What to bring

  • 2-4 warm upper body layers ideally woollen or polypro (not cotton)
  • Quick drying trousers or shorts (no jeans)
  • Food and drink for the day
  • Sunglasses
    (essential for Ice Climbing tours, recomended for others),
  • Sunscreen, camera

Medical Information

On check in you will be asked to provide some medical information.  

Please ensure you advise our reservations staff of any previous medical conditions or injuries including (but not limited to):

  • Ankle Injuries
  • Knee Injuries or ACL Damage
  • Joint Replacement
  • Dislocations
  • Neck or Back Injuries
  • Heart Conditions
  • Blood Pressure Medication
  • Diabetes and Asthma.
  • Please note - we are unable to guide pregnant women. 

Clients with a weight of more than 115kg (253.5lb) may be subject to restrictions. Please email for more details.

What not to bring

  • iPods / MP3 players
  • Mobile Phones
  • Passports
  • Wallets
  • Car / Room Keys
  • Selfie Sticks

We supply Quality Equipment

All our visitors and guides are equipped with the best in quality equipment.

  • Breathable Rain Jacket
  • Waterproof over-trousers (if required)
  • Socks and sturdy boots (or you have the option to wear your own hiking boots)
  • Crampons (with small waist bag) for superior glacier grip
  • Woollen hats and gloves (if required)

Simply making sure our clients are as warm and comfortable as possible.