Skijoring

Skijoring

– For everyone that isn't yet familiar with this sport, it's time to come and try! On your skis, tied to the horse and here we go for a sliding sport unlike any other. From aged 7 and above, must know how to ski Fr. 40.-. Also pony rides for children over 4 years old Fr. 20.-more

Easter : entertainment for children

Easter : entertainment for children

– Drawing workshop, Treasure hunt (sign up on site). With the...more

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The "Tapolets"

– From Holy Thursday to Holy Saturday, we pretend the...more

Skijoring

Skijoring – For everyone that isn't yet familiar with this sport, it's time to come and try! On your skis, tied to the horse and here we go for a sliding sport unlike any other. From aged 7 and above, must know how to ski Fr. 40.-. Also pony rides for children over 4 years old Fr. 20.-

For everyone that isn't yet familiar with this sport, it's time to come and try! On your skis, tied to the horse and here we go for a sliding sport unlike any other. From aged 7 and above, must know how to ski Fr. 40.-. Also pony rides for children over 4 years old Fr. 20.-

Skijoring

Easter : entertainment for children

– Drawing workshop, Treasure hunt (sign up on site). With the participation of a pro make-up artist, Bibi the marmotte and the easter bunny.

Drawing workshop, Treasure hunt (sign up on site). With the participation of a pro make-up artist, Bibi the marmotte and the easter bunny.

Easter : entertainment for children

Guided tour “Thermal spring trek and path“

Guided tour “Thermal spring trek and path“

The "Tapolets"

– From Holy Thursday to Holy Saturday, we pretend the bells go to Roma and leave the bell towers silent. In both medieval cities, to replace them we use strange instruments equipped with a crank handle which lifts wood hammers: the "tapolets".Today, that ritual is very rare in Switzerland and is only practiced in Grimentz (VS), in Rue and in Romont (FR).

From Holy Thursday to Holy Saturday, we pretend the bells go to Roma and leave the bell towers silent. In both medieval cities, to replace them we use strange instruments equipped with a crank handle which lifts wood hammers: the "tapolets".Today, that ritual is very rare in Switzerland and is only practiced in Grimentz (VS), in Rue and in Romont (FR).

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