Chalet Wild horn
How Much do I pay and where can I make the payment?
To keep the cost low, children and youth go free. 100chf per individual adult.
You can pay in instalments if you don't have all the cash at the moment. If you cannot afford the full cost and need help, please do chat to Philip or Soul. We want everyone there. You are also welcome to make an additional gift to help someone else.
Please include your NAME and your details and specify CHURCH WEEKED TRIP in the payment instructions:
BANK NAME: PostFinance
NAME OF ACCOUNT: Redeemer Grace Association Versoix
Account Number: 14-436492-3
IBAN:CH88 090000001443 6492 3
The village is 150m from the Chalet-
Provides a safe car free zone with cafés, restaurants and shops.
Opened in 2012, the SPA & WELLNESS CENTRE is a main attraction with indoor & outdoor 33C warm water!
The village square is fun place for children with a range of activities on offer.
Here you will find a large play area, football pitch & table tennis.
During the winter the village offers creche & kids club, sledging, ice skating, magic carpet & beginners ski lift.
The region is rich in culture & history (Sion is the oldest town in Switzerland), culinary cuisine, local produces and sporting activities for all tastes and abilities.
Directions to the chalet from Lausanne or Brig?
From the motorway, take the first exit to Sion. Follow signs for Sion centre until you see signs to Anzère. Note that here are two routes to Anzère, via Arbaz or Ayant .
The enclosed directions are via Ayant. As you enter Anzère, keep going up the mountain. You will pass Restaurant la Poste and the church on your left. After next bend you see a post bus stop right in front of you, take the road turning right, Rue des Audannes. Another 50m on you will see a big chalet called "Rosalp" on the right hand side. Just in front, is a small road to the right; rue du Wildhorn, continue until the end of the road where the chalet is situated.
The Schedule will look something like this:
Arrive anytime after 5pm on Friday. People will be arriving at different time throughout the evening.
Those who arrive between 7- 8pm will have some food provided.
Breakfast is a help your self arrangement when you wake up. Cereal, toast, bread, etc.
9:am Worship and Morning devotion.
10: Pack your lunch and free to do whatever you want for the rest of the day.
Walking, Skiing, sleeping, spar etc, really up to you.
Evening Worship flexible as we have kids etc.
8pm Traditional Swiss Raclette/fondue for dinner. Free evening.
9am Breakfast and Communion
Clean up: and Leave anytime you want.
What to bring?
1. Warm cloths for being out door in the snow.
2. Skiing and or sledding gear. You can also rent these there.
3. Inside the chalet is a shoe free zone so bring socks to walk
4. You will need to buy a ski pass on Saturday if you are going up the mountain.
- Bedding and towels will be provided.
- Food will be provided for all.