Wangen Wine Trail (1h30)

by | Updated on 10/11/2023 | Hiking, Wine route | 0 comments

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I was looking for a nice walk, neither too long nor too far from Strasbourg. With the wine trail of Wangen, a 5 km loop that can be done in 1h30 (2h with some breaks!), I was pleasantly surprised! The view on the vineyard, the most northern of the Alsace Wine Route, but also on the Black Forest, Strasbourg and the Vosges, was magnificent and the path very pleasant.

The walk starts on the parking lot of the village hall in Wangen (rue des Vignes). Follow the green circle markers to climb slowly but surely through the village and then the vineyards. The 20 to 30 minute climb is worth it: an almost 360° view of the surroundings! I didn’t expect such a nice view.

The path continues on the heights of the vineyard, where you will soon find a recent shelter in very good condition of the Club Vosgien. Perfect for a break! The Wangen wine trail leads you through tall fir trees, a completely different atmosphere. Then it’s time to go down through the forest on a small path. You will quickly reach the vineyards and then the village.

I strongly recommend you to visit it. With its old houses, its alleys, the Niedertor (an old tower from the 13th century) and its surrounding wall, Wangen is a really charming village.

I liked

  • Beautiful views

  • A walk with varied landscapes

  • The beautiful village of Wangen to discover

I liked a little less

  • Nothing!

My photos of the Wangen wine trail

Practical information

Beaconing

Green circle

Departure and arrival

Parking of the Wangen village hall, rue des Vignes

Features

  • Distance : 5 km
  • Elevation gain: about 160m
  • Duration : 1h30

Access

By car

You have to count:

  • 24 km from Strasbourg (about 25 minutes)
  • 70 km from Colmar (about 1 hour)
  • 110 km from Mulhouse (about 1h20)
By public transport

Bus 230 from the Strasbourg bus station. Line 233 also serves Wangen. You can calculate your route on Fluo Grand Est.

Léa

Léa

Léa a toujours aimé débusquer des adresses gourmandes méconnues, des activités insolites, des randos hors des sentiers battus, des lieux avec une histoire et une âme... Cela tombe bien, l'Alsace en regorge ! Journaliste dans la vraie vie, blogueuse pour le plaisir, elle se fera un plaisir de partager toutes ses trouvailles.

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