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1: 25 scale IGN hiking map of the eastern sector of Sundgau. This map presents the markup of the Vosges Club to facilitate the preparation of your hikes, horseback riding or mountain biking.

Altkirch

Price: € 10 for the complete package or € 1 for the individual file

This pouch includes 17 individual files presenting looped pedestrian circuits traced on IGN maps at a scale of 1: 25. These guidebooks are accompanied by comments on the historic and tourist sites crossed. The walks last from 2h to 6h. The majority of them are half-day curls. All of these circuits follow marked routes maintained by the Vosges Clubs.

Topoguide produced from texts and circuits taken from the works of Marc Glotz: Historical walks through the Western Sundgau and Historical walks through the Eastern Sundgau, Sundgau History Society, 2006 and 2007.

Altkirch and surroundings


Price from 12 €

IGN hiking map at 1: 25 scale for the western sector of Sundgau. This map presents the markup of the Vosges Club to facilitate the preparation of your hikes, horseback riding or mountain biking.

Altkirch


Price from 3 €


Walking guide published in June 2013 which invites you to discover the three castles of the Alsatian Jura: the castle of Ferrette, the castle of Morimont in Oberlarg and the castle of Landskron in Leymen.

This guide, written by Marc GLOTZ, describes in detail the visits to the castles and offers, from each castle, a short stroll for the whole family.

In 18cm X 12cm pocket format, this 70-page guide also presents the Three Castles walking circuit, a 75 km route to be completed in four stages which allows you to tour the Alsatian Jura massif using the ruins of its old castral network.

Altkirch


Price from 12 €

IGN hiking map at a scale of 1: 50 for the Sundgau territory and the Territoire de Belfort department. This map presents the markup of the Vosges Club to facilitate the preparation of your hikes, horseback riding or mountain biking.

Altkirch

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