Mar 21

The Eiger Trail is Sold Out

Get ‘em while they’re hot! I posted the previous message and voila, we filled the last spot on the Eiger Trail. However, don’t despair if you missed out. We still offer this trip as a self-guided option.

“What’s the difference between guided and self-guided tours?” I’m glad that you asked.

The Eiger Trail guided and self-guided versions are the same in every respect, (itinerary, accommodation, luggage transfer, scenery etc.), you are simply on your own when you choose the self-guided version and you choose your own dates. This means that in lieu of a guide, we provide written hike descriptions and four-color topographical maps and all the other instructions to run the tour independently. The self-guided version is also less expensive. The cost is $1850 per person in double occupancy. You will have to pay out-of-pocket for a few incidental transfers during the tour but don’t worry because the main transfers to and from the tour are covered within Switzerland. Please note, that not all self-guided tours mimic their guided counterparts exactly so it pays to examine each tour independently.

If you’re interested in the Eiger Trail as a self-guided version then either email us or give us a call. We are happy to discuss the tour in further detail. We are also happy to add your name to waiting list if you’d like to join the guided version of this tour. Toll free within the U.S. 888.586.8365 Outside of the U.S. 001.970.728.6481

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