IASC 2018 will be held at Jugendherberge Eifelsteig in Gerolstein, Germany. The youth hostel is situated at the border of the town, inside a residential area surrounded by fields and forest. The building is equipped with various conference and work rooms, with place for about 15 and up to 100 persons. Full conference equipment is available like a beamer, a overheadprojector, TV and DVD, music equipment, wifi and also a copy and fax service. The outdoor facilities include lots of lawn area with some sports facilities, a children’s playground, a barbecue area and a fireplace – so very important for heathen gatherings.

The sleeping rooms have mostly bunk beds, with some single beds, full equipped with blankets and also sheets. A few rooms have their own bathroom. All other have common bath and shower rooms. For parents it will be interesting to know that the youth hostel offers baby beds, highchairs, baby monitors, changing mat and changing pail, a children’s toilet seat and a bottle warmer.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in a large dining room. Breakfast offers different sorts of bread and buns, choice of sausage and cheese, various jams, honey and nut nougat cream, breakfast cereals, cottage cheese or yogurt, fresh fruit and vegetables, milk, coffee, cocoa and tea. The lunch consists of a three-course meal with a large salad buffet. Dinner has a warm component, bread, a sausage and cheese selection and a large salad buffet. Of course the kitchen is prepared for food intolerances and habits, which can be indicated in the booking-form.

The hostel has its own cafeteria – so we will never have any coffee problems. Furher there is a reception with a little shop with souvenirs and leisure stuff.

A little more concrete: for IASC 2018 we have 144 places available indoors for the whole week, and a few more depending on the day. Outdoors is place for some tents and also a few pitches for motor-homes with electricity.

In Gerolstein itself there are hotels and guest houses for those who want to have a little bit more luxury or simply put more value on personal space, for which there will be day tickets available. A short stay is also possible, although, as always those who will stay the whole week have priority.

 

Enrolment
New this year are the solidarity prices. The estimated children reductions from the youth hostel was not according to our wishes.  We are offering free tickets for children up to 8 and reduced prices for children 9 to 16. We have to pay for them, though. To make this possible, there are solidarity tickets that can be purchased voluntarily. Nobody is obliged to buy these and there are no privileges if you decide to do so, but we do encourage everyone who is capable to do so. Click here to enroll.

 

Prices for IASC 2018

All prices include lodging (in the hostel or in your own tent/caravan/mobile home on the grounds of the hostel), full access to all regular facilities of the hostel, 3 meals a day (breakfast buffet, lunch, dinner) including warm or cold beverages appropriate to the meal, and access to all activities taking place at IASC 2018. The prices for rooms in the hostel include getting linen (sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers).

We point out that there may be some activities on-site that raise extra fees (i.e. bus excursions, workshops that require certain materials etc.) but most of the activities will be free.


Regular:

Lodging in the youth hostel, combined rooms with bunk beds (4 to 6 persons). Ideal for families and small groups of friends.

Duration Age Standard price Solidarity price
IASC complete 7 days Adult (16+) 230,00 € 265,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 9 to 16 115,00 € 135,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 20,00 €
IASC single day Adult (16+) 34,00 € 37,00 €
IASC single day Child 9 to 16 17,00 € 20,00 €
IASC single day Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 15,00 €

 

Two-bed-room:
Lodging in hostel, separate room, partly with shower and toilet per room.

Duration Age Standard price Solidarity price
IASC complete 7 days Adult (16+) 270,00 € 300,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 9 to 16 135,00 € 150,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 35,00 €
IASC single day Adult (16+) 39,00 € 42,00 €
IASC single day Child 9 to 16 20,00 € 23,00 €
IASC single day Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 18,00 €

 

Tent/mobile home:
There is a space to set up your tent and a limited number of slots for mobile homes.
For mobile homes you can get electricity at a rate of 5 € per day on site.

Duration Age Standard price Solidarity price
IASC complete 7 days Adult (16+) 200,00 € 235,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 9 to 16 100,00 € 120,00 €
IASC complete 7 days Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 20,00 €
IASC single day Adult (16+) 29,00 € 32,00 €
IASC single day Child 9 to 16 15,00 € 18,00 €
IASC single day Child 0 to 8 0,00 € 12,00 €

 

Click here to enroll

 

Terms and conditions, cancellation and refund policy

Terms and conditions

1) International Asatru Summer camp (IASC) is a non-profit, non-commercial event that is privately carried and hosted by the Asatru-EU Network (AEUN).

2) Asatru-EU Network is in no way a legal body but rather an informal network. This implicitly means that registration for IASC is not a legally valid contract between the registrant and AEUN but rather an informal and private agreement. The registration includes no warranties and no liabilities on behalf of AEUN.

3) Financial transactions concerning IASC are handled by Haimo Grebenstein, Königstein, Germany, e-mail: <haimo@grebenstein.net>
Mr. Grebenstein is appointed to this task by Asatru-Eu Network (AEUN). Therefore, Mr. Grebenstein is not a contractor for IASC and is not liable to registrants of IASC, either.

4) The Code of Conduct is binding for all registrants.

5) Registrations are only valid when confirmed by email and having paid the down payment. They are treated as applications as long as the final payment has not been made.
Down payments will be 30% of the total amount of the registration after it is confirmed by the staff. If a registration is altered after the down payment has been made, the amount of the down payment is not affected.

6) Down payments are due within 3 weeks after notification by the booking committee. Final payments are due June 18th, 2018, except for late registrations after that date. For late registrations, the full amount is due immediately after notification.

7) Since there are limited capacities, not all applications for 2-bed-rooms or other lodging facilities may be fulfilled. The booking committee will contact you if your application cannot be met. If negotiations fail and you cancel your reservation due to that, there will be a full refund of the complete amount paid so far, regardless of the date.

8) If a shortage of desired lodging facilities occurs, the booking committee will assign the facilities according to the following order:
– duration of stay – registrations for the full week will be favoured
– age/health conditions – elderly and handicapped persons will be favoured
– date of registration – first come, first serve

Cancellations

9) Cancellation of registrations is possible at any time without giving a reason. Cancellation can be done either
– here in the booking frontend – edit your registration and select cancellation
– or by mail to <booking@asatru-summercamp.org> referring to the registration ID.

Refunds

10) Refunding of already paid amounts:
– up to May 15th, 2018 all so far paid down payments or fees will be fully refunded except for a handling fee of 10,00 € per reservation (not per person) when cancelled.
– up to July 10th, 2018 all so far paid down payments or fees will be refunded 50% of the total registration fee.
– after July 10th, 2018, there will be no more refunds.

11) If registrants cannot take advantage of the reservation they made and have paid for after the camp has started on July 28th, 2018, there will be no refund of any sort. It does not matter if the reasons for that are based on their individual status or if they have been expelled from the camp by decision of the IASC Council.

 

IASC Code of Conduct and IASC Council

The International Asatru Summer Camp (IASC) has the aim of bringing together Asatruar for the furthering of understanding between Asatruar, the knowledge of the different aspects and practices of Asatru and hence expanding our horizon on Asatru today.

As a participant at IASC you commit yourself to comply with the IASC Code of Conduct.

1.) Each participant at IASC is expected to treat the other participants with respect and to conduct him- or herself honourably.

2.) Racist or discriminatory conduct, and more generally: causing a nuisance at IASC for other participants and/or the area wherein IASC is held, will lead to the expulsion from IASC of the person(s) concerned.

3.) The IASC Council reserves the right to exclude individuals or groups, of which it has reason to suspect that they might not comply with this code of conduct or otherwise threaten to upset the frithgarth of IASC.

4.) The organizations involved in setting up IASC cannot be held responsible for the acts and/or deeds of individual participants at IASC. IASC and its organizers carry no collective responsibility. They are also not responsible for damage arising during the IASC and inflicted on persons or personal property.

5.) Please note that due to German law indoor smoking is prohibited.

6.) Pets are not allowed within the hostel buildings. On the hostel grounds they have to be kept on a leash.

7.) All problems and violations within the Code of Conduct will be taken care of by the IASC Council.


The IASC Council

The IASC Council consists of one representative from each of the organizing organizations.

The sole purpose of this council is to take care of all disputes that may arise within the terms defined in the Code of Conduct, and to take care of other disputes that may arise amongst participants if these disputes in any way could hamper the camp, before, during or after. If a dispute arises the council will assemble immediately. The decisions of the IASC Council are final.

The IASC Council will also take care of other disputes that may arise amongst participants if these disputes in any way could hamper the camp. If a dispute arises the Council will assemble immediately.

Things brought before the council will be taken care of by the following procedure:

1.) The people involved in the matter are entitled to tell their version of the matter to the Council. They speak one at the time and may not be interrupted.

2.) The members of the council may then ask questions to the case.

3.) The Council will then retire and find a solution to the matter.

4.) The solution will be announced through a spokesperson elected by the council.

The decisions of the IASC Council are final.

Failure to comply with the decisions of the ouncil will result in immediate expulsure from IASC.