- Choice of Ski & Snowboard
- Jungfrau Scenic Cogwheel Train
- 6D Jungfrau Sport Pass worth $570
- 6 Full Day Ski & Snowboard lessons included
- Guided by Professional Snowsport Instructor
KEYS ADVANTAGES JOINING OUR TOUR:
1. Fully hosted and guided
2. Hassle free & worries free
3. Enjoyment to the max
4. Safety & Success Guarantee
5. Certification & upskills
6. Money & cost saving
7. Your very own trusted local specialist and travel expert!
Our Winter Playground:
The Jungfrau Ski Region offers 3 winter sport resorts with 206km of runs with unique views of the world famous Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau.
Ski Pass/Lift Ticket:
6 days Jungfrau Sport Pass (worth $570) is included, so you can ski on the the entire Jungfrau Region (include both Grindelwald-Wengen Region and Mürren-Schilthorn Region).
Interlaken – 5★ Lindner Grand Hotel Beau Rivage
Zurich Airport – 4★ Movenpick Zurich Airport
tour: 10d ski adventuredeparture date: 6th Dectour manager: Emelinehad much fun snowboarding after almost two years being stuck in singapore. emeline and park was super helpful. even thou the group was quite big and with different skill levels of snowboarders and skiers, they did their best to level up everyone.would definitely recommend
Tan Chi Chiu
Tour name: 10D Ski adventureDeparture date: 6 December 2021Tour manager: Emeline TanWe normally ski in Hokkaido and my daughters, age 12 and 7, were facing the disappointing prospect of missing a second consecutive season of skiing. Then the Vaccinated Travel Lane for Switzerland opened and by chance I discovered EU Holidays and this inaugural skiing tour to ski the Jungfrau region. At short notice, we took a chance and booked. What attracted us was the prospect of personalised instruction according to ability groups, by dedicated instructors including our multi-talented chief coach and tour manager Emeline and her super professional husband coach Park. Not needing to join classes mixed with other skiers was reassuring during a Covid19 pandemic. If we were concerned that going in early December was too early for snow in the Swiss Alps, we needn't have worried. We had so much powder snow in the days before our arrival and while we were there that our first day on the slopes was a serious challenge, with runs covered in deep snow drifts, low visibility due to heavy snowfall, blustery winds and legs not accustomed to skiing after nearly 2 years! Conditions stabilised over the next few days and as we got back our ski-legs, it was just enormous fun skiing from train station to train station, along runs that varied in difficulty but which took us through absolutely gorgeous mountain and snow covered pine forest scenery. Emeline and Park ensured that our skill levels increased with each run. I was especially appreciative that they minded my 7 year old girl closely and she probably benefited the most, increasing her skills and confidence in leaps and bounds over 6 days of skiing. Skiing aside, I should mention that the Lindner Grand Beau Rivage Hotel in Interlaken was the epitome of old world charm and luxury, an absolute haven after a hard day's skiing. It wasn't perhaps the most convenient, as we needed to take a train daily to Grindelwald to get our equipment before taking another train to Kleine Scheidegg to start skiing, but it was definitely something to look forward to each evening, to soak in the heated indoor pool before dinner. The first night's welcome fondue dinner at Bebbie's was an event. Apart from stuffing ourselves on cheese, meat and chocolate fondue, Bebbie himself, sporting hippie length blond hair and wearing patchy cow hide patterned trousers (not many can get away with that!), regaled us with jokes, songs and banter all evening. The final group dinner at Beau Rivage was, in contrast, an elegant fine dining affair, for which we skiers were mostly woefully underdressed!The afternoon spent in Lucerne on the way back to Zurich was a special treat, as we got to visit and eat at a local Christmas market, while roaming the quaint old city and doing last minute shopping for Swiss cheese and chocolates.A shout-out to Emeline, our super-woman tour manager, who facilitated every aspect of the programme, while also personally instructing on the slopes, all the time remaining composed, personable, attentive and responsible. A huge vote of thanks to Emeline and Park for looking after us all so well from beginning to end and even beyond arriving home, staying on the Telegram channel to provide us the links to register for our supervised ART tests.We had a blast and will not hesitate to recommend this adventurous skiing trip.
Tour code: SKICHI
Fully hosted and guided Ski Adventure In Switzerland
Tour code: ECSTTW
Tour code: ECCHLS
Tour code: ECSBTW
Tour code: ECERPS
Tour code: ECSBTS