Natural sights

The glacier mills of Saint-Amarin are due to the rapid melting of the glaciers (in the last ice age about 12 to 13 thousand years ago). Waterfalls dug progressively holes into the ...
Overlooking the Doller valley the Alfeld Lake is dammed since 1883, to supply lower levels with water. His origin is due to glacial erosion. A path leads to a hut near a cascade.
The Vogelstein rocks (1164m) overhang the volcano forest and are classified as a nature reserve, due to the unique forest and the special flora and fauna.
The Doller source is situated at a heigth of 922m. The first catchment of water was in 1906. Since then, the water supplies the city of Mulhouse and its surroundings.
This tree nursery is located between the Welckentalkopf and the Herzogsberg in the Rossberg massif. The name reminds the birth of Napoleon's first son in 1811.
The tree with the six truncs lies nearby crossroad Diebolt Scherrer between Thann and the Farm-lodge Buissonnets. This type of tree with multiples trunks is caracteristic of the ...
The Belacker pasture (chaume) is located between the Rossberg and the Vogelstein. These high mountain pastures are typically for the southern Vosges mountains. Their were first ...
The Gazon Vert pasture is situated in an glacial circus. The site is surrounded by big fallen rocks. Water is flowing from a peat bog to a cascade below.
The coal mine path is situated at the foot of the Ballon d'Alsace in Giromagny and shows the history of the copper silver and lead mining.
The enchanted cascade Saint-Nicolas is hidden above the village Kruth and has its name from the chapel next to it.