Moni wrote:When we went, we stopped off at the tourist bureau in Chamonix and had them call up there. They indicated there would be enough room. We slept under the dining room table on the floor. It will be plenty warm, so just a foam pad will make things more comfy. Don't plan on being able to stretch out much. It's like being packed into a sardine can. Your other option is to stay lower at the Tete Rouse hut - it adds more time to the climb, but you are more likely to get a spot there.
lynsandtone wrote:Diego,Schmid,Moni,Charles and Andre.
Thanks for your advice and experiences. They are all much appreciated and have given me some food for thought. Having carried a tent up to the Aguille de Gouter before I don't really prefer that option and will hopefully get a spot on the hut floor. Either way its not for the longest sleep ever.
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