Ski and Snowboard
From beginning of December until the end of April, Les Elfes offers several winter camp sessions, usually from 1 to 2 weeks long for boys and girls from 8 to 18 years old from all over the world.
Snow sports with optional language lessons. In addition, we offer daily changing exciting after-ski and evening activities.
The high altitude of the Verbier ski resort guarantees great snow conditions throughout the whole season.
At Les Elfes 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.
Les Elfes Winter Camp 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. Campers will return home with great experiences, fantastic memories and lifelong friendships.
Ski & Snowboard lessons from Beginner to Advanced Level. 6h per day / 6 days per week.
Others: Ice Skating, Sledding
8h per week, French, German, English or Spanish
Discover Switzerland and surroundings, 1 full day of Excursion per week.
Cheese Factory, Chocolate Factory, Geneva Highsights, Montreux Castel, and so much more…
Meet friends from all corners of the world. Trough out each year, there is a mix of over 50 different nationalities present at Les Elfes.
We are pleased to have heard from many campers that they have found lifelong friendships and have built international networks for their future.
At Les Elfes we have students from all over the world. Within this international community we feel it is beneficial to recognize the traditions of each other. It not only gives students the opportunity to celebrate their nation or beliefs, but allows them to bring a little piece of home into the camp. Also students from other parts of the world will learn and hopefully appreciate the cultures of others, to recognize that New Year is celebrated at a different date in china for example, or that Christmas is not always on the 25th of December for some. In this modern diverse age, the fabrics of society are made up of many different cultures, and here at Les Elfes we constantly strive to recognize them all, and if it means cooking some traditional dishes, or decorating the chalets accordingly, then we are more than happy to encourage students to do so and will help them along the way.
Ski or Snowboard
At Les Elfes, our ski and snowboard instructors teach all ability levels, from complete beginners, who have never seen snow before in their lives to very advanced skiers. All equipment can be hired on campus: skis / snowboards, boots, wrist protectors and helmets, skiwear. All equipment is renewed on a regular basis.
From beginning of December until the end of April, Les Elfes offers several winter camp sessions, usually from 1 to 2 weeks long. Our winter camp is a ski and snowboard camp and combines the discovery and practice of skiing and snowboarding with optional language lessons. In addition, we offer daily changing exciting after-ski and evening activities.
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 Les Elfes 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 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.
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 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.