Book Your School Skiing Trips To Saas Fee Here!
School Skiing in Saas Fee
|From Calais||15 hrs|
|From Geneva Airport||3.5 hrs|
|Journey to Lifts||17 mins|
| Beginner Runs Above
|Top Ski Height||3600m|
|Kms of Piste|| 100
|Number of Runs|| 32
|Number of Lifts|| 22
|Chair Lifts|| 2
|Drag Lifts|| 12
|Deposit Refund (CHF)||5.00|
| Snow Tubing
| Ski Demo Evening
Saas Fee is one of the most beautiful villages in the Alps. Its winding, traffic-free streets are lined by traditional Swiss chalets and cowsheds and dwarfed by thirteen 4000m peaks. Above the village glaciers bubble brilliantly and seem to hang right over it.
School Ski Accommodation Exclusive Use
Our hotels in Saas Grund, a 5 minute ride from Saas Fee, offer exclusive use to standard school ski coach groups of 50 to 60 people.
Skis and Boots Stored Overnight Adjacent to Beginners' Slope
The journey to the slopes (5 min coach ride to Saas Fee and a 12 min walk through Saas Fee) is made easy by the fact that your school ski group can store their skis and boots just below the beginners' slopes in Saas Fee and very close to the main 30 man gondola lifts.
All-Day ski instruction with Experienced British Instructors
Sass Fee has for many years been the most popular resort for school ski groups and as a consequence our instructors have built up years and years worth of experience in Saas Fee allowing the students to get the very most out of their school ski trip.
Skiing for Schools with Beginner Runs Above 2500m
The main beginners' slopes in Saas Fee are located in the village. Three separate lifts provide superb facilities and progression for school ski novices in a quiet location away from the main ski area.
Skiing on 100kms of Pistes with Very Few Lift Queues
Wide open pistes above and below Morenia at 2,550m provide excellent conditions for your school ski group with plenty of space to practice their skills and a variety of uplifts ensuring that little time is spent in lift queus even in the peak school holiday periods and therefore maximising time for your students on their school ski trip.