Parc Naturel Regional Des Vosges Du NordCurrently Closed
- Address: Maison du Parc Le Château BP24, 67290 La Petite-Pierre, France
- Timings: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Point Of Interest
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...came through this amazing park on our bycicle-trip in THE summer of 2018 from Lappland to Switzerland...it was...beautiful...many hidden little roads next to the main-road...it's worth it to look for them...enjoy!. Nice cows, houses, apple-trees, streams and people!!! Deep woods too...
Super beautiful and calm. Good place to rest a bit.
Highly recommended for outdoors. Check out the Défi des Seigneurs and try and stay in cloisters or monasteries. They are very hospitable places.
Lovely walk through rolling hills and wooded valleys, picturesque and tranquil
Managed forests meaning that there is active logging throughout. Even though they call it a wildlife park, we saw zero animals and we were there for a week.