For all, who would like to try something new and exciting, Mountainboarden is just the thing:The cable car Rinderberg will take individuals, families, clubs or companies to the local mountain of Zweisimmen. From the middle station the "Mountainboarder" are enjoying the descent across the beautiful landscape down to the valley. After several attempts there is no limit to fun!At the bottom station Rinderberg a guide will give first instructions. After safety equipment has been handed out, people can have a first attempt at riding on short, easy stretches. The speed is determined by using the brake holding in the hand.Duration: 2-3 hoursMeeting Point: 1p.m. at bottom station Rinderberg Price per person includes material, protective equipment, transport and guideThe event will take place come rain or shine. The organiser reserves the right to cancel the event if too few reservations are received.Individual booking Like to take a ride on the mountainboard on another day or would like to come in a group, with friends or colleagues? Choose your date and book individually!After detailed instruction, ride in a guided group of six people or more (individuals and smaller numbers will be joined up with other groups). • Flyer mountainboard Rinderberg • Form to register
Yatchyo Itoh, Yatchi, was born in Tokyo. First trained as a graphic designer, she has subsequently worked as an illustrator for Japanese newspapers and magazines. She continues her creative work in parallel and exhibits regularly in Switzerland and Japan. She has lived and worked in Carouge since 1995. This retrospective exhibition is part of the commemorations to mark 150 years of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Japan.
Dine on the frontline and be there live as our chefs take you on a journey through the world of endless flavours. Enjoy every course in a different kitchen right by the stove and peek over the chef's shoulders as your dishes are being prepared. After all, as an explorer who is part of our kitchen safari you are embedded into the action and not just a bystander.