Do you have any questions regarding the Trophée?
Here are our answers!
Participation and administrative formalities
You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driving license.
The registration costs are 17 900 € (26 300 CAD$) per team. Learn more about registration fees.
Find all the information regarding registration fees on the page "Register to the rally".
You can pre-register directly online by downloading the pre-registration document. Once you have filled the document, print it and send it along with the 800€ down payment (cheque, card, money transfer).
You can cancel or postpone the pre-registration in case of cancelation (terms and conditions available).
Our rallies are accessible to all the women and do not require any specific physical training. You only need a strong motivation and to believe in yourself! You are two in this adventure and you can motivate and push each other!
Many potential candidates face the same situation. Do not hesitate to use the social media Facebook, Instagram, Twitter to make your call! You can also contact the organization members who will be able to help you.
A repatriation insurance is mandatory, contact the organization; you can also take out an optional cancelation insurance policy. The staff members will give you all the information you need.
Yes. You will need cash to buy water, lunches and little extras. You will be able to change your euros or dollars in Argentina.
It is not mandatory; you will be able to make all the formalities with your regular license.
If you need solutions, the Trophée Roses des Andes team can give you documents to help you find financing solutions as well as many goods that you can sell (cheichs, t-shirts, scarves, tote bags, pens, etc.).
One of the many solutions is to organize bingos, yard sales, and theme parties. You can also contact the companies around you and find sponsors.
Accommodation and catering during the event
You will sleep in a bivouac (private tents) during the stages of the rally and in 4 or 5 stars hotels during the other nights.
Yes, you must bring a tent and a sleeping bag. Regarding the sleeping bag, make sure it is appropriate for cold mountain nights.
Yes. Accommodation is included in the registration fee (5 nights in 4 or 5 stars hotels and 5 nights in bivouac).
Breakfasts and dinners are included in the fee. Concerning the lunches, you should buy whatever you will need in the departure village.
Physical and athletic preparation
We recommend you to arrive in good shape and good health conditions.
Good energy and strong motivation will be your strongest allies in order to complete this adventure in the best conditions possible.
We drive up progressively. Depending on the stages, the itinerary reaches an altitude between 1300 and 3700 meters above sea level, and even some mountain passes above 4900 meters.
Technical and sanitary equipment
A backpack will be easier to carry than a trolley. Bring also a small backpack for your daily snacks and personal belongings.
Bring comfortable clothes for during the stages, warm nightwear for in bed, light clothes, t-shirts, fleeces, wind-proof jacket, 1 pair of comfortable shoes for the rally, clothes to be kept clean for your stay in Salta.
You must bring a compass per team, a first aid kit, a pocket torch or headlamp, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses.
Each vehicle is equipped with a high technology geolocation device thanks to which you will be able ton contact the organization staff at any time.>> More information
We will be crossing semi desert landscapes, where there is low or no connexion. You will be able to connect to internet in Salta.
Yes, we ask you to carry your Smartphone. Contact your phone company to make sure you have international network or buy an Argentinean SIM card.
Medical certificate is mandatory. You must send it to Désertours at least 60 days before departure, it must be stated that both team members are in condition to participate in a rally at high altitude. The date of issue of the certificate cannot date to over three months before we receive it.
Yes, a medical team will be present 24hours a day.
You must bring a small first aid kit containing what seems important to you: band-aid, aspirin, antiseptic, antidiarrhoeal, etc. You will receive a list before departure.
No vaccines are mandatory.
General organization of the event
The course will be kept secret until the day before departure, it will be announced at the general briefing in Salta.
The average covered distance is around 300 km.
No, speed is not a criterion.
Since 2014, thanks to the Enfants du Désert association, we give our support to the Equinoterapia del Azul Foundation, based in Salta. They use horses as therapeutic partners to help children who suffer from different handicaps.
We also help a boarding school in the village of San Antonio de los Cobres where 60 children live; it is their only opportunity to study in this very remote region. Most of the children can only go back home once or twice a year since they live very far away.
Since 2016 many equipment donations have been made in order to improve their living conditions.
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