There will be 30 treasures hidden in Grindelwald this Easter

On Easter Saturday, 26 March 2016, the treasure hunt in Grindelwald is on again. The popular season-ending event "I'm a treasure, get me out of here!" features 30 treasure chests with great prizes that are hidden in a field measuring approximately 80 x 40 metres.

In Grindelwald this Easter, good luck and muscle strength are required on Saturday, 26 March, when the starting signal is heard for the traditional Easter treasure hunt. At the season-ending event "I'm a treasure, get me out of here" , 30 treasure chests with great prizes have been hidden in an area of approximately 80 x 40 metres. The treasure hunt in the snow starts at 11 AM at the Grindelwald-First ski area and lasts until 2:30 PM. The First summit station is the meeting point. The ensuing Season End Party takes place at the Eiger+ Eventplatz in Grindelwald village centre. The festivities with DJ Mike start at 3 PM. Starting at 4:15 PM, the Swiss band Major B ensures a special atmosphere. The awarding of prizes takes place around 5 PM.

A first prize forever
The first prize for the treasure hunters is a Seat Ibiza Entry. For the first time in the event's history, the winner can keep the car forever. Previously, the prize had to be returned after one year. The Seat Ibiza Entry is sponsored by AMAG Thun and First Railway. Other prizes with a total value of CHF 30,000 are hidden in the treasure chests. If you're lucky, you could get your hands on 2 x season passes for the Jungfrau Ski Region, an iPad, a pair of Stöckli skis, or 2 x tickets for the SnowpenAir 2016 concert in February, which is already sold out. In the ensuing raffle, all participants who did not find a treasure chest will have another chance to win a prize. In addition, the participant with the nicest and funniest costume will receive a special price. A jury consisting of organisers and sponsors will do the judging.

Only a few starting places left
Many treasure hunters have already registered for the event. Registration for the remaining free starting places is possible until 24 March 2016, 5 PM at www.jungfrau.ch/schatzsuche. Registrations will be accepted on location until 10:45 AM on the day of the event. Participation is free of charge and limited to a maximum of 750 persons. Young people 14 years and older (born in 2002 or later) can participate in the treasure hunt. Children 4 years and older (born between 2003 and 2011) may only participate if accompanied by a legal guardian. For reasons of safety, children born between 2012 and 2016 may not participate. A Sportpass or mountain railway ticket is required to reach the Grindelwald-First ski area. The programme is subject to change due to current weather and snow conditions.

For more information and registration: www.jungfrau.ch/schatzsuche