Alps To The Max
Mind boggling beauty mixed with heart pumping adrenalin – Lauterbrunnen is an adventure junkies paradise. But from rosti and rafting to skydiving and shots, whether it's relaxation or exhilaration you're after, Lauterbrunnen has it all.
The loveliest campsite ever, situated in the most beautiful valley ever surrounded by waterfalls and nature - STUNNING! The snuggly wooden cabins on the campsite are a great place to catch up on some zzz's, and come rain or shine are a fantastic place to wake up too. Plus it's ideally located in the village, walking distance from the train station and all amenities! Book your beds via their website here.
Rafting, paragliding, skydiving and seil park – 4 incredible adventures guaranteed to get your heart racing and your adrenalin pumping in the home of adventure sports – for details and to book just ask your guide.
All year round at the top of Europe - wrap up warm and jump on the little cograil train up to the Jungfraujoch - the highest point in Europe. With snow all year round, a stunning ice cave and some gobsmacking scenery this is a winter wonderland you'll never forget.
Witness the raw power of nature unleashed as 20,000 litres of glacial water per second thunder through the inside of the mountain. The only glacier waterfall in Europe that's still accessible, this is a sight (and sound) that should not be missed.
Golden potato, gooey cheese, crisp bacon, mushrooms, egg and a load of other topping to chose from, the simple spud turned traditional rosti is simply delicious (and a top hangover cure to boot!).
Take a trip to the Schilthorn mountain and be wowed by the 360 degree Alpine panorama of the surrounding peaks, then have lunch in the restaurant made for filming 'James Bond - On Her Majesty's Secret Service' shaken, not stirred..
Bikes and Hikes
The scenery is staggering and the air is the purest around, so hire a bike or grab your walking boots and get exploring Switzerland at its naturally beautiful best, straight out of the campsite!
Thanks to our guide for their top tip of where to find the best hot chocolate. It was well worth the walk!"