Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
D/A : km 0 - alt. km 0
1 : km 0.26 - alt. km 0.26
2 : km 1.75 - alt. km 1.75
3 : km 2.35 - alt. km 2.35
4 : km 3.79 - alt. km 3.79
5 : km 4.39 - alt. km 4.39
6 : km 4.95 - alt. km 4.95
7 : km 7.42 - alt. km 7.42
8 : km 9.01 - alt. km 9.01
9 : km 9.61 - alt. km 9.61
10 : km 10.84 - alt. km 10.84
11 : km 12.01 - alt. km 12.01
12 : km 12.61 - alt. km 12.61
13 : km 13.23 - alt. km 13.23
D/A : km 13.82 - alt. km 13.82
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In the Doller valley, this walk will let you discover the lakes of Neuweiher and some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Vosges. It's an easy walk and accessible to anyone.
Along this trail of bunkers, explore fortifications dating back to the First World War, built by the German army. After the fighting in the summer and autumn of 1914, the Haute-Alsace front stabilised on along the line of Cernay-Dannemarie. The commune of Burnhaupt-le-Bas remains on the German side. In December 1914 and January 1915, the French offensive in this sector regularly broke the German lines at the cost of many lives.
This walk takes you to the Lac des Perches ; a lake that nestles at the bottom of a very steep-sided cirque. Then the path leads you on to a stubble field where there is a very beautiful view over the valley of the Doller and even of the Alps when the sky is clear.
Before the construction of the Canal of Alsace (1928), the Rhine extended its arms east of the Huningue Canal (1806) over a wide area of 1km to 2km. From the Rhone Canal on the North Rhine to the Barre d'Istein on the Old Rhine, along paths and trails often in the protected areas of the "Little Alsatian Camargue.", you'll discover numerous natural and industrial sites related to the history of the Rhine.
Begin with a stroll between the drawbridge of Kembs (1831) and l'Ecluse Le Corbusier (1961).
A trail giving you the possibility to explore a large number of running vineyards throughout the Bartenheim and Brinckheim hillsides.
This is a small nature trail made by the city of Saint-Louis. It passes through the 3 of drinking water catchment points in the city where 535 cubic metres of water are pumped every hour and then stored in a 6000-metre-cubed tank.
The trail has a dozen panels explaining the difficulties of supplying drinking water and the surrounding environments.
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