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Natural sites and gardens - The Bruche Valley

"Oh what a beautiful garden!”is how Louis XIV expressed himself when discovering Alsace. Nothing but beauty; you should go there and feel it! Walk along the green meadows, take in the aroma and get prepared to be hypnotised with the delicious fragrance of flowers that fill you up with tranquillity. The Bruche Valley delivers a string of flowery meadows surrounded by large forests. If art is creation, Nature is an artist. The Bruche Valley is like an open air natural museum. It's never too early or too late to experience the green land.

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Le gros chêne de Salm
La Broque

The big Salm oak

It is said that the Mennonite Anabaptists planted this oak in a clearing in memory of the exemption granted to them in 1793. This superb tree is today two centuries old.
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Vallée de la Bruche

The Bruche river as it flows

The Bruche springs from the west side of the Climont at an altitude of 690m. The Bruche starts out as a quiet stream and crosses a vast sun-soaked basin, the Hang Clearing. The...
Julien Kauffmann
Belmont

The Champ du Feu

The Champ du Feu, standing at 1099 meters, is the highest point of the Lower Rhine. The vegetation of its mountain stubble fields and raised peat bogs make this natural site...
La chatte pendue
Plaine

The Chatte Pendue rock

Its name is based on an expression in the local dialect which means “the high hanging rock”.
Vue sur le Climont
Bourg Bruche

The Climont

As one of the finest mountain in the sandstone Vosges area, ideally located between the basins of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges and Villé, this is the region's main water tower...
Le Donon, montagne sacrée. Crédit photo : Office de tourisme de la vallée de la Bruche / Stéphane Spach
Grandfontaine

The Donon... The region's "sacred mountain"

Donon Mountain, rising to 3310 ft, is the highest point in Lower Vosges and marks the border between Alsace and Lorraine. As it is clearly visible from afar it has been considered...
Les jardins du Musée Oberlin à Waldersbach. Crédit photo : Musée Oberlin / Denis Betsch
Waldersbach

The gardens at the J. F. Oberlin Museum

The presbytery gardens help to bring the museum's collections to life, and offer visitors the chance to smell, see and touch the various items already introduced in the...
Open today
from 14h00 to 18h00
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Bourg Bruche

The Hang Clearing

The source of the Bruche is at an altitude of 690m at the foot of an oddly shaped mountain: the Climont (966m). It first runs through a wide sun-soaked "basin" called the Hang...
Paysages Vallée de la Bruche - Climont
Vallée de la Bruche

The landscapes of the Bruche Valley

The Bruche Valley, carved out by the Bruche itself, reaches the height of 1099 m at the granite summit of the Champ du Feu to the east and, to the west, a height of 1009 m at...
source : http://fleurdevie57.jimdo.com/randonn%C3%A9e-lutzelhouse-porte-de-pierre-rocher-de-mutzig/
Lutzelhouse

The Mutzig rock

A remarkable “pudding stone” rock (a sandstone conglomerate rock incrusted with small pebbles). Magnificent view over the Bruche Valley and the Champ du Feu range.
©Photo Club Passion Molsheim - RM
Oberhaslach

The Nideck Waterfall

At 534 m (1,752 ft) high, South of the castle ruins of the Nideck and at the top of a volcanic rock formation, runs a river. With its 25 m (82 ft) drop, its waterfall functions...
Open today
from 08h00 to 19h00
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Lutzelhouse

The sequoia of Kappelbronn

This giant sequoia has a special story. It was planted in 1896 in memory of Louis Butze, a little boy who died of diphtheria aged 4. His father, a forest ranger, planted the tree...
source : http://strasbourg.onvasortir.com/rando-cascades-de-la-serva-686081.html
Neuviller la Roche

The Serva waterfalls

Forded natural waterfalls.
Cascade de Soultzbach
Urmatt

The Soultzbach Waterfall

Lovely little waterfall a half hour walk from Urmatt village centre.
Le Voyemont
Saales

The Voyemont

A mountain including a rock known as the Roche des Fées (the Fairy Rock) at its peak.

Vallée de la Bruche

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Alsace - Massif des Vosges - France

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