Gite de la Roche des Ducs

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Skiing, hiking and moutain bike

You can practise many winter and summer activities, such as alpine skiing in Gérardmer, La Bresse, or Ventron. You can also practice cross-country skiing, ski jumping, snowshoeing, paragliding, delta-plane, horse riding or hiking, mountain biking, cycling, golf, mini-golf, swimming, ice skating, bowling, tennis, windsurfing, fishing in many lakes and rivers around, rollerblading, and even bicycling on the old railway line away from car traffic…

Moutain guides

Pierre MENGIN, mountain guide specialized in the Vosges, offers his services. Walking, en snowshoing, en segway… you can find more information on his website where online booking is possible.

The green way of the Hautes Vosges

The Green Way of the Hautes Vosges is a multi-activity track, 55 kilometers long, set up on the old railway track in the Moselle-Moselotte valley. Free access and accessible to all, it allows, in complete safety and in excellent practical conditions, altogether walking, hiking, jogging, cycling, mountain biking, rollerblading, skating, and cross-country skiing. You can also rent a bike at the old train-station Vagney, 100 meters from the greenway, that is to say 6 kilometers from our rentals. If you prefer to take your own bike, a locker room in your rental will allow you to safely store it.

Hiking for children

Your children from 4 to 12 years old can also hike, thanks to Randoland circuit cards. They cover the area of the Haut du Tôt, near the Gite de la Roche des Ducs (it is possible to get these cards at the Vagney Tourist Office).

Hiking in the Vosges

Discover the richness of the mountain in all seasons: chamois, treasure hunt, snowshoeing, Robinsons’ walking, …
For any age, and any level, according to your desires.
Practice alone, with family, friends, school, work councils, …

NOTE: most outings are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Language available: German, English, and French Sign Language.
Frédérique Zeidler


At a 5-minute-walk: visit the shop of Joel COUCHOURON, photographer of Vosges landscapes and World people.