Easter in Switzerland

The snow sports week in Davos is just one of many programmes organised for young people by the Organisation of the Swiss Abroad (OSA). New offers are published on OSA’s website on an ongoing basis.

OSA’s Youth Service offers a wide variety of programmes for young Swiss people abroad focussing on leisure pursuits, education and politics, ranging from winter and summer camps to language courses and seminars on politics. Everyone is certain to find an offer that meets their requirements.

Anyone who would like to spend Easter in Switzerland and enjoys skiing or snowboarding in the Swiss mountains should register for the snow sports week in Davos. The Davos/Klosters region with its six ski areas has 320 kilometres of piste and several fun parks offering perfect conditions for everyone to enjoy the snow and sun and to see out the winter.

The camp will take place from 4 to 12 April 2015 at the “Ski- und Ferienhaus Davos”. A well-qualified team of leaders will provide young people aged 15 and over with skiing or snowboarding lessons. There will also be workshops and a very varied fringe programme to guarantee an extremely enjoyable time in the mountains. The programme is designed to ensure all sporting levels are ideally catered for, and beginners get just as much out of the activities as experienced snowboarders and skiers.

Date: 4 to 12 April 2015

Age: 15 and over

Accommodation: Ski- und Ferienhaus Davos

Cost: CHF 980 (incl. ski pass, lessons, fringe programme, accommodation and meals); participants cover the cost of travelling to Davos

Registration:www.aso.ch or www.swisscommunity.org

The new summer offers are published on the websites www.aso.ch and www.swisscommunity.org on an ongoing basis. Various summer camps (from 11 to 24 July and from 25 July to 7 August 2015), language courses (from 29 June to 10 July 2015) and offers relating to politics (from 10 to 16 August 2015) are available.

OSA’s Youth Service would be pleased to provide information on:

+41 31 356 61 00 and at youth@aso.ch

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