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Parents of children enrolled in a school ski programme should contact their child's school directly for the relevant login information.

Prices

Prices

Each of our multi-activity programmes is developed to meet a school’s individual requirements and prices will, obviously, reflect the length of programme, chosen activities and excursions, as well as the size of the group.


To request a personalised quotation, please review the activities and excursions on offer and submit a request here.

5-DAY SWISS DISCOVERY, Anzère

Sample itinerary for an introduction to activities, but including educational excursions

Day 1 Arrival
Day 2 Château de Chillon, Olympic Museum
Day 3 Mountain biking, Half-day hike
Day 4 Canyoning, High ropes
Day 5 Departure


All prices are per person in SWISS FRANCS (prices in US$, £ and € are available on request)
Group size*
Anzère - Switzerland - Hotel des Masques
20-29
30-39
40+
Child (-16 years)
900
850
800
Additional chaperone & child 17-18 year
925
875
825

*Paying children and additional chaperones


5-DAY SWISS ADVENTURE, Anzère

Sample itinerary for team-building, with an introduction to activities

Day 1 Arrival, Team building
Day 2 Climbing, Bridge building
Day 3 Full-day hike
Day 4 Orienteering, Mountain biking
Day 5 Multi-sports, Departure


All prices are per person in SWISS FRANCS (prices in US$, £ and € are available on request)
Group size*
Anzère - Switzerland - Hotel des Masques
20-29
30-39
40+
Child (-16 years)
800
750
700
Additional chaperone & child 17-18 year
825
775
725

*Paying children and additional chaperones


6-DAY SWISS ADVENTURE, Nendaz

Sample itinerary for team-building, with an introduction to activities

Day 1 Arrival
Day 2 Team building, Climbing
Day 3 Orienteering, Multi-sports
Day 4 Full-day hike
Day 5 Mountain biking, High ropes
Day 6 Departure


All prices are per person in SWISS FRANCS (prices in US$, £ and € are available on request)
Group size*
Nendaz - Switzerland - Chalet Cité-joie
20-29
30-39
40+
Child (-16 years)
950
900
850
Additional chaperone & child 17-18 year
975
925
875

*Paying children and additional chaperones




Discounts available for large groups ( 50+ participants)

Contact us for full details!
Fully-inclusive prices include the following:
  • Full-board accommodation (picnic lunches) in multi-bedded rooms
  • Full programme of activities, as per itinerary, including all entrance fees, transport, guides, activity specialists, etc.
  • Safety equipment, as per itinerary (helmets, harnesses, etc.)
  • A full programme of evening activities, organised and supervised by our counsellors
  • Free places for accompanying chaperones on a ratio of 1:10 paying persons (pro rata)
  • Local tourist taxes and VAT, where applicable
Notes:
  • Prices do not include personal equipment (backpack, hiking boots, suitable clothing, etc.)
  • Prices do not include personal insurance (accident, illness, cancellation, etc.)
  • Prices are correct at time of publication, but subject to change (E&OE)

Details of resort transfers from Geneva, Lausanne, Sion, Zurich and Milan as well as our health insurance is available on request

Team building

This activity encourages teamwork within the group and promotes creative thinking in the process. Fun and challenging exercises will require imagination, leadership and innovative skills. Whilst acting as a useful icebreaker for both our counsellors and the students, the activities will help students understand the importance of effective verbal communication.

Climbing

This activity takes place either on a natural rock face, or on an artificial structure. Although challenging, both mentally and physically, this activity is safe and can be enjoyed by all levels of ability. Safety equipment will be explained and carefully fitted and adjusted. Depending on the age and experience of the students, supervised belaying will be included in the activity and rappelling can also sometimes be offered.

Orienteering

This activity is a challenging outdoor adventure sport that exercises both the mind and the body. The aim is to navigate to a series of control points marked on an orienteering map, collecting markers and points in the process. Students will be taught the basic map-reading skills required and will be closely supervised throughout the activity, which takes place in teams of 2 or 3.

Hiking

This activity can be included as either a half- or full-day activity and optionally combined with a mountain hut overnight. Often structured with a cable car ride, this activity is challenging, but hugely rewarding when the destination is reached, often a mountain summit with panoramic views. Regular rest stops are included, which provide the ideal opportunity to introduce the mountain flora and fauna which can be found and enjoyed along the route.

Mountain biking

This activity is carefully structured to firstly introduce the mountain bike, proper riding position, use of brakes, etc. then moves to basic skills, which will be practiced in a controlled environment with the use of ramps and other obstacles and then finishes with a forest trail suitable for all levels of ability, closely supervised at all times.

High ropes

This exciting activity requires no previous experience, but is challenging and at times physically demanding. A number of different courses through the trees are available to accommodate different levels of ability. Some courses reach as high as 15m, but all follow the same safety principles. A fixed cable extends the length of each course and students are attached to the cable by means of a fail-safe system, which cannot be removed from the cable and protects the student at all times. Safety equipment will be explained and carefully fitted and adjusted before any student is allowed onto a course and students are carefully monitored from the ground by the course personnel. Courses include rope climbs, cargo nets, hanging logs & tyres as well as Tyrolean descents.

Canyoning

This exciting activity is challenging and at times physically demanding. Combining walking, scrambling, jumping, rappelling and swimming, canyoning is a popular activity requiring no previous experience. The canyon we use is gently progressive and accessible to all ages and is supervised at all times by highly qualified and experienced guides. A walking path next to the canyon provides easy access throughout the activity and allows for any part of the canyon to be easily avoided. Jumps, rappels, rock slides and a Tyrolean add to the enjoyment. Safety equipment, wetsuits and other protective materiel will be explained and carefully fitted before entering the canyon.

Bridge building

This activity encourages team work within the group and promotes creative thinking in the process. The students will be provided with suitable materials (ropes, pulleys, wood, etc.) and taught basic techniques. Under supervision at all times, the students must work as a team and construct a bridge suitable to allow the team to traverse a divide, usually a small stream. A challenging and fun activity.

Multi-sport

This fun activity usually takes place outdoors and encourages teamwork and physical exercise. A compilation of different sports, many of which will be new to students. Typical sports will include Ultimate Frisbee, "Bum Ball" and "Kin Ball", but more traditional team sports can also be included.

Lausanne Olympic museum

The largest archive of the Olympic Games in the world, a guided tour of this fabulous interactive museum is a unique experience. Students will learn about the history of the Olympic movement from ancient Greece to the modern Games and how the organisation operates today. The permanent exhibits are designed to let us relive the emotions experienced during the Olympic Games. Through exhibitions of works of art, documents, films and precious objects, the museum pays tribute to the marriage of sport, art and culture which Baron de Coutbertin called Olympism.

Château de Chillon

The stunning 13th century Château de Chillon, right on the shores of Lake Geneva, is considered one of the best-preserved medieval castles in Europe and was immortalised by the poet Lord Byron. A guided tour through the buildings and grounds, including the grand ballroom, great hall, courtyards and bedrooms explains why the Château de Chillon is Switzerland's most visited historic monument.