Adelboden, in the heart of the Bernese Oberland, renowned for a lot of sporting activities in winter (Ski world cup) as well as in summer (climbing, hiking), expands now the cultural offer in the sector of the classical music with a festival that takes place for the 4th time and which is called: “Swiss Chamber Music Festival Adelboden”.
A high rope course with spectacular climbing constructions is now open for use by guests to Sillerenbühl. Various assault courses of different ability levels and altitudes test your limits in a safe but challenging way. Great for families, friends or groups to enjoy together.
The different climbing routes are dedicated to the subject of Alpine management, hence the name Höi-Turm (which is a play on words meaning ‘high tower’ or ‘hay stack’) For children between 4 and 8 years, there is a separate assault course with 12 sections. At the very top, there’s a 166m2 observation deck offering an unrestricted 360° view. This climbing tower is the first of its kind in the Bernese Oberland. The battle of the nerves on Sillerenbühl begins on 12 July 2014 when “ Höi-Turm ” is officially opened.
The highest 18-hole golf course in Europe combines wilderness with elegance. Nature lovers and professional golfers get their money – par 3 to par 5, abnormal height differences from the tee to the green, streams and stone sectors and often rapidly changing wind and weather conditions, which can cause irritation to any golfer from uttermost. To complete the infrastructure is a driving range and an exclusive golf club being built in an Alpine chalet.
Opening times: 11 September – 19 October 2013