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The Valley of Lakes, consisting of the three lakes of Gerardmer, Longemer and Retournemer, is a direct heritage of the Quaternary ice ages.
1 - Gerardmer, the pearl of the Vosges, is the largest lake in the Vosges (115.5 ha).
2 - Longemer, at the foot of the Vosges mountains (76 ha), is a paradise for fishermen
3 - Retournemer, wild lake cashed at the bottom of the Valley of Lakes, the smallest (5.5 ha).
Discover the Vosges mountains and mountain lakes in the Route des Crêtes.
From the Col du Bonhomme, the ride that takes you to the White Lake, the Black Lake, Lake des Truites and Lake Vert, you can admire beautiful landscapes ...
Lake des Truites or Forlet, Green Lake, Green Lake view
Daffodils Day, Fantastic'art, Market Thursday and Saturday mornings
Craft Market on Saturday afternoon in July and August, Christmas Market.
An hour and a half discovered on a marked trail in a harmonious and attractive set for you to discover this village in altitude and different natural elements and its environment.
Alpine ski area dominates Gerardmer and its lake. It offers many opportunities for skiers of all levels and for lovers of new snow. It consists of 20 related tracks and animations are present throughout the season.
Located in the heart of the largest cross-country ski area of eastern France, the Nordic area of Bas Rupts allows beginners and experienced skiers to jump on the slopes plotted in the middle of the Vosges forest.
The Valley of Lakes also offers marked snowshoe routes where the pleasure of hiking and exploring the Vosges mountains will be waiting for you.
It is the largest resort in North-East of France.
For lovers of new snow, a snow park with sound, with half-pipe-quater - pro-jump-big air jump - banked turns, you will have fun safely.
Ranked for years among the best French northern stations, La Bresse - Lispach offers skiers 50 kilometers of groomed trails and linked to those of Gerardmer and Xonrupt order to practice the diagonal stride or skating.