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A haven of peace in the heart of unspoilt, warmly welcoming natural surroundings, the Vosges Massif is a favourite destination for hikers, outdoor sportspeople and lovers of wide open spaces. You feel in harmony with yourself there, and that can’t be bad!

For lovers of the great outdoors

A welcoming, vibrant and invigorating mountain range, the Vosges Massif makes a great destination whatever the time of year, whether you come with your family, alone or as a couple, to explore at your own pace and as the mood takes you. Your next experience awaits you!

Roam two Regional Nature Parks, including a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and make your way along more than 16,500 km of hiking trails in discovery of the Massif’s outstanding fauna and flora. Get on first name terms with clouds at the top of the “Ballons” and on the Crest Road, explore the Valley of Lakes, climb the Sacred Le Donon Mountain, keep a lookout for red deer, go in search of wild myrtle berries… On foot or by mountain bike, you’ll want it all over again!


Answer the call of the mountains

The Vosges Massif puts on a new face with every season. The return of fine weather brings an explosion of outdoor sports with it, including paragliding, night walks, and paddleboarding on lakes worthy of Canadian landscapes. As you round a cliffside, you’ll catch a glimpse of chamois frolicking among the daffodils or gentians, depending on the season.

In winter, with its landscapes of snow-clad fir trees and shimmering ice-covered lakes, the Vosges Massif whisks you away into a fairy tale. Set off to try your hand at some of the Nordic activities on offer at its twenty mountain resorts, from the ever-popular cross-country skiing and rather more unusual pleasures of horse tubing to slopes suitable for all levels of downhill skiing. And after having filled up on excitement, take a table at one of the convivial farm inns and enjoy some of the products of the local terroir

Bol d'Air
Bol d'Air

Out in the great wide open with your family

Easily accessible, the Vosges Massif is an ideal destination to enjoy as a family. Its rounded relief provides gentle slopes well suited to leisurely walks. And what with adventure parks, water activities on its lakes and initiations in the art of skiing, there’s no likelihood of anybody getting bored!

Exploring the Vosges Massif is also an opportunity to reawaken your inner child. Haven’t you always wanted to sleep in a treehouse, climb a frozen waterfall or build your own igloo? Make your wildest dreams come true with the many out-of-the-ordinary experiences on offer in the Vosges Massif. Times you’ll remember for the rest of your life!

Galerie thermale

Unwind during a relaxing break

If you feel in need of relaxation after a long hike or just want a little time to yourself, the Vosges Massif is a land of wellness where time seems to stand still. Between far-famed wellness centres and intimate spas in forest settings, immerse yourself in a cocooning atmosphere conducive to true peace of mind, where you can pamper yourself to the rhythm of massages, waves and the sounds of nature.

From the famous thermal resorts of Vittel and Contrexéville to the peaceful little towns of Bains-les-Bains and Plombières-les-Bains, you can recharge your batteries, take good care of yourself, get yourself back into shape, or simply have fun. In the Vosges Massif, forest bathing takes on its full meaning!

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Discover our Vosges destinations

The Vosges Massif spreads across seven départements and two regions, which gives it an undeniable advantage: you can change the scenery as the mood takes you!

Take part in a frenetic sled race on the heights of the Vosges before setting off hiking around Lorraine’s “Little Canada” in Meurthe-et-Moselle. Visit the sparkling Saint-Louis Crystal Museum in Moselle and then treat yourself to a tarte flambée in Alsace.

To the south of the Vosges Massif, you come to the historical region of Franche-Comté and its AOC Fougerolles kirsch, works by Le Corbusier and Plateau of a Thousand Ponds. A whole programme in itself!

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