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Sport at Enzklösterle

Enzklösterle provides a variety of sport offers for you. Besides hiking, nordic-walking, mountainbiking, cycling and dancing you will discover many more opportunities to exercise. Even for winter athletes a lot is provided.

The climbing crag - one of many opportunities to exercise in Enzklösterle.

The climbing crag - one of many opportunities to exercise in Enzklösterle.

Indoor Sport

The Black Forest is perfekt for outdoor activities. For walking or running tours please see the recommendation we have put together in the section hiking and Nordic walking. Indoor sport and fitness facilities in our modern sports hall - ideal for sport enthusiasts. Indoor tennis, badminton and table tennis provides the necessary change. And if you want to get really sweaty, then there is a gym available.

 

Walking and running

The Black Forest is perfekt for outdoor activities. For walking or running tours please see the recommendations we have put together in the section hiking and Nordic walking.

 

Tennis

Two new prepared sand courts at the beautiful Rohnbachtal let hearts beat faster.

 

Adventure Golf

The new way of playing minigolf. In this natural surrounding 18 golf courses on over 3,000qm become a wonderful experience. All hurdles are of typical materials from the Black Forest: The ball goes over wood pieces, water, between walls or rocks. There are two courses in Schneckentäle and Poppeltal, where you work your way through a distance of over 30 m. Find out more..

 

Golf

Close to Enzklösterle you will find a lot of „green“. First rate grounds awaits you in:
Our suggestion: Enjoy a stay at one of our top accommodation and explore the golf courses around Enzklösterle. They are all in a 30 minutes radius.
Here you will find an overview of all the golf courses in Baden-Württemberg.

 

Climbing

Go the whole length and get to know your limit. A visit to the climbing crag Enzklösterle demands concentration and skilfullness, but it also brings fun and action as they say „everone can, but nobody has to“. Learn more.