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Km 0 circuit - Pfetterhouse-Moos-Bonfol

The Km 0 trail allows you to discover on a 7,5 km course, in flat and wooded terrain, the various vestiges of the three fronts: French, Swiss and German. The route can be done in both directions.

From 1871 to 1914, Pfetterhouse was the village of the three borders. The terminal of the three powers, where the borders of France, Switzerland and Germany met, had become a tourist attraction and a place of international conviviality.

In the fall of 1914, the French fixed the start of the Front at the Swiss border of Largin. The boundary marker n ° 111 then became the Zero Kilometer of the Western Front.

The Friends of the Zero Kilometer association works, through this discovery trail, to promote and promote this place steeped in history and symbols.

The work it has undertaken has made it possible to restore several concrete structures on the front line, freely accessible and secure. Topoguide downloadable from the website of our partner Visorando.


Signage to follow:
yellow ring
Place of the event / departure:
The Largin farm in Switzerland, behind the old Pfetterhouse station or on the side of the road between Pfetterhouse and Mooslargue
  • Via a road / path passable by bus
Duration: 2h30
Type of tour, itinerary: pedestrian
Circuit themes: wars
Length of circuit / route (in km): 7,5
Cumulative positive elevation (in m): 100
Specific target audience
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Groups
  • School groups
Markup type
  • Vosges club
Type of trail / circuit
  • Historical/heritage/religious trail
  • Simply trail / hiking circuit
Short comment:
Guided tour on request. Contact the tourist office on 03 89 08 23 88
Necessary tools
  • Walking shoes

To download


 Departure located between Moos and Pfetterhouse
68480 Pfetterhouse
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13 Castle Street
68130 Altkirch
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Distance (km) to the nearest station:

In images, in pictures

Km 0 trench - © Vianney MULLERRedevelopment of the entrance to a blockhouse, Km 0 circuit - © Emmanuel DUBAILFrench soldiers at the Franco-Swiss border in 1916 - © Association du Km 0Redevelopment of the entrance to a blockhouse, Km 0 circuit - © Association du Km 0French soldiers at the Franco-Swiss border in 1916 - © Emmanuel DUBAILRedoubt of Largin rebuilt by the engineers of the Swiss army in August 2012. - © Emmanuel DUBAILInterior of a completely rebuilt machine gun post - © Vianney MULLERBlockhouse at Km 0 - © Vianney MULLER

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