However different the characters in your team may be, in the Eiger Grand Prix only one thing counts: working together to get a creative project off the ground. Or, rather, on its wheels. The task is to use a basic soap box car kit, plus a great deal of imagination, to design your new company car. Once your team's vehicle is brightly painted and decorated, a race through Grindelwald will show whether it is roadworthy and rapid.
Being thirsty is good, being thirsty for knowledge is even better. Because on this newly created beer tour of Bern, you and your team will learn all kinds of interesting things about beer-making and taste 14 different kinds of beer together. On a tour through the arcades and alleyways of Bern, a beer sommelier will escort you from one establishment to the next, sharing his beer expertise. Positively frothing with enthusiasm, he will recount numerous beer-related anecdotes and give you a taste of the very best of beers, in venues ranging from trendy bars to traditional beer cellars. The tour is only available in German.
Sing the praises of your team – and teach them to yodel in Gstaad! This kind of event not only brings your team closer together but also makes them listen to one another. On a short course held in beautiful natural surroundings – indoors or out, up on an alp or in a traditional mountain hut – you and your team will learn the basics of yodelling. Raise your voices in unison and laugh as you've never laughed before!
In a relaxed, informal atmosphere, Stefanie Inniger will reawaken your team's appreciation for the authentic and the simply good. Under her guidance in the Vintage Kitchen in Biel, you will cook a regional, sustainable meal together or bake a perfect fruit tart. Fully in keeping with her philosophy for a memorable cooking experience: natural, healthy, creative and sure to give enjoyment and pleasure!
Europe's highest railway station is the starting point for a breathtaking team outing at over 3400 m above sea level. You and your group will experience the fascination of the Jungfraujoch Top-of-Europe from up close and – roped together, secured and led by a professional mountain guide – venture out on to the permanent ice of the Aletsch glacier. On the tour, and later in the Ice Palace and on the Sphinx Terrace, you'll learn all kinds of interesting facts about this "Alpine Sensation".
Surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery, in the Swisscom Nordic Arena your team can experience something just as spectacular: mountain tubing, when they go racing down the ski jumping hill, in an inflated tyre, at speeds of up to 90 kmh. On the tour, which lasts about 60 minutes, you will not only learn a great deal about the ski jumps and the history of ski jumping, but you will also experience at first hand just how much courage this sport demands from its athletes. The very brave can even go out on to the starting platform, high above Kandersteg. Then everyone in the team should have a go at mountain tubing, racing down to the landing slope of the ski jump in an inflated inner tube.