The Haute-Marne is one of the most gorgetous sites in France. With its 250,000 ha of forests, the Haute-Marne is the country of wild boars, deer and deer.
The forest of Arc-Châteauvillain, in the south-west of the department, is often considered as one of the richest game sites of France. From these forests was born a gastronomic know-how; Many restaurants offer a range of game menus.
The "Brotherhood of the Black Beast"
The brotherhood highlights the game meat from Haute-Marne. Deer, roe deer and wild boar are eaten at the annual chapter held on the 1st Sunday of March for lunch.