Hotel or B&B: The most comfortable option for the end of the day. This formula accomodates you in a twin room. An extra charge is required for single rooms.
In a gite or mountain hut: This is the traditional formula in the mountains. Unlike the mountain refuge, the gite is accessible by vehicle. These accommodations have dormitories of varying comfort. Only blankets are provided. The gite offers hot showers; as do some mountain huts, often with a supplement to be added to the personal budget.
Bivouac: To travel freely off the beaten track we provide light and spacious tents for one or two people, with porch and independent entrance for each person. On the bushcraft courses we use tarps as shelter. Sleeping bags are not provided.
Registration is effective, depending on availability, upon receipt of your completed registration form, accompanied by a deposit of:
- 50% of the total amount of the trip, if the registration is made up to 30 days before departure;
- the total amount of the trip, if the registration is made less than 30 days before departure.
You will receive confirmation of your registration and the corresponding invoice mentioning the settlement date of the balance.
The balance must be paid 30 days before departure. In the absence of payment of the balance 30 days before the date of departure, the registration may be canceled.
Small: 3 to 5 kg There is nothing to wear but the business of the day (picnic, water and clothes of the day); you find your luggage every night.
Medieum: 6 to 9 kg The backpack contains your personal belongings for the duration of the stay. So we add a sewn sheet (sleeping liner), spare underwear, a night cloths, a toilet bag and a light flashlight.
Large: 9 to 12 kg We add an extra duvet and roll mat.
Complet: 13 to 18 kg You are in complete autonomy: equipment necessary for the bivouac (tent, mattress, down, stove ...), food and personal belongings.
GREEN: stages with small elevation gain, about 400m per day on foot and 300m with snowshoes. Short duration, 3 to 4 hours of walking, with frequent stops. Accessible to all, an ideal formula to discover the mountains with ease.
BLUE: stages with moderate elevation gain, about 600m per day on foot and 500m with snowshoes. Of medium duration, 4 to 5 hours of walking, with frequent stops. Accessible to most, an ideal formula to discover the mountains.
RED: stages with higher elevation gain, about 800m per day on foot and 600m with snowshoes. Of longer duration, 5 to 6 hours of walking, with less frequent stops. Possible Off-trail or exposed sections. For hikers who have a certain experience in the mountains, or a good physical condition.
BLACK: stages with high elevation gain, beyond 800 m on foot and 600m with snowshoes. Of long duration 6 to 8 hours of walking, with less frequent breaks. Possible Off-trail or exposed sections. For hikers who have experience in the mountains or in good physical condition.