposit of 20 € will be required for the badge of the barrier.

Pascaline, Mike and Raphael

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS AT CAMPING AU CLOS DE LA CHAUME

1- Entrance terms.

Nobody is authorised to enter, settle or stay on a campsite without previous authorisation of the manager or his representative who has to make sure that the campsite is correctly held and that the rules and regulations are respected.

Staying on the campsite involves that you are willing to accept and fulfil the disposals of these rules and regulations.

2- Police formalities.

Any person who has to stay at least one night on the campsite would have to produce his identity papers to the manager or his representative and carry out the police formalities.

Young persons without their parents will only be accepted upon presentation of written parents' authorisation.

3- Settling.

Tent, caravan as well as any other equipment relating to would be installed on the pitch indicated by the camp manager or his representative.

4- Reception.

Open from 08:30 to 12:00 and from 13:30 to 19:00

Reception will provide all useful information concerning camp facilities, possibilities of fresh supplies, sport and tourist events as well as other useful addresses. Any complaints can be submitted to the reception staff and will be dealt with within 24 hours by the manager.

Complaints will only be taken into consideration if they are signed, dated and concern quite recent events.

5- Taxes.

Taxes will be paid at reception desk. Their amount is showed at campsite entrance as well as explained to campers when they fill in an arrival form. Campers will have to inform reception of their departure one day before leaving. Taxes and campsite stay have to be paid in advance in case of departure before opening of reception desk.

6- Noise and silence.

Campers are required to avoid any noise and talks which may disturb their neighbours, and to turn down radios and tape recorders. Please do not slam doors. Dogs and other animals are allowed if kept on a lead. Do no leave them unattended at campsite or locked in.

Total silence is required between 10 p.m.and 7 a.m.

7- Visitors.

After being authorised by the manager or his representative, visitors will be allowed to enter the campsite under campers' responsibility. Campers can meet one or several visitors at reception desk. If they are authorised to enter, a visitors tax may be requested. The amount is shown at the entrance as well as explained in the reception office. Visitors' cars have to be left on car parks showed to them by staff.

8- Traffic and parking.

Inside the campsite speed is limited at 10 km/h. Limited traffic between 10 pm and 7am.

Only campers staying on the campsite can drive into the camping. One car only is allowed to be parked per pitch, in case of additional cars customers will be shown by staff where to park.

9- Hygiene and general aspect of the campsite.

Each guest has to respect the cleanliness and the hygiene of the campsite. Do not throw dirty water on the ground or in the gutters. Caravaners must throw away their sewage at appropriate places. Household rubbish and papers has to put into binbags and then into containers located by the barrier, next to the reception office.

Washing outside appropriate sinks is strictly forbidden. If necessary, hanging out the washing can be done near tents or caravans before 10am without bothering neighbours.

Please take care of trees, plants and flowers. Campers are not allowed to put nails into trees, to cut branches or to plant out. Do not mark off pitches by yourself. Do not dig into the ground. Do not spin wheels into the ground when wet ground.

Any damage made on plants, fences campsite or fittings will be paid by the offender.

The pitch used during the stay will be kept in the original state.

10- Security.

A) Fire

Open fires (wood, charcoal, etc) are prohibited. Stoves must be kept in good state of running and must not be used in hazardous conditions. In case of fire, the management has to be informed immediately. Fire extinguishers are at disposal. A first aid kit is available at reception.

B) Theft

Management is responsible for items left at reception and is liable for the general campsite security .Campers remain responsible for their own installation and have to inform management of any suspect presence.

Though the campsite is watched over, campers are requested to take care of their equipment.

11- Games.

No violent or disturbing game is allowed close to the campsite facilities. The meeting room can only be used for quiet games. Small children have to be watched over by their parents.

12- Unoccupied tents and caravans.

Unoccupied tents or caravans should be left on the campsite only with management approval at a notified pitch.

Permanent stay of tents and caravans is due to be paid, rates are available at reception desk.

13- Information.

These rules and regulations are shown at the entrance as well as at reception. They can be requested by any guest.

14- Respect of rules and regulations.

In case one would disturb the stay of other guests or not respect general terms, the manager or his representative could give him formal notice, orally or if necessary written, to stop nuisance.

In case of repeated offence, management could cancel the contract, or call the police.

The indoor pool is open from 01/05 to 20/09 from 10:00 to 19:00.

The games room is open from 10:00 to 22:00 during the season.

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A launderette is at your disposal. There you will find washing machines, a dryer, an iron and an ironing board. It is open every day, from 08: 30 to 12: 00 and from 13: 30 to 19: 00.

You prefer to eat in peace on your site? Order a pizza! In season, a pizza truck passes Sunday and Thursday night at the campground and a chicken truck / roasted potatoes comes Tuesday night.

The reception of the campsite welcomes you every day in high season, from 08:30 to 12h and from 13:30 to 19h. (more limited opening hours in low season). You will find a varied and complete documentation on the region and it is with great pleasure that we will be able to share with you our great knowledge on the region (the sites to be visited, natural sites not to be missed, the hikes, mountain biking, cycling, the wood, the water, the history... in short all our good plans!).

For your comfort, a deposit of fresh baguettes and croissants is provided every day in July and August, at the reception of the campsite.

Ice creams, drinks, local products, gas bottles… are available for sale.

Because the gastronomy and the terroir are an integral part of the French heritage, the campsite team offers you a tasting of Alsace wines. This tasting is animated every Wednesday (in July and August) by a small Alsatian producer. Discoveries and conviviality will be at the rendezvous ! We also organize a mini market of local producers on Tuesday in high season (mid-July-mid-August) from 17 : 30 to 19 : 30, cheese, honey, syrups…

From 7/07 to 18/08 every Tuesday from 17: 00 to about 8: 00 P.m. enjoy camping roast chicken and potatoes !!

6 blankets and 6 pillows are provided in each rental and a rental of bed linen is optional (12 € / single bed, 14 € / double bed).

1 blanket for the double bed and 2 blankets for the single beds are provided in the Cotton Lodge Nature.

The time of your holidays, stay connected with your loved ones! NEW System: Wifi Internet connection is available throughout the campsite, it is free on a limited area of ​​the campsite (playground / pool / games room) at a rate of 1/2 hour every 6 hours and it is available in unlimited on all the pitches / rentals of the camp-site (Paying, works on 2 devices in non simultaneous). You can buy your wifi codes online 24 hours a day or at the Camping Reception.

Some of our locations are close to the sanitary, do not hesitate to ask us if this can help you.

Archery, mini club, walks, parties "around the stars"…

The swimming pool, open from 10am to 7pm, is the ideal place to cool off all day! It is equipped with showers, seats to relax, and is located under a UV shelter that guarantees you protection from the sun!

The campsite has a games room equipped with several machines that will delight young and old! Outside you will also find something to have fun with a trampoline, a ping-pong table or a petanque court!

Launderette
Pizza Truck
Reception
Bread store
Products for sale
Tastings and Local Products
Roasted Chickens and Potatoes
Bed Linen Rental
Wi-Fi
Sanitary facilities
Animations From 14/07 to 20/08
Pool
Games
There are no planned activities on site at the moment.

The town of Corcieux and the Tourist Office offer many activities during the summer.

Discover the many weekly markets in the region.

A night market with different local producers sets up in Corcieux every Thursday from July to August.

Also discover the Festi'forge (Blacksmith Festival) from July 20th to 21st.

More info : https://www.facebook.com/festiforge/

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Tourist site
Natural Park
88600 - Barbey-Seroux

The Rocky Field is a rocky chaos located in the Vosges on the territory of the town of Barbey-Seroux, near the Col des Arrentès between the Neuné valley and the Vologne.

Tourist site
Natural Park
Lac - Longemer

Lake Longemer is a beautiful lake surrounded by green mountains and fed by the Vologne, which has its source not far from here, at the foot of the Hohneck.

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The biggest natural lake in the Vosges!

Lake Gérardmer is the biggest natural lake in the Vosges. This glacial lake is located 660 metres above sea level in the municipality of Gérardmer, close to the town centre. In the winter, when it freezes, the lake can be seen from the slopes of the ski resort, a superb spectacle!

In warmer weather, its 115 hectares are used for water sports: you can go canoeing, sailing, rowing, pedaloing, fishing, or swimming at its landscaped beaches… People also come to watch speed kayaking and rowing competitions. You can also hire an electric motorboat to enjoy the superb landscapes all around.

There is a landscaped path of 7 kilometres that will take you around the lake in 1.5 or 2 hours. As one section of the trail is a little steep, walkers are advised to bring sturdy footwear.

Nearby: a swimming pool, bowling alley and casino.

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Observatory - Point of view
Tour de merelle - Gérardmer

The head of Mérelle is a superb belvedere (alt 897 m) on Lake Gerardmer (alt 660 m) where there is a watchtower built by a scout camp in France. To access the viewing platform, you have to climb a spiral staircase of 85 steps…

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Its town centre has earned the 20th Century Heritage label

In the Meurthe Valley, between the municipalities of Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Michel-sur-Meurthe, lies Saint-Dié-des-Vosges. This area is home to the Claude et Duval factory, a listed Historic Monument since 1988 that is remarkable for being the only industrial building designed by the famous architect Le Corbusier.

Among its tourist attractions is a beautiful cathedral made of pink sandstone from Vosges, boasting contemporary stained glass windows and a Gothic cloister, the former collegiate church of the canonesses that became a cathedral in the 18th century; the Liberty Tower, an original building made of steel, cables and glass, designed to commemorate the bicentenary of the French Revolution and inaugurated at the Tuileries Garden in Paris; the Church of St. Martin, in the Neo-Romanesque style; the Church of Our Lady of Galilee and its porch bell tower; the beautiful gardens of Callunes and more.

For young ones and all model railway fans, the Trainland museum is a captivating place about train history that even has a play area. Also worth visiting is the Celtic Camp of La Bure, considered to be the second biggest archaeological site in the department of Vosges after the one in Grand. There is also a lovely family museum, the Pierre-Noël Museum, which covers many topics including life in Hautes-Vosges, along with a section devoted to Jules Ferry, who was born in the town.

Dates for your diary: every year in early October, Saint-Dié hosts the International Geography Festival. The Vautrin-Lud Prize, regarded as the Nobel Prize of Geography, is awarded there. The Drop'n Rock festival takes place in summer, in June or July.

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This mountain road offers magnificent viewpoints!

This famous road of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park dominates mountains, alpine pastures (hautes chaumes), lakes, round-topped mountains (ballons) and forests. What a magnificent view! It is possible to sample typical dishes in the numerous farmhouse inns lining the "Crest Road", such as the famous, hearty marcaire meal of rustic mountain food. This meal traditionally consists of several courses: a meat pie, then smoked pork with potatoes, then Munster cheese and lastly a fruit tart.

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A magnificent panoramic view of the Vosges from its summit, chamois to be seen in the evening

In the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park, the Hohneck reaches its peak at 1,362 metres. This natural site offers a magnificent panoramic view of the Vosges, its mountains, its hautes chaumes (alpine pastures) and its lakes. At the peak, a viewpoint indicator points to the surrounding places of interest.

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Natural Park
Cascades - Tendon

The waterfall of Tendon, the longest waterfall in the Vosges, is a miraculous oasis of freshness. Drowned in the woods, she breaks about thirty meters, polishing her flanks of stone. At about twenty minutes, about 1 kilometer distant, the small cascade of Tendon disturbs in its turn, in a descent…

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The leafiest town in France, at the heart of the Vosges

The River Moselle runs through Épinal, in the department of Vosges. The city benefits from a strategic position at the heart of Europe, in close proximity to Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Belgium.

Épinal consists of two separate districts on either side of the Moselle: on the right bank is the historical quarter, and on the left bank is the new town.

In the thousand-year-old historical centre, you will find the charming Place des Vosges lined with Renaissance arcade houses, including the Bailiff's house built in 1604, the basilica, the covered market and the Chapter Museum. A Historic Monument, the Basilica of St. Maurice, built between the 11th and 13th centuries, has been a place of pilgrimage for a long time. Its architecture is a blend of several styles: Gothic, Champenois and Burgundian.

Perched on a hill, the remains of the medieval castle are also listed Historic Monuments. Offering a beautiful view of the city, the pleasant castle park spans 26 hectares and is ideal for a walk with the family. Highlights include a medieval garden, terraced orchards, an animal park and a children's play area!

The Chapter Museum (Musée du Chapitre), based in a medieval tower, tells the story of the city. In the Chapitre district, whose name is a reference to the canonesses who lived in Épinal until the Revolution, there are some beautiful canonial houses from the 16th to 18th centuries. Close by is the history and archaeology museum, based in one of the towers in the old ramparts.

Five minutes' walk from the city centre, Épinal harbour has electric boats for hire, to take you up the Moselle. Pleasure craft are welcome here. There is also a cycle path and the Bicycle House (Maison du Vélo).

Lastly, Épinal is also the city of the renowned "images", the famous little popular prints in bright colours, which you can admire at the Museum of the Image.

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A magnificent village along the Wine Trail

This village is an essential place to visit while in the vineyards of Alsace for its superb architectural heritage: narrow paved streets, old timber-framed houses, Rhenish Renaissance town hall, ruin of a 13th-century castle overlooking the village and a 16th-century fortified bridge offering a beautiful view of the river.

The Christmas market in Kaysersberg is well-known for its authentic character.

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A major museum devoted to the image-making tradition

Did you know that the image-making tradition of Vosges' capital dates back to the 18th century? Back then, card and coloured paper-makers helped to make it famous all over Europe, by creating original popular images that were then reproduced in the 19th century by the printers Pinot and Pellerin. The town of Épinal thus wanted to pay tribute to this image-making heritage by opening the Cité de l'Image in 2003, bringing together an impressive and ever-expanding collection of around 110,000 works, one of the biggest in the world!

A true heritage treasure, the Cité de l'Image's collection is a reflection of society in bygone days, charting changes in tastes and customs. From Perrault's fairy tales to Napoleon, from the Americas to the '60s, the permanent exhibition room of 400 m² tells the story of the popular image, engravers and image-makers while explaining the function of the image: instructing, selling, promotional, religious and propaganda images, etc. The messages delivered are often clear but sometimes more subtle: to help visitors understand them, there are explanation texts, interactive terminals, video montages and even an audio-guide in 5 languages.

For conservation reasons, the images on display are regularly stored away, so the museum is never exactly the same twice, and you will discover new works every time you visit.

The museum is also designed with children in mind, with its educational games and special workshops, and the gift shop is a true Ali Baba's cave with its catalogues designed to look like history books, and reproductions of images to give as a gift or just treat yourself.

As the Cité de l'Image was built near to the old Pellerin print works, you can buy a combined ticket on both sites allowing you to complete your visit with a tour of the workshops, where you can learn all about printing techniques!

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A hiker's paradise, this is one of the biggest Regional Nature Parks in France

Created in 1989, the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park covers the three former regions of Alsace, Franche-Comté and Lorraine, and more precisely, the four departments that are Haut-Rhin, Haute-Saône, Vosges and the Territory of Belfort. Its area of 3,000 km² makes it one of France's biggest Nature Parks. It contains 14 peaks, including the highest, the Grand Ballon d'Alsace, at 1,424 metres in altitude.

This magnificent protected territory offers some beautiful natural and cultural heritage. On the nature side of things, there is a series of mountain landscapes, ballons (rounded mountain peaks) and high-altitude pastures. There are two treasures: the big ridge that forms the Upper Vosges, with its woodland-covered slopes, and the Mille Étangs plateau in Franche-Comté. High stubble fields, peat bogs, lakes and rivers, and oak, beech and pine forests make up most of these natural landscapes. The fauna and flora are abundant, and typical of the massif: lynx, peregrine falcons, deer, chamois, grey wolves (back since 2011), cranberries, mountain pansies, fringed pinks, sundews... and medicinal plants like arnica.

The Vosges Mountains have been shaped by human activity: water, wood and stone have enabled industry and craft to develop, as evidenced by the many sawmills, granite quarries, textile factories and sandstone tiles that cover the roofs.

When it comes to culture, the Park has 350 "Historic Monument" sites, 2 "Land of Art and History" territories, a dozen remarkable villages and some themed routes: the Ridges Route, Alsace Wine Route, Cheese Route, Thousand Ponds Route, etc.

Lovers of memorial tourism will also be satisfied by the many World War-related sites.

Two thermal resorts await spa fans: Plombières-les-Bains in Vosges, and Luxeuil-les-Bains in Haute-Saône.

The beautiful landscapes of the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park can be explored on foot along the many marked paths, by bike, on horseback, but also on snowshoes or by cross-country skiing in winter… Some superb spots await nature-lovers wishing to enjoy the lush countryside: lakes for water sports, thirty or so natural sites with climbing facilities, via ferrata, fishing or hang-gliding sites, etc.

The Park House in Munster has a permanent exhibition and provides visitors with all the information they need to explore the Park.

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Peaceful valley situated in the heart of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park

This peaceful valley of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park is surrounded by hills and mountains. What a beautiful place! The River Fecht flows here.

Tourist site
World-renowned for its expertise in the field of crystal

Halfway between Nancy and Strasbourg lies Baccarat, a town in Meurthe-et-Moselle that has earned the "Applied Arts Town" ("Ville et Métiers d'Art") label. Its global reputation is built on crystal manufacturing.

It was Louis XV who first ordered the opening of a glassworks in Baccarat. This became a crystal glassworks and received its first royal commission in 1823. In the 19th century, the company entered the luxury market. Today, it is the leading crystal manufacturer in France and employs the best glass-makers, glass-blowers and glass-cutters, around twenty of whom have earned the accolade of Best Workers in France (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France). Their work is exported all around the world.

Crystal is everywhere in Baccarat, and its secrets are revealed in the museum devoted to it. There you can learn about manufacturing techniques and see remarkable pieces: jewellery, tableware, lamps, decoration, etc.

Many specialist shops sell products made at the factory, such as glasses, vases, jewellery and decorative objects, each one more elegant than the one before it.

The unusual 20th-century Church of St. Remy, built of wood and concrete inlaid with 20,000 pieces of crystal, is adorned with magnificent stained glass windows made by Baccarat artists.

One of France's most floral villages, Baccarat still has traces of its medieval past with the Tower of Voués. Standing 30 metres tall, it was built in 1305 on a rock on the orders of Henry I, Lord of Blâmont, in order to protect the serfs' homes.

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Health resort

This Trois-Épis health resort of the Orbey valley, region of forests of fir trees, constitutes an excellent departure point for hiking.

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Fortified town with beautiful colourful houses

Surrounded by vineyards, this fortified town is a jewel. The village of Riquewihr is full of with beautiful colourful half-timbered residences and facades decorated with old shop signs. Some houses are decorated with pretty oriel windows. Omnipresent flowers and creepers add to the charm of the village.

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This prestigious establishment houses the famous Isenheim altarpiece

When visiting Colmar, be sure not to miss the Unterlinden Museum; this Fine Arts Museum is one of the most popular in France and its exhibits include the famous Isenheim altarpiece by Matthias Grünewald, a set of several panels painted in the early 16th century, the centre of which is devoted to St. Anthony.

The collections at the museum, which was renovated in late 2015 and now has twice as much floor space as before, are divided between the old convent for old art and art objects, and the contemporary building for modern art collections and temporary exhibitions. An underground gallery connects the two, and offers visitors a panorama of art from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

The museum's renovation has taken place following a town planning-inspired approach. The square, Place Unterlinden, has thus regained its historic significance as the former "Ackerhof", which in the Middle Ages consisted of the farm and stables facing the convent.

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Little Venice, romantic district of the old town of Colmar

Capital of the Alsace wines, Colmar has preserved its rich architectural heritage, as well as its picturesque character. The Unterlinden museum, dedicated to Rhenish art, is an essential place to visit in the town. Showing collections of medieval and Renaissance paintings and sculptures, this former Dominican convent also has the famous Isenheim Altarpiece by Matthias Grünewald on display.

The old districts, with their old half-timbered houses and facades decorated with old forged iron shop signs, are a real delight. One of the most popular places in Colmar is the Petite Venise district (Little Venice), that is very romantic. The beautiful half-timbered houses and colourful walls on the Poissonnerie quayside and the small flower-covered bridges spanning the Lauch river add to the charm of the place. A boat tour on the canal is also a lovely way to discover the pretty banks of the Petite Venise.

The Tanneurs (Tanners) district is very picturesque, with its tall houses and attics formerly used for drying skins. The Marchands (Traders) street is known for its beautiful residences and especially for the Pfister's house dating from 1537, decorated with an corner oriel window and a wooden gallery. It is in this street that is located Auguste Bartholdi's birth house, who is the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty in New York. This ancient residence is today home to a museum exhibiting the work of the artist.

The visit of the old town continues with the Saint-Martin collegiate church, an ancient cathedral of the 13th and 14th century; the Dominicans church of Rhenish Gothic style; the arcades house ("maison des Arcades") and the former customs ("Ancienne Douane"), Koïfhus, with its pretty, busy square featuring a fountain.

The wine fair in Colmar takes place in August and is a must. This festival features tastings, gastronomy, exhibitions and animations. The atmosphere is great! Colmar's International festival in July is a major classical music event. In winter, during the Christmas break, the old town of Colmar is very pretty with its illuminations, its decorations, and its friendly Christmas markets.

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Meet the beautiful that symbolises Alsace at the NaturOparC in Hunawihr

The symbol of Alsace, the white stork is part of local people's cultural heritage in this part of France. Stork nests are regularly found on the roofs of houses, church bell towers and other towers in the towns and villages of Alsace.

This majestic bird with a long, pointed beak and black and white plumage is a long-distance migrant which heads for milder southern climes at the end of autumn. Its return to Alsace for nesting in February or March heralds the arrival of spring. The stork particularly appreciates this region's prolific natural environment, with its wet meadows and pastures providing an abundant food supply, including amphibians and small aquatic animals.

This beautiful wading bird, thought to bring good luck to the house where it makes its nest, is a protected species. In Hunawihr, in Haut-Rhin, the stork and otter reintroduction centre, now known as NaturOparC, is a large animal park covering 5 hectares which works to preserve endangered local species, including the white stork. It's a must-see...

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An exceptional monument overlooking the Alsace Plain

No-one travelling the Wine Route can pass by Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle without stopping for a visit. This impressive fortress, dominating the Alsace Plain at over 750 metres in altitude, stands proudly in the municipality of Orschwiller and is a high point of any stay in the Alsace area.

The imposing building, erected in the 12th century, has been destroyed and rebuilt several times. Besieged, pillaged and abandoned after 1633, it was restored at the beginning of the 20th century by an architect specialising in medieval fortifications, Bodo Ebhardt. His talent enabled the building to retain its identity as a medieval fortress with its double enclosure, 62-metre-high keep, bastions and main courtyard.

Children and adults alike will marvel at the inn, the fountain, the mill and the forge in the lower courtyard, through which you access the castle grounds. The drawbridge then leads the visitor to the inner courtyard, where the hexagonal staircase leads to the richly furnished apartments, including the empress's antechamber, the Lorraine chamber and the Kaiser's room. The southern living quarters house the trophy room and the armoury, which displays a collection of around 100 bladed weapons from the late Middle Ages.

Two other drawbridges lead to the Grand Bastion, where the cannons are displayed. From the top of the two towers, you can enjoy an exceptional view of the Alsace Plain, the Vosges, the Black Forest, and even the Alps on a clear day!

Visiting the 900-year-old Haut-Koenigsbourg, with its long and tumultuous history, is like taking an epic trip back in time. You will discover a remarkable model of a 15th-century mountain fortress, while being immersed in the turbulent atmosphere of the time.

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Its central square, its narrow paved streets, its old half-timbered houses

This village on the Wine Trail listed among the most beautiful of France is built with streets arranged in concentric circles all around its castle. It's pleasant to wander around the narrow paved streets full of beautiful old half-timbered houses with geranium-bedecked wooden windows and balconies. The central square is also magnificent with its fountain, the Eguisheim castle and the colourful Saint-Léon-IX chapel. In the surroundings of Eguisheim, The the Eguisheim Keeps, the Hohlandsbourg castle and the Pflixbourg keeps.

In August, the village comes alive with its stork festival and wine growers festival.

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An amazing experience in direct contact with Barbary macaques
Wick, Kintzheim
03 88 92 11 09

Not far from the majestic Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, amid the Alsace hills, La Montagne des Singes monkey park covers 24 hectares of forest in an exceptional setting. In this picturesque place in Kintzheim, over 200 Barbary macaques, also known as "Magots", live in freedom and visitors can walk among them in total safety.

These monkeys, which usually live in the Moroccan or Algerian mountains, are perfectly adapted to the rigours of the Alsace winter. Children and adults will be amazed to see these intrepid, endearing, curious and food-loving animals so close. They will not hesitate to approach visitors, who can hand-feed them some of the popcorn provided on the way in!

Children will love to share in the joy of this unusual and original attraction, coming into direct contact with the macaques, watching them eat, groom each other, frolic, communicate by sounds and mimicry, and performing acrobatics. The guides' commentaries will help you decipher their behaviour, and you can watch regular feeding sessions. A family scavenger hunt, with a prize for the winners, will delight young Sherlock Holmes wannabes.

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Its Grand'Rue lined with half-timbered houses...

This small town of Ribeauvillé on the Wine Trail is very welcoming with its high street lined with numerous half-timbered houses.

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Highest peak of the Vosges massif

Reaching 1,424 metres at its highest point, the Grand Ballon is the highest peak of the Vosges mountains. A radar in the shape of a big white ball stands at the top, as well as a commemorative monument. A footpath offering numerous viewpoints takes walkers up to the summit. There is a beautiful view of surrounding area from the peak.

Champ de Roches
Natural Park
Lac de Longemer
Natural Park
Lake Gérardmer
The biggest natural lake in the Vosges!
La Tour de Merelle
Observatory - Point of view
Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
Its town centre has earned the 20th Century Heritage label
The crest road
This mountain road offers magnificent viewpoints!
The Hohneck
A magnificent panoramic view of the Vosges from its summit, chamois to be seen in the evening
Cascades de Tendon
Natural Park
Épinal
The leafiest town in France, at the heart of the Vosges
Kaysersberg
A magnificent village along the Wine Trail
The Cité de l'Image
A major museum devoted to the image-making tradition
The Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park
A hiker's paradise, this is one of the biggest Regional Nature Parks in France
The Munster valley
Peaceful valley situated in the heart of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park
Baccarat and its crystal glassworks
World-renowned for its expertise in the field of crystal
Trois-Épis
Health resort
Riquewihr
Fortified town with beautiful colourful houses
The Unterlinden Musem in Colmar
This prestigious establishment houses the famous Isenheim altarpiece
Colmar
Little Venice, romantic district of the old town of Colmar
The stork of Alsace
Meet the beautiful that symbolises Alsace at the NaturOparC in Hunawihr
Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle
An exceptional monument overlooking the Alsace Plain
Eguisheim
Its central square, its narrow paved streets, its old half-timbered houses
La Montagne des Singes
An amazing experience in direct contact with Barbary macaques
Ribeauvillé
Its Grand'Rue lined with half-timbered houses...
The Grand Ballon
Highest peak of the Vosges massif
Museum
316 route de colmar - Xonrupt-Longemer
03 29 60 01 27

Stones of the world welcomes you in the heart of the haute-vosges with a magnificent exhibition of more than 350 m ² of minerals, jewels, geodes, sculptures of the World.

Museum
627 route de colmar - Xonrupt-Longemer
03 29 63 39 50

The Lorraine Wildlife Museum is located in the heart of the Vosges mountains, in Xonrupt-Longemer. You will discover a presentation of wild animals of Lorraine in their daily environment.

An exceptional walk, rich in discoveries.

Other cultural site
25 Boulevard de la Jamagne - Gérardmer
03 29 60 09 06

In the workshop that smells like maple chips, Patrick and Beatrice will welcome you and make you discover the path of a range that becomes hoof.

Other cultural site
683 Hervafaing - -Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
03 29 50 31 54

The sheepfold was created by the community of communes of Haute Meurthe in 1999 to exploit non-mechanized land and maintain the landscape. It is located in the municipality of Ban-sur-Meurthe - Clefcy, in the remarkable Straiture Valley within the Regional Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges.

The sheepfold offers :

• Educational animations

• Visit of the farm

• Sheep shearing

• Demonstration of the work of sheepdogs

• Artisanal processing of wool

Other cultural site
Défilé de Straiture - -Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
03 29 50 45 54

Located in the heart of the Vosges mountains, in the Straiture Pass, this sawmill is the last witness of a rural industrial past.

The Scierie du Lançoir, unique in its kind, will allow you to discover a highly symbolic place of the Vosges.

During your visit to our beautiful region, stop for a moment to come and share a moment of relaxation and discovery, which will dazzle young and old alike.

The guided tour (1 hour approx.) Deals with the life of the Sagards, these people of the mountain living in autarky. The visitor is challenged on the ingenuity of men to use hydraulic power. When the blade of the Haut-Fer bites the wood, we touch the finger that intimately links the know-how of men, water and the forest.

A souvenir shop is also available, made of wooden objects made at the sawmill.

Museum
7 9 rue du 13 regiment - Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
06 85 16 27 18

Trainland or the animated miniature train museum

History and evolution of rail transport from the end of the 19th century to our time. Exhibition of model trains (more than 500 locomotives, different scales).

A unique museum and a wonderful and magical world.

A world of dreams and magic where, in an exceptional place, decors and dioramas are all more magical than the others. A total change of scenery and a wonderful journey to discover the world through small and large trains.

On a surface of 500 m², you will discover by a route the particularities and the history of the different countries that you will cross with family with happiness.

Other cultural site
3, chemin du prés d'anis - -Liezey
03 29 61 84 84

Cutting and manufacture of wooden toys and various decorative objects. Demonstration workshop, exhibition and sales shop, small museum of animated toys and narration of tales and legends…

Museum
85 Rue du Général Dufieux, 1 rue du musée - -Lapoutroie
03 89 47 50 26

Small museum on the theme of brandies and liqueurs. There are collections of bottles, stills, the history of absinthe… visit is free and free, tasting after the visit with possibility of purchase.

Museum
28 Rue de la Gare Peccavillers - Le Syndicat
03 29 26 58 10

Come discover the wonders of the planet Earth

Admiring spectacular exhibitions

Which will seduce young and old :

• History of granite

• Black light

• Paleontology

• Petrology

• Minerals

• Shop

Other cultural site
30 Rue du Général de Gaulle, - -Kaysersberg-Vignoble
03 89 47 14 97

Meet the glassblowers, a manufacturing workshop open to the public, the art of the unique piece made before your eyes.

Other cultural site
47 rue de la gare - -Le-Thillot
03 29 25 03 33

An amazing heritage, an adventure for all !

Today, the Hautes-Mynes offer an authentic and fun discovery of this exceptional heritage : an underground route in the galleries in the granite to imagine a minor in the seventeenth century, a discovery trail in the mountains to explore the remains of the activity, an interpretation area with models, videos, equipment and tools to understand the ingenious techniques implemented by this community of miners living in the mountains.

Bookable activity
Colmar

Explore the city with family and friends, let our application guide you ! Discover its buildings, heroes, legends and secrets. Play together ! Navigate through the city, take quizzes and observation challenges. Your answers will unlock 6 specially selected local Alsatian surprises from the backpack ! Price per group ! Share 1 pack containing 6 surprises. All group members can download the app. Totally flexible : take a break when you want (museums, restaurants, shopping…) then continue exploring the city ! This guided tour is compatible with the Christmas markets. Take the tour whenever you want ! The pack can be picked up at the Colmar tourist office, open every day : Monday to Saturday 09:00 - 18:00Sunday/Holiday 10:00 - 13:00Audioguide included ! Read the texts or listen to the audio commentary. Offline mode included ! Take the tour without internet connection after unlocking the application with your email and password. It is possible to download the audio commentaries before the tour so that they are available without internet access in the city. New update 10/21/2023-New app design-Map with GPS location-Quiz with points. Who will score the highest ? You will receive the password by email (via Viator/Tripadvisor, and on Whatsapp) the day before the tour. (If you would like several backpacks, please make several bookings) A cultural, innovative and fun experience !

Duration
  • 150 minutes
Included in the price
  • 1 backpack containing 6 local surprises from Alsace: specially selected decorative and gastronomic souvenirs
  • Works without internet access (after the first connection with email and password)
  • Full access to the Hopla Guide mobile app
  • Audioguide
  • A high quality historical tour in French, English, German and Spanish
  • An illustrated map of the city with the trail
In detail
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
1 place Unterlinden

Once a convent for Dominican sisters, the Musée Unterlinden is now home to even more holy relics. Alongside the famous Isenheim Altarpiece are a number of other altars from the Middle Ages – including the largest collection of paintings by Martin Schongauer.

Art isn't all there is. The museum's collection of archaeological finds spans around 7,000 years, including Greco-Roman mosaics, a 17th-century harpsichord, and modern marvels such as Jean Dubuffet's Don Coucoubazar.

Included in the price
  • • Access to permanent collection and temporary exhibition
Not included in the price
  • • Audio guide (for an extra fee on-site, available in French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin and Japanese)
In detail
  • Maximum size for bags allowed inside: 40cm x 30cm x 20cm.
  • Please show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
  • • Kids under 12 can join for free, no ticket needed
  • • Reduced tickets on-site for groups (min 15 pax), welfare recipients, jobseekers and disabled visitors (all with valid proof)
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Bookable activity
12 Place de la Cathédrale

Make like a marshmallow and get dunked into a world of chocolatey goodness, with a ticket to Choco Story Colmar. This cocoa-riffic attraction will satisfy your sweet tooth _and_ your thirst for knowledge.

Discover the history of cocoa and ogle delicious-looking eye-candy – like a Statue of Liberty made from tempered chocolate. Watch expert chocolate-making demonstrations from wizard-like chocolatiers, craft your own, and chomp your way through as much choc as your body can handle.

Included in the price
  • • Admission to the museum
  • • Audio guide (available in English, French, German & Chinese)
  • • Demonstration with a chocolate maker
  • • Chocolate tasting
Not included in the price
  • • Hot chocolate
  • • Chocolate workshop (available for purchase on-site)
In detail
  • Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
  • • Reduced tickets available on-site for students and seniors
  • • Children under 3 get in free, no ticket needed
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Bookable activity
Colmar

During this workshop, you will learn dipping techniques as you make marshmallows, orangettes and praline cubes, guided by master chocolatiers. Then you will make and decorate your own mini chocolate bars. You will leave with your creations, as well as the mold that was used to make them. This ticket includes access to all exhibition rooms so before or after the workshop, enjoy visiting this interactive museum to dive into the world of chocolate !

Duration
  • 45 minutes
In detail
  • Make your own chocolates with a master chocolatier
  • Children must be over 6 years old to participate to the workshop
  • Take your creations home with you
  • Children under 8 years old may participate only if accompanied by an adult
  • Access to all exhibition rooms is included
  • The workshops are available in French and English
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Pets are not allowed on the premises
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Bookable activity
Colmar

In a friendly atmosphere, get together with friends or family to discover the secrets of our master chocolatier. Chocolate offers so many possibilities ! You will have the pleasure of reproducing your own personalized chocolate bars at home with ease. The service includes the 45-minute chocolate workshop and 1h30 audio-guided tour of the museum.

Duration
  • 150 minutes
Included in the price
  • 45-minute chocolate workshop
  • 1h30 audio-guided tour of the museum
In detail
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • From 6 years old. Under 8 years old, the child must be accompanied (the accompanying person is paying).
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Other cultural site
Route de ribeauvillé - Hunawihr
03 89 73 33 33

We present to you for the pleasure of the eyes, a fascinating collection of exotic butterflies, living freely among a luxuriant flora.

The visitor strolls among hundreds of butterflies from Africa, Asia and America and thus discovers the hidden life of these jewels of nature.

The biggest butterflies in the world are waiting for your visit.

Bookable activity
Colmar

Explore Colmar with a mobile app self-guided tour and discover its most iconic places, legends, and secrets. Take quizzes and challenges with your friends and family to unlock local surprises. A cultural, innovative and fun experience ! Discover the most iconic places of Colmar, its buildings, heroes, legends and secrets. Follow the instructions of the app and smoothly navigate in the old town. The tour is made to make you interact with the city, so you will have to look up and observe your environment. You can read the texts or listen to the audio commentary. Offline mode is included as well if you prefer. Play together with your friends and family, answer questions and take observation challenges. Your answers will unlock 6 specially selected Alsatian surprises from the backpack. Those are iconic items of the region, decorative and gastronomic. The tour is totally flexible, take a break whenever and wherever you want (museums, restaurants, shopping…) or you can also spread the tour over several days.

Duration
  • 2 hours 30 minutes
In detail
  • Discover the most iconic places of Colmar, its buildings, heroes, legends and secrets
  • Download the mobile app beforehand: search for "Hopla Guide Colmar" in the Apple Store or Google Play Store. You will receive the app password on the voucher after booking
  • Get a backpack containing 6 local surprises: specially selected decorative and gastronomic souvenirs
  • Take the tour without an internet connection after unlocking the application with your email and password. It is possible to download the audio commentaries before the tour so that they are available without internet access in the city
  • Enjoy a totally flexible tour, take a break when you want, or spread the tour over several days
  • The backpack can be picked up at the Colmar tourist office. Opening hours of the tourist office: Monday to Saturday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday and holidays: 10 am - 1 pm
  • Show your reservation email at the reception desk to get your backpack. The tour starts right in front of the tourist office. Other group members can download the app, log in with the same email and use the app at the same time
  • Recommended number of participants per backpack/ticket purchased: from 1 to 6 persons (to share the 6 surprises). If you are more than 6, please consider ordering more backpacks/tickets. All group members can download the app
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

You'll depart in the morning from Colmar, the heart of the Alsace wine region, and travel through the wine trail in a comfortable air-conditioned transport enjoying the views of the rolling green hills and abundant vineyards. Visit the quaint villages of Kientzheim, Kaysersberg, Turckheim and Eguisheim. The colorful half-timbered houses and renaissance-style houses and cobblestoned streets make these centuries-old villages truly picturesque. Visit a family-owned winemaker cellar to experience the established methods of local winemaking and of course the opportunity to sample the results ! You'll travel back to Colmar around 5:30 pm.

Duration
  • 8 hours
In detail
  • Visit four picturesque villages in one day
  • This tour operates with a minimum of 2 people
  • Learn about the wine-making process
  • If you're traveling with kids you need to indicate their age after booking in order to make sure to have the right seat/booster for the tour. You'll find the local operator's contact details in the voucher
  • Taste locally produced wines at a family-owned winery
  • It's recommended to wear comfortable shoes
  • Please note that it's not allowed to eat in the vehicle
  • The tour is not wheelchair or stroller accessible
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 2 days before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

Bring Your Memories Home from Colmar with a Unique Photographic Momento

Stroll down the historic Old Town, explore the top sights, savor local delicacies and have it all captured in beautiful professional photographs !

Treat yourself to this unique experience that will leave you with amazing vacation snapshots you'll cherish for many years to come ! It's not just exploring the spots you would normally miss but also about not worrying about missing out from the family photos, having awkwardly cropped pictures from a couple's retreat or being forced to ask strangers to use your camera on a solo trip.

This experience will simply leave you with the best souvenir one can possibly bring back from a trip to Colmar. Try it, you'll love it !

highlights :

• private photo session with a local professional for your party only

• 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee

• Top photo spots, outfits and the best time of the day recommendations

• Special requests option

• HD edited photo delivery in 4 business days

• Professional print and delivery to your doorstep option

• Have this experience with as many people as you wish, the cost doesn't change

Duration
  • 1 hour 40 minutes
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Bookable activity
Colmar

Instagram Influencer Photo Experience in Colmar

Have you always wondered where Instagram influencers get their gorgeous travel photos from ? Wonder no more, we're here for you !

Hire your very own personal photographer in Colmar who knows all beautiful photo spots which will make your Instagram account pop ! Explore the hidden gems, get local tips and enjoy yourself during a unique experience. It will surely become your most treasured souvenir adored by everyone who lays their eyes on it !

The good news is that all your loved ones can join you too ! The cost is always for the whole group and doesn't change ! So what are you waiting for ? Book your private photo session with a handpicked pro and get the best vacation memories captured in HD edited photographs !

highlights :

• private photo session with a local professional for your party only

• 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee

• Top photo spots, outfits and the best time of the day recommendations

• Special requests option

• HD edited photo delivery in 4 business days

• Professional print and delivery to your doorstep option

• Have this experience with as many people as you wish, the cost doesn't change

Duration
  • 1 hour 40 minutes
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Bookable activity
Colmar

Trendiest Colmar Experience with a Photo Souvenir You'll Treasure Forever

Discover the main sites and hidden photo spots in Colmar, learn about the local culture, get the best recommendations on what to do and most importantly, have a personal professional photographer to perfectly capture these moments in stunning pictures !

The photographer will be there for you and your party only so you don't have to worry about sharing the spotlight with strangers ! He/she will also get in touch with you before the photoshoot, suggest the ideal outfits, the best time of the day to meet up and awesome photo spots that will fit your photo occasion.

So what are you waiting for ? Book a personal photographer for your couples retreat, paparazzi-style photoshoot, marriage proposal, engagement, destination wedding, honeymoon or just a great day ! You will not just massively step up your Instagram game but also receive plenty of WOWs from your family and friends.

Highlights :

• private photo session with a local professional for your party only

• 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee

• Top photo spots, outfits and the best time of the day recommendations

• Special requests option

• HD edited photo delivery in 4 business days

• Professional print and delivery to your doorstep option

• Have this experience with as many people as you wish, the cost doesn't change

Duration
  • 1 hour 40 minutes
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Bookable activity
40 Rue Vauban

Take your imagination for a stroll down memory lane with a visit to the charming Toy Museum of Colmar. Discover hundreds of toys and games from the 19th century all the way to the present day, and see how play has evolved over the years – and what it can teach us about ourselves.

From vintage rocking horses to venerable toy soldiers and elegant porcelain dolls to iconic games and today's popular toys, it's a unique and fun slice of culture that'll rekindle the magic of childhood.

Included in the price
  • • Entrance to the museum
  • • Access to temporary exhibitions
  • • Access to the playroom and the puppet show
In detail
  • • The puppet show takes place at 11:00,15:00 and 16:30 every day
  • • During French school holidays, the museum is open every day from 10:00 to 18:00
  • Show your smartphone ticket at the ticket office.
  • Kids under 8 get in for free, no ticket needed.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

Colmar is renowned for its chocolate-box architecture and medieval history—and this Instagram walking tour offers the ideal way to capture its most scenic corners. Pick from a range of start times from morning to evening, meet your guide in central Colmar, and set off with just a small group for company. You'll see photogenic highlights like Colmar's canals and Maison Pfister, all while your guide offers photography tips and tricks.

Duration
  • 90 minutes
Advantages
  • This small-group tour is capped at just six to keep things personal
  • Capture Colmar's most photogenic corners with your camera or phone
  • A number of start times are available for your convenience
  • Your guide will share stories about the city (and insider photo tips)
Included in the price
  • A Local that wants to show you his city!
Not included in the price
  • Personal expenses during the Experience
  • Snacks
In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Museum
48 rue de mirecourt - Ville-sur-Illon
03 29 36 58 05

The Vosges Ecomuseum of the brewery is located in a city famous for its brewers.

The museum traces the history of the brewery, including the four essential stages : malting, brewing, fermentation and the guard. The museum also highlights the beer economy.

Le Haut-Fer de Brouaumont
Art gallery in La Houssière
Pierres du Monde
Museum in Xonrupt-Longemer
Musée Faune Lorraine
Museum in Xonrupt-Longemer
La Saboterie des Lacs
Other cultural site in Gérardmer
La Bergerie de Straiture
Other cultural site in -Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
La Scierie du Lançoir
Other cultural site in -Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
Musée Trainland
Museum in Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
Artisanat Découpes et Jouets en Bois
Other cultural site in -Liezey
Musée des Eaux de vie René De Miscault
Museum in -Lapoutroie
Musée Terrae Genesis : Centre de Géologie
Museum in Le Syndicat
Verrerie d’Art de Kaysersberg
Other cultural site in -Kaysersberg-Vignoble
Maison Images d'Epinal
Art gallery in Épinal
Mine de Cuivre
Other cultural site in -Le-Thillot
Self-Guided and Interactive City Tour - Colmar
Bookable activity in Colmar
Unterlinden Museum: Entry Ticket
Bookable activity in Colmar
Choco Story Colmar: Entry Ticket + Audio Guide
Bookable activity in Colmar
Chocolate Making Workshop at Choco Story Colmar
Bookable activity in Colmar
Colmar: Chocolate Creation Workshop at Choco-Story
Bookable activity in Colmar
Les Jardins des Papillons Exotiques
Other cultural site in Hunawihr
Colmar Interactive Self-Guided City Tour
Bookable activity in Colmar
Wine Road Full-day Tour to Four Quaint Villages With Wine Tasting
Bookable activity in Colmar
Bring Your Memories Home From Colmar With a Unique Photographic Momento
Bookable activity in Colmar
Instagram Influencer Photo Experience in Colmar
Bookable activity in Colmar
Trendiest Colmar Experience With a Photo Souvenir You'll Treasure Forever
Bookable activity in Colmar
The Toy Museum of Colmar: Entry Ticket
Bookable activity in Colmar
Colmar Small-Group Instagram Photo Walking Tour
Bookable activity in Colmar
Ecomusée Vosgien de la Brasserie
Museum in Ville-sur-Illon
Other entertainment
73, Boulevard de Colmar - Gérardmer
03 29 63 03 62

Planet Evasion offers various activities for all weather indoor and outdoor, all year in Gerardmer.

Paintball, Laser Game, Mountainbike Rental and Gym are waiting for you !

Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
  • Sunday: 08:30 AM – 07:00 PM
Amusement park
Tree-climbing
Chemin du Launard - Gérardmer
06 06 88 87 00

Find yourself in the skin of Tarzan on the bridges of monkeys, zip lines, and the only via-ferrata of the massif by discovering a magnificent site.

Other entertainment
Col de la schlucht - -Barr
03 29 63 11 38

At La Schucht, we also slide in summer !

107 meters of altitude difference, 2 tracks of 850 meters ! Guaranteed sensations with family or friends !

Other entertainment
La bresse - La Bresse
03 29 25 68 78

At La Bresse-Hohneck, fun for the whole family, Schlitte Mountain is a sledge on rails.

900 m loop alternating banked turns, waves, jumps, spin at 340 °. Guaranteed sensations !

Passengers board a sledge equipped with seat belts, head restraints for the rear passenger, braking system and automatic brakes on arrival. Thrills safely !

From 3 years and accompanied by an adult for children under 1m25, Schlitte Mountain is open all year, during school holidays and weekends and holidays outside school holidays.

Amusement park
50, Rue de la Colline des Eaux - Jeanménil
03 29 65 27 06

A western park west of Lorraine, logical. Except in Fraispertuis City, you never draw revolvers. The only relaxation allowed is that which is obtained on the attractions of the park.

Located in Jeanménil, this park of 35 attractions covers 5 hectares of decor worthy of a comic strip. With 14 family-friendly attractions, 12 for children and 11 for children and adults alike, parents and children will be delighted by the attractions on offer.

Bookable activity
Riquewihr

Want to discover the Alsace Wine Route in an original and friendly way ? Spend a magical day as a couple or with friends, our excursion offers you to visit Colmar and Riquewihr and play the Ammerschwihr golf course. Let our English and German-speaking guides guide you aboard a luxury car. The day ends with a tasting of Alsace wines.

Included in the price
  • 2 hours of golf
  • Private transportation
  • Lunch
Not included in the price
  • Gratuities
  • Dinner
  • Breakfast
In detail
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

Unique in Colmar ! Enjoy a guided historical tour of Colmar, focused on our typical gastronomy ! Our certified guide is fond of Alsatian cooking, from middle ages to nowadays. You'll taste some of our best local products such as : - Wine & foie gras- Kougelhopf, bredalas- Chocolate, Macarons

Duration
  • 180 minutes
Included in the price
  • Certified guide, expert in Alsatian gastronomy, from middle ages to nowadays
  • Snacks
  • Historical guided tour of Colmar
In detail
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Walking and Guided time is included on the total tour duration
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

If you prefer to explore a city alone rather than following a large group around, then this self-guided scavenger hunt game in Colmar is a smart choice. Don't worry about having to pick up equipment, as you can access the game from your smartphone. So just access an app, solve clues, and follow a map to take you between 10 of the city's most important attractions.

Duration
  • 120 minutes
Advantages
  • Check off the key sights of Colmar by playing a scavenger hunt game
  • No need for a guide: Enjoy a self-guided experience
  • Flexible experience: Take breaks whenever you like
  • Easy-to-access game: Just use your smartphone
Included in the price
  • App-map-tour
Not included in the price
  • Entry fees
In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Colmar

France's Alsace region is home to a number of top wineries—and this private tour offers the most personalized way to explore and taste. Pick between half- and full-day options, meet your driver directly at your Colmar hotel, and set off at a time that works best for you. The itinerary is totally up to you, but you can look forward to visiting different wineries and tasting locally made wines (own expense).

Duration
  • 480 minutes
Advantages
  • This private tour gives you the freedom to customize your itinerary
  • Pick between half- or full-day options to fit your budget and schedule
  • Leave the driving to someone else, and focus on enjoyment
  • Visit only the wineries that you most want to see
Included in the price
  • Private transportation
  • Bottled water
  • In-vehicle air conditioning
  • Parking fees
In detail
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Eguisheim

Savor the sights and flavors of the Alsace region on a private half-day tour from Basel. This immersive adventure is perfect for travelers who want to get off the beaten path and discover Alacian history, culture, and wines. You'll visit local vineyards and sample several locally produced wines and learn about the winemaking process. Along the way, enjoy the picturesque medieval villages that dot the region, including Riquewihr.

Duration
  • 300 minutes
Advantages
  • Get the personalized experience of a private tour in France
  • Travel comfortably in a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Visit attractions in Alsace that most foreigners miss
  • Save valuable vacation time with an advanced booking
Not included in the price
  • Lunch
  • Personal injury insurance.
  • Carbonated beverages
In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult's lap
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Scherwiller

All our vines are raised in biodynamic agriculture and our wines vinified with a minimum of inputs. A tasting at the foot of the Vosges hills, near the vineyards and in a unique place.

Duration
  • 90 minutes
Included in the price
  • Guided tour
In detail
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Bookable activity
Selestat

Visit Alsace on the Wine Route by bike. Picturesque villages and a view of the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle await you. In complete peace of mind, take cycle path 5 with a guide from Sélestat to Bergheim. The route takes about 3 hours and is easy for everyone. Our bikes are all revised and equipped with a luggage rack.

Duration
  • 180 minutes
Included in the price
  • Bike renting
Not included in the price
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
  • Bottled water
In detail
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Amusement park
15, Côte de Hardemont - La Chapelle-aux-Bois
03 29 30 11 79

The Adventure Farm at La Chapelle aux Bois invites you to live with your family, in the heart of the Vosges, an unusual getaway over the first barefoot park in France ! Between meadow and forest, labyrinths trails amazing sensations await you.

Bookable activity
Eguisheim

Enjoy an active way to discover Alsace's most picturesque villages and vineyards—and pair your excursion with a top-notch wine tasting—on this private bike tour. In the morning, meet your guide right outside Colmar, grab your bike, and set off on two wheels. You'll discover picturesque villages like Eguisheim and Gueberschwihr, will cycle past grand cru vineyards, and will enjoy a tutored wine tasting.

Advantages
  • This private tour ensures a fully personalized way to explore
  • Bikes and helmets are provided for your convenience and safety
  • Traveling by bike lets you immerse yourself in Alsace's scenery
  • Taste a number of top-rated local wines as you go
Included in the price
  • Bottled water
  • Snacks
  • Fully equipped bicycle or e-bike with helmet
  • Full wine tasting at one of our favourite wineries
Not included in the price
  • Personal purchases such as bottles of wine
In detail
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Parking is free of charge. This tour is mainly targeted towards adults.
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.
  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.
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Other entertainment
4 la voivre - Charmes
03 29 29 49 49

Welcome to the Music hall Mille et une étoiles in Charmes in the Vosges ! Come and discover our universe of sparkles and flavors in a magical atmosphere mixing magazines, show and magic in one of the biggest music halls in Eastern France !

Amusement park
2, Europa-Park-Straße - Rust
07822 776688

Welcome to the largest seasonal leisure park in the world ! Babies, infants and teenagers : Europa-Park has a good dose of action and fun for the best team in the world - your family !

Zoo
1, Rue du Tigre - Amnéville
Opening times
  • Monday: 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 05:00 PM, 05:30 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 11:00 AM – 05:00 PM, 05:30 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Saturday: 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Sunday: 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM
Planet' Evasion Gerardmer
Other entertainment in Gérardmer
Acro-Sphère
Tree-climbing
Luge d'été Col de La Schlucht
Other entertainment in -Barr
Schlitte Mountain
Other entertainment in La Bresse
Fraispertuis City
Amusement park in Jeanménil
Private Day Trip "Prestige" on the Wine Route
Bookable activity in Kaysersberg
Gourmet Tour Colmar Historic Center
Bookable activity in Colmar
Colmar Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt Game
Bookable activity in Colmar
Alsace Wineries Private Half- or Full-Day Tour From Colmar
Bookable activity in Colmar
Alsace Private Half-Day Wine and History Tour From Basel
Bookable activity in Eguisheim
Discovery and Tasting of Biodynamic Wine in Alsace
Bookable activity in Châtenois
Bike Ride on the Wine Route From Sélestat
Bookable activity in Sélestat
La Ferme Aventure
Amusement park in La Chapelle-aux-Bois
Alsace Wine Villages and Vineyards Private Biking Tour
Bookable activity in Hattstatt
Music-Hall 1001 Étoiles
Other entertainment in Charmes
Europa-Park
Amusement park in Rust
Zoo d'Amnéville
Zoo in Amnéville
Beauty salon
36 rue de la gare - Corcieux
06 87 31 25 61

Let your beauty shine through an hour of well-being ; an hour or a half hour for a relaxing break…

Swedish, Californian or hot stone massage

Treat yourself or have a relaxing break…

Park
Housseras
03 29 65 91 96
Park
76, Rue du Hohneck - La Bresse
03 29 25 62 62

Treat yourself to the Vosges with Bol d'air and enjoy the many nature activities : adventure park, paragliding, elastic jump, fantasticable, elves' woods, power'Air, Big Air Jump, barefoot trail, hiking, virtual reality, summer snack…

Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Thursday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Friday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Saturday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Sunday: 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
1 Heure Pour moi
Beauty salon in Corcieux
Jardin Botanique De Gondremer
Park in Autrey
Bol d'Air Aventure.
Park in La Bresse
Bookable activity
9937 Rte de Colmar, 88400, Xonrupt-Longemer

Spend an incredible day between the Vosges and the Haut-Rhin hiking between the different lakes of glacial origin in Alsace !

You can't imagine what the Vosges mountains have in store for you, and what's more, they are only a stone's throw from Colmar and Mulhouse in Alsace ! That's why Destination Sport Nature invites you for a beautiful day hike in the Vosges mountains, to discover the lakes of glacial origin.

This excursion in the Vosges will take place in the company of a professional mountain guide who will give you all the information you need about the splendid landscapes that await you. He will tell you in detail about the 4 high altitude lakes that you will cross on your way : the Lac Vert, also called Lac de Soultzeren, which is located at the foot of the Tanet massif ; the Lac Forlet, also called Lac des Truites and which is the highest of the Vosges lakes (1,066 m) ; the Lac Blanc, connected by a pipe to the last lake, the Lac Noir, located 120 meters downstream.

Magnificent panoramas of the Vosges mountain landscapes will be offered to you during this unforgettable hike in Alsace !

Duration
  • 1 day
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Bookable activity
2 Pl. de la Mairie, 54540, Pierre-Percée

Come try climbing for the first time or perfect your climbing techniques on the Neuntelstein rock with Itineraire Bis ! Your instructor Aymeric is there to supervise you and help you progress in the best conditions !

Itineraire Bis offers climbing courses in Neuntelstein, but also everywhere in the Vosges mountains. You move in a very varied climbing site, with granite, easy rocks with many catches and in a calm place. The routes are varied, they range from 3b to 7b.

The view at the top of the rock Neuntelstein is absolutely gorgeous and the approach and climbing can be very easy so everybody is welcome !

Itineraire Bis also travels in the Vosges massif. So, if you want to climb on the pink sandstone rocks of the Vosges and in the middle of the forest, the Alsatian plain, or the Black Forest, your instructor will be happy to take you there and coach you ! You can also test climbing in the trees and the adventure course : reach the top of the trees, rappel down the cliffs, zip line, the adventure belongs to you !

Duration
  • 2 hours
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Other sport
Mini golf - Plombières-les-Bains
03 29 30 51 25

A shady 18-hole course in the heart of the Parc Impérial, where children and adults find a challenge within reach. In a group or family, let the best win !

Hiking to Discover the Lakes of Glacial Origin in Alsace
Bookable activity in Xonrupt-Longemer
Rock Climbing Lesson at the Pierre Percée
Bookable activity in Pierre-Percée
Mini Golf
Other sport in Plombières-les-Bains
Hike
Accessible by bike
23B, Route du Chenel - Corcieux

Markings : Round and yellow triangle. Duration : 2h. Distance : 6.2 km. Altitude difference : + 103 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Church Square.

1 / Take Henry Street to the crossroads (200 m) where you turn right towards the campsites : Les Bans-La Tour.

Follow the signs (Yellow Circle) to the next intersection. Take James Wiese Street on the right at the restaurant La Mangeoire.

You pass the campsite Domaine des Bans and ehpad Forfelet.

2 / At the crossroads, turn right, towards Maison Pierre Nicole (Yellow circle).

3 / In the hamlet of Vichibure *, turn left (Yellow circle). Notice on the facade of the first house the date of its construction (1827), its sandstone pediment and two inscriptions H10. ch6 : At the German occupation, in 1940, houses were requisitioned to house the enemy army. Entries specified the number of men (H 10) and horses (ch 6) that could be accommodated. On the south-east facade of the next house dated 1723 note the small flamboyant Gothic window. This house was a prison at the time of the counts of Martimprey.

Continue and take a right at the next crossroad towards La Folie (Yellow circle). After a short climb on the asphalt road, continue on the dirt road. On your right seen on Corcieux, its bell tower and in the background the forest of Hennefête. 300 m further, on your left, notice large blocks of granite.

Continue straight ahead (yellow circle) on the pleasant forest path in the undergrowth that crosses the place called La Folie. Below, you will see the ruins of an old mill * fed by the stream of Bans.

4 / Leave the path that goes up on the left and follow the path marked on the right (Yellow circle). You pass on an old stone bridge. On your right are old quarries of granite.

At the end of the road, turn right on the paved road to the hamlet of La Charmelle at 300 m (alt 630 m). At the crossroads, continue straight (yellow triangle) and turn left to cross the D 31 and take the dirt road (yellow triangle) opposite. Behind you, the Tête de Nayemont (alt 967 m) dominates the small hamlet of La Charmelle.

Continue through fields (Yellow Triangle) and admire the beautiful panorama.

5 / From left to right : the 3 Monts (the Head of Cours Moinel, Mount Moyennel, Mount Thiriville), the Roche des Corbeaux which dominates the village of Vanémont, and Corcieux with in the background the massive Hennefête.

At the Cross of Ormeau (alt 594 m), beautiful Calvary (1816).

Continue the path slightly downhill until the subdivision of the Cross Egline you cross (alt 561 m) to reach Corcieux by Pierre Nicole Street. Go past the town hall and head for the church, the starting point of the hike.

To have :

historical inscriptions

At the German occupation, in 1940, houses were requisitioned to house the enemy army. On the facade, inscriptions indicated the number of men (H 10) and horses (ch 6) that could be accommodated. In other houses, the letter O meant that one or more officers stayed there.

Geology around corcieux

We find around Corcieux sandstone massifs sometimes with poudingue (or conglomerate) as the Rock of the Ravens, granitic zones (Vichibure, Field of Rocks…) and others where sandstone and granite formed a metamorphic rock : migmatite Gerbépal present at the head of Nayemont among others.

Hike
Accessible by bike
88430 - Corcieux

Markings : round yellow - round blue. Duration : 3h, distance : 9.2 km, altitude difference : + 194 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, church square.

1 / Take Henry Street to the crossroads (200 m) where you turn right towards the campsites : Les Bans-La Tour.

Follow the signs (Yellow Circle) to the next intersection. Take James Wiese Street on the right at the restaurant La Mangeoire.

You pass the campsite Domaine des Bans and ehpad Forfelet.

2 / At the crossroads, turn right, towards Maison Pierre Nicole (Yellow circle).

3 / In the hamlet of Vichibure, turn left (Yellow circle). Notice on the facade of the first house the date of its construction (1827), its sandstone pediment and two inscriptions H10. ch6 : At the German occupation, in 1940, houses were requisitioned to house the enemy army. Entries specified the number of men (H 10) and horses (ch 6) that could be accommodated. On the south-east facade of the next house dated 1723 note the small flamboyant Gothic * window.

Continue and take a right at the next crossroad towards La Folie (Yellow circle). After a short climb on the asphalt road, continue on the dirt road. On your right seen on Corcieux, its bell tower and in the background the forest of Hennefête. 300 m further, on your left, notice blocks of granite.

Continue straight ahead (yellow circle) on the pleasant forest path in the undergrowth that crosses the place called La Folie. Below, you will see the ruins of an old mill fed by the creek of Bans.

4 / Leave the path that goes up on the left and follow the path marked on the right (Yellow circle). You pass on an old stone bridge. On your right are old quarries of granite.

At the end of the path, turn left on the paved road for 100 m. At the crossroads, go right and then immediately left to follow the stony path (Yellow circle).

600 m further on, at the level of a ruined farm, turn left towards Balcons de Corcieux. Cross a first paved road and take the following one (Yellow circle) in slight climb on about 100 m. Then take the dirt road on the right. Continue straight, ignoring the paths to the right and left to reach the magnificent panorama of the balconies of Corcieux on the edge of a meadow : on the left the village of Corcieux is emerging ; in front of you, the massifs of Saint-Dié des Vosges and in the background, the plateau of the Champ du Feu, the trapeze of Climont.

Walk along the meadow on the right and take a dirt road for about 50 meters, some 100 meters further on.

5 / At the intersection (Blue Circle), turn right on the path to the next meadow you cross with another, on your left, a beautiful view of the Corcieux Basin and Mount Thiriville.

Continue straight on the grassy path (on the right, the Tête de Nayemont dominates at 967 m) which then crosses a small wood.

6 / At the intersection (signs), veer to the left (Rond bleu), direction Rambaville. Follow the markings (blue circle) crossing the meadow on the right.

Continue on the path slightly downhill (blue circle) to the locality Le Haut Mont (alt 660 m). At the crossroads, take direction Rambaville-Corcieux.

Arrived at the small hamlet of Rambaville, turn left on the asphalt road. After 200 m, take the dirt road on the left (Rond bleu), alt 570 m. On the farm, observe a beautiful ordeal, turn left and cross the bridge over the Goulle stream.

After a short climb on a tarred road, turn right (blue circle). A little further, a second Calvary * dominates the stream.

The pleasant path of Champ Balland takes you back to Corcieux (Blue Circle), alt 560 m.

7 / At the crossroads, turn right, rue du Chenel, cross the subdivision of Haut des Creux to reach the center of Corcieux and the church square from where you left.

To have :

a gothic window : This small flamboyant Gothic window, carved in the sandstone of the Vosges, dates from the time of the counts of Martimprey. JeanFrançois I (1664-1746), having obtained the right of high and low justice in 1717, had made this construction a prison (imposing bars of iron).

Rambaville calvary : This calvary (La Croix George) is located between Rambaville and Champ Balland. Nicolas George would have erected this cross on the occasion of the death, on January 1,1812, of one of his relatives. Crossroads or crosses represent both a geographical and historical heritage of our campaigns.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Markings : round green. Duration : 5h, distance : 16 km, altitude difference : + 330 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, church square.

1 / Go to the Hotel du Commerce and turn right on rue de l'Hôtel de Ville. Go past the town hall (green circle).

At the crossroads, follow the Arrentès de Corcieux road (D 31) for about 250 m before turning right on rue de l'Ormeau on a short but steep climb that leads to the subdivision of Croix Egline (alt 561 m).

Go straight. Go past this subdivision and follow the dirt road across the fields to the crucifix of the Croix de l'Ormeau (alt 594 m). Take a right (green circle).

On the right, view of the 3 Monts, Roche des Corbeaux dominating the village of La Houssière-Vanémont.

2 / The dirt road leads to a paved road that you will take on your left (green circle). On your right, look in the distance at the Romanesque church of Saint-Jacques du Stat *.

At 200 m, turn right towards the hamlet of La Nolle (alt 610 m). Leave the Calvary on your left and enter the dirt road. A little further, take a left on the paved road that will take you to the hamlet of Mariémont (green circle).

3 / At the first intersection, go straight (green circle). At the next crossroads, leave the Calvary on your left. Beautiful panorama of the Corcieux basin, site of an ancient prehistoric lake. Continue to Col des Arrentès de Corcieux (alt 684 m). Facing the restaurant, cross the D 31 and take the C1 towards the center of the village of Arrentès de Corcieux towards the Champ de Roches (green circle). You pass in front of the town hall.

At the next junction, continue to the right (green circle). After crossing the Corbeline stream, continue on the steep road. In front of an old farm, turn left, on a small path lined with low stone walls, in a forest of spruce.

4 / Turn frankly right and 100 m further, go down to the left to arrive at the site of the Champ de Roches. You can discover explanatory panels on this geological feature.

After crossing it, continue left on the paved road after the car park (green circle).

At 150 m, at the crossroads, follow the signs (green circle) and continue straight on a dirt road. After arriving on an asphalt road, turn left downhill (direction Corcieux).

Cross the Corbeline stream again. At the Carrefour des Goutelles (alt 700 m), continue straight ahead to the Arrentès, in the fir forest.

5 / At 800 m, leave the road and take the small path slightly uphill on your right (green circle).

At 200 m, observe, on the right in the stone wall, the entrance to a water mine *.

At the exit of the forest, turn left and discover the beautiful panorama of the basin of Corcieux, with, in the foreground, the Col des Arrentès and on the horizon, the blue line of the Vosges.

Arriving at the first houses, cross the paved road and take, in front, the path down to the hamlet of La Charmelle. Then turn right (green circle). 300 m, take the dirt road on your left along the small stream of Bans (green circle).

You pass next to old quarries of granite. After the stone bridge, turn left. About 300 meters down, observe the ruins of an old mill at a place called La Folie and further, on your right, some imposing granite blocks.

At the first houses of the hamlet of Vichibure (alt 563 m), turn left. On your right, a first farm dated 1723 is a former prison that belonged to the counts of Martimprey. There remains on the south-east facade a small window in flamboyant Gothic style.

Note on the facade of the following farm the date of its construction (1827), its sandstone pediment and two inscriptions H10. ch6 : At the German occupation, in 1940, houses were requisitioned to house the enemy army. Entries specified the number of men (H 10) and horses (ch 6) that could be accommodated.

Turn right (green circle) and about 500 meters left. You pass in front of the ehpad For-felet and go along the camping des Bans and La Tour. By Notre Dame Street and Henry Street, return to the church square, the starting point of the hike.

To have :

church of saint jacques du stat (to visit) : Its bell-tower of Romanesque art, built at the end of the xi ° century, is registered in the inventory of the Historical Monuments. According to the archives, Charlemagne, come hunting with his suite in the game-rich forests of the region, would have been delighted by the site of Saint-Jacques and would have built a chapel.

Mines of water : These are tunnels dug in the ground to collect water sources and infiltration. Arranged in a friable soil like sandstone, they were masonry. They are presented as long casings mounted rubble and vaulted. Some still work to supply running water to isolated houses.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Markings : blue rhombus - green rectangle - blue rhombus. Duration : 2h, distance : 6.5 km, elevation gain : + 120 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, church square.

1 / Take the rue du Docteur Poirot on the left. At the end of the street turn left on rue du 3e pco.

2 You arrive at the place called La Croix Florence (alt 543 m). At the intersection, notice a Calvary *. Turn right towards La Vierge - Col du Plafond (blue diamond). The uphill asphalt road runs along the site of a former military camp *.

Behind you, beautiful panorama from left to right : Tête de Nayemont (alt 967 m), the Corcieux basin, the Neuné valley with Mount Thiriville in the background and the village of Vanémont.

Keep going straight, leaving on your right the tv relay. At a place called Bell Bottom (alt 631 m), turn left on the dirt road to reach 100 m further on the left the gr 533 (green rectangle) direction The Virgin (blue diamond).

3 / Right, view of the Col du Plafond and further the village of Anould and the valley of Haute-Meurthe. Pass under the power line coming from the Fessenheim nuclear power plant and continue straight on to the Table Cross (alt 643 m), picnic area. Turn left on the dirt road slightly downhill direction Ruxurieux - Corcieux (blue rhombus).

At the next intersection, turn left, cross the hamlet of Ruxurieux. Its old houses, with magnificent lintels, escaped the disaster of November 1944.

Return to the center of Corcieux by the Croix Florence, rue du 31ème bcp and rue Henry on the right.

To have :

the calvary of the cross florence : This calvary, located inside a private property, was erected in 1804. Notice the sculptures on the cross : south side, Christ and north side, the Virgin and the child. Crossroads or crosses represent both a geographical and historical heritage of our campaigns.

The military camp of corcieux : It is General Boulanger, Minister of the war, which in 1898, made build this camp serving as a place of convalescence to the soldiers having suffered from epidemics. This place was chosen for "its green setting, its lively air, its exceptional climate at an invigorating altitude of 555 m of altitude".

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Markings : blue rhombus - yellow rhombus - yellow cross. Duration : 2h30, distance : 7.8 km, altitude difference : + 170 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Church Square, Corcieux.

1 / Take the rue du Docteur Poirot on the left. At the end of the street, turn left onto 31 Saint bcp.

2 / You arrive at the place called La Croix Florence (alt 543 m). At the intersection, notice a Calvary (1804). Continue straight towards Ruxurieux (blue diamond).

Cross the hamlet and its old houses with magnificent lintels *.

After passing under the very high voltage line coming from the Fessenheim nuclear power plant, turn left towards La Vierge (blue diamond).

3/80 m further, turn right on a dirt road to The Virgin (blue diamond) in a forest of fir trees and spruces and always go straight, leaving the paths on the right and left.

At the top of the climb, continue to the right (blue diamond). At the next crossroads, turn left to arrive at the Virgin of Hennefête (alt 684 m) *.

4 / Then take the path of the Dukes, direction Saint-Dié (yellow diamond). At the paved road, turn left to the crossroads of La Vierge (alt 663 m, shelter - picnic). Turn left on the path descending under the power line, go past the farm of Noir Rupt (alt 560 m). In front of you, panorama on the basin of Cor-cieux, Mount Thiriville and the village of Vanémont. Continue straight on the asphalt road (yellow cross). You go to the place called Evraux Field (alt 527 m).

5/100 m after the power line, take the dirt road on the left to get to the football field. Cross the subdivision Myrtilles (alt 528 m). In front of the cheese factory, turn left on Rue de la Gare to return to the starting point of the church.

To have :

the linteaux in the vosgian houses : The houses of Ruxurieux escaped the disaster of 1944. We can see several lintels (architectural elements located above the doors) carved sandstone. On each, the date of construction of the house was indicated.

The virgin of hennefête : This monument was inaugurated in 1920 following a vow of the inhabitants of Corcieux, that of raising a statue of Our Lady of Victories if the city was spared during the war 14-18. The enemy having been stopped on the ridge, the inhabitants kept their word.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Tagging : yellow rhombus - green-white flag. Duration : 2h, distance : 5.2 km, altitude difference : + 50 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, church square.

1 / Take the rue du Docteur Poirot on the left. At the end of the street, turn left into the street of the 31st bcp (yellow diamond).

2 / You arrive at the place called La Croix Florence (alt 543 m). At the intersection, notice a Calvary (1804). Continue straight towards Ruxurieux (alt 547 m) (yellow diamond).

Cross the hamlet and its old houses * which escaped the disaster of 1944 (magnificent lintels) *.

After passing under the very high voltage line coming from the Fessenheim nuclear power plant, turn left towards La Vierge (yellow diamond).

3/80 m further, continue left on the asphalt road (green and white rectangle).

You arrive at the Champ d'Évraux. Continue to the next junction and turn left. Facing you, panorama on the Corcieux basin, Mount Thiriville on the left and the village of Vanémont dominated by the massif of La Roche des Corbeaux. Continue to the crossroads of Champ d'Evraux (alt 527 m) and turn left again.

4/100 m after the very high voltage line, take the dirt road on the left to get to the football field. Cross the subdivision Myrtilles (alt 528 m). In front of the cheese factory, turn left on Rue de la Gare to return to the starting point of the church.

To have :

the vosgian farm : Small windows, a gateway, surrounded by sandstone stones from the Vosges (access to the living area), a barn door rounded basket handle for the passage of hay carts and, on the side, a small low door overlooking the barn and allowing livestock to go out.

The linteaux in the vosgian houses : The houses of Ruxurieux escaped the disaster of 1944. We can see several lintels (architectural elements located above the doors) carved sandstone. On each, the date of construction of the house was indicated.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Markings : yellow rhombus - red round - red circle - red round - blue cross - green-white flag - blue circle - red round. Duration : 4h, distance : 11 km, altitude difference : + 549 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, Hameau Thiriville.

By car : From Corcieux, take the direction of Bruyères by the rue de l'Hotel de Ville and after the town hall, turn right towards Bruyères (D 60). After about 2 km, turn right at the small sign Thiriville. Cross the whole hamlet. Leave the Calvary on your right then continue to the left. The small uphill road still passes some farms. After the last house and the electric pylon, turn right into an unpaved road (many signposted pedestrian paths). At 50 m you will find a hiking sign. Park at this place.

Walk :

1 / Take the forest path (yellow diamond) on the left at the edge of the forest, direction Biffontaine. Note on your right a wall of dry stones (sandstone). Continue to the Col de la Gueule du Loup (alt 630 m).

2 / Turn right towards La Houssière (red circle). 100 m after the barrier, turn right on the grassy path (red circle). The round of Mount Thiriville (round white and red) is taken in the opposite direction of the clock and begins with a fairly steep climb with a view of Mount Moyennel nearby and the road to Bruyères.

3 / You find again the barrier, and soon after, turn frankly right on a path descending arrowed (red circle). Arriving on a wider path, turn left towards La Petite Houssière (red circle). Walk 100 m and turn left towards La Croix des Jumeaux (blue cross). Walk along the beautiful dry stone wall and continue the path slightly uphill at the beginning. Arriving on a small asphalt road, turn left (yellow diamond and green and white rectangle) on 80 m.

4 / Then take the path on the left (same signposting) on ​​a steep slope for 400 m until the crossroads of La Croix des Jumeaux * (alt 628 m) where is a Calvary (1717).

Take the path that goes up (blue and white circle) to the head of Cours Moinel (alt 727 m). Go straight. Go past a sandstone bollard and continue straight ahead. 100 m further, turn right (blue and white circle).

Arrived on a large road, take it on the left.

5 / A little further, stop at the Roche des Semelles Montagnardes (alt 721 m) to admire the beautiful view of the 11 ponds (ballast) of La Chapelle and the towns of Les Poulières and Biffontaine. The big downhill path (round blue and white) takes you to a crossroads where you veer frankly to the left (red circle) to find La Croix des Jumeaux at 150 m. Turn right and take the Moyennel Forest Route (part of the Trail of

Ducs *). When the path splits in two, continue left downhill. Unobstructed view of Mount Thiriville, the village of La Houssière, with, in the background, the massif of Roche des Corbeaux.

At the Col de la Gueule du Loup, take the path down to the starting point.

To have :

the cross of twins : It was erected in 1717 by the Count of Liroze and his wife Marie Colin. She was placed there because a woman, going to the Col de Moyennel, would have given birth to two twins (two boys).

Ducs trail : Created by the Club Vosgien (which includes the association "Les Gais Godillots" Corcieux), the path of the Dukes, interdepartmental connects Montbéliard (in the Doubs) to Marckolsheim (BasRhin).

Hike
Accessible by bike
Corcieux

Beaconing : green signs "beavers". Distance : 4 km.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Tourist Office. Take the direction of the church, cross the roundabout and take the rue de l'Hôtel de Ville on the right sidewalk. On the square of the town hall, turn right on the first street that goes down to the two gyms and the college. Continue straight on the small paved road closed to motor vehicles. You arrive at the subdivision "In front of the Castle" that you cross while going always straight. At the end of the street, turn right (Beavers sign). You arrive on the road of La Houssière, turn right then left 30 m further (Beacons panel). When crossing, be careful ! Pass in front of the Gravières car park where you will find the first explanatory sign and take the path on the left that goes along the Neuné river. From the start of the circuit, on the banks, you will see traces of the work of beavers * : some trees bear witness to their effective rodent activity. The recent history of this place began in the 1970s, when the cheese factory Marcillat expanded its premises. To carry out the work, she took some materials (called "comets") into the soil, which gave birth to several gravel pits. Left abandoned, they filled with water and served as a dump. In the 2000s, the commune of Corcieux began the rehabilitation of this site to make it a place of walk and an area favorable to the conservation of a high biodiversity. The surroundings of the Neuné have also been developed. The educational panels, set up to help you discover the richness of this place, at the level of flora, fauna, geology, geography, were made by Laurent Cagniat, cartoonist, living in Corcieux, and several elementary school teachers. Leave the wooden bridge over the river Neuné on your right and continue straight to the first pond, the largest. It is equipped with 2 pontoons for fishermen and observers of aquatic life. At the end of the pond, on the opposite bank, there is a beaver hut

(panel and bench). If you come at nightfall, you may have the chance to see one or two beavers, provided they are very discreet : they are very fearful animals…

Continue on the trail in a counter-clockwise direction. Be careful when passing over the small bridges that span the ponds, they can be slippery. Throughout the course, read the explanatory and playful panels. In return, on your right a big hut : artificial, of course, it was built on the occasion of a feast of the water. The loop takes you back to the big wooden bridge that spans the Neuné.

Cross the river to reach the Rue de la Gare passing the water treatment plant. Turn right, go past the cheese factory and the church square to return to the starting point. The return can also be done by the same way as on the way.

To have :

the castors : Introduced on the banks of the Moselle River in 1983, they have multiplied and made their way up to the smallest rivers, including the Neuné which passes to Corcieux. Often considered pests (they can do enormous damage by slaughtering

Trees, gnawed at the base), they are actually protected animals.

The renoncule language (present on the site of Gravières) : It is a big rare plant, herbaceous of the family of Renonculacées,

protected in France nationwide. It flowers from June to August. It is a toxic plant with one part submerged and the other aerial. It can reach 1.20 m. Its leaves, original, are very long.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Col du plafond - Col-du-Plafond

Markings : red cross - red round - red triangle - red cross. Duration : 2h, distance : 7.3 km, altitude difference : + 170 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : Corcieux, Col du Ceiling. Park at the pass (alt 620 m).

Walk :

1 / Take the direction of Bellegoutte (red cross). Walk 100 m on the D 60 and take the left down dirt road.

2 / After passing a pond, continue 50 m and take the path that goes up to the left through a small wood of spruce trees to reach a meadow as you walk to an old cherry isolated. Beautiful panorama on the right on the Corcieux basin with, in the background, Mount Thiriville.

Cross the dirt road and engage in front of parks. Follow this small path down to the D 86. Take this road to the left for 250 m.

3 / After a former starch mill *, turn right on the small road towards La Moline - Devant Varimont. On your left, view of the village of Gerbépal *. Pass in front of some houses, the last of which has the particularity to span the road. At the crossroads, continue straight ahead Varimont Front (red circle).

Arrived at the next intersection In front of Varimont (alt 650 m), take the direction Les Collieures (red triangle).

At Calvary Good expenses, turn right, leaving the markup (red triangle).

4/500 m further, continue straight to the first houses of the hamlet of Rambaville.

Then take the paved road on the right to the hamlet of Bellegoutte. In the bend, take the D 86 on the left for 80 m.

5 / Then, after the Bellegoutte sign (alt 567 m), turn right (red cross) towards Col du Plafond (Calvary).

At 50 m, take the dirt road straight (red cross) that will take you back to the starting point by borrowing, after the pond, the same route as the one to go.

To have :

the feculeries : From the eighteenth century, many starchy plants produced Corcieux potato starch, excellent quality, white and bright, thanks to acidic water. It was mainly used for textile industries. In 1918, Corcieux was considered one of the best regions of France in this production.

Gerbépal : Charming little village near Corcieux, on the road to Gérardmer, whose inhabitants have the same name as those of Corcieux : the forfelets and Forfelaises. The Neuné, a stream running through Corcieux, has its source in the heights of Gerbépal.

Hike
Accessible by bike
La Houssière

Tagging : yellow round - yellow cross - red ring - yellow cross - blue cross - green and white flag. Duration : 3h30, distance : 10 km, altitude difference : + 420 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

By car, take the direction of Vanémont (D 31). Arrived at the village, walk along the railway, go over the railway bridge. At the roundabout, take the first road on the right (D 31), towards the Haut Fer de Brouaumont. 200 m further, at the end of agglomeration sign, turn left towards the Haut Fer. Take a right 2 times to the water tower where you park (hiking signs).

Take the path to Roche des Corbeaux. Climb 200 m in the middle of blocks of pink sandstone of the Vosges. At the fork, turn left, leaving the path on the right. Continue your ascent in the pine forest. You are on the Way of Peace and Freedom which passes by the Bollard 6. On the right, observe some blocks of sandstone Vosges to poudingue (conglomerate). Once on the flat road, turn left twice. At Roche des Corbeaux (alt 701 m), beautiful view of the Corcieux basin and the Blue Line of the Vosges. Continue on the path to the next path that you take to the left. Between pines, fir trees and larches, stop at the Guillotine Stone. The path slightly downhill will take you to the crossroads of Trapin des Saules (alt 649 m) where you turn left an untagged trail that you take 500 m. Turn sharply to the left to go to the Roche des Fees (alt 678 m) located at 400 m. Beautiful view of the Corcieux basin with, in the background, the Hohneck (recognizable with its inn at the top) and the village of La Houssière dominated by the 3 mountains (Thiriville, Moyennel and Cours Moinel). Return to point 5 where you continue straight on the path down to Bollard 6 (alt 644 m). Take the road facing the monument towards La Houssière to the crossroads of the Noiregoutte Forest Road which you will take on the left. Continue straight ahead, ignoring the one going up to the left. At the approach of the village of Vanémont, after a clear plot for forestry work, abandon the markup and take the small path untagged left leaving one that rises strongly. At the first houses, turn left on the Globe Trail to find the starting point at 50 m.

To have :

the terminal 6 - october battles 1944 : The 1st Battalion of the 141st us Infantry Regiment being surrounded by the German Army, the 442nd Regiment, composed of Hawaiian soldiers, assists this "Lost Battalion" and suffers from very heavy losses. This battle is considered one of the top 10 battles in the history of the United States. Hawaii will become the fiftieth star of the usa.

The stone of guillotine : Made of Vosges sandstone, this cup is due to the mechanical and chemical erosion of rainwater. A legend tells that any robber captured in the region had his head cut off here. It is said that it would have served the druids to consume human sacrifices. The name of "Pierre de la Guillotine" dates from the Revolution.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Arrentès-Corcieux

Markings : round green. Duration : 2h, distance : 6,7 km, altitude difference : + 167 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure : At Col des Arrentès de Corcieux (alt 684 m), park in the car park opposite the restaurant.

1 / Cross the D 31 and take the C1 towards the center of the village of Arrentès de Corcieux (green circle) towards the Champ de Roches.

You pass in front of the town hall.

At the next junction, continue to the right (green circle). After crossing the Corbeline * stream, continue on the steep uphill road. In front of an old farm, turn left, on a small path lined with low stone walls, in a forest of spruce.

2 / Turn frankly right and 100 m further, go down to the left to arrive at the site of the Champ de Roches. You can discover explanatory panels on this geological feature.

After crossing it, continue left on the paved road after the car park (green circle).

At 150 m, at the crossroads, follow the signs and continue straight on a dirt road. After arriving on an asphalt road, turn left downhill (direction Corcieux).

Cross the Corbeline stream again. At the crossroads of Goutelles (alt 700 m), continue straight ahead to the Arrentès, in the fir forest.

3 / At 800 m, leave the road and take the small path slightly uphill on your right (green circle). At 200 m, observe, on the right in the stone wall, the entrance to a water mine *.

At the exit of the forest, turn left and discover the beautiful panorama of the basin of Corcieux, with, in the foreground, the Col des Arrentès and on the horizon, the blue line of the Vosges.

4 / Arrived at the first houses, turn left on the paved road to join the starting point to Col.

To have :

la corbeline : This 9.4 km stream with clear waters has its source at a place called "Behind Nayemont" in the municipality of Arrentès de Corcieux. He then crosses the commune of Barbey Seroux to throw himself in the Vologne in Granges on Vologne.

Mines of water : These are tunnels dug in the ground to collect water sources and infiltration. Arranged in a friable soil like sandstone, they were masonry. They are presented as long casings mounted rubble and vaulted. Some still work to supply running water to isolated houses.

Hike
Accessible by bike
Arrentes-Corcieux

Markings : red triangle - green circle - yellow triangle - blue cross - yellow triangle. Duration : 2h30, distance : 6.6 km, altitude difference : + 230 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

By car :

At the roundabout, take the direction of Granges / Vologne by the street of the Hotel de Ville, then left the D 31, towards the Arrentès de Corcieux (alt 684 m).

At Col des Arrentès de Corcieux, turn left towards Le Clair Sapin (3 km). Continue straight on the main road to the Clair Sapin holiday center (alt 790 m) where you park.

Walk :

1 / Take the wide dirt road direction Gérardmer (red triangle). At 600 m, continue straight towards Lenvergoutte (red triangle). 1 km further, leave the path on the left (red triangle) and continue straight on about 250 m (green circle).

2 / Then take the path on the left, direction Martimpré (green circle) and pass the Calvary (cross missing). In the meadow of Derrière Nayemont, the path continues in the forest until the crossroads of Lenvergoutte (850 m).

3 / Then veer to the left (yellow triangle). Go 400 m and you arrive at the crossroads of Ronchamps (alt 846 m). Leave the forest road of Derrière Nayemont on your left to take, straight ahead, the direction of Arrentès (yellow triangle) and the head of Nayemont (blue cross).

4 / At 170 m from the crossroads, do not miss the small little visible path on the left that goes up to the Tête de Nayemont (blue cross).

5 / At the top (alt 967 m), after a long climb, you enjoy a 360 ° panoramic view of the Vosges peaks (including the Hohneck *, recognizable by its inn) and the surrounding mountains. Looking north, time has carved in the sandstone mountains trapezes, steep slopes and flattened tops. While in the South, the erosion of the granite formed the characteristic balloons of the Vosges. The head of Nayemont * is at the limit of the sandstone and granite Vosges.

Cross this rocky chaos and take the path, opposite slope, marked (blue cross) which joins the one you have borrowed to go. Go down the path to find the wide dirt road at point 4 /. Turn left (yellow triangle). This path will take you back to the starting point located 1.7 km.

6 / Beautiful views of the village of Gerbépal and the basin of Saint-Dié in the distance.

To have :

hohneck (1363 m) : This is the 3rd Vosges summit. It dominates the line of ridges that separates Alsace from Lorraine. It enjoys a superb panorama of the Vosges mountains, the plain of Alsace, the Black Forest and the Alps on a clear day. An inn and an orientation table top the summit.

The head of nayemont (967 m) : The peculiarity of the Tête de Nayemont is to be constituted, with its granite base and its sandstone top. Thus, the ascent begins with a gentle slope, which increases with the approach of the sandstone summit.

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Kaysersberg

Explore the cobbled streets and timbered houses of Kaysersberg, voted France's Favorite Town in 2017. See the Sainte Croix church, the fortified bridge and castle, and the Renaissance facade of the Faller-Brief House. Start the tour at the Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall) in the central square, before making your way to the Sainte Croix church, mostly constructed in the Middle Ages. Next, visit the town's fortified bridge and castle, famous for their medieval towers. Wander along cobbled streets of timbered houses before reaching the iconic Renaissance facades of the Faller-Brief House, built in 1594 by local cellarman Paul Offinger. Learn all about the culture of wine-making in Kaysersberg, one of the most important villages along the Alsacian Wine Route. Finally, learn about the life of the polymath and Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert Schweitzer as you visit the house of his birth, before finishing the tour back at the town's central square.

Duration
  • 120 minutes
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  • Local guide
  • Private tour
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  • Entrance tickets
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In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
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Discover Alsace with passionate driver-guides. The day begins with a visit to the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle with a panoramic view of the Plaine d'Alsace and the mountains of the Black Forest in Germany. Then discover the picturesque villages of Riquewihr and Ribeauvillé. To finish with the city of Colmar with its district of Little Venice and the Old Customs House. Share an unforgettable moment with us !

Duration
  • 480 minutes
Included in the price
  • Private transportation
  • Admission to the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle
Not included in the price
  • Gratuities
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult's lap
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Cancellation
  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Colmar

Join this private walking tour and discover great street art in Colmar together with a private Local ! Did you know that street art was literally booming in this very traditional city ? Thousands of people and art lovers visit the city each year, either participating in one or more of the numerous cultural events or simply enjoying the buzzing community and city ambiance. While walking the streets of Colmar and looking at the amazing street art, or getting to know more about the city's galleries and museums, you will hear about interesting names like “Madame” or “Marise” and their connection to Colmar. You'll learn the most significant cultural and historical insights and details of this colorful and multi-faced city while taking a deep dive into the art and cultural world of the city and country.

Duration
  • 1 hour 30 minutes
In detail
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  • This tour operates with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6 participants
  • Enjoy the buzzing community and city ambiance
  • Please make sure to provide your accurate and valid mobile phone number so that the Local can get in touch with you if needed
  • Learn about the city's street art, galleries and museums
  • Be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of the experience and have a fully charged phone with you, so that the Local can contact you in case of an emergency
  • Discover this colorful and multi-faced city
  • The itinerary, the stops and the walking pace may vary depending on your wishes
  • Infants (age 0-5) get free admission and don't need to choose a ticket
  • It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing
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Riquewihr

Wander through one of France's most beautiful villages on a private walking tour with a guide. You'll see the most significant sights in Riquewihr, including the 13th-century Dolder Gate and the town's former prison. Admire the half-timbered houses and ornate courtyards that typify the region. Meet your guide in the town center before embarking on your tour, in which you'll explore the medieval streets of the Alsatian town. Walk through the 13th-century gate of the Dolder Tower, Riquewihr's most iconic landmark, and learn about its history as a medieval watchtower. Continue to the famous Thieves' Tower in the former prison of Riquewihr, and learn about its development over the centuries. Then, discover the town's most beautiful streets and courtyards embellished with fountains. Stop to admire the typical Alsatian half-timbered houses with their oriel windows.

Duration
  • 120 minutes
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  • Entrance tickets
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In detail
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Colmar

Take a walk through the quaint town of Colmar with a private guide to learn more about this unique city. Located on the border of Germany, this French city is characterized by its half-timbered houses, the gothic 13th-century Church of St. Martin, and its cobblestone streets. Pass by several landmarks such as Adolf House, the Tanneurs district, and the beautiful Maison de Têtes.

Duration
  • 120 minutes
Advantages
  • Learn about the history of Colmar from your guide
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  • Choose from several tour times to fit your schedule
  • A private guide means a personalized experience
Included in the price
  • Services of a local expert guide during a private walking tour in the city of Colmar
Not included in the price
  • Any entrance ticket and transportation - tips - food and beverages - amenities
In detail
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Colmar

Discover the unique art and culture of Colmar when you book this walking tour through the Old Town. Join a small group and a guide for a walk through the city's cobblestoned streets to get to know more about the Colmar art scene. Pass by local galleries, museums, and several pieces of street art to learn about the artists and their connections to Colmar.

Duration
  • 90 minutes
Advantages
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  • Choose from several tour times to fit your schedule
  • A small group means more attention from your guide
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Not included in the price
  • Personal expenses during the Experience
  • Snacks
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  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
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  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Colmar

Discover Colmar from a different perspective on a self-guided walking tour and scavenger hunt of the city. Solve riddles and clues that lead to the next location, showing all the city highlights. - Solve interesting puzzles, have fun and learn new things about Colmar- Explore the city and find hidden gems at your own pace- Try a new type of experience with your smartphone, the perfect mix between a walking tour, sightseeing, and a scavenger hunt. - Enjoy the tour in English, French, Italian, German

Duration
  • 120 minutes
Included in the price
  • Self-guided walking tour (Explorial App)
In detail
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.
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Colmar

Colmar is known for its splendid medieval architecture and many centuries of history—and this small-group walking tour will introduce you to the city's top sights. Pick between morning and afternoon start times, meet your guide in central Colmar, and set off on foot. You can look forward to discovering highlights like the House of the St. John's Knights, Colmar's canals, the Maison Pfister, and much more.

Duration
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  • This small-group tour is capped at eight to ensure a personal feel
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  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
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  • Stops may vary depending on weather conditions.
  • Entry tickets for transportation, museums, and monuments excluded.
  • Not recommended for guests with impaired mobility
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If you want to spice up your Instagram feed and impress your friends with stunning shots from your travels then you are at the right place. Let a local show you the most beautiful and impressive spots in Colmar, and receive useful tips on how to take the best photos with your phone or camera. While strolling through the city and taking photos of the most unique places of Colmar (like the covered market or the petite Venise), you will also get to know more about the city and learn about its secrets from a local. Join this adventure and give your insta feed an upgrade !

Duration
  • 1 hour 30 minutes
In detail
  • Spice up your Instagram feed with stunning shots from your travels to Colmar
  • This tour operates with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6 participants
  • Join a local from Colmar and follow them to the most beautiful and impressive spots in the city
  • Infants (0-5 years) can join the tour for free
  • See the unique places in Colmar including the covered market and petite Venise
  • Please make sure to provide your accurate and valid mobile phone number so that the local can get in touch with you if needed
  • Be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start of the experience and have a fully charged phone with you
  • The itinerary, the stops, and the walking pace may vary depending on your wishes
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Le bas de la Cloche - Ruxurieux - b1
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La Roche des Corbeaux - la Borne 6 - c1
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  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:00 PM
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  • Sunday: Closed
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10, Rue de la République - Gérardmer
03 55 82 50 72
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  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:45 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:45 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:30 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Bank
7, Rue François Mitterrand - Gérardmer
03 29 63 17 37
Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 02:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:45 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:45 AM – 12:30 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Crédit Mutuel des Hautes Vosges
Bank in Gérardmer
Caisse d'Epargne Gerardmer
Bank in Gérardmer
Société Générale
Bank in Gérardmer
Post office
7, Rue Henry - Corcieux
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
La Poste
Post office in Corcieux
Tourist office
9, Rue Henry - Corcieux
03 29 50 73 29
Opening times
  • Monday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Friday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Office du Tourisme
Tourist office in Corcieux
Supermarket
4, Rue du Docteur Jean Poirot - Corcieux
03 29 51 04 05
Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 01:00 PM, 03:00 PM – 07:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 01:00 PM, 03:00 PM – 07:30 PM
  • Thursday: 07:30 AM – 01:00 PM, 03:00 PM – 07:30 PM
  • Friday: 07:30 AM – 01:00 PM, 03:00 PM – 07:30 PM
  • Saturday: 07:30 AM – 01:00 PM, 03:00 PM – 07:30 PM
  • Sunday: 08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
Supermarket
493, Rue de Saint-Dié - Anould
03 29 52 79 79
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Sunday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Spar
Supermarket in Corcieux
Super U et Drive
Supermarket in Anould
Hairdresser
05, Rue Henry - Corcieux
03 29 50 75 21
Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 04:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
Hairdresser
15, Rue de L Hôtel de ville - Corcieux
03 29 50 71 78
Hairdresser
34, Rue de la Gare - Corcieux
03 29 50 06 26
Philippe C
Hairdresser in Corcieux
Petitdemange Nathalie Marie
Hairdresser in Corcieux
Calmelet Philippe
Hairdresser in Corcieux
Repair workshop
92, Allée du Tissage - Corcieux
03 29 50 75 75
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Repair workshop
73, Rue d'Alsace - Corcieux
03 29 50 65 77
Opening times
  • Monday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Friday: 07:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Repair workshop
1, Place des Fusillés - Corcieux
03 29 27 20 04

Markings: round yellow - round blue. Duration: 3h, distance: 9.2 km, altitude difference: + 194 m.

It is advisable to put on good hiking shoes, also provide the drink in a backpack, keep your dog on a leash and respect the trails.

Departure: Corcieux, church square.

1 / Take Henry Street to the crossroads (200 m) where you turn right towards the campsites: Les Bans-La Tour.

Follow the signs (Yellow Circle) to the next intersection. Take James Wiese Street on the right at the restaurant La Mangeoire.

You pass in front of the campsite Domaine des Bans then the ehpad Forfelet.

2 / At the crossroads, turn right, towards Maison Pierre Nicole (Yellow circle).

3 / In the hamlet of Vichibure, turn left (Yellow circle). Notice on the facade of the first house the date of its construction (1827), its sandstone pediment and two inscriptions H10. ch6: the German occupation, in 1940, houses were requisitioned to house the enemy army. Entries specified the number of men (H 10) and horses (ch 6) that could be accommodated. On the south-east facade of the next house dated 1723 note the small flamboyant Gothic * window.

Continue and take a right at the next crossroad towards La Folie (Yellow circle). After a short climb on the asphalt road, continue on the dirt road. On your right seen on Corcieux, its bell tower and in the background the forest of Hennefête. 300 m further, on your left, notice blocks of granite.

Continue straight ahead (yellow circle) on the pleasant forest path in the undergrowth that crosses the place called La Folie. Below, you will see the ruins of an old mill fed by the creek of Bans.

4 / Leave the path that goes up on the left and follow the path marked on the right (Yellow circle). You pass on an old stone bridge. On your right are old quarries of granite.

At the end of the path, turn left on the paved road for 100 m. At the crossroads, go right and then immediately left to follow the stony path (Yellow circle).

600 m further on, at the level of a ruined farm, turn left towards Les Balcons de Corcieux. Cross a first paved road and take the following one (Yellow circle) in slight climb on about 100 m. Then take the dirt road on the right. Continue straight, ignoring the paths to the right and left to reach the magnificent panorama of the balconies of Corcieux on the edge of a meadow: on the left the village of Corcieux is emerging; in front of you, the massifs of Saint-Dié des Vosges and in the background, the plateau of the Champ du Feu, the trapeze of Climont.

Walk along the meadow on the right and take a dirt road for about 50 meters, some 100 meters further on.

5 / At the intersection (Blue Circle), turn right on the path to the next meadow you cross with another, on your left, a beautiful view of the Corcieux basin and Mount Thiriville.

Continue straight on the grassy path (on the right, the Tête de Nayemont dominates at 967 m) which then crosses a small wood.

6 / At the intersection (signs), veer to the left (Rond bleu), direction Rambaville. Follow the markings (blue circle) crossing the meadow on the right.

Continue on the path slightly downhill (blue circle) to the locality Le Haut Mont (alt 660 m). At the crossroads, take direction Rambaville-Corcieux.

Arrived at the small hamlet of Rambaville, turn left on the asphalt road. After 200 m, take the dirt road on the left (Rond bleu), alt 570 m. On the farm, observe a beautiful ordeal, turn left and cross the bridge over the Goulle stream.

After a short climb on a tarred road, turn right (blue circle). A little further, a second Calvary * dominates the stream.

The pleasant path of Champ Balland takes you back to Corcieux (blue circle), alt 560 m.

7 / At the crossroads, turn right, rue du Chenel, cross the subdivision of Haut des Creux to reach the center of Corcieux and the place of the church from which you left.

To have :

a Gothic window: This small flamboyant Gothic window, carved in the sandstone of the Vosges, dates from the time of the counts of Martimprey. JeanFrançois I (1664-1746), having obtained the right of high and low justice in 1717, had made this construction a prison (imposing bars of iron).

The Calvary of Rambaville: This Calvary (La Croix George) is located between Rambaville and Champ Balland. Nicolas George would have erected this cross on the occasion of the death, on January 1, 1812, of one of his relatives. Crossroads or crosses represent both a geographical and historical heritage of our campaigns.

Petrol station
493, Rue de Saint-Dié - Anould
03 29 52 79 79
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 07:30 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
Petrol station
73, Boulevard de la Jamagne - Gérardmer
Opening times
  • Monday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Friday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
  • Sunday: Open 24 hours a day
Manu Autos
Repair workshop in Corcieux
Garage Didier Kévin
Repair workshop in Corcieux
Corcieux Auto Concept
Repair workshop in Corcieux
Super U de Anould
Petrol station in Anould
Station Service Intermarche
Petrol station in Gérardmer
Car rental company
8, Chemin de la Hulotte - Gérardmer
03 29 41 41 41
Opening times
  • Monday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Thursday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Friday: 09:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Airport
12, Place du Capitaine Dreyfus - Colmar
03 89 80 54 88
Opening times
  • Monday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
  • Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
  • Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Point Loc
Car rental company in Gérardmer
Diapason, Navettes Aéroports, Locations Avec Chauffeur
Airport in Colmar
Banks
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Shops
Motor services
Transport
Restaurant
Partner of the campsite
44, Rue du 31EME B C P - Corcieux
03 29 51 65 62

Good plan : say that you come from the campsite and you will enjoy an aperitif, coffee or digestive offered !

Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Restaurant
Partner of the campsite
6, Place des Fusillés - Corcieux
03 29 50 65 62

Good plan : say that you come from the campsite and you will benefit :

In a relationship or with friends : kir offert

Family : 1 free child meal

Restaurant
14, Rue de L Hôtel de ville - Corcieux
03 55 23 40 15

Good plan saying that you come from the campsite!

Opening times
  • Monday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM
  • Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 06:45 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Friday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 06:45 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Saturday: 07:00 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Sunday: 06:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Restaurant
588, Rue de Gérardmer - Anould
03 29 50 89 78
Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Restaurant
4, Boulevard Kelsch - Gérardmer
03 29 60 07 81
Opening times
  • Monday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Thursday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Friday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Saturday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Restaurant
24, Rue Charles de Gaulle - Gérardmer
03 29 60 80 39
Opening times
  • Monday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Thursday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Friday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Saturday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
  • Sunday: 11:30 AM – 09:45 PM
Restaurant
20, Rue Concorde - Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
03 29 58 86 64
Opening times
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Thursday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Friday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Saturday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 09:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
Restaurant
Port d'epinal - Épinal
03 29 81 33 45
Auberge au Grain de Sel
Partner of the campsite
Hotel Restaurant Du Commerce Tisserand Jean Luc
Partner of the campsite
Le Forfelet Sebastien
Restaurant in Corcieux
Le Razoquet
Restaurant in Anould
La Taverne Alsacienne
Restaurant in Gérardmer
Brasserie du Grizzly
Restaurant in Gérardmer
Le Croc Vosgien
Restaurant in Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
La Capitainerie
Restaurant in Épinal
Other local product
44 Habaurupt - Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
03 29 50 44 56

More than 35 kinds of homemade sweets with natural flavors and essential oils. Discover the old-fashioned manufacture of real candies from the Vosges, Fir, Honey, Bergamot, Eucalyptus and other Violets…

Other local product
10 Rue de la Gare Nol - Le Syndicat
03 29 24 71 04

On the borders of Alsace and Lorraine, near Gerardmer and La Bresse, in the heart of the Vosges, since 1820, Lecomte-Blaise offers you eaux-de-vie fruit, liqueurs and cocktails, according to the purest tradition. These spirits specialties have become one of the essential jewels of the Vosges mountains.

Other local product
14 route du climont - Ranrupt
03 88 97 72 01

Visit our old-fashioned workshop : large copper cauldrons, fruits, sugar

And 30 years of research and experimentation,

based on the Alsatian tradition, refined until the development

A unique manufacturing technique in France !

Other local product
9 route du vin - Kaysersberg Vignoble
03 89 47 13 20

Come discover a tasting like no other.

Guided cellar tour and wine and cheese tasting. A happy marriage between cheese and Grand Cru from the Kaysersberg Valley to be discovered throughout the year in the private wine cellar of the meyer-krumb family…

Other local product
Ribeauvillé - Ribeauvillé
03 89 73 70 34

Pioneer of Alsace whiskey, rare eaux-de-vie and liqueurs. Alcohols are presented in a wide variety of bottles and flasks of various capacities.

During a visit to Alsace, we invite you to share a moment of pleasure for a tasting.

Other local product
9 Rue des Moines Haut - Fougerolles-Saint-Valbert
03 84 49 10 66

The Paul Devoille Distillery, founded in 1859, is a family distillery that favors the quality of its products.

Located in Fougerolles (France), the capital of Kirsch, we produce a wide range of fruit brandies, liqueurs, creams, spirits with Libertine® absinthe plants, sour cherries and alcoholic fruits.

From classic eaux-de-vie (Pear William, Kirsch…) to original liqueurs, our products are the partners of your moments of pleasure : as an aperitif or as a digestive, pure or in cocktails, in your recipes…

Cdhv : Confiserie des Hautes Vosges
Other local product in Ban-sur-Meurthe-Clefcy
Distillerie Lecomte Blaise
Other local product in Le Syndicat
Les Confitures du Climont
Other local product in Ranrupt
Vins d'Alsace Meyer Krumb
Other local product in Kaysersberg Vignoble
Distillerie Artisanale Gilbert Holl
Other local product in Ribeauvillé
Distillerie Paul Devoille
Other local product in Fougerolles-Saint-Valbert
Restaurants
Local products
Chemist
25, Route de la Houssière - Corcieux
03 29 50 65 66
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
Doctor
85, Route du Saut des Cuves - Xonrupt-Longemer
03 29 63 06 33
Opening times
  • Monday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM, 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM, 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM, 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Thursday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM, 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM, 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: 09:30 AM – 11:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Dentist
1A, Rue Carnot - Gérardmer
03 29 60 03 63
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Doctor
18A, Boulevard Adolphe Garnier - Gérardmer
03 29 63 33 00
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Wellpharma Pharmacie Lepaige
Chemist in Corcieux
Jaeglé Jacques
Doctor in Xonrupt-Longemer
Cabinet Dentaire Le France Caclin Yves
Dentist in Gérardmer
Maison Médicale Les Thermes
Doctor in Gérardmer
Town hall
1, Place du Général de Gaulle - Corcieux
03 29 50 67 21
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:30 PM
  • Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:00 AM, 01:30 PM – 04:30 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Fire brigade
3, Rue de la Gare - Corcieux
Mairie
Town hall in Corcieux
Centre d'Incendie et de Secours de Corcieux
Fire brigade in Corcieux
Vet
99, Boulevard d'Alsace - Gérardmer
03 29 60 00 00
Opening times
  • Monday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Thursday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Friday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:00 PM
  • Saturday: 08:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Sunday: Closed
Laubacher François
Vet in Gérardmer

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
Violences Femmes Info (helpline for female victims of violence) : 3919
European Emergency Service : 112

Healthcare
Public services
Vets

For rent, departures are between 8 : 30 and 10am.

In location, departures are expected before 12h.

The final cleaning option is optional and costs 60 €.

Nearest airports:
  • (100 km, 1:23)
  • (115 km, 1:34)
Nearest railway stations:
  • (19.6 km, 24 min)
  • (40 km, 45 min)
  • (41 km, 44 min)
  • (97 km, 1:31)
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