Whatever you and your family wish to do with us, you can! Your family can enjoy being guided by capable, trained MNGS staff with only your security, education and enjoyment in mind.
We regularly take families rock climbing (or for their first experience in learning the sport), hiking to find and observe amazing mountain animals, on via ferrata excursions, glacier treks, snowshoeing, and to climb non-technical, easy peaks of appropriate levels. MNGS has been entrusted with both children and entire families for more than three decades, in all types of outdoor activities, and are used to dealing with special needs or requirements. You and your family will enjoy snowshoeing (children as young as 4 years old have joined us), or on a day learning the ropes so that rock climbing is both fun and at a family level everyone can enjoy.
On hikes we can take your family to visit the finest examples of dinosaur tracks to be found anywhere in Europe (only discovered +30 years ago), or on nature hikes where photographing wild, high mountain animals is an everyday occurrence. Whether or not you want adventure, excitement or just an easy, incredibly beautiful and educational day, MNGS staff members are trained, experienced and ready to offer you a day outing or trip you will never forget.
Let us suggest outings for your family, so you can all have a fantastic day together, and learn a tremendous amount about our magnificent nature in the process. We can arrange anything – just ask.
Cost: According to the activity. location and number of participants. Contact us for details.
“… Thank you on behalf of my family for an unforgettable experience. Jade (7yrs) and Aaron (4yrs) thoroughly enjoyed themselves and you made their holiday. I hope we to get the opportunity to meet up again this summer.”
Mark Saunders, regarding his family’s MNGS outing, Feb 2008.
” Thank you for an amazing day out in the mountains! We all had a wonderful time and were very impressed at the level of expertise and knowledge our guides displayed – they really love and know an incredible amount about the region, animals and history. I will certainly be in contact with you for another outing this Winter.”
D.Thompson, regarding his group’s Animal Tracking outing, November 2007.