The Ballons des Vosges Park is dedicated to promoting short tours as well as local produce and craftsmanship.

The Southern Vosges Mountains offer exceptional diversity and product quality: the famous Munster cheese, the Bargkass, and many other farmhouse cheeses, smoked meats and pork products – not to mention the “rebirth” of Vosgian dairy cows, whose meat is more and more appreciated; products created by expert craftsmanship, sometimes dating back from abbey days. On the foothills, terroir diversity associated with geological complexity produces wines among the best in the world. Towards the South, small territories managed to preserve dairy farming combined with a fruit production that constitutes a unique heritage in France: high-trunk cherry tree orchards producing kirsch, AOC from Fougerolles. Also south of the Park, fish farming in ponds is an extensive and quasi-natural production dating back to the Middle Ages and forming a rich ecosystem – a symbol of a preserved nature. Lastly, altitude moors and forests provide aromatic and medicinal plants of all sorts – from wild berries such as blueberries – which are then processed into syrups, jams and herbal teas, thanks to a craftsmanship passed on over the generations.