A selection of minigolf photos from a cycling trip in the Mosel Valley, Germany.
Charter Member of the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour Christopher Gottfried has just returned from a cycling trip in the Mosel Valley, Germany. While travelling along the route he managed to spot quite a few miniature golf courses.
He began his journey in Luxembourg where he found this Eternit Miniature Golf course on the Esplanade de la Moselle in Remich.
|Minigolf in Remich|
He followed that visit over the border in Germany when he went looking for the Minigolf course in Nittel.
|A sign for the Minigolf course in Nittel|
Next up was a stop in Zeltingen-Rachtig where he found this Beton / Concrete style of Minigolf course.
|The Minigolf course in Zeltingen-Rachtig|
|The Hammer Cage lane - you have to pitch the ball from a tee, across the grass and onto a large concrete circular 'green. We've played this tricky hole in Finland and Sweden|
In Traben-Trarbach he found this Eternit Miniature Golf layout.
|The approach to the minigolf course in Traben-Trarbach|
|The Eternit miniature golf course in Traben-Trarbach|
|The minigolf course in Traben-Trarbach|
While in Kobern-Gondorf he spotted an indoor Abenteuergolf course, as well as an Eternit Miniature Golf.
|Christopher Gottfried outside an indoor Adventure Golf course in Kobern-Gondorf|
|The Eternit Miniature Golf course in Kobern-Gondorf|
The last course he found on his mini-tour was in Bernkastel-Kues.
|The minigolf course in Bernkastel-Kues|
Check out the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour list for details of the 815 courses Emily and I have visited, along with the 20 Christopher has been too as well.
Knowing my interest in petanque and trains Christopher also sent over these snaps from the trip.
|A Boule-Platz in Traben-Trarbach|
|A freight train in Bernkastel-Kues|