picto-regle-bleu RULE NO. 1 : Don’t overload yourself

ESSENTIAL OPTIONAL
Waterproof walking boots and a spare pair of socks

Slippers

Pantoufles

A jumper / Wet-weather clothes

A cap or sunhat

Casquettes

Bedding (sleeping bag, rug, etc.)

A blanket

Couverture

Drinks and food for the day*, A few plasters, etc.

Sun cream

Crème solaire

A knife, a length of string, a pocket torch, etc.

A compass

Boussole

A 10-kg backpack for three days is the most you’ll need… don’t forget you will have to carry it

*Places where you can buy something to eat during the tour: Robertville, Malmedy, Stavelot, Coo.


picto-regle-bleu SOME (Good) ADVICE

ESSENTIAL
Respect the Highway Code and the Forestry Code!
It’s not just to conform, it’s also in the general interest…
Respect the work of the farmers! 
If you have to cross a field or pasture, keep close to the hedges or fences…
Always take care!
Whether it’s crossing a road, preventing a forest fire or crossing a marshy area…
Help safeguard the natural environment!
Do not cause any damage, do not pick flowers, fruit, etc., do not drop rot-proof litter, do not make a loud noise, etc.
There is a difference between a hike and a parade.
You will be walking through villages, residential areas, etc.
Please respect the peacefulness of these residential areas.
Any problems ?

Don’t panic … Contact the organiser (phone number will be provided) giving your location (junction number on the last marker or in the road book) and the nature of the problem.

In case of emergency…
We advise you to download the application “112.BE” on your Smartphone first.Download links:

iOS : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/112-be/id1249304307?ls=1&mt=8

Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=be.Nextel.EmergencyApp112

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STAGE START TIMES : BETWEEN 07.30 & 11.00