Golf Mountain, the world’s only pop-up golf course, returns for a second round

The world’s first ever pop-up golf course, Golf Mountain, located on the pretty meadow plateau of Engstligenalp in Adelboden launched last year and was such a success that it’s back this year for a second round.

News of the pop-up golf course spread far and wide last year, resulting in one American tourist – who was on a 10-city, 14-day tour of Europe with his wife – leaving her to do the sights of Frankfurt alone, while he took a 1,000km round trip to Adelboden by taxi, simply so he could experience Golf Mountain for himself.

The pop up course is open for a limited period only; it closes on 16 October 2011.  So, if you want to secure your chance to play the world’s only natural pop-up golf course, book now.

The Cambrian, Adelboden (www.thecambrianadelboden.com), a member of Design Hotels and the only Mr&Mrs Smith hotel in Switzerland, has created a package that includes two nights’ B&B accommodation in a deluxe room, plus a four-course dinner on one night, two green fees, transfers to and from the hotel to the cable car that will take golfers up to the Engstligenalp, a sports massage and a small golf present.

Prices start from CHF 689 (approx £430) per person single occupancy and from CHF 509 (approx £315) per person for those sharing a double room.  To make a reservation, call +41 (0) 33 673 83 83 or e-mail info@thecambrianadelboden.com.  Skywork (www.flyskywork.com) now flies daily from London City Airport to Bern, prices start from Euros 59 each way (approx £50).

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About HEADYcommunications

I'm Sue Heady, a former journalist, now working as a travel PR consultant, keen to connect with all travel media, whether writers, bloggers or broadcasters. Luxury hotels in Switzerland are a speciality, but I also have clients all over Europe and here in the UK.
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