Golfing and climbing: Active holidays in the ARBERLAND
Pure thrill while climbing in the ARBERLAND
Climbing is pure thrill - lift yourself up with pure muscularity on steep rock walls, secured only by a rope and the trust in your partner.
If on rocks or on trees, over fixed rope routes or in a hall: the variants and kinds of climbing are various. Especially in the Bavarian Forest Nature Park. Apart from various mountains there are many possibilities to have a look at the region from dizzy heights.
Climbing wall "BRIDGECLIMB" in Regen
This is climbing on a bridge, optionally with rope and harness or without rope and harness close to ground level at the so called bouldering. This is possible at the climbing wall at the BLSV Jugenddorf Regen/Raitmühle, that was built on the inside of one of the bows of the "Steinerne Brücke". It is not easy to climb it. Who wants to try his luck can make an appointment for a climbing course.
Tip for experiences climbers
Those who want more than climbing on a wall, can try the "Rauchröhren". The challenging climbing area is located not far from the summit of the Großen Riedelsteins. A special climbing challenge is the stone tower. He is known as an extremely difficult Bavarian Forest summit.
Golfing - in the ARBERLAND a nice piece of work
Stay fit, enjoy nature from it's most beautiful side without any stress - passionate golfers know the advantages of their sport for a long time.
The golf courses in the ARBERLAND and around it await players of all kinds with various, scenically diversified courses. "The green sport never had more followers", the German Golfing Association is glad. At a national comparison of the head organizations of the German Sport Association golfing is the leader: Golfing is the sport with the highest growth.
Golfers can indulge in their hobby also in the holiday region ARBERLAND surrounded by a unique nature and cultivated landscape of the Bavarian Forest.
Golf course Oberzwieselau (18-hole)
The Golfpark Oberzwieselau golf course Oberzwieselau is located near the castle Oberzwieselau. Next to the 400 year old approaching alley is the generous club house with its terrace in the center of a harmonically in the landscape integrated 18 hole championship course.
Natural obstacles such as old broad-leafed trees, resounding rivers and quiet ponds make every lane a special adventure.
Not far from the ARBERLAND you find the Golf Club Deggendorf with a 18 hole course. Flat fairways, light inclines and moderate inclines alternate with harmonically in the landscape and nature bedded lanes.