Drink Producers Menu Heritage and Tours Sceneries and Men History of Men Geology and Climate Landscapes Hautes-Vosges The “Plateau des Mille Etangs” Fougerolles and Val d’Ajol Valleys Ballons of Franche-Comté Vosgian Valleys Haut-Rhin Valleys Wine-growing Foothills Natural Heritage Orchards Forests High Stubble Lakes, Ponds, Peatlands Ravines, Cliffs and Scree Slopes Calcareous Grasslands Local Products and Craftsmanship The Park Certification Label Drink Producers The Granite Industry The Wood Industry Meat Producers Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Mineral and Natural Spring Waters Fruit and Vegetables Products Fougerolles Orchards and Kirsch Fish Farming Vosgian Cattle Breed Cheeses Small Fruit, Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Alsatian Wine Smoked Meats and Andouilles Farmhouse-Inns Farm Shops Craftsmanship Textile Granite Lava Sandstone Wood industry Farm Markets Cultural Heritage Thermal Heritage Industrial Heritage Farms Country of Art and History Religious Heritage Intangible Cutural Heritage Heritage and Memory Castles Thematic Roads and Tracks Tourist Routes Treetop Adventure Park Barefoot Trails Environment Awareness Structures Parks and Botanical Gardens Museums and Heritage Sites Thermal Baths Venues for Shows, Exhibitions and Festivals At the Park Doors Colmar Remiremont Belfort Lure Mulhouse Luxeuil-les-Bains Saint-Dié-des-Vosges Nature activities Sylvotherapy Nordic Walking Guided Walks and Discovery trails Landscape walks along the Crest Road A Farm, A Hike Mountain Guides Pedestrian Hikes Club Vosgien / Club Alpin (Vosgian / Alpine Clubs) Reception Centres for Educational Stays Trail Running Mountain Biking and Cyclo-Tourism Equine Activities Climbing Hang Gliding Aeromodelism Fishing Water Sports Winter Activities Nature stays Camping in Nature ‘Valeurs Parc’ certified Furnished Accommodation and Guesthouses Hotels and restaurants Orchards are an integral part of the Park’s villages landscape. Farmers grow local fruit tree species. In addition, beer production is expanding with new micro-breweries that revive an ancestral ‘savoir-faire’. Committed to the ‘AB’ organic approach, these companies are respectful of the environment both in their agricultural practices and in their choice of processing ingredients. Local products by nature, the ‘Valeurs Parc’ certified fruit juices contribute to preserving the valleys’ landscapes. Brewers take pride in processing local malt and hops as they make the most of the purity of the water. These products can be purchased directly from the brewery, at markets, and in local producers’ shops. Author Katia Tournoux View all posts > See list of ‘Valeurs Parc’ certified beverage companies.