If you cannot use our certificate, we accept other certificates with the mention that the participant’s current fitness status “does not present any indication against the practice of competing in a 100km walk”. It has to be dated no more than one year before the trail. Warning, this certificate is mandatory

You must send it individually by email :


  • A backpack
  • A water bottle (or Camelbag) minimum 1.5 litre. Taps will be available at each checkpoint.
  • Food of your choice (cereal bars, dried fruit etc.)
  • At least three mobile phones per team plus if possible spare batteries or chargers
  • A safety vest (yellow or fluorescent orange with reflective strips) for the night walk
  • A headlamp for night walking and a spare set of batteries
  • An emergency kit (one per team); you can find these in supermarkets (usually containing antiseptic spray, precut bandages, elastic tape, adhesive tape, gloves)
  • An emergency blanket
  • Walkers map book (given at Registration on Friday)
  • A GPS per team (distributed before the start).


    • Walking poles. Our partner TSL Outdoor has designed Oxfam poles which are available from the Oxfam shop
    • Several pairs of socks
    • Compression socks
    • Sun protections: hat, cream, glasses
    • Lip balm
    • Toilet paper
    • A microfibre towel
    • A swimsuit (for communal showers) and flip flops (to air your feet at checkpoints).
    • Insect repellent
    • Warm clothing and raining gear including