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Lac de Gérardmer

Lac de Gérardmer, 88400 Gérardmer, France

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Lac de Gérardmer

Gerardmer Lake is located in the town of Gerardmer. It flows into the Vologne via a short emissary, the Jamagne. It has an elliptical shape stretched and oriented east-west. The lake has a length of  5,500 meters and it is the largest natural lake in the Vosges mountain range. One of the nice location where you can spend some nice time with your family and also there are options for boating, trekking, fishing and so more.

Attractions near Lac de Gérardmer

La Mauselaine2.89km from Lac de Gérardmer

La Mauselaine is a ski resort located in the Vosges at Gérardmer. Opened in 1958 on three tracks and it now has around 21 tracks. The resort's numerous activities include ski touring, snowshoeing, horseback riding, tobogganing, dog sledging, ice rivuleting, snow canyoning, ice climbing, ice karting, snowmobiling and so more. One of the famous locations in this area where you can spend some leisure time.

Lac de Longemer7.36km from Lac de Gérardmer

The Lac de Longemer is an Ice Age glacial lake located in France in the Grand Est region in the Vosges department . The inflow and outflow of the lake is through the river Vologne . It is located on the western flank of the Vosges in a chain of lakes that includes the Lac de Retournemer upstream and the Lac de Gérardmer further downstream .

Col de la Schlucht12.45km from Lac de Gérardmer

The Col de la Schlucht Listen is one of the main passes in the Vosges mountains, located between the municipalities of Valtin and Stosswihr, providing links between these two departments. The pass is located in a beautiful location which is historically and naturally beautiful. This place has long been a popular destination for winter sports.

Hohneck12.46km from Lac de Gérardmer

Hohneck is the Second summit of the Vosges mountains with 1364 m of altitude. As most of the summits of the Vosges, the Hohneck is situated on the water sharing crest between the Borgesian side cut by the river Vologne and the alsatian side cut by the valley of the river Fecht. It was one of the nice trekking destination and also the view from the top of the mountain is truly interesting.

Sentier Des Roches12.64km from Lac de Gérardmer

Sentier Des Roches, also known under the names of Felsenpfad or Strohmeyerpfad, is a hiking trail in the Vosges mountains that connects the Schlucht pass to Frankenthal, near the Hohneck. Created in the early 1910s, it is partly carved into the rock and has several passages fitted out using stairs and walkways. It is one of the best known and most frequented trails in the Vosges mountains and also one of the most accident-prone.

Lac de Kruth-Wildenstein14.76km from Lac de Gérardmer

Lac de Kruth-Wildenstein is a lake in Haut-Rhin , France . At an altitude of 545 m, the surface is 0.81 km². It was located in a serene surrounding and Swimming is authorized there. The lake and the surroundign offers a lot of activites and take a bit of a walk along the lake to get away from the water sports center and sit on an area of ​​grass if you want a little more calm.

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Grand Est is a vast new region in Eastern France, the unification of the former historical regions of Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, and Lorraine. Its geographical location – bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland – makes of the Grand Est an interesting cultural melting pot which can be clearly seen in its architecture and tasted in its gastronomy.