JFK Swiss Outdoor Camp

John F. Kennedy

JFK Swiss Outdoor Camps offers multiple opportunities to explore and enjoy the alpine environment.

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Key Features


Adventures, Camping, English, Hiking, Languages


6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13


7 July 2024 - 18 August 2024


2 or 3 weeks


2 weeks CHF 5'850.- 3 weeks CHF 8'525.-




Chilchgasse 8, 3792 Saanen, Switzerland

Camp overview

Outdoor learning is all about Nature. You learn with demonstration and evidence. Touching and seeing is all it is about.
Adventure is the move that thrives us now in this world. Watching nature will never be the same after our camps.
Team work will teach us how to work in a group, how to tolerate others and how to build self esteem.

We are home to 95 students (aged 2.5 to 14) and 26 expert faculty and staff — a community representing over 22 different nations. We are proud of our international and multi-cultural ethos, and the way our community collaborates to make a difference. Our world-renowned curriculum is built on the best of global standards.



With activities such as ziplining and mountain climbing the students will find the challenge and joy they look for in the activities. Team building is also reenforced with the construction of rafts as a challenge to cross a river. Using all the equipment provided, your team must plan, construct and race a raft built by your team. Our certified staff of experts will ensure a safe and fun journey while the kids have the time of their lives. Kids will climb across suspended walkways, monkey bridges, suspended stirrups and zipline through the air on our mini zip lines sized for the younger ones. Chances are they won’t stop talking about it the whole way home.

JFK Swiss Outdoor Camps offers multiple opportunities to explore an alpine environment. Every week a different theme, Water with all the water adventure activities, Mountain, with hiking and camping and Rock with natural rock climbing learning all the techniques. With all senses students will explore forests, streams, and mountains. For example, students will survey a mountain stream, test water purity, velocity and temperature. They will explore flora and fauna of a river and find out how it changes over the course of the river.

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