Walscheid village, an area of 3835 hectares 3,258 hectares of woodland, with 1672 inhabitants, including schedules of Sitifort, Eigenthal, Saint Leo, Nonnenbourg, Beimbach, Rotstein, Batishof, Munichshof.
Charming village, hemmed in the valley at the foot of the Vosges mountains in the south of the Moselle, Lorraine Region, 15 kilometers southeast of Sarrebourg and 30 kilometers west of Saverne, Walscheid is the birthplace of Pope Leo IX.
With over 3,250 ha of forests and over 300 km of marked trails, Walscheid appeal to nature lovers and sports.
Catholic Church Our Lady of the Assumption.
Chapel of Pertussis.
Statue of Virgin Mary.
Chapel of Saint Leo.
Ruins and Monuments:
Memorial Saint Leo.
French and German military cemeteries.
Ruins of Castle Walscheid (Saint Leo).
Rocks of the Greater and Lesser Hochwalsch.
Cave Saint Leo, deepest cave in the Vosges (live nativity scene on the 3rd Sunday of Advent).
Promontory St. Leo.
Source of the Bievre.
Different points of views.
Rest areas of the water and Hochwalsch.
300 km of marked hiking trails.
60 km of biking tours.
Supervised bathing in July and August to the water.
Climbing the cliffs of the large and small Hochwalsch.