Cycling circuit B01: On the heights of Urmatt

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Duration All day Length 57 Km Vertical rise 710 m Difficulty Intermediate Departing from Urmatt
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This route leads to the chapel of St. Florent in Oberhaslach. On the Sunday following November 6, a pilgrimage is held every year to invoke the healing and protection of farm animals. The first chapel, erected in the 7th century, was located at the place where the hermit St-Florent lived. The present chapel dates back to 1750 and has been beautifully restored with a beautiful collection of 19th century votive offerings. View map

Further information

Latitude 48.528030368042
Longitude 7.3227865250905
Elevation 710 m
Duration All day
Lenght 57 Km
Level of difficulty Intermediate
Car park Parking of the market place
Departure point Tourist office of the Bruche valley
Nearest station Schirmeck - La Broque



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