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Hautes Chaumes et lacs

La Mauselaine, Gérardmer
40.84 km Distance
4:30h-8:00h Duration
1872 m Positive elevation
1872 m Negative elevation
1349 m Max. altitude
Hard Difficulty
Opened Nous attirons votre attention sur le fait que le balisage est discret et qu'il convient de rester attentif à celui-ci tout au long de votre parcours.

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Climb gradually to the ridge line before turning towards the Ténine lake and the biathlon shooting range in the Chajoux valley, then climb to the Champis thatch (view of the Vosges ridges) before descending to the Jean d'Zoure bridge in the Vologne valley. Then go to the Blanchemer lake by following the stream of the same name. Then attack the climb towards the Crêtes and the Rainkopf to go via the Hautes-chaumes and the névés paths to the Hohneck (summit of the department 1363 m - remarkable viewpoint). Head towards the Falimont pass to reach the Chaume (high altitude meadow) of the Haut-Chitelet then the pass via the Thiaville pass. Climb towards the high grass then head towards the Balveurche thatch to reach the Longemer lake via the Marinated Herring pass and the Boulard rock (viewpoint). Longemer) and then join the Grouvelin head (viewpoint) before returning to the finish via côte 1011 and the Biazot.

In our practice, it is essential to respect the work of the farmers, other operators and owners who welcome us to their land:

In order to prevent the herds from escaping, close all the electric fences and do not damage them!

Also, do not disturb the herds, greet people with a friendly "hello", and of course take back all your rubbish! Don't cut routes through the meadows, don't picnic either!

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