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Activity Weekend in the French Alps

What's included?

2 x Activities -Canyoning
& High Mountain Adventure (Via Ferrata)

3 Nights Accommodation 
Airport Transfers


What is Included?
You will have a representative from Blue Ocean Activities who will meet you at the airport take you to your accommodation and activities and will be on hand at all times during your activity weekend.

Activities & Transport
Canyoning & Via Ferrata- includes all equipment, local qualified Mountain guides- transport to and from the activities also included

Based on 3 nights quality hostel accommodation, please see our images section for photographs.

Airport Transfers
The closest airports to Lake Annecy are Geneva (50minutes transfer time) and Chambery, we can arrange airport transfers from both theses airports. For exclusive bookings we can arrange a fixed collection time. 

What is NOT included?

Return Flights  from the UK to Geneva and Chambery are typically below £100 (Prices in 2013) and rarely more than £120. There are regular flights from many UK airports to Geneva with Easyjet also try www.skyscanner.net.

We do not include any form of insurance as part of our price but you must have adequate and valid travel insurance. We strongly recommend travel insurance that covers medical costs, rescue (including mountain rescue) and repatriation in the event of an emergency. In addition we advocate having suitable cover for baggage and effects, personal liability and cancellation should you become ill and are unable to travel with us. Most good travel insurance policies will cover these items but please ensure that you are covered for your specific trek, climb or any activities that you will participate in. We find that Snowcard or  Global Travel Insurance provide provide the best policies for adventure travellers.

Is This Trip for You?
This trip includes Via Ferrata (or protected scrambling) on high mountain routes and Canyoning so you will need an average level of physical fitness. There are steep ups and downs on gravel or rocky terrain and the average ascents/ descents per day are around 800m. Some Via Ferrata sections lead up/down vertical rock faces, which require good upper body and arm strength.
No previous climbing or Via Ferrata experience is required.