The Massif des Vosges has several ski resorts for snow sports enthusiasts: downhill and cross-country skiing. Find out the snow conditions on www.massif-des-vosges.com.
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Belmont

The Bruche Valley boasts the largest Nordic ski resort in the Lower Rhine area. The Champ du Feu (1099 m) is extremely popular among cross-country skiers who enjoy this beautiful and natural environment, perfect for this sport. The cross-country trails at the Champ du Feu are regularly groomed and the nordic area is completely free of charge.

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Station du Lac Blanc

The Lac Blanc alpine resort is the most important in Alsace and the third in the Vosges massif! This skiing area extend from 900m and 1200m altitude.

No. of cable lifts
8
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Station du Lac Blanc

The Lac Blanc ski resort is undoubtedly Alsace's most dynamic! A family resort, it offers all the facilities of an intimate resort. Whether downhill or cross-country skiing, it offers pistes at all levels, a ski school for beginners or improvers, and snowshoeing trails for nature enthusiasts. The 6-seater demountable chairlift speeds things up and keeps snowboarders happy. A ski resort that's simply synonymous with fun!

No. of cable lifts
8
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Le Ballon d'Alsace

Located in the heart of the Ballons des Vosges Natural Park, Le Ballon d'Alsace is at the top of the Southern Vosges. This distinctive site reaches 1,247 m. The ideal spot for skiing as a family, it offers numerous activity options from cross-country to downhill skiing, as well as traditional snowshoeing. Those passionate about unusual winter sports will love the snowpark where you can try your hand at dog sledding.

No. of cable lifts
7
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Belmont

Close to Strasbourg, Le Champ du Feu has 9 ski lifts that allow you to make the most of 14 downhill slopes: 5 green, 4 blue and 5 red. The pistes extend across three areas, allowing you to enjoy a fully protected natural landscape. There are plenty of on-site equipment hire facilities, making le Champ du Feu the ideal spot for a 100% natural trip.

No. of cable lifts
9
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Muhlbach sur Munster

Accommodation, restaurant, ski school....The Le Gaschney ski resort is a treat for boarding enthusiasts! Located at an altitude of between 990 m and 1,280 m, it offers a magnificent view of the Le Hohneck massif. Its sloping pistes make it a particularly sporty resort. Experienced skiers and competitors will be very welcome at Le Gaschney, which promises plenty of action!

No. of cable lifts
3
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Willer-sur-Thur

As the summit of the Vosges mountains at 1,424 m, at the Grand Ballon you can combine the pleasures of skiing with the great outdoors, topped off by an extraordinary view across the Plain of Alsace, the Black Forest and the Alps. Take full advantage of this resort with 5 ski lifts and 6 slopes, including a 7 km cross-country piste.

No. of cable lifts
4
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Wangenbourg Engenthal

The Schneeberg Massif is a dream setting for those who love unspoilt nature. Set off from Engenthal/Panorama, at an altitude of 460 m, or from Col des Pandours, at 662 m, and follow 75 km of marked but not tracked cross-country skiing trails. Fans of snowshoeing will be delighted, but don't forget to bring your equipment. It is not available to hire at Le Schneeberg. Tracks available for nordic ski and snowshoes.

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