The Landscape Le Champ du Feu The Bruche: a water garden... The festivals of Alsace Local produce The Bruche Valley, a link between the Vosges and Alsace. Alsace, an unexpected area with hidden natural treasures. The Mutzig Fort A place of memory and a land of history Mountain hiking, fun trails, theme trails : The Donon Alsace-Moselle Memorial The Oberlin Museum The European Centre of Deported Resistance Members and the site of thr former Natzweiler-Struthof camp

The Landscape

The Bruche Valley embodies a feeling of tranquillity...

The surrounding forests and grasslands are happily set against the sky displaying their soft curves. When you are there you can be sure you are in the Bruche Valley.

Le Champ du Feu

The ideal spot for a 100% natural trip !

The Champ du Feu, standing at 1099 metres, is the highest point of the Lower Rhine.  The vegetation of its mountain stubble fields and raised peat bogs make this natural site as fragile as it is exceptional.

The Bruche: a water garden...

Fishing or cycling along the peaceful banks of the Bruche river.

The valley extends from the confines of the Vosges to the banks of Strasbourg, mysterious, clear, running or still; the Bruche river imprints a crystal view of the valley.

The festivals of Alsace

Get the party started!

Folk musical evenings, Christmas musical eves, harvest festivals, celebrations and popular local delights. Alsace is said to have as many festivals as there are days in the year...

Local produce

Get prepared to be carried away by the flavours of the land...

Whether in farm houses, on market stalls, terrace dining in the summer or around the fireplace in the winter, the Bruche Valley knows all about local produce!

The Bruche Valley, a link between the Vosges and Alsace.

In the Bruche Valley, you will not find cob walls, timber frame or half-timbered houses...

Here low, stocky houses with a sober architecture and made of pink sandstones, adorned by curves, arches and hearts compose the farm houses of the villages of the valley. They embodie the charm of the Vosges mountains and the quite and warm nature of Alsace.

Alsace, an unexpected area with hidden natural treasures.

One does not come here by chance...

Or simply to see “the blue line of the Vosges”. Come here to enjoy the warm hospitality and spirit of generosity of its people and to appreciate their creative local talents for well being in a lush green haven. Come for the Bruche Valley, naturally. You will not regret it.

The Mutzig Fort

An outlook of the Maginot line...

In 1893, at the border of the Bruche Valley, Wilhelm II invented a modern times fortification.

A place of memory and a land of history

An area that sits between two borders...

The landscape of the Bruche Valley travels in your mind like a history book that has not finished being written yet.

Mountain hiking, fun trails, theme trails :

The best options for walking are here.

Alone or accompanied, go uphill or downhill, surrounded by nature and culture, in the Bruche Valley you will inevitably find your way.

The Donon

Nature meets energy and hosts a legendary place of worship and sanctuary

Standing 1009 metres high, this sacred mountain invites you to embrace Alsace, Lorraine and view what is expressed as “the blue line of the Vosges”

Alsace-Moselle Memorial

Alsace a story to tell...

Become a witness and a part of Alsace’s extraordinary history, from 1870 until the major steps of the building of Europe.

The Oberlin Museum

Where learning is fun ... and education always enjoyable

Long before of what we now know as the public school , the idea of a school and a method of teaching focusing on young children were born in 1769 in a remote corner of the Alsatian Vosges.

The European Centre of Deported Resistance Members and the site of thr former Natzweiler-Struthof camp

To resist, and fight for freedom and democracy, until the end...

Today like yesterday this place of remembrance is the only evidence of concentration camp in France. A powerful symbol that calls for concern.

Things you shouldn't miss

Theatre: Les Bémonts

The 25/04/2014

Photo FredGo

Concert : FredGo (pop-rock)

The 25/04/2014

Theatre: Les Bémonts

The 26/04/2014

Theatre: Les Bémonts

The 27/04/2014

The castle of Salm

The 01/05/2014

Useful hints and tips

Chalet du Champ du Feu

Bureau d'accueil du Champ du Feu

Montagne et terroirs à Lutzelhouse

Montagne et terroirs

Guide des activités associatives de la Vallée de la Bruche

Formulaire congrès CAF - AMAT Grand Est (copie)

Logo indiquant la possibilité de se connecter en Wifi à l'Office de Tourisme

Tourist Information Centre Services: Wifi connection

Combi-ticket Mémorial de l'Alsace-Moselle - Site du Struthof

Tennis Club de la Vallée de la Bruche, Schirmeck

Tennis:Tennis court hour rental

Current special offerts or short breaks

Hiking trip in Alsace "La Haute-Bruche grandeur nature"

In the Bruche Valley... Forget everything and be welcome in a preserved nature and landscapes through the seasons...

Jo Pesendorfer - La Cheneaudière

Delightful biking : Smart, trendy and eco- friendly !

Up hill and down vale, through the fields and forests… Rent an E-bike for a culinary experience across scenic...

Site de l'ancien camp de concentration du Struthof et Centre Européen du Résistant Déporté.

Alsace: a Story of Remembrance

Listen to the story History has to tell! From a torn-apart Europe to a reunited Europe, discover 3 major sites in the...

La vidéo

Video film

Winter sport resort Champ du Feu

C'est en Alsace, au cœur du massif des Vosges, dans la vallée de la Bruche, que Fabrice KRENCKER, artisan confiturier et son équipe, vous concoctent avec passion et imagination plus de 30 recettes de confitures, marmelades et gelées.

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