The self-catering hut offers basic facilities: communal kitchen with wood-burning stove, no gas.
You are expected to respect the premises, clean up after yourself and take your garbage with you.
Please bring your own drinking water.
Water can be drawn from the underground cistern (using the outrigger pump, available 365 days a year); rainwater and snow from the roofs. Use purifying tablets for drinking.
The refuge is located in a National Nature Reserve. Please observe all applicable regulations.
Please note: camping of any kind is forbidden in the Haute Chaîne du Jura. However, camping is tolerated in the immediate vicinity of chalets and refuges open to the public (within a 15-meter radius of the chalet), provided they are fully booked.
Special case of bivouacs (temporary camping without tents): the Prefectoral Order of October 16, 2017 sets out the conditions for the practice of bivouacs within the Nature Reserve. For more information on this subject, please visit the Haute Chaine de Jura National Nature Reserve website.