The Chalots Route
Between Vosges and Haute-Saône, in the heart of the Southern Vosges, take the Route des Chalots, and let yourself be surprised… Over 120 marked km, create your itinerary to discover the heritage and exceptional know-how.
Between waterfalls and orchards, come and meet craftsmen and producers who will be happy to present their products and know-how to you.
By car, bike or on horseback, the Route des Chalots has great encounters in store for you but also wonder through typical landscapes and chalots.
What is a chalot?
The small farm outbuildings, called here " cello », are specific to the Vosges. There are nearly 300 of them on this territory. The oldest date from the XNUMXth century. Veritable granaries, grain and flour were stored there, as well as the famous local specialities: Andouilles du Val-d'Ajol and kirsch.Link / file nameLink / file nameLink / file nameLink / file name