Sep 01

Book Early. Save Money.

There is a really good chance that our prices will increase for 2012. We hate to do it, but unless the currency gnome suddenly rearranges the markets, then it is what it is. That said, book any of our tours between now and September 30th and we’ll happily guarantee this year’s (lowest) price.

This deal applies to guided, private, and self-guided tours. Note: We’ll have the 2012 guided tour schedule up shortly.

What if you’re still working on dates for your private or self-guided tour? No problem. Just send us your deposit, and then let us know when you have your dates. We’re also delighted to help you with your itinerary. We know the best places to visit and the seamless ways to get there.

Let us plan your dream vacation! Just give us a call or drop us an email.

See you on the trail!

Image: Peak bagging the Ammertespitz (2613 m) between Lenk and Adelboden.
Eiger Trail: Gstaad to Grindelwald, Switzerland | Chris Pranskatis

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