Kids Summer Activities and Camps

Traveling with your family during the summer months is always a pleasure but we all know what can happen if children get bored so often need specific activities to keep them engaged and happy. Happy kids = even happier parents! Why not consider getting the children involved with one of these awesome summer opportunities in Verbier:

Summer Camps

These summer camps are right in Verbier, not far from to Verbier chalets, so the luxury of mountain adventure awaits!

Les Elfes

This summer camp in Verbier runs from June to August and focuses on exposing children to international peers.

Language classes and adventure activities comprise the core of this camp. Offered daily activities include: golf, mountain biking, rock climbing, and paragliding.

If your kids are a little less adventurous then perhaps an immersive cultural day is better. Visit a cheese and chocolate factory during a day tour and learn a piece of Swiss culture.

Altitude Summer Camps

Altitude offers children some choice in their activities for the summer.

Whether your little ones are interested in language classes or adventure activities, there should be something compelling for them here.

Day camps run all summer long and overnight camps happen during July.

Worth noting is that Altitude offers child activities and camp style sessions all year around so you can become familiar with their staff when you come back for winter skiing!

Verbier Sports Center

Featuring easy in-town access and plentiful parking, this facility offers something for the whole family.

Swimming pool, tennis courts, and climbing walls are only some of the amenities available to keep the family active and engaged on your adventurous trip to Verbier.

The Verbier Sports Center also offers a Kid’s Club so be sure to ask about getting the little ones signed up for an active summer experience!

Verbier Excursions Tours

Do your kids love dogs, pets, and animals?

Verbier Excursions offers childcare style format with fun, engaging, and stimulating cultural experiences

You’ll hear all about their visit to meet the St Bernard dogs where the kids will learn about these huge, gentle pets.

Farm tours to meet ponies, deer, and other local animals will have your little ones bubbling with excited energy when you pick them up!

Picnic lunches and sightseeing walks are among the many offered activities for children with this tour company.


Would you rather spend the day with your family instead of sending them off to activities?

Consider learning a new and growing hobby called Geocaching.

Here’s the basic idea: use a device equipped with GPS hardware to navigate to (sometimes difficult) locations where “treasure” is hidden.

From street corners to mountain vistas, Geocaches can be stashed anywhere. Furthermore, just because your GPS gets you close to the treasure, it’s up to you to actually find where it’s hidden.


Your kids will quickly become addicted to this little pastime sport which is a worldwide phenomenon and they’ll want to be searching for geocaches hidden everywhere. You never know where they’re at until you start looking so sign up through the Geocaching website to get access to the hidden locations.