- Summer Weather Dress Code
Dress for the weather: rainy, humid or sunny and wonderful. Wear closed-toe shoes only (no flip flops or open sandals) and wear shorts or long pants.
- Winter Weather Dress Code
Stay away from cotton (jeans, sweatpants) because it will absorb sweat and snow and make you cold. Wool or acrylic socks are better than cotton athletic socks. A bare head and neck account for up to 55 percent of lost heat. Wear a thin hat under our Petzl helmet, neck warmer and your ski goggles if it’s snowing. Think breathability and wind proof: the layer closet to your skin should be made of a wicking material so it will pull moisture (sweat) off your skin and keep you dry. Gloves or mittens – got to have ’em. Inside your winter boots wear 2 layers of socks, thick on top of thin, but don’t limit the circulation in your feet. Snowsuits are available on a first come first serve basis, so bring your winter clothing from home just in case.
Smoking isn’t allowed on the tours.