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Vallée de la Bruche
Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France
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Natural sites and gardens

Didn't Louis XIV already say, upon discovering Alsace, “what a beautiful garden! » The Bruche Valley is a magnificent example. From Donon to Climont via the Serva waterfall and the Champ du Feu, flowery meadows line up in a farandole in the middle of variegated forests !

If art is creation, Nature is artist. She left in the Bruche valley a open-air garden !

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    Landscape reading point

    Located at the Col de la Croix Walter, this landscape reading point presents a rural and urban landscape at the same time....
    Colroy la Roche

    Landscape reading point

    Go to the Cote de la Costelle site which creates a backdrop behind the church of Colroy la Roche. THE...
    grandfontaine
    Pet Friendly Parking

    The Donon, sacred mountain

    The Donon Massif with its 1009 m altitude constitutes the highest point of the Basses-Vosges, at the junction of...
    La Broque

    The Salm Oak

    It is said that Mennonite Anabaptists planted this oak in a clearing, in memory of the exemption of 1793...
    grandfontaine

    The Donon national forest

    The Donon massif has an exceptional forest. The Donon-Schneeberg sites, essentially...
    hall

    Landscape reading point

    This landscape reading point is located on the fruit tree trail, on the eastern slope and near the village of...
    Bruche Valley

    La Bruche: along the water

    La Bruche is born at an altitude of 690 m on the western slope of Climont. Shy stream at the start,...
    Bruche Valley

    The landscapes of the Bruche valley

    The Bruche Valley, which the river whose name it bears contributed to...
    ranrupt

    Landscape reading point

    Near the military cemetery, come and discover a strongly pastoral landscape.
    La Broque

    Landscape reading point

    Located above rue du Réservoir, in the heart of the hamlet of La Claquette, this reading point lets you discover a...
    Belmont
    Parking Onsite

    The Field of Fire

    With its 1099 meters, the Champ du Feu is the highest point in the Bas-Rhin. Its high altitude thatch vegetation and...
    Bourg Bruche

    The Hang clearing

    La Bruche has its source at an altitude of 690 meters, at the foot of a mountain with an unexpected shape: the Climont (966 m)....