Walking on the roof of Alsace
Between valleys and peaks, hundreds of signposted paths maintained by the Club Vosgien take you through a whole array of landscapes, from chestnut groves and evergreen forests to the high mountain pastures.
“Seasoned hikers can follow a loop trail from Guebwiller to Grand Ballon and back in a day.” The 23-kilometre walk requires a good level of physical fitness due to the 1,100-metre elevation gain! Hiking in the Vosges mountains isn’t as easy as you might think!”
"Heureusement vous pourrez profiter de beaux endroits pour reprendre des forces, comme le Judenhut un site absolument bucolique avec son joli chalet sa clairière et sa fontaine."
Thomas’ hometown is Murbach He returns to “his” little village as often as he can, on foot or by mountain bike, thanks to the guided excursions that he accompanies. After growing up below Murbach Abbey, it was difficult not to be fascinated by the history of this place as well as Florival! It fills me with enthusiasm to share my knowledge of this heritage, these natural sites and the hiking and mountain-bike trails. I feel very attached to this valley. After work, when I'm not immersed in a comic book or playing my guitar, you'll find me out on my mountain bike or hiking somewhere above Murbach.See more topics writen by Thomas