The main Chalet opened in 1932 and offers dorm rooms, triple rooms, twin rooms and a single room. The largest dorm room can sleep up to 14 participants. None of the rooms in Main Chalet have bunk beds.
Spycher House opened in 1999 and offers one dorm room (sleeping up to eight participants), quad rooms, twin rooms and two single rooms. Some rooms in Spycher House have bunk beds.
Up to 20 rooms available throughout the year across both buildings.
For groups booked on to the indoor accommodation package all meals are available for booking (or included in event packages).
A cold breakfast of cereals, yoghurt, bread, cheese and fruit is available every morning in a self-service buffet style. Hot and cold drinks are also included.
Participants make a packed lunch (sandwiches, fruit, snacks, etc.) each morning to take with them.
Dinner is served at one sitting and offers one option for everyone. Typical dinners include Swiss dishes such as rösti and camp favourites like chilli or pasta. Dinners always include salad or vegetables and consist of two courses with a main meal and dessert.
Rooms will be assigned in Main Chalet and Spycher by Our Chalet staff based on your needs. Different groups will share the same common facilities such as bathrooms and hallways. Our Chalet is open to guests of all genders.
Accommodation suitable for manual wheelchair users is available in Spycher House. Users of powered wheelchairs or mobility scooters who can transfer to a manual chair without the use of a hoist can also access this accommodation.
Premium Rate only applies during the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Weekend (6-9 January 2023)
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