Terms, conditions and insurance

Prices and payment

Half-day or evening

Adults: 30€ 
Childre: 25€
Private group (and groups of 5+) : 150€

Full day

Adults: 45€ 
Children: 40€
Private group (and groups of 5+) : 225
Large private group for full day (groups of more than 9) : 250 €
Minimum of 4 participants (if not privatised).
Method of payment: this can either be in cash, cheque, or by bank transfer.
Please contact me for details and options.
Please find below the activities and excursions proposed by Gareth

Terms and conditions

When making a booking, all clients should confirm they have read the kit list and ensure that they have insurance at the time of coming on a trip.

I can take no responsibility for clients who come poorly equipped or who choose to ignore the advice given on these pages. While I have a professional responsibility and a duty of care towards my clients, everyone booking a holiday should be aware that trekking in the mountains is a hazardous activity and approach the trips in a responsible manner.

I will adapt the trip to your needs but I may also have to make adjustments to itineraries for safety reasons. The mountain environment is forever changing and it is the guide's job to make these decisions for your safety.

All fees must be paid in advance of the route and in no way will route changes signify an alteration in price (please consult this page for prices and options for payment). However, a full refund will be made if the route has to be cancelled due to illness or extreme weather and if no alternative “bad weather route” or replacement guide can be found.


Mountain Rescue is not always completely free on the continent (though in France, it currently is). I am covered for personal injury and professional liability but you are strongly recommended to obtain your own insurance before heading out. You will need to be covered for trekking activities in Europe.

For UK residents, the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) has excellent mountain holiday insurance policies, for example.
For residents in France, it is best to be insured via the Club Alpin Français
For residents in Spain, we recommend insurance via the Federación Española de Montañismo
We also remind you that it necessary to bring your European Health Card (ask your GP if you don't have one). This is currently free of charge and entitles you to the same health-care rights as local residents when travelling through Europe. However, be careful as (contrary to popular belief) health-care is not 100% free in all EU countries. In France, for example, the state only covers you for 60% to 70% of costs and even local residents will have to take out their own private insurance to cover this. You may also want to make sure this is included in any additional travel insurance you take out.

I remind you that « climbing, hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement » (BMC participation statement).

Gareth Evans

International Mountain Leader in the French Pyrenees
SIRET : 79950775100037
+33 (0)7 81 51 04 60  
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