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    Grotte des Nains

    Hiking Highlight

    It is said that the gorges near Ferrette were inhabited long ago. Dwarves lived there and lived in the cavities. These kind creatures had eternal youth and beautiful childlike faces …

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    Matto
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    St. Martin im Felde - Oltingue

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Martinskirchlein is located about 500 meters from the village of Oltingue in the middle of the fields. It was once the mother church of Oltingue and three other villages …

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    Klaus M.
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    Gutsbetrieb Löwenburg

    Hiking Highlight

    Very well restored estate.

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    Église de saint Martin des champs.

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Saint-Martin-des-Champs is located in the middle of fields, about 500 meters from the village of Oltingue.It is a very special church in more ways than one. It was the mother church of Oltingue and 3 Missing Villages.

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    Schloss-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A very narrow trail leads westwards from Biderthal Castle.
    In my opinion, not completely mobile. At least a few places seem to me to be quite exposed and on the …

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    Eric 🖖
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    Lac de Lucelle

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Beautiful lake right on the border with France. The shores covered with reeds and trees give the water a wildly romantic character. Here you can relax in nature and watch waterfowl such as ducks and gray herons.

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    Nice woodland trail to St Brice. This is a greatpath.. the main danger is the mud, which their is a lot of. Unfortunately no down hill stretches, but the mud …

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    othomas
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    Le Gros Chêne de Sondersdorf

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Called big oak or Napoleon oak, this tree in old age, perhaps 400 or even 500 years old was already spotted in 1912 by foresters as a remarkable tree.

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    Remel Trail S2

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The trail is marked here as S4, that's not true. Technically savvy drivers should take it with caution (loose, stony ground, sometimes close to the steep slope) but can be …

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    10

    Château de Ferrette

    Hiking Highlight

    The first mention of the Château de Ferrette dates back to around the year 1100, so it would be one of the oldest castles in Alsace.
    Seat of the counts …

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    Kiffis <> Wolschwiller

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Little traffic, happy pedaling up on the bike and greeting the cows

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    Jan
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    Remelturm

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Remelturm stands on the border ridge between CH and F and had both a surveying and certain military significance in the past - on the one hand as a …

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    Burg im Leimental

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The place was inhabited by the Romans. In 1168 the castle Biedertal was given as a back to Emperor Barbarossa. In 1269 it came into the possession of the Basel …

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    Klaus M.
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    Schloss Burg

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    It's actually called Schloss Biederthal.
    Built around 1250 by the Lords of Biederthal as a Habsburg fief, it later passed to the Bishop of Basel. In 1815 it was added to the Canton of Bern at the Congress of Vienna.

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    Blochmont

    Road Cycling Highlight

    So you really do not realize that this is a pass - the slope is always moderate (about 3% coming from the north), beautifully shady in the forest it's even high and suddenly you're over it.

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    Saint Brice

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The restaurant was very nicely arranged, we almost didn't feel like getting up and driving on.

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    Piste cyclable Route Romain 🚴‍♂️

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Excellent rural and flat cycle track, following an ancient route established by the Romans. Secure cycle path separate from the street (shared with runners, pedestrians, and occasionally riders), with very beautiful views of the Vosges, Black Forest, and Alsatian Jura.

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    Château du Morimont

    Hiking Highlight

    The Château du Morimont is located in the town of Oberlarg on a hill at 522 m altitude in the Grand Est region, France, 1 km from the Swiss border, …

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    Maja R
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    Sentier forestier à St Brice (partie 2)

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Second part of the trail to St. Brice. This part is a little more interesting... some flow in there somewhere as long as there is not too much mud

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    Plateau des Nains

    Hiking Highlight

    There is also a barbecue area here and a little below the plateau you come to the hiking trail from Belfort and Mulhouse, the "Sentier de grande randonnée 532" or GR532.

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    Matto

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