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Photos of the last guided stay

Walking stay from June, 17th to 24th, 2017

 

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Equipment list for an organized stay

The following list is not exhaustive but propose you the main things to take. If you have any questions, call us !

Winter stay

Clothing :
  • Warm clothes,
  • comfortable trousers but not too thick (or tights + over-trousers ),
  • polar jacket,
  • mountain jacket (waterproof windbreaker),
  • cap or hood (take two in case of bad weather),
  • war gloves and/or mitts (be prepared for bad weather),
  • scarf,
  • warm socks,
  • leggings (useful in deep snow),
  • a change of clothes for the evening,
  • a swimming costume/trunks and a towel for the hotel's swimming pool,
  • a pair of over-ankle hiking boots (mandatory - NOT "snow boots" or low-sided shoes) and a pair of shoes for the evening.
Miscellaneous :
  • Sunglasses or snow goggles (very usefull if it snows and if you have eyeglasses),
  • sun cream,
  • a rucksack (30 to 40-litre capacity),
  • a flask of at least 1.5 litres (possibly a vacuum one),
  • personal first aid kit* (double thickness sticking plasters for blisters, disinfectant, dressings, etc.),
  • a survival blanket (it's light, small, cheap but it can be very usefull),
  • needle and thread (just in case),
  • camera,
  • binoculars...

* Many products or drugs are only available on prescription (Doliprane, Bétadine, etc.). Your guide will therefore not be able to give you them, unless so instructed by the SAMU (ambulance and emergency service) in an emergency. So you are advised to bring your own.

Summer stay

Clothing :
  • Trousers suitable for trekking, shorts or Bermuda shorts,
  • mountain jacket (waterproof windbreaker),
  • T-shirts,
  • warm pullover or fleece,
  • cap or hat (to prevent sunstroke),
  • gloves and cap (in case of bad weather),
  • rambler's socks (several pairs),
  • leggings (in case it rains),
  • comfortable evening wear,
  • swimming costume/trunks and a towel for the hotel's swimming pool (for trekking if you have a picnic by the water's edge!),
  • a pair of over-ankle or ankle-length hiking boots (firm ankle support is important) a pair of shoes for the evening.
Miscellaneous :
  • Sunglasses,
  • sun cream,
  • a rucksack (20 to 30-litre capacity),
  • possibly telescopic hiking poles,
  • a flask of at least 1.5 litres (above all for the day when you take the picnic with you),
  • personal first aid kit* (double thickness sticking plasters for blisters, disinfectant, dressings, etc.),
  • a survival blanket (it's light, small, cheap but it can be very usefull),
  • needle and thread (just in case),
  • camera,
  • binoculars...

* Many products or drugs are only available on prescription (Doliprane, Bétadine, etc.). Your guide will therefore not be able to give you them, unless so instructed by the SAMU (ambulance and emergency service) in an emergency. So you are advised to bring your own.