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The Bruche Valley in images

The Bruche Valley runs 45 minutes west of Strasbourg from the piedmont plateau in the middle of the Central Vosges mountain range to the edge of Lorraine. This valley is surrounded by the highest Bas Rhin peaks and home to leafy mountains, mid-mountain pastures and high grasslands. The Bruche runs through the valley and is a natural "bridge" between the sandstone Vosges and granite Vosges which is named after it. 

 Leisure activities

Everything you need to have fun and recharge your batteries

Leisure activities
 Local produce

Fresh, tasty, authentic. Fill your basket with local flavour and colour

Local produce
 Landscapes

The Bruche Valley landscapes take you on an adventure through the seasons.

Landscapes
 Visits

Everything that makes the valley what it is: its historical landmarks and cultural gems

Visits
 Ever-present water

Water is everywhere in the valley. Streams, waterfalls, lakes, the river...

Ever-present water
 Winter

The joys of snow... in all its glory!

Winter

Vallée de la Bruche

L'accueil est dans notre nature
Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France

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En ce moment

Mémorial de l'Alsace-Moselle. Crédit photo : Office de tourisme de la vallée de la Bruche

The Alsace-Moselle Memorial
du 11/07/2019 au 23/12/2019 à Schirmeck


Crédit : centre européen du résistant déporté

Former concentration camp Natzweiler Struthof
du 11/07/2019 au 15/10/2019 à Natzwiller


Portes ouvertes à l'Espace apicole

Guided tour: à l'espace apicole
du 01/07/2019 au 31/08/2019 à Colroy la Roche


Confitures du Climont

Exhibition
du 19/04/2019 au 30/09/2019 à Ranrupt