Summer offer in Andermatt: Adventure and sport for children and teenagers

June 27, 2023

From 10 July onwards, many different activities organised by Andermatt Swiss Alps will take place in Andermatt for children and young people. Every day there is something new to discover: from archery or trampoline tricks to movie night or cooking around the campfire. The activities are divided into age groups and are accompanied by trained staff.

Summer in Andermatt will be sporty and full of adventure. During the summer holidays, Andermatt Swiss Alps offers various activities for children and teenagers every day, lasting between two and six hours and costing between CHF 15 and CHF 135. In addition to ball sports such as football, basketball or volleyball, there are also adventure courses such as radio orientation, campfire cooking or survival days. The offer is open to all children and young people (6 years and older) who would like to participate. The offers can be booked on the Adventure Camps website .

More offers for the summer

In addition to the summer offers, there are various other possibilities for sporting activities around Andermatt Reuss. In Andermatt Mitte there are two padel courts, a beach volleyball court, a bike trail park, two climbing rocks, a multi-sport arena and a large trampoline. A barbecue area is available for a short break in between.

Andermatt Swiss Alps AG – Welcome home.

Andermatt Swiss Alps AG, with registered office in Andermatt, plans, builds, and develops the year-round destination of Andermatt. In 2009 Andermatt Reuss came into being, with apartment buildings, hotels, and chalets. The Andermatt Swiss Alps Group owns the The Chedi Andermatt and Radisson Blu Reussen hotels, an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course and the Andermatt Concert Hall. A close partnership is in place with Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG (SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun, the gastrobrand Mountain Food and the Swiss Snowsports School Andermatt) and its majority shareholder Vail Resorts, Inc. for developing the destination. Vail Resorts, the largest operator of ski resorts, and Andermatt Swiss Alps are together pursuing the vision of becoming The Prime Alpine Destination. In doing so, they are committed to an intact environment and a sustainable future that will enable coming generations to have an extraordinary home. During high season, Andermatt Swiss Alps and Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG have more than 1,000 employees working at the locations in Altdorf, Andermatt and Sedrun. /

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