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Mounts Bay Academy is pleased to be offering students the chance to take part in a multi-activity adventure trip to Les Orres in the French Alps on 6th- 13th July 2019.
The trip is open to all students and will include return executive coach travel from the school to the resort, full board accommodation and all adventure activities listed below. In addition to the thrilling activities, the trip will provide a perfect opportunity for students to embrace another culture and practice their language skills amongst stunning mountain scenery.
Day 1: Travel from Mounts Bay Academy to the French Alps. Ferry from Dover to Calais.
Day 2: Arrive at destination at 2pm approx. Settle into hotel and arrange rooms. Swim and carry out bike safety test early evening.
Day 3: Rock climbing, Via Ferrata.
Day 4:, Jungle High Ropes, Mountain biking.
Day 5: White water rafting and inflatable swimming course at the beach water park.
Day 6: All day mountain hike.
Day 7: Morning shopping, lunch and depart at 2.30pm.
Day 8: Arrive back at Mounts Bay Academy in the evening
• White Water Rafting
• Via Ferrata
• Jungle High Ropes
• Mountain Biking
• Rando (mountain hike)
• Evening Entertainments
Cost of trip The cost of the trip is £700.00, with initial deposits of £100 being taken by 1st Oct 2018. Instalments of the remainder of the payments will be organised to have payments completed by the end of April 2019. The trip runs in term time and whilst the payment for the trip is voluntary, the trip will not go ahead without full payment.
• Return executive coach travel to the French Alps
• Accommodation at Hotel La Portette, Les Orres with full board
• All adventure activities
• Evening entertainments
• Comprehensive travel insurance
This trip is being booked with ElementalUK who are a specialist school tour operator, based in Falmouth.
Places on the trip are limited. If you would like to reserve a place, please contact Mr Veal, firstname.lastname@example.org. The trip will be confirmed once we have enough students with deposits taken to go ahead.