Swiss Alps adventure - Swiss Ski Safari - September - no devices needed
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September – no devices needed

Sharp and fresh

You don’t need a diary or device to tell you that September has arrived in the Alps. Simply step outside and witness the magnificent blue of the sky, breathe in the sweet sharpness of the fresh mountain air and absorb the change in pace, colour and tone around you.

This magical time of year is ideal for long mountain hikes, each step tinged with mounting excitement for what’s coming. With every cool morning, we are busy thinking and planning for winter so, needless to say, it’s a busy time.

A unique reminder

In between foot-powered mountain escapades, this month we will be attending a big industry trade conference. At these events we explain what our unique service is, so we thought that we might remind you too. However, experienced SwisSkiSafari guests know this only too well.

Are you bored of the usual ski packages? Be part of a growing breed of experiential travellers this winter on a tailor-made Alpine escape.

Break the mould and avoid the traditional ski resorts, instead try skiing across national boundaries, descending terrain rarely touched by resort skiers and picnicking on remote peaks. Head out with our super slick alpine experts at SwisSkiSafari and we will show you the highlights of the Alps away from the crowds by foot, helicopter and ski. As if magnetised to the softest, untouched powder, our team of alpine ski connoisseurs, helicopter pilots and weather gurus (one even has a PhD in snow forecasting) tailor make unforgettable mountain itineraries to suit your level.

We do not believe in the need to give up luxury to do this. With clever planning we mix the best of nature with the highest luxury in the Alps.