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Teens Winter Adventures Camp - Swiss Alps, Verbier. Switzerland


Les Elfes Teens winter Overall rating: 5 out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

We welcome students from over 70 different countries each year. We are proud to deliver programmes with such a diverse range that students from all corners of the globe can enjoy learning through adventure with us. We pride ourselves on creating an atmosphere where students can learn about other cultures, learn new languages, experience new foods, new styles of dance, new games and a greater understanding of the world around them.


Our staff members reflect this diversity, speaking a range of languages and a comprehensive understanding the cultural expectations of many countries from around the world. With languages such as: Spanish, French, Russian, Mandarin, Italian, Portugese, German, Arabic to name a few, you can be assured that the students will be well taken care of.


We introduce life long skills such as communicating with others, without your phone or laptop, understanding the value of living in a community away from the familiar environment of home or school. Of course there are massive benefits to learning a new activity such as Mountain Biking or Rock Climbing, and gains from our tailored Leadership and Career Guidance programs, but having a break from the academic cycle of school and putting fun, creativity and excitement on a daily basis as the priority is where the strength in summer camp lies.


We offer residential summer, winter & spring camps in the Swiss Alps. During Summer, we have 2, 3 and 4 week-sessions and our surroundings offer the perfect setting for a summer in the mountain. Camp experience for ages 7-18. Our warm and diverse international camp community makes people feel at home. We offer exciting programs in our camps: during summer we propose over 40 activities, sports, art, music, drama, cooking, all combined with language lessons and cultural excursions, as well as wilderness adventure trips.


During winter we propose ski or snowboard lessons from very beginner to advanced level while during Spring Camp our campers have the opportunity to mix winter activities including glacier skiing with summer activities. The Holidays will open your heart and mind to show you how magical life can be.



Girls and Boys 7-18 years old

Ski and Snowboard from beginner to advanced


From beginning of December until the end of April, we offer several winter camp sessions, usually from 1 to 2 weeks long.


At The Camp we allow the young adults to express their individuality within a truly international circle. Each winter, we welcome over 45 different nationalities from all continents of the world. We ensures active participation, a very broad choice of exciting activities and a high degree of learning in a fun and very international environment, all by guaranteeing maximum safety through our caring & experienced staff.


The main activities we offer in the winter are skiing, snowboarding and the opportunity to learn new languages along the way.



Our two purpose built wood and stone chalets follow the Swiss Alpine tradition and offer charm and comfort to our guests. Both chalets are situated in green, peaceful surroundings and only five minutes from the center of Verbier. The girls and boys are separated in each of the two chalets, which are completely equipped for holiday camps :


  • A permanently staffed and welcoming reception hall
  • Large rooms with two to four beds and ensuite bathrooms
  • Two spacious, sunny dining room with an open-planned sitting room
  • Open fireplace leading onto a south facing terrace with a barbecue
  • A library, games hall, cinema, music room ( or discothèque )
  • Conference rooms and internet room
  • Professionally equipped kitchens in both buildings
  • All equipment for indoor and outdoor games and sports: football field, basketball, volleyball and badminton courts, golf putting/driving range, trampoline, pétanque area and climbing walls



The Camp offers a large buffet breakfast and a range of varied and exciting lunch and evening meal options. All of our food is prepared using fresh products and the wide-ranging international menus are well balanced, tailored specifically to suit the needs of our students throughout their active programmes with us. Our kitchens cater for all dietary requirements and menus can be personalised to suit the requirements of your group.


With such a busy programme of activities it is likely students will be off-campus for their lunch. For our winter camps in Verbier students will have use of our two, private restaurants on the mountain where they will receive hot fresh meals while they relax after a busy morning of skiing.



Throughout their stay with us our individuals are organised into age groups. They have assigned monitors in their age group who will get to know them throughout their stay and provide them with support and guidance.The age groups enable campers to find friends of a similar age from different countries and to learn a little about one-anothers’ cultures.


In the summer the activities we offer to the different age groups are suited to the age of the campers but there are still times when campers will have some evening activities or whole-camp activities together with all of the age groups combined.


The programs are perfectly adapted to age levels and ensure a progression from one to another :

  • Discovery Camp : 7-11 years “LEARN THE LEGEND”
  • Explorer Camp : 11-14 years “EXPERIENCE THE LEGEND”
  • Pioneer Camp : 15-17 years “LIVE THE LEGEND”



From total beginners, some of whom have never seen snow, to young athletes training as part of their school ski or snowboard team, we offer a lively and enthusiastic approach to lessons. We aim to facilitate an environment for students to develop their skills while enjoying their time on the mountain, making new friends from around the world and sharing valuable experiences with their peers.


Throughout our courses we follow a clear structure for progression so students are aware of their current levels of performance and their areas for improvement. At the end of each trip we like to celebrate the achievements of each of our students with a prize giving evening. It is a chance for them to have a final group photo with their instructor, receive their certificates and to hear the much-anticipated ski and snowboard race results from the week. We also show a slideshow.



07h30 – Students are woken by Les Elfes monitors for Breakfast

08h45 – Groups meet their instructors outside to take the Les Elfes private buses to the lift station

09h00 to 12h00 – Ski & Snowboard Lessons, learning new skills and practicing through a range of drills and activities or Intensive Language Lessons

12h00 to 12h45 – Lunch on the Mountain in a Les Elfes private restaurant

12h45 to 15h45 – Afternoon skiing & Snowboard session, practicing the skills learnt in the morning and enjoying the slopes with their groups

16h00 to 17h00 – Hot Chocolate & Snacks, shower time & possibly even some marshmallows

17h00 to 19h00 – Conversation Language Lessons or Optional Activities: swimming, visiting the town, relaxing at camp, snowman or igloo building, torchlight sledging, snowball fights or games at the camp.

19h00 to 20h00 – Dinner at camp, perhaps Fondue Night, Peppered Beef Ragout with Rosti or Cheese burgers with Juan’s secret sauce

20h00 – Evening Activities: ice skating, disco night, torchlight walk, music quiz or the famous Les Elfes music video.

Bedtime – Room Checks – Tidy Room Competition



A typical day will start with an early wake-up at 7.30am followed by a large continental breakfast until 8:45am. All skiers and snowboarders will leave to go skiing with their instructors; departure from campus is with our private mini buses. From 9:00 to 12:00 the students will be on the slopes in order to get their ski lessons and discover and practice new exercises



From 12:00 to 1:00pm, a warm lunch will be served in our private mountain restaurants.

From 1:00pm to 4:00pm, the campers will practice what they have learnt in the morning and enjoy the skiing with their instructors.

At 4:00pm, all campers will return to camp, enjoy a hot chocolate and relax until

5:00pm, when they will be signing up for the after ski activities, which are fully supervised by our animation staff. These activities will be indoor & outdoor activities, such as swimming, visiting the town of Verbier, going ice skating and many more.



At 7:00pm, dinner will be served including a fresh and healthy 3 course menu. 
The evening activities will take place from 8:00pm until 10:00pm. Some of our classics are the torchlight walk through the forest, ice hockey / ice skating, music video, private disco and many other activities.


During the week, the campers will go on an exciting excursion in Switzerland.


Beginner Level

Beginners will start on an easy slope, which is located very close to the center of the village. On the beginner slope, we use the “magic carpet” to go up. In small groups with qualified ski instructors, our newcomers will learn step by step first familiarizing themselves with the new equipment. At the end of one week, beginners will be able to do parallel turns on skis or snowboard fluently within the ski resort of Verbier.


Intermediate Level

Intermediate level skiers will go further up on the mountain and see many parts of the ski resort. They are comfortable on blue and red slopes and can ski parallel. Introducing advanced skiing techniques and black slopes. 


Advanced Level

Advanced skiers will do very dynamic skiing. They are comfortable on black slopes and will learn or improve carving techniques and dynamic short turns. They are able to ski itinerary runs such as Mont Fort and Tortin. Introduction into moguls and variable terrain.



1. The skier is able to stop effectively, demonstrate that they can slide confidently using different amounts of edge to vary their speed.

2. The skier is able to perform basic turns confidently on a blue slope, and is developing towards parallel turns. They can ascend confidently using a drag lift and have some experience of using a chair lift.

3. The skier is confortable in using consistent parallel turns on a blue slope but may use plough-parallel turns on more difficult terrain. They are confident in using a range of turns with different turn radii and widths.

4. The skier can effectively ski using consistent parallel turns and is working towards developing their carved turns. They have also begun to develop their ability in navigating pistes for themselves in a resort and can confidently read a slope and ski accordingly.

5. The skier can confidently ski using parallel turns on all pistes and can confidently carve on red pistes. They can also effectively navigate using a piste map and have experience in sking itinerary routes.



1. The snowboarder is able to stop effectively, demonstrate that they can side confidently using different amounts of edge to vary their speed.

2. The snowboarder is able to perform basic “falling leaf” turns confidently on a blue slope, using both the toe edge and the heel edge but independently and is beginning to turn from one edge to another. They can ascend confidently using a drag lift and have some experience of using a chair lift.

3. The snowboarder is confortable in using consistent linked edge-to-edge turns on a blue slope but may use the “falling leaf”technique on more difficult terrain. They are confident in using a range of different liftsto ascend and can demonstrate a range of turns with different turn radii and widths.

4. The snowboarder can effectively use consistent linked turns and is working towards developing their carved turns. They have also begun to develop their ability to navigate pistes for themselves in a resort and can confidently read a slope and snowboard accordingly.

5. The snowboarder can confidently snowboard using linked turns on all pistes and can confidently carve on red pistes. They can also effectively navigate using a piste map and have experience in riding itinerary routes


(All equipment can be hired)

Having the proper ski equipment is essential for skiers and snowboarder of all levels. We optionally propose equipment and clothing rental so you don’t need to worry about that. Here’s information on ski and snowboard equipment needed for a day on the slopes:



  • Jacket: a good ski jacket must keep warm and dry on the slopes. It must be at once weatherproof, breathable, durable and comfortable.
  • Pants: Chances are, they are going to be worn sledding, tubing, building snow forts and playing in the snow. Because of that, kids’ ski pants need to be warm and weatherproof enough outlast both a lengthy ski day and a lengthy snow day.
  • Underwear: Base layers help regulate the body temperature by moving perspiration away from the skin, which will help to keep you dry. Base layers come in many forms from T-shirts to tights to briefs and sports bras. Top and bottom must absorb and transport moisture and perspiration away from the skin and disperse it on the outer surface where it evaporates.



Choosing the right skis depends on a number of factors, such as age/gender and skiing ability.

All manufacturers make junior skis, some make expensive race skis or free riders, as well as powder skis. You can spend a lot of money on junior skis or you can get good recreational models at moderate prices. Once you determine the right length and style for your child, you can find really good ski deals online. If you buy skis, be sure to take them to a reputable ski shop to have the bindings mounted. Call ahead to see if the ski shop has techs certified by the manufacturer of the binding you bought. If you received the skis with bindings already mounted take them to the shop to have a binding test done and the correct DIN set for your child’s size and ability.


Ski Boots

Having a pair of ski boots that fits and makes feel comfortable is essential. Ski boots transfer the movement, the “instructions” to the skis and are very important for safe and enjoyable skiing. Ski boots are the most important part of the skiing equipment. Aside from the fact that your child definitely will not enjoy his/her time on the slopes if the feets hurt or are cold, it is important to understand that boots are the key of the skiing performance.



In downhill skiing, ski poles are important. In order to be effective, ski poles need to lightweight and flexible, yet strong and sturdy as well. They also need to be sized correctly.



In general, an all-mountain snowboard is the best bet for beginners, rather than a specialty board, which is harder to turn and balance on. Also, the longer a board is, the more difficult it will be to control. Choose a board that is the right length for your child’s size and snowboarding ability.


Snowboard Boots

As the connecting point to the snowboard, boots are a vital piece of equipment. Make sure to get real snowboard boots (not moonboots or hiking boots) that fit correctly to keep the feet comfortable and warm. For most beginner snowboarders, soft snowboard boots are easier to control than hard boots. Boots have to be laced up tight to give your feet and ankles the support they need.



Compulsory. As is the case with many sports, a helmet is the most important piece of equipment when it comes to preventing life-threatening injuries. Our campers must wear one any time they go on the slopes. We will make sure to rent a helmet that fits properly and keep the chin strap fastened to keep it securely in place.


Goggles and sunglasses

The sun’s rays are considerably stronger at high altitudes than they are at sea level, and when they bounce off the gleaming white snow, they can be a serious threat to your eyes. There’s no question that good ski goggles should be an essential on everybody’s skiing checklist, especially in the cold and high wind of mid-winter. Save those cool sunglasses for a little later in the season, and make sure your goggles and lenses are clean and clear.


Gloves or mittens

Many ski or snowboard gloves include pockets for hand warmers to keep fingers nice and toasty.


Wrist guards

Be sure to wear rigid wrist guards designed for snowboarding to protect yourself when you fall.


We strive for excellence in everything we do and our language courses are no exception. To ensure we offer the best possible tuition for our students we work in partnership with a Language School to offer specialist teachers in each language for every course. Students are group according to their language levels with a maximum class size of 7 students per teacher. We offer 3 types of courses in French, English, Spanish and German. Each of our courses follows a set criteria for levels or language proficiency with detailed certificates and a portfolio of work which students may take away with them.


Conversational Language Course

Our conversation course is a highly interactive course designed to get students speaking in their chosen language. The course consists of 8-hours of tuition per week, typically taught in 4 2-hour sessions.


Intensive Language Course

This course combines speaking with reading and writing and consists of 15-hours of tuition per week. It is ideal for students studying for an exam or wishing to make quick, comprehensive progress in their languages in just 1 week. The course is typically taught in 5 3-hour sessions each morning with activities in the afternoons.


Private Language Course

Our final course is for those students who wish to have one-on-one tuition. This can be added to one of our other courses or chosen alone to allow any number of hours per week. The focus is flexible and it is a great course for students with specific learning objectives.



Since 8pm


Our evening programmes are tailored to meet the requirements of our students. Our groups participate in an activities programme from 8pm until 9pm and our older groups from 8pm until 9:45pm, with bedtime at 10pm.


We offer many activities including: ice skating, team challenges, quizes, disco night, games competitions,dine out in a swiss restaurant, cinema night, campfires, torchlight walk, mountain BBQ, nightline, bin bag fashion show, dragons’ den and a final prize-giving celebration to finish each week.



What better way to really appreciate the culture of Switzerland than to dedicate a day to visit some of the most iconic cities and some of the famous organisations. Each of our cultural excursion days is a little different, with new options each year for those returning campers who are ready to see something new!


Whether it is souvenir shopping that interests you or the science exhibitions of CERN the options are endless. Sample some of the finest swiss chocolates and cheeses at the factories in Gruyere, learn a little about global cooperation with a guided tour of the United Nations or Swiss Red Cross museum in Geneva, an interactive tour of the Olympic museum in Lausanne the home of the International Olympic Committee, walking inside a glacier at the nearby ice caves in Chamonix, visiting many of the beautiful castles in the area, experience the tranquility of the natural Bains de Lavey hot springs, take a stroll through the winding cobbled high streets of Zurich, see how some of the most exquisite and delicate watches in the world are built and many many more options.



Once a week the students will go on an excursion:



A trip to the Olympic Museum with its wealth of memories will keep your passion for the Olympics burning, followed by a walking tour in the old town to one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe.



With its humanitarian tradition and cosmopolitan flair, the European seat of the UNO and headquarters of the Red Cross is known as the “capital of peace”. Visit the old town, the heart of Geneva with its shopping and business quarter.



The capital of Switzerland – the old town of Bern has been entered on the list of UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites. The Houses of Parliament (Bundeshaus) rise above the city just a stones throw away from the railway station. Bern and bears, the city’s heraldic beast, are inseparable. When visiting the city we will take a trip to the Bear Pits.



The Gruyère region, with its rolling green landscape and peaks of the Fribourg Pre-Alps, is home to the world-famous Gruyère cheese. In the famous cheese factory you will see how the tasty Gruyère cheese is made and the tour of culinary delights will be followed by a guided tour of the Cailler chocolate factory.



Visit the town of Montreux that nestles in the shelter of Lake Geneva, surrounded by vineyards, with the breathtaking backdrop of the snow-covered Alps, followed by a visit to Château de Chillon.



Get a taste of France with a visit to Evian and the famous water factory, with also a walk along the world famous Lake Geneva.



Discover the famous Italian city of Aosta, visit the old town and enjoy some Italian shopping.


Here are a few dates that we celebrate in the Winter, and during other months of the year we celebrate many more. So don’t worry if you are away from home, we will fly the flag of wherever you are from and celebrate with you!



Christmas is fantastic as it really is a white Christmas! Decorations are put up and our Christmas tree is put in place. The Instructors and staff make sure they celebrate in true fashion by putting on their best fancy dress, and we have a special visit on the slopes from our very own Santa Claus. In the evening our authentic Christmas Dinner consisting of a Smoked salmon starter, Turkey main course and pudding, is followed by presents and gifts given out to those children who have been good this year! Afterwards marshmallows on the bonfire and fireworks!


New Year

New Years in Verbier is very special, we provide face painting and fancy dress for all of the students, and a special menu for the evening meal. We have a disco in the evening and afterwards the students are treated to a fantastic firework display in the town which can be seen clearly from the camp. Our own firework display commences around 11h30 and we have a countdown to the new year.


Russian Christmas

The Russian Christmas is celebrated on January the 7th and traditionally the celebration is carried out the night before. Students from the region are invited to help cook some traditional foods that would be eaten such as Kutya or pagach (type of bread) or mushroom soup and parsley potatoes, to give an idea of the sort of cuisine that would normally be eaten. We even get dressed up in traditional Russian Clothing and have competitions on design a Snowmaiden (Snyegurochka) costume.


Chinese New Year

The Camp would not be the same if we did not celebrate the New Year of the Orient. And on January 31st we say goodbye to the Snake and say hello to the Year of the Horse. We decorate the chalet and make our very own China Town, and in the evening after traditional feasting and gift giving from our very own Jade Emperor, the students play games that are typical of the region and of course fireworks!



We know how to celebrate, like in Brazil, we celebrate for almost a week! As we have many students from the region we celebrate with them, and we decorate the costumes and go skiing, just because we don’t have a beach doesn’t mean we cant, we just use the slopes instead! Samba at lunch on the sunny slopes is a far cry from Copacabana, but it’s a lot of fun!


Freeride World Tour: Finale

As the last stop on the Freeride World Tour, the eyes of the freeride world will be firmly on Verbier this weekend to see who will be crowned king & queen of the freeride world. With the likes of local Verbier legend Xavier de le Rue and Chamonix’s Aurelien Ducroz hopefully taking part, the Xtreme Verbier is truly a one to watch event if you are in Verbier at the end of March.



As you can probably tell, we love getting dressed up at the Camp, and Easter is no exception, so we get started with fancy dress and face painting, as it is usually quite sunny towards the end of April we have an Easter BBQ on the slopes, and of course Easter would not be the same without the Easter Eggs, so decorating and of course eating chocolate eggs is a must!


XSpeed Ski, Verbier

Xspeed Final of the Speed Skiing World Championship, April

Come watch some of the world’s top speed skiers as they fly down Mont Fort’s steep slope in the World XSpeed Ski Open Race finals. The track starts at 3330m and finishes at 2900m, meaning that competitors hurtle down 880m of piste at speeds of more than 200km per hour!


Season closing

End the season on a high at the Ultime Session closing party event! Some of the highlights will include big air displays, a waterslide contest, equipment tests and DJ’s.


Ice Karting Ice-Karting

At Karting Extreme Verbier we can teach the kids (and adults) to race/drive around our extreme ice track. Extreme Ice Karting is not just another kart track; it’s a full size Extreme snow track with Extreme ice banked (4 meter high) corners waiting for action. Kids have to be 120cm tall and aged 7 years old (or older)





The high altitude guarantees great snow conditions throughout the whole season. Nestled on a sunny plateau deep in the Alps, Verbier has the quaint feel of a traditional Swiss Village. Snow-covered streets scattered with delightful wooden chalets, exquisite restaurants and high-end snow sports shops. Despite it’s small feel Verbier maintains the exhilarating vibe of an International hub packed with skiers from the neighbouring Italian and French resorts and tourists from around the world.


Verbier’s 4 Vallées Ski Area is the largest lift-linked ski domain in Switzerland with almost 100 lifts accessing over 400km of pistes and a beginner ski area right in the village which means optimum safety and convenience for first-time skiers.


For returning skiers and snowboarders Verbier offers fast progression into an expansive and varied resort. Snow on the pistes is guaranteed from late November to the end of April and the spectacular scenery from the top of the ski area – Mont Fort, at 3,330m – boasts views as far as the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc.


Verbier is also home to a range of thrilling international specatator events including: Xtreme Verbier (the finals of the FreeRide World Tour competition), the Verbier High Five (at which amateur skiers compete alongside world champions) and the Patrouille des Glaciers (a gruelling ski touring race from Zermatt).


In Switzerland, the Alps climate differs significantly from season to season, from very hot during summer to very cold and snowy during winter. Other factors that should also be considered in your plans are altitudes and geographical locations. In the winter time, the climate in the northern part of the Alps can get very cold with temperatures going down to as low as -20 degrees Celsius or even lower.

Getting Here

The major commercial airport close to our campuses is the Geneva International Airport, plus many small private airports. Our drivers and camp monitors can meet students at the airport and escort them in private buses to the camp for a hassle-free start to the week.


For younger campers who may be travelling alone the “Unaccompanied Minor” service, offered by most airlines, ensures your son/ daughter will be assisted throughout the airport and will be signed over to a member of our staff so that you can be assured they have arrived safely, without any undue stress.


At the end of the week we help students to check into their flight, pass security successfully and, for unaccompanied minors, we stay with the students at the gate until time for boarding.



Geneva – Lausanne – Martigny – Le Châble – Verbier

Take the highway from Geneva to Lausanne to Martigny, then follow the directions to Grand-Saint-Bernard. Turn left in Sembrancher following Verbier signs.



Geneva Airport – Lausanne change Lausanne – Martigny

Martigny – Le Châble change Le Châble – Verbier (by bus)


Recommended items

Luggage + belongings
Each student’s articles should be clearly labelled with his/her full name. A supply of extra labels is also recommended for any new purchases (sport equipments or other).


ID card / Passport
Each student has to come to the camp with an ID card or passport


Basic articles
✔ 1 suitcase per student

✔ 2 pairs of pyjamas

✔ 6 shirts

✔ 6 T-shirts

✔ 6 changes of underwear

✔ 6 handkerchiefs

✔ 2 bath towels (swimming-pool)

✔ leotards

✔ sufficient socks

✔ trousers

✔ pants

✔ pullovers

✔ ski clothes

✔ warm boots

✔ cap

✔ scarf

✔ gloves

✔ a track suit

✔ swimsuit

✔ tennis-shoes, training etc. ….



✔ toilet-bag

✔ laundry bag

✔ sun cream

✔ sun glasses

✔ ski glasses (goggles)

✔ slippers

✔ dressing gown

✔ warm anorak.





Between 7 and 17 years old


Session 1       ARRIVAL 03.12 / 17.12 – 14 DAYS  3´850,- CHF

Xmas            ARRIVAL 18.12 / 26.12 – 8 DAYS  2´200,- CHF

Xmas/NY     ARRIVAL 18.12 / 01.01 – 14 DAYS 3´850,- CHF

NY Special   ARRIVAL 26.12  / 02.01 – 7 DAYS 2´310,- CHF

New Year     ARRIVAL 26.12 / 07.01 – 12 DAYS 3´300,- CHF

Session 2      ARRIVAL 07.01 / 21.01 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 3      ARRIVAL 21.01 / 04.02 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 4     ARRIVAL 04.02 / 18.02 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 5    ARRIVAL 18.02 / 04.03 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 6    ARRIVAL 04.03 / 18.03 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 7   ARRIVAL 18.03 / 01.04 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 8   ARRIVAL 01.04 / 15.04 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Session 9   ARRIVAL 15.04 / 29.04 – 14 DAYS 3´850,-CHF

Other periods – 7 DAYS 1´925,-CHF



✔ Accommodation in rooms of 4 beds

✔ Full board and drinks

✔ Daily cleaning of the rooms by our cleaners

✔ Laundring of sheets once a week

✔ Ski pass

✔ Morning ski lessons

✔ Afternoon ski guiding with our ski teachers

✔ Activities

✔ Excursions

✔ Entertainment

✔ All other sports mentioned in the program.




✔ Registration fees (compulsory) 150.- CHF



✔ (8 hours per week. Not compulsory. Instead of après ski activities)

✔ 8 Hours per week INCLUDED

✔ 7 Hours extra, per week 175.-



✔ Full skiing equipment (per week) 125.-CHF

✔ Full snowboard equipment (per week) 140.-CHF

✔ Rental of ski clothing (per week) 108.-CHF

✔ Laudry of personal effects per week 60.-CHF

✔ Helmet (COMPUSORY) per week 15.- CHF



✔ Photo Souvenir with logo 20.- CHF




✔ Third party insurance INCLUDED

✔ Health insurance and insurance against accidents (per week) 120.- CHF

✔ Cancellation insurance (per week) 50.- CHF



✔ Geneva – Camp  (return ticket) 170.- CHF

✔ Martigeny – Camp (return ticket) 80.- CHF

✔ Transfers on other dates than arrivals and departures dates (one way) 150.- CHF



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