June 9.-15. 2019

A refreshing week for body, soul and spirit! 

What to expect

All of us are going through different seasons in our lives; sometimes it feels like we’ve just reached the top of a mountain, and at other times we may be deep down in the valley losing our focus and purpose. This week is for anyone who loves the great outdoors, has an open mind and heart and wanting to grow deeper in their personal relationship with God. We want this week to be an encouraging and challenging timeout and let God bring new perspectives into our lives.

Exciting outdoor activities like, hiking, climbing, high ropes course, kayaking, and sightseeing historical villages will fill our days! You don’t need to be overly fit, however, it will be helpful if you can manage a 3-4 hour hike. Since not everybody is into the more adventurous activities, a two day white water kayaking beginner course and a rock climbing day will be offered optionally.

After breakfast, we will usually start our days off by focusing on God’s word with Satish John from the Torchbearers center in Dehradun, India. Together we want to reflect on how people in the bible dealt with ups and downs in their lives. Satish will help us to see how God changes perspectives, especially in times of deep distress and trials! He is certainly no stranger to both of these circumstances, and will also hear many encouraging personal stories of God’s leading and provision in his adventurous life.

The evenings will always be relaxed with enjoying the fellowship, singing, playing games and reflecting on some epic experiences we’ve had!

The camp will be in english and german, although it will be essential that you do understand english fairly well.




We will be a group of maximum 16 people and everyone is sharing a bed room with 3-5 others. Sharing life aside from the daily programs, including cooking meals in smaller teams, will also be an essential part of our experience together, so come prepared 😉


Lukas Brunner

Lukas Brunner


  • Host and Camp Leader
  • Born 1974 and living in Lavin
  • Married and father of three daughter
  • Self-employed Guitar Builder and Carpenter
  • Studied at Capernwray Harbour Bible School with his wife 1999-2000
  • Youthworker for many years
  • Loves craftsmanship and the adventure
Satish John

Satish John


  • Guest Speaker for the week
  • Born 1964
  • Widower, father of one daughter
  • Studied theology , philosophy, political science, personal Management , Social science etc.
  • Director of the Torchbearer Centre in Dehradun, India 
  • Speaker at international conferences and bible colleges 
  • Big heart for people in need and just to serve others
Chris Jacobs

Chris Jacobs


  • Co-Leader for the Camp 
  • born 1984 in South Africa
  • single
  • Studied Theology and Business Project Management
  • Aircraft Sales Professional and Pilot for small planes
  • currently working with Lukas at Brunner Guitars
  • Loves running and the great outdoors

Beginning and End

Start: Sunday June 9th, 6pm with dinner, arrival possible after 4pm in the afternoon
End: Saturday June 15th, morning 11am

Getting here

The Chasa Perspectiva is only a one minute walk from the train station in Lavin! If you plan to travel by car here’s the plan your trip

What to bring

Cloths for all weather conditions, hiking boots and house shoes


Insurance is the responsibility of the participant


Accommodation and Meals:  CHF 350.- including all meals and tourist tax

Additional optional costs: 

-Two days white water kayaking beginner course:  CHF 150.-
-Entrance ticket for the historical castle Schloss Tarasp:  CHF 25.-
-Possible extra train rides:  CHF 20-60.- (usually we‘re traveling with cars and vans)

We will get back to you with further detailed informations as soon as possible after receiving your application. Please don’t hesitate to send us an email or call us if you have any further questions before submitting the application.

Registration for the Peaks & Valley Camp

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