The Gros-Chêne site in the Exceptional Forest®

Haguenau
Schwabwiller Road
Haguenau forest
67500
Haguenau
03 88 06 59 99
tourisme@agglo-haguenau.fr

Location and access

  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - Fleckinger_Cyrille
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - Fleckinger Cyrille
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - Fleckinger Cyrille
  • The Gros-Chêne site in the Forêt d'Exception® - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
At the edge of the Eberbach stream in the Exceptional Forest® of Haguenau, we discover the site of Gros Chêne. Its name is due to a 5 to 6 century old tree struck down on November 13, 1913. Part of the trunk remains today wearing a tin hat.
Each year the patronal feast of St-Arbogast is celebrated in the small chapel built in 1955. 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 stopover, for many marked trails for hiking, cycling and mountain biking, fitness trails, as well as a trail accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Practical information and services

Type of places to visit
Natural environment (reserve, peat bog, fauna, flora, forest)
Onsite
Restaurant

Location

Situation
In forest
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By a small asphalt road