Vallée de la Bruche
Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France

Itinerant bivouac stays in the Bruche valley

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What is a bivouac? It is a light camp, with or without a tent, temporary for one night only, with the obligation to leave the next morning, leaving the place in the strict condition as found the day before. Why a bivouac stay? It's living a real mountain experience, learning to break away from our usual modes of comfort, while remaining within a reasonable framework of well-being. It’s also learning how to manage the contents of your bag and your food. This is the guarantee of sharing strong moments of conviviality. And above all, it is to be as close as possible to nature and to be confronted with the paradox of movement and the feeling of experiencing a break outside of time. This is what RandoEmotion offers you with stays in the Bruche valley, in the heart of the central Vosges.