End of an Adventurous Era......

We loved everything about our camps; our wonderfully supportive parents, our fantastic team of instructors and most of all…. the amazing kids and teens that joined us in our adventures. We wish our business model could have provided us with camps 52 weeks a year… but they ran only over school holidays.  As of January 1, 2013 Swiss Adventure Camp closed it doors.   Our spirit still lives on in all the great memories and moments, and the videos and pictures taken, edited and shared with one another over the years that will remain on *Facebook.  It gave us great joy and fulfillment to be able to offer not only the types of more extreme sports and activities we did over the past several years but also the high level of instruction with all of our experts and pros.  We want to thank each and every one of you that joined us for allowing us the opportunity to share our many talents and passion with you.  Simply put,  we had a blast. We hope that you take the passion and the skills we taught and expand on them creating your own exciting new adventures!  We miss you all terribly but it was a gift to share the last 4 years with you!  THANK YOU

* Our Facebook group and fan pages will remain open for our community to continue to share their adventures old AND new!  Post your adventures!








We were not your ordinary camp. From extreme sports to more traditional sports we offered extraordinary experiences for ages 6 - 17 all year round in the spectacular environments that Switzerland has to offer.

Our instructors were highly experienced pros and experts in their fields. They brought their passion and expertise to the participants in a way seldom found in other camps.  We were highly selective and hand-pick our instructors not only for their expertise but for their ability to teach and interact with youth while having tremendous fun.  Because our group:instructor ratios were so small, participants were always challenged and inspired to take their skills to the next level in a very personal and individualized way.

Our camps were held in English, however we had a make up of participants from all around the world.  This diversity lended itself to embracing cultural differences through a team building atmosphere and common pursuit of a chosen sport or activity. Language was never a barrier and laughter was always a huge part of our day.  

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