At any time of year, the Munster Valley is a sight to behold with is low mountains, charming landscapes and authentic way of life. The region is rooted in the traditions of the Malkers, early mountain farmers who produced Munster cheese, and the region has a fantastically rich cultural, historical and gastronomical heritage.
The Munster Valley is known for its green, rolling landscapes populated by famous Vosges mountain cows. With its highlands, its prairies and its lakes, the region boasts a range of landscapes which make it a paradise for hikers.
As you make your way through the Grand Ballon, Hohneck and Markstein massifs, you will discover an exceptional variety of fauna and flora. From the top of Petit Ballon, you can enjoy stunning views of the entire Vosges, the Alsace Plain and the Black Forest. In winter, choose from four downhill and cross-country ski resorts: Schnepfenried, Le Tanet, Le Gaschney and Les 3 Fours. All offer the joys of winter sports in stunning surroundings.