Day price per person in CHF including the ski instructor wages.
Half-board, transports, food, drinks and accomodation are not included.
LARGE day : 6 hours of skiing, pick-up service
CLASSIC day : 5 hours of skiing, pick-up service
MEDIUM day (half-day) : 3 hours of skiing, pick-up service
Cancellation – If a person cannot honor a duly booked reservation they will have to pay 50% of the total amount if it is not canceled at least 15 days before the date of commencement of the service. Any reservation not canceled 14 days in advance is 100% payable.We recommend you take out cancellation insurance (see below).
Changes to Program – Reservations are valid whatever the weather. We reserve the right to modify the program as a function of snow conditions, weather, the level of participants or other factors affecting the safety of the group.
Insurance – We recommend taking out cancellation insurance or subscribing for the TCS’s ETI insurance. Participants must be covered by their own accident insurance including mountain rescue (helicopter in particular). Citizens of the countries of the European Union and EFTA countries should be advised that the European Health Insurance Card will facilitate the formalities in case of illness in Switzerland and vice versa.
Lack of participants – Package prices are based on a minimum number of participants. If this minimum number is not reached, the project may be canceled or reduced after consultation with the participants (shorter length and/or adjustment in price).
Liability – We decline all liability for weather, breakdowns of lifts or other incidents. We may not be held liable in case of accidents during instruction or on an excursion. The jurisdiction in case of dispute is located in Sion and Swiss law prevails, regardless of the nationality of the parties.
Transports and meals – It is customary for the customer to have the meal and transports of the instructor at their expense
As licensed ski instructor with Swiss Federal Certificate, we are authorized to accompany clients in off piste within the following legal scope (Orisque Art. 7) :
- The tour corresponds at a maximum to the following difficulty levels:
- Ski tours: “WS” as defined in Appendix 2 section 3
- Snowshoe tours: “WT3” as defined in Appendix 2 section 4
- Off-piste skiing: “ZS” as defined in Appendix 2 section 3;
- No glaciers are crossed;
An appropriate overall assessment by the snow sports instructor establishes in each case for the affected area that there is at most a low risk of avalanche according to current knowledge;
The terrain we will be skiing in can be dangerous (avalanches, streams, rocks, etc) despite the precaustions taken. Wearing a helmet is strongly advised.
Please make us aware of any health problems you have.
Unless otherwise indicated in writing, we presume that you are cognizant of and have accepted the above conditions, and that you are aware of the risks involved in mountain sports and accept those as well. We are available should you have any questions.