GOOD TO REMEMBER:
For safety reasons, make sure – before you go in the mountains – to inform the tourist office about your planned route. This way, in the case of an emergency, they know where you are. This is important as the locals know the area and the rescue services best. Trust their advice.
What else to bring?
First aid kit with medicine Blister, sunscreen, and emergency rockets as well as a whistle, knife, Astro / rescue blanket, toilet paper, and sewing gear are mandatory. Mosquito nets and mosquito repellant. A notebook and pencil for a diary can be useful. steel wire and a small pair of pliers will come in handy for repairs. A nylon rope as a lifeline when wading is also a good idea. A pair of binoculars is nice but not necessary and a mobile phone is good if the battery will last throughout. Also, take a fishing tackle if your planned route allows you to fish along the way.
All these items are also listed in our packing list above.