You can find relevant changes and safety measures in the KISC Concept for Operation.

Yes! After a brief closure during the coronavirus pandemic, the World Scout Centre reopened on 1 July 2020.

No. As Switzerland begins to introduce mandatory quarantining for certain countries we are not able to accept guests from those countries until they have completed their quarantine elsewhere. For a full list of countries affected please see the Swiss Federal Council website.

We are offered a full-refund to all our guests who could not travel to us during July or August 2020, providing they met one of three conditions:
  1. The Swiss borders are closed to your country 14 days before you are due to arrive.
  2. The country you are travelling from has banned international travel during the time of your booking at KISC.
  3. Your National Scout Organisation (NSO) has banned international travel during the time of your booking at KISC.
If your booking does not meet one of these conditions you will need to follow the requirements in our Terms and Conditions, and we recommend you contact your travel insurer. Please remember, that we have also extended the amount of time you have to cancel from 90 to 14 days – with the same cancellation fee (40% of your total overnights), regardless if you cancel now or 14 days before arrival. Alternatively, we are encouraging our guests to consider moving their booking with us to an alternate date in the future or donating their pre-payment.

Our staff will all be issued with face masks when required to wear them. We are not able to provide guests with them, you will need to bring your own.

Yes, it is a requirement that we provide hand disinfectant at the entrance and exit of the centre, and where we are providing catering services. However, it is also really important that you bring your own personal disinfectant too. This will help us reduce the risk of transmission. 

We are not able to issue refunds until later in 2020. The KISC Committee has had to take the difficult decision that we will only be able to pay your refund once the situation around the COVID-19 pandemic becomes clearer, allowing us to factor in any necessary cost savings and to better understand our financial position. We anticipate this to be around the end of the Summer season. This is to ensure the Centre can continue running not only to celebrate its centennial in 2023, but for many years to come.

Of course! Some positions might require previous staff experience, but then it would be explicitly written in the essential requirements. 

It is important that anyone applying to volunteer at KISC understands that life as a Kandersteg Staff member in the Alps environment can be demanding, as the Centre is located at 1,200 metres above sea level. Our selection team will not discriminate according to health conditions, however it is important for KISC to know how can we support the volunteer’s general physical and mental safety and well-being while volunteering at KISC. Therefore, it is very important for the applicant to assess to what extent they would be able to volunteer in the different areas of KISC.

On another note, KISC provides an accident insurance to all volunteers but short term volunteers such as Short Term Staff are responsible for covering their ownhealth insurance. Therefore, it is important for you to look into what your requirements whilst in Switzerland might be, particularly as medical costs are known to be very expensive.

Considering the above, we would encourage you to think through all aspects of the KISC volunteering programme and how you could make the most of the experience while in a safe environment. We hope this helped and will be looking forward your application! If you would like to discuss your application by phone or ask any questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch, and ask to speak to the Staff Development Director.

Yes, just let us know as soon as possible by email if you cannot volunteer at KISC anymore.

All of our guests are able to book breakfast with us. However, we are only able to offer lunch and dinner to larger groups who book with us in advance. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, our capacity to offer everyone the option to dine with us for lunch and dinner is not possible. 

If you do wish to have catered meals with us, please submit a meals order form through our website and our Reception team will let you know of the availability.

KISC does not have any facilities for disposal of portable / chemical toilets, nor are we aware of such facilitites in Kandersteg. We advise campers with that need to contact the coach company AFA in Frutigen.

Yes, you can download the latest Winter Kanderactive here. However, we advise you to browse through the Programme & Adventure page where you can print or download details of filtered activities. In the future, KISC is going to publish a general programme brochure with a summary of activities on offer.

Yes, if your booking has been moved, you will need to submit a NEW programme booking with us on 1st March 2021. This is to make it fair to each group who will be staying with us in 2021.

Yes we do, please contact reception@kisc.ch for more information.

No. We have been following social distancing guidelines and have rigorous hygiene processes in place.

Our sites have different sizes ranging from 15 - 80 people. We measure them in the number of people they can fit and will allocate you a campsite according to the number of people in your group. 

For booking your stay, visit our accommodation page where you can check the availability of different building types. You can send your accommodation request directly to us - follow the instructions on the booking page. After submitting your request, our Staff will come back to you with an update about your request. 

There is no doubt this will be a difficult year for KISC financially and we would be very grateful for any and all donations. Your support during these difficult times will help us weather this storm and safeguard the Permanent Mini Jamboree for many more years. Here are some suggestions on how you can help:

  • Book a stay with us!
  • Make a donation
  • Become a Member of our Association
  • Help us promote KISC in your home country, by becoming an Ambassador
  • Help us renovate by sponsoring a room.
  • If you can't make it this year, you can also donate your prepayment.

Thank you!

 

After your prepayment for your accommodation has been confirmed, log into kisc.ch to make your programme selection. This is a request form only as our activities depend on availability. Once a Staff member has processed your requests, they will come back to you with an update on your selection.

The Centre is located approximately 1.5km from the village centre and train station. There is also a local bus which runs hourly from the Train Station to the Centre during the day time.

Yes, to help us comply with the guidance laid out by the Swiss government and public health authorities, we are asking all guests to bring with them some specific hygiene items, these will be confirmed in advance of your stay and will include disinfectant. 

Yes. If your booking was affected by the pandemic we are encouraging all our guests to consider joining us in a different month or year, up to 2021. You are welcome to move your booking, including any pre-payments to an available date in the future.

You will receive an email notification from us confirming that your refund has been processed.

All refunds will be made by bank transfer.

This is in most cases possible, make sure to talk to reception more than 7 days in advance to make sure we can see what the possibilities are.

Yes, providing we follow the guidance issued by the Swiss government and public health authorities. 
 
We have a duty to keep the Permanent Mini Jamboree open and alive for many years to come, and reopening to guests who are able to travel here this summer will help us ensure that. 
 
We accept that in some countries, National Scout Organizations and Governments have issued guidance that makes travelling to KISC harder, and in some cases, impossible. That’s why we are also urging everyone to follow their own country and NSO rules, before attempting to travel.

To travel safely, you should follow the health and safety guidance provided by both your government, the Swiss government, NSO and travel provider. 

Yes, a distance of 1.5 metres is currently being observed by staff and we expect guests to follow this in some form as well.

Yes, both our campsite and indoor accommodation reopened on 1 July 202.

Of course it is a possibility! Just make sure you communicate and coordinate about this as much in advance as possible.

Absolutely! Now that we are open again we are going to need lots of enthusiastic Pinkies to help keep Baden Powell's dream alive. You can find our current vacancies here.

We individually contacted all our affected groups to discuss available options and alternatives. These include moving your booking to another date, donating your pre-payment to the Permanent Mini Jamboree, turning your pre-payment into a KISC membership, or issuing you with a refund.

If you believe you have not yet been contacted by us, please email reception@kisc.ch   

If your government has banned travel too/from Switzerland during the time of your booking at KISC, yes. 

If you cancel your stay and your circumstances do not meet one of our three conditions outlined above, we cannot offer a full refund. Please see our cancellation policy found in our Terms and Conditions.

Yes. Please contact us to discuss. 

No. However, we would strongly encourage you to claim from your travel insurance. 

Yes, providing the borders are closed between the country from which you are travelling, and Switzerland, 14 days before your arrival date.

We will update all our guests by email if we are forced to close again for any reason. Please check our FAQs regularly, which we are updating when there are changes.

Sadly, we are not able to fulfil all the activities we would normally provide during summer. Instead, we will be delivering a weekly programme with a variety of alternatives, which you may book.

If you already have a programme booking with us you will have received an email from our Programme team, you are now be able to book a maximum of three activities for your trip to KISC.

Our activities on offer are:

Activity schedule - summer 2020
(Click on the image to open a PDF-version of the schedule.)

  Category Activity
Challenge activities Crate StackingJacob's LadderZip Wire
Guided hikes Bunderspitz HikeDoldenhorn Hut HikeGasterntal HikeLötschenpass Hike
Workshops Backwoods WorkshopWorld Scout WorkshopThe Juicinator, Fueling the Future
Jamboree activities Light TrailCampfireInternational Sports Afternoon

*This currently applies to Summer 2020, only. 

Your room or campsite should be ready for you to check-in from 14:00. If you arrive earlier than that, you may need to wait.

We are following the guidance set out by the Federal Office of Public Health Switzerland

You can find relevant changes and safety measures in the KISC concept for operation - Summer 2020.

Our number one priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone at KISC. In March, the advice from public health authorities worldwide and in Switzerland, meant we could not guarantee that.

We are continuing to play our part in reducing the risk of transmission of the virus.

Once a volunteer at KISC has completed a season at KISC and officialy become "ex-staff", they can enjoy discounts on overnights and catering when booking their stay. If you are ex-staff and booking your stay to come back, please make sure you mention that you have been staff in the past!

Dinner starts at 18:00 - please be on time! In July and August dinner will be served on a rotational basis, please check the seating times and be on time. Unfortunately, it is not possible to hold your dinner or make saved plates. 

We want KISC to be accessible to as many people as possible, that's why we follow WOSM's guidelines on fees. This means if you're from a category A, B or C country you can get a discount of up to 75% on all our accommodation. To find out which category your country belongs to, check out scout.org 

To apply the discount to your accommodation, just ask during the booking stage on our website, it's that easy. 

We aim to provide each group with their own campsite. Although if your group is small and there is enough space for two groups, it may happen that you will share your campsite.

After we have confirmed your booking and you have paid your prepayment, you can log in into KISC website and start requesting these services through our online request forms.  Our Staff will come back to you after processing your requests.  Please note: the services are subject to availability and our Staff will send you the final confirmation for the requested services according to the availability. 

If you are already in the process of getting it, it is okay to send it to us within a few days from sending us the application. If you happen to be selected and we will not have your passport, your spot will be offered to someone else.

Yes, our team of Spring Pinkies continued to work here while we were closed, and we’re very grateful for all the dedication and hard work they gave. The team were answering your calls and emails, cleaning the Chalet, preparing the campsite and gearing up for our grand reopening on 1 July. Everyone also played a huge part in taking the Mini Jamboree Experience online.

During our closure, we also followed all of the guidance set out by the Swiss public health authorities. This includes working from home where possible, social distancing, washing our hands thoroughly and regularly as well as self-isolating if anyone gets sick.

We are open to guests 7-days a week 365 days a year!

Reception Opening Hours:

Summer and Winter: Monday - Sunday: 08:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 20:00 

Autumn and Spring: Monday - Sunday: 08:15 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 18:00

Outside of these hours, up until 22:30, you can contact a member of our Duty team using the red phone at Reception.

 

 

For booking activities in our Summer season, bookings open on March 1st at 10:00 CET. For any Winter activities, reservations open on October 1st at 10:00 CET. Please try to plan your programme before this date and send your Programme Order Form as soon as possible after we open bookings, as we operate on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis and activities will become fully booked, especially during our high season around August 1st. 

Our Reception is open until 18:00 and until 20:00 in July and August. If you arrive after Reception opening hours, there will be still a staff member until 22:30 who can do a provisional check in with you, but you will have to meet our reception team the following morning to finalise the check-in. When arriving later than 22:30, instructions will be left for you at the Reception.  

Meals have to be cancelled 48 hours prior in order to avoid food waste.  

Unfortunately driving on the campsite is not allowed. Our campsite is car-free. However, we have Trolleys and post carts available to transport your materials from the parking spot to your campsite.

Every room and guest kitchen has a key. It is up to you if you want to use one. The deposit for a key is CHF 40.00 and you will get the money back upon returning the key. For leaders, it is also possible to put the deposit on the bill, so you don’t have to worry about having cash on you.

 

In the first couple of weeks of the season we will be training all of our volunteers—therefore it is important that you are available for the whole time. If you won't be able to join for the full training, we might need to consider offering the vacancy to people on the waiting list.

It is possible to pay for your activities before you arrive at KISC or during your stay. However, we recommend paying for your activities when you check out.

You need to check-out from all indoor accommodations by 10:00. The check-out time for the Campsite is 11:00 o'clock. A staff member will come to the room/ campsite before your departure for a check-out. The room/campsite needs to be tidied by the group before the staff will come for a check-out.

By logging into kisc.ch, you will be able to start requesting additional services like catering, activities and rentals. Once logged in, you will be able to save your price calculations, and you will be able to go back to it at any time. After finalising your request, you are ready to send it to us.

We have several communal rooms and areas available for socialising. The International Friendship Room contains sofas, a piano, books and games. Our other shared rooms are the Eco Adventure Room, the High Adventure Room (includes a fireplace) and the Main Hall (includes a fireplace). Some rooms, such as meeting and seminar rooms, can be booked in advance by groups (outside of summer). Please contact Reception for more details and room availability.

Food orders can be picked up from 7:15 onwards. Our catering staff is available until the end of dinner to hand out your food orders. When the dining hall is closed, please find a member of Staff to inform Catering for you.

If you are staying with us, the activities you book will be added to your final bill. When closing your bill, we accept both cash and card payments.  

In order to confirm your booking, we do require your prepayment. If we have not received your prepayment by the due date, we will send prepayment reminders. After going through our prepayment reminder process and have not received your prepayment we will cancel your booking. If you really can't pay for your prepayment at the time being,contact our reception staff to see if any alternative solutions can be found.

One of the requirements to become a staff member at KISC is to be at least 18 years old on the day you arrive here. You don’t need to rush with the applications when you are 16. You can apply about half a year before turning 18.

There is no Wi-Fi directly on the campsite, however, there is free Wi-Fi available at the Chalet. 

 

Please close your bill the night before departure during reception hours at the main reception. On the departure day, please come timely for your check-out as a member of staff will make sure you have left your Room / Campsite tidy. 
Please follow the check out guide in your room or provided during your campsite check-in for full instructions. 

Yes, of course! You can rent tents, dining and kitchen tents, tables and benches, stoves, cooking sets and gas from us. We also have several items available for a deposit, incl. adaptors, multi-plugs, gas regulators, axes, mallets, etc. For more information and prices see the bottom of our Accommodation page.

Our Short Term Staff are here on an entirely voluntary basis. However, there are a lot of other benefits included, such as accommodation, food, accident insurance and staff programme. You would have to organise and pay your travels here yourself, possible visa fees and some pocket money to cover your personal expenses while in Switzerland. 

While we do our best to cater to the different requirements, we prepare all the meals in the same kitchen, so we can not guarantee that the meals are 100% allergen free. If you have a severe allergy, we recommend cooking for yourself.

There are a few requirements before we are able to supply a Visa Support letter. These are;

  • Complete booking form to create a booking
  • Pay your full amount of accommodation costs 
  • Supply a scanned copy of your passport
  • Supply a letter from your NSO confirming your membership
  • If you are a non-Scout, then we review this on a case by case basis

Free Wi-Fi is available in the Old and New Chalet, Kanderlodge and Sunneblick. The Campsite and the Tower do not have a direct Wi-Fi connection. 

We have lots of groups wishing to do activities, and once an activity is booked, we have to turn away other Scouts. To encourage realistic activity bookings, we charge a cancellation fee for changes or cancellations within 7 days notice. This fee is 50%  of the cost of the activity per person, or CHF 5.- per person, whichever is larger. Changes or cancellations within 48 hours before the start of the activity will not be refunded. 

We have a limited amount of guest lockers available in our Old Chalet and on the Campsite for storing your valuables. There is a CHF 40.00 deposit on the key.

We have a limited amount of pioneering poles in different lengths from 1 m to around 5 m. We can offer each group approximately 15 poles for pioneering for free. Pioneering poles are not allowed to be modified or cut in any way. In case pioneering poles are returned damaged, we will charge CHF 20 per damaged pole. 

We do not guarantee any direct financial support to Short Term Staff. However, we do our best to fundraise money and apply for different projects to provide some extra support.  Long Term Staff receive a monthly pocket money of approximately CHF 400.- .

If you don't have an EU/EFTA passport, you will stand a better chance if you are under 35 years old at the time of your work period, as that is the age limit for the visas we can receive. Once you are selected, all necessary for the work permit will be organised with you.

If the activity is not run by the Centre, (e.g. River Rafting, Paragliding or Mountain biking) then you may have to pay the full price if you cancel too late. The cancellation policy varies depending on the external supplier. Please check the official website for each external company for their official cancellation policy or email programme@kisc.ch for more information. 

 

English is the official language at the Centre. Most of the time you will be able to communicate in other languages, but it depends on the current staff team.  

We have a small shop in our Main Chalet selling souvenirs, ice cream, snacks and some soft drinks. We accept Swiss Francs. We also accept certain foreign currencies, but only take notes. These are US Dollars, British Pounds and Euros. Our shop also accepts Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

We do not offer any kind of ropes or material for pioneering. Please bring your own ropes. You can buy ropes in smaller amounts in the village.

In general, we only take Helpers who have been staff before—especially during the busy times when we don’t have the capacity to train non ex-staff. Those busy times are usually also the only times we would need Helpers for. Therefore, it would very much depend on the time of the year and our Helper needs. Sometimes we do take Helpers who haven’t been staff before, but if we have plenty of requests from ex-staff to return as Helpers they get priority.

  • Quiet time is from 22.30 – 07.30, according to the law of Kandersteg.
  • Alcohol is not allowed in public areas. 
  • Smoking is prohibited inside the buildings and public spaces. For smoking, please find the designated smoking areas
  • Fireworks are not allowed and will be confiscated.
  • All our guests must sign to agree on our General Terms & Conditions.
  • Before going into the mountains and leaving the valley floor on hikes etc. a ‘Route Card’ must be completed and handed into the Front Office.

The Pinkies are our Staff and can be recognised by the bright Pink t-shirts they wear daily. The Pinkies are here to help you. They are volunteer Scouts and Guides from all over the world and, although they might not be professionals in tourism and hospitality business or may not speak your language, they will always do their best. So, relax and enjoy your visit to the Permanent Mini Jamboree!

It is not allowed to have fires on the ground. Open fires are only allowed in our shelter fireplaces, marked campfire circles and fire barrels. To empty the fireplaces, we have ash bins around the campsite.

All our KISC led activities have current risk documents produced according to Safety in Adventures standards. Our safety documents are for internal use within our organisation and ensure that all KISC led activities are provided in a safe and enjoyable way. 
We encourage groups to make risk assessments for any self-guided activity, and we provide the necessary support for this such as self-guided hiking routes and detailed descriptions about external activities through our website. 

Sometimes KISC offers the possibility of an internship. In these cases, we will have the opportunity showing up in the Jobs & Volunteering page. If no internship positions are available, you may still choose to do your internship at KISC, either as Long Term Staff or Short Term Staff, for which particular frameworks and same selection processes apply.

All the water running from the taps and fountains around the Centre is drinking water. However, DO NOT drink river water - glacial minerals are dangerous and can seriously damage your body! We also ask that you do NOT swim in the river Kander as the river is dangerous; the water is very cold and the current is very strong. 

Please come to Reception the day before your departure during opening hours so that you can settle your bill. You can pay in cash or with credit card. It is only possible to close your bill at the Main reception during opening hours. 

The age limits are set on each KISC activity for the safety of the individual and the whole group. Our insurance adheres to the age limits set by us, and so they must be followed, with no exceptions.

We offer Propane gas and Butane gas. Propane gas costs CHF6/kg and Butane CHF16/kg and will be charged after usage. The gas bottle gets weighed before given out and after you return it. The difference is what you have used and will be billed. 

It may happen that the weather is too bad to run your activity. We will do our best to offer another activity to suit your group if we decide to cancel to planned activity due to bad weather. Alternatively, if we have to cancel your activity, a full refund will be given.

Recycling is our top priority at KISC. If you stay in our indoor accommodation, you will find recycling stations all around the buildings. If you stay in our campsite, you will be provided with a recycling kit to collect your recycling, trash and food waste before bringing it to the recycling centre during the opening hours. 

It is not possible to transfer a large amount of money to our bank account and withdrawal it at Reception. 

Most European regulators adapt to the Swiss system. You need a regulator with a 21.8mm x 1/14" left thread. We have a limited amount of regulators available for a deposit of CHF 20 at our Campsite Office.

We separate our toilets/ showers for male and female. Unfortunately, it is not possible to separate for leaders and children. 

We have fridges available for guests. All fridges are for shared usage, and the food needs to be labelled with the name of the group. Fridges cannot be booked for personal use and need to be shared.

In Switzerland you need Swiss Francs (CHF). At the Centre, you can pay your bill using Swiss Francs or foreign currency notes (British Pounds, Euros or US Dollars). We also accept debit cards (Maestro, Visa Electron & Post Finance) and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard & American Express).

Most of our Workshops and Weekly Activities are held on-site, either in the Centre or on our main Campsite. Our guided hikes and climbing activities are located in Kandersteg and the surrounding valleys. 

The Rodelbahn is a 750 m long Summer Sled Run situated at the top of the Oeschinensee Gondola. The Rodelbahn is a loop which brings you back to the start after speeding through the scenic Swiss mountains with your friends.  

We sell discounted Rodelbahn tickets here at the Centre for children and adults. We sell them as single rides or bundles of 5 rides. However, more than one person can use tickets from the same bundle. Tickets from us are sold at a cheaper rate but must be used before 11:30 in the morning. Afternoon tickets can only be purchased directly through this website

Any letters, e-mails or phone messages for our guests will be displayed on the ‘Guest Mailboard’ to the left of reception. Unfortunately, we can’t personally deliver messages to anyone, so it is your responsibility to check this board regularly.

Electricity is not available on our campsite. To charge your phone or other electrical devices we have a limited amount of guest lockers with plugs available. In exceptional circumstance for electricity on the campsite, please contact our Staff Team before arrival. 

Kandersteg has a local doctor that provides basic treatment for sickness and accidents, a nearby hospital, and mountain rescue team. Switzerland provides an excellent service - but it is very expensive. We recommend you to arrange private insurance for accidents, mountain rescue, and sickness. We do not offer insurance services for our guests; please arrange your insurance in before arrival. 

For KISC guided activities, all transport is included in the price of the activity unless stated otherwise. For external activities, the price of the activity does not include transport, and this is something that you would have to arrange. We can, however, offer advice and discounted train and bus tickets.

As the ground is very rocky, we recommend you to bring solid iron pegs!

Unfortunately, we do not sell train tickets to any airports in Switzerland. Train tickets that can be purchased from the Centre include return tickets to; Thun, Brig, Interlaken, Boltigen and Bern. A company called Switzerland Travel Centre often offers discounted tickets between any Swiss airports and Kandersteg. You can find out more here.

This varies from campsite to campsite and can be from very well drained to very muddy. We have a good amount of wooden walkways and pallets to help groups on muddy campsites. You are not allowed to dig any trenches or holes into the ground, as this will destroy any grass on the site and affect the experience of other campers coming to the site after your stay.

 

When you stay in one of our two KISC mountain huts, you have the option to order a hut food package. The food is provided by us; however you will have to carry this up to the hut with you. You will have to cook for the Pinkie guide at the hut. However, you do not pay for their food. The hut food package includes dinner and breakfast for the next day, it does not include a packed lunch, so this would have to be ordered separately. 

Kandersteg is a small traditional Swiss village with a population of over 1’200 people. Kandersteg has a developed infrastructure that includes hotels with restaurants, two grocery shops, a drug store, a doctor’s office, banks with cash machine, a Catholic and a Protestant church, souvenir shops, sports shops, a car service and other tourism and leisure facilities (e.g. swimming pool, wellness, indoor climbing centre, village and scout museum, ski jump/ mountain tubing area, etc.). During the Winter and Summer seasons, many local events are happening where you can have a taste of the Swiss and local culture.  The Centre is located about 25 minutes by walk from the train station or 5 minutes by local bus. The bus is for free when wearing a scout neckerchief. 

If you are not staying here with us, you can still book onto our activities. However, there will be an extra 10% charge added to the price of the activity. 

If one of your group members is injured or sick, we ask that you contact a member of Staff straight away. Many of our Staff have First Aid Training and can assist you in our First Aid Room or contact the relevant professional service. If you require a doctor, ambulance or other professional services, please notify a member of Staff who will make the request for you. The doctor in Kandersteg is well equipped and deals with most of our incidents. The doctor has x-ray facilities and can treat broken bones. If necessary, the doctor may direct the person to the hospital. If you have used an emergency service which has not been requested by Staff, please notify any Staff at the Centre as soon as possible. 

Alcohol is generally not permitted in any public areas of KISC. Exptions must be made by the Director according to our KISC Alcohol Policy. Our rules are according to Swiss law permitting smoking at 16 years old, the consumption of beer and wine at 16 years old and spirits at 18 years old. 
If your group has own rules and policies, it is fine as long as they do not conflict with Swiss law. Smoking is only permitted in the restricted areas, and encouraged to be avoided during our activities and around children.
For further information, please see our KISC alcohol policy.

Pets are welcome on our campsite all year-round. We also have a limited number of rooms that are pet friendly, so if you would like to stay indoors please let us know in your booking. 

All pets visiting KISC should be kept under control and on a lead.

The closest gas station is in Frutigen, 12km at the beginning of the valley.