Green holiday resort, located on the Alsatian side of the Vosges, between 600 and 1100 m altitude.
Surrounded by forests of fir trees and bicentennial beech trees, covered by 120km of marked, easy and varied hiking trails. The Hohwald, 10km from Mount Ste Odile, is protected from the north's winds and free of autumn fog. The resort nestled in the middle of nature enjoys an exceptional climate in all seasons, pure air invigorating to natural oxygenation and restful sleep of the stressed body.
Let yourself be tempted by a holiday stay with Elisabeth Hazemann.
– The waterfall.
– The Belvedere, the work of Gérard Stark, a contemporary work of art reminiscent of a Roman baptistery overlooks a lookout point.
– The arboretum has remarkable trees: snake-tailed spruce, rare redwoods, douglas firs, the world's tallest fir tree.
– Several works of art arouse the interest and curiosity of visitors. 17 sandstone works made during a symposium of stonemason students are distributed throughout the village, representing animal sculptures as well as works of philosophical expression.
– At the upper exit of the village, a fountain dedicated to Doctor Adelaide Hautval (1906 -1988), a French doctor deported to Nazi concentration camps, recalls the achievements of a historic lady. On his pediment is written in 11 languages "Think and act according to the clear waters of your being".