24h in the mountains
A quick escape from the ratrace
Getting away from your daily routine for just 24 hours can have a huge impact. Grab a flight to Geneva, jump in the van and join us for an awesome memorable mountain adventure.
- escape the ratrace
- 1 night, 2 days
- hiking / snowshoeing / mountainbiking
- a night in a remote mountainhut
Around noon we’ll start our climb up the mountain, spending the afternoon finding our way through the trees and crossing snowy pastures. Just before sunset we'll arrive at our mountain hut, where we’ll spend the night. A warm and tasty dinner is waiting for us followed by a night's sleep in a dormitory room. After breakfast we will start the descent, finding our way back down to the civilized world.
Back in the valley, we can take you back to the airport to get on an early flight. If you've booked a later flight you can enjoy a nice lunch in Samoëns or even drop into a spa before heading back home
Meetings and workshops
This 24h in the mountans is an ideal concept for workshops and teambuilding. A mountain hike creates a lot of 'space' to have rich conversations, while the mountainhut as an amazing venue for an 'out of the box' meeting or workshop.
Winter and summer
In the winter we can take you up the mountains on snowshoes, while in the summer we can hike up or ride a mountainbike, eventuelly with Electric assistence.
- Date: let us know when it suits you
- Fitness level: 2/5
- Nights: 1
- Guiding: 2 days
- Board Basis: half board
- Number of People: 5-15
- 2 days guiding
- overnight in a mountainhut
- half board base
"Exceptional !! A big thanks to Arno, with his good humor, his contagious madness, and yet his reassuring prudence: 24h snowshoeing was just breathtaking! Beautiful landscapes; from the snowy mystic forest to the fabulous sunset behind the mountains! A passionate guide who knows how to push the crazy ones, while taking care of the ones who like it to take it a bit easier. And what a nice fondue in the beautiful refuge Bostan! Thank you for this unforgettable experience!" Ophélie