Located in the commune of La Bresse, the La Bresse Hohneck ski resort is the largest in the Vosges mountains and in the north-east of France in terms of numbers and range. It takes place in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges, Lorraine, an hour from Colmar and Mulhouse.
Created in 1965, it now has thirty-four tracks: six green, fourteen blue, thirteen red, and one black. The La Bresse Hohneck ski resort, labeled Family Plus for its infrastructure for the youngest, also has a slalom stadium and seventeen lifts. Located between 900 and 1,350 meters above sea level, it covers 220 hectares, and offers skiing in the heart of the Vosges forests in the Kastelberg area.
The special feature of the La Bresse Hohneck ski resort is to offer its visitors night skiing sessions, making it the largest illuminated ski area in Europe. For the youngest, the site also has two play areas dedicated to children: the Opoualand track including slalom turns and games of skill; the boardercross Waouland with a succession of bumps and turns to follow.
Nordic skiing, you will find on the spot about fifty kilometers of tracks, a stadium of biathlon, forty kilometers of marked trails for the snowshoes, a springboard of ski jump, or even playful spaces.
La Bresse Hohneck has a wide range of off-piste activities such as the 4-season toboggan run, a leisure pool complex, a zipline and a beautifully wooded ice rink. Lovers of old stones and culture can stroll through the surrounding villages to admire the beautiful church of the eighteenth century, the old copper mine or the various art workshops.