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Head out to look for clues to help Rose, Louis and their grandma Anna find some bilberries to finish their pie! A lovely time to spend as a family overlooking Le Markstein!
The treasure hunt "Searching for Bilberries" starts at the Col de Hahnenbrunnen mountain pass. Distance 2.8 km - half-shaded itinerary Here's the story: Rose and Louis are visiting their grandma Anna, the cook at the Hahnenbrunnen farmhouse inn. Grandma Anna is in a jam: she's run out of bilberries to make her famous pie. Rose and Louis need to go and get some more from the neighbouring farmhouse inn. But Anna’s forgotten the name of the person they should ask! Equipped with a game book and a map, families head out in search of clues to help find out who to ask for bilberries. The 9 stages of the treasure hunt take around 1 hr 15 min on average. All ages can follow our two adventurers, Rose and Louis, and discover the mountain environment along the way. Booklet and map available for download. Paper format available soon (mid-August, contact us to find out) in the Tourist Offices of Guebwiller and Saint-Amarin. You can also pick up the documents at the welcome centre of Le Markstein, the Hahnenbrunnen farmhouse inn and the Salzbach farmhouse inn Discover the other treasure hunts of the Vosges Mountains and play the great game of the goose. PDF files of the games available for download on the website of the Vosges Mountains www.massifdesvosges.com
- Languages spoken : French