Haguenau forest

Haguenau forest
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  • Haguenau forest
  • Haguenau forest
  • Haguenau forest
The undivided forest of Haguenau with an area of ​​13 hectares is part of the 406th largest French lowland forest massif which covers 6 hectares. This forest massif forms a plant screen over 21 km from west to east and 000 km from north to south. The Haguenau forest has a few hundred Celtic tumuli and necropolises in the shape of oval or circular mounds which measure up to 30m. A large number of them were excavated after 10 by the Mayor Xavier Nessel, passionate about history and archeology, which allowed him to constitute a collection still visible today at the historical museum of Haguenau.
At the edge of the Eberbach stream, we discover the Gros Chêne site. Its name is due to a tree 5 to 6 centuries old struck down on November 13, 1913. There remains today part of the trunk capped with a sheet metal hat. Near the Gros Chêne site, you will find a picnic area, a playground and an inn. The site is also the starting point, or a stage, for many marked footpaths, cycle tours and mountain biking.
Take advantage throughout the year of the program of hidden treasures of the Haguenau Undivided Forest which offers walks, outings and excursions in the forest.
The map of the Haguenau forest walks is available at the Haguenau Tourist Office.

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Type of places to visit
Forest / tree


In forest

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