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Women’s MTB Holiday in the Swiss Alps

Erik den Oudendammer, Jess Kroon, Niels, Mark, MTB Verbier
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During your weekend getaway you can share a room with another rider or reserve a single room for an additional fee.

You want some extra time to sip coffee while taking in the views of the Alpine peaks? You can prolong your holidays and add an extra day at your chalet!

You can take an extra day of guided mountain biking for an additional fee of $105. This includes Verbier lift pass or shuttle service.

If you want to treat yourself to a massage after a day of riding, we’ve got you covered. A 1-hour massage is available for an extra fee of $130.

1 Person
4 day
Erik den Oudendammer, Jess Kroon, Niels, Mark, MTB Verbier
Reserve deposit (30%) $0
Second Payment Amount: $0
  • Being a bit short on time doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to some scenic mountain biking. This long-weekend getaway offers the same experience—great company of women, mind-boggling Alpine trails, great food, and luxurious chalet—but works for those who want it short and sweet. Between Thursday and Sunday, you’ll learn what makes big mountain riding so epic, while getting richer for a confidence-boosting experience in a premier MTB destination.

    • Arrive in your chalet in Verbier by 4 pm, settle in and meet your guides and fellow riders. You will do a bike and gear check before a three-course dinner, during which you will get a chance to fully make yourself at home and spend some quality time with your group. At around 8 pm, a briefing with your guide will take place—you will discuss the program, personal goals and expectations, and receive some useful trail information. Get a good night’s sleep as your Verbier guided riding tour starts tomorrow.
      Meals: Dinner


      Main street of the town of Verbier, a charming Alpine town in Switzerland.
    • Your two riding days—Friday and Saturday—will begin with a laidback breakfast on the terrace, soaking in the morning sun and taking in the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. By 9.15 am, you will be joining a daily briefing with your guide to discuss the objectives for that day. Mornings will be dedicated to riding skills and instruction. The time after lunch will be dedicated to enjoying the rides and testing the newly mastered skills. Your guide will make sure that your riding skill level matches the riding objectives—which definitely aren’t in short supply! Needless to say, there will always be time for numerous breaks allowing you to enjoy the views over the snow-capped peaks, glaciers, and beautiful alpine meadows. By 16.30 pm, you will have returned to your chalet. Unwind, do some stretching and get ready for your daily three-course dinners and doing other activities in the area according to your personal interests.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner


    • As all good things, your Verbier MTB trip comes to an end on Sunday. Enjoy your last breakfast with a view and get ready for departure. Say goodbye to your Verbier MTB guide, the rest of the squad and the Swiss Alps—or continue touring on your own.
      Meals: Breakfast


    • What you get on this adventure:

        • An experienced MTB guide with extensive local knowledge of the area
        • Double-room accommodation in a MTB chalet 
        • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
        • Post-ride homemade treats
        • Verbier lift tickets and shuttles 
        • Use of bike wash 
        • Assistance with bike setup and repair 
        • Transfer from the train station 
        • Helmet and hydration pack
        • Transportation

      Mountain bike rentals are available for an added fee of $310.

      What’s not included:

        • Transportation to and from Verbier 
        • Airport transfers — we recommend Mountain Drop-Offs
        • Extra drinks from the bar in your chalet
        • Medical / accident insurance coverage for medical costs and mountain rescue (all guests are required to get this insurance)
        • Guide gratuities — optional
    • The regular Verbier MTB guided adventure, which takes place on July 9th-15th, 2023, is suitable for intermediate riders. This means that you’re good to go if you’ve just started trail mountain riding but have never tested your skills in high-altitude mountains. You should be able to handle all your local loops, control your speed, and do some hilly sections. Intermediate riders should have some experience with different riding locations and mid-level mountains and should be able to ride moderately steep singletrack descents and climbs with some loose rocks and roots, as well as be comfortable with some small unexpected steps and rock gardens. 

      The advanced Verbier MTB week-long adventure, taking place on September 3rd – 9th and 17th – 23rd, 2023, is suitable for those who love technical sections and have experience in alpine terrain. You should be in full control while riding any kind of singletrack, red runs in the bike park, and technical steep trails with stone drops, rough roots, small drops, and occasional little jumps.

      The long-weekend MTB getaway is suitable for both intermediate and advanced riders.

      Keep in mind that your guide will follow you every step of the way and give appropriate instruction, adjust the pace/terrain when necessary and make breaks whenever riding becomes too strenuous. 

    • Extensive riding experience is necessary for both the regular and the advanced adventure option. That said, no biking experience in alpine terrain is necessary for the intermediate tour. You should be comfortable with pedaling for around 3 hours a day and crossing up to 30 km (around 20 miles), with an elevation gain of around 600 m (1,970 ft).

      For the advanced tour, MTB experience in alpine terrain is necessary. You should be able to ride for 6+ hours in challenging terrain, crossing over 50 km (31 miles), with an elevation gain of 1,600 m (5,250 ft). Keep in mind that you will receive extensive instruction and that your guide will find a balance between “pure” riding and daily skills training. Also, the pace and the terrain can be adjusted if you encounter any difficulties.

      For the long-weekend getaway, MTB experience is also necessary, but both intermediate and advanced riders are more than welcome.

    • Here’s what you’ll need:

        • Comfortable riding or athletic clothing, preferably moisture wicking or synthetic material 
        • Sneakers or sport shoes
        • Breathable outside layer or jacket
        • Sunglasses
        • Water bottle or hydration bladder
        • Biking gloves are optional but recommended
        • Regular mountain bike helmet
        • Full-face helmet (for the advanced adventure)
        • Flexible knee and elbow pads — can be rented from your guide (required only for the advanced adventure)
        • Toiletries (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, bug spray, toilet paper, etc.)

      Dress comfortably and for the weather in clothes you can move in. We suggest bringing clothing appropriate for the season. Layers are best and don’t wear jeans.

    • Group sizes and prices:

        • The maximum group size for these group tours is 7 people with one guide. 
        • The cost does not decrease as the group grows. 

      Mountain biking in Verbier can be arranged for bigger groups. Contact us prior to booking.

      Min. age requirements:

        • If you are older than 18, you’re good to go.
        • Minors may be able to participate on a case-by-case basis. 

      If your group has riders under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

    • To get to Verbier, most people fly into Geneva International Airport (GVA), two hours away. Once you arrive, there are several ways to reach your destination, including public transport. Looking to make airport transfers hassle-free? Check out Mountain Drop Offs—they provide door-to-door service in their comfy and spacious shuttles. Use the code 57HCHX to get a 5% discount!

      You will meet with a guide at the train station. They have transportation to and from your accommodation covered!

    • 57hours is committed to providing safe outdoor adventure experiences. We require all guides using our platform to have a COVID-19 safety plan and to make the details of that plan accessible to travelers. In most cases, group sizes will be reduced, guides will avoid overcrowded locations, and other safety measures will be met depending on the location and activity. 

      We also expect clients to respect local regulations and take measures to protect themselves, guides and the communities they’re traveling to. For more information on COVID-19 measures in Verbier please refer to the Switzerland Federal Office of Public Health

      Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information. We are happy to provide you with the most up-to-date information!

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