It's been a while since I've been to the Pyrenees (2015) and I've never been relatively 'late' in the season. Obviously, all will come down to the weather. Last year I had a heatwave in the Chartreuse mid september & the year before it was snowing in the Ecrins. Technically, the season should last somewhat longer in the Pyrenees since the huts are open longer then most in the Alps (and the fact it's slightly more southern based... or is that just wishful thinking?) Anyway, this is the kit I use for 3 season & beyond. It's pretty tried & true but always open to suggestions, alternatives, add-ons or leave-at-home-because-you-won't-need-thems. There's some new articles that I'd like to try but not really sure if the HRP is the best testing ground. I'm not that ultralight & I don't really weigh my gear. Oops? Backpack SWD Long Haul 40 Z-packs cuben liner Sleeping Tent: MSR Hubba HP Stakes:4 groundhogs, 4 mini groundhogs, 2 ti skewers Quilt: Vaude Alpstein 450 quilt (new) / GramXpert custom eLite quilt with Apex 200 (was a bit chilly with this on the second part of the CWT but then again it was -5°C) Pad: Exped Synmat HL MW Pillow: STS Aeros UL pillow L Clothing worn Hat: Patagonia Duckbill or a Ciele Baselayer: some shirt Shorts: Patagonia baggies Boxers: Saxx Socks: Defeet Aireator (since 2014!) Shoes: Merrel All Out Blaze Aero Sport. Prefer Hoka One One or Altra but these were cheap and fit well. Vibram sole as well Sunglasses Clothing packed Baselayer: Patagonia Thermal weight crew (for sleeping) Fleece: TNF 1/4 100 (added kangaroo-pouch + hood) Windshell: Rab Vital Rainjacket: Colombia Outdry Featherweight Mid layer: MH Ghost Whisperer / Cumulus Incredilite / custom GramXpert Apex 100 jacket (not really sure what to bring here. I think the GW might be too cold) Baselayer: Patagonia thermal weight bottoms (might leave at home in favour of the wind pants? Never thought my legs are cold but been using these on every trip since 2017) Wind pants: As Tucas Millaris Rainpants: Borah Gear (seam taping is coming undone, might swap out for a rain skirt but I don't like the idea of a rain skirt) Spare socks: Defeet Aireator Sleeping socks: some thick Stance socks Might bring a cheap fleece balaclava in case I bring the down quilt Gloves: Powerstretch gloves Kitchen Soto Amicus + 100 gram canister Pot: Evernew 600ml (I just boil water, pot also works to drink tea in the morning) Bamboo spoon Lighter/matches in case piezo fails Victorinox classic Hydration Katadyn Befree 1L plastic bottle Evernew 1.5L soft bottle (for camp mostly) Bathroom Soap Deuce of Spades Toilet paper Hand sanitizer Some meds Ear plugs Sun screen DEET Packtowl that weighs 18 grams (I weighed it, I really did) All packed in a ziploc Navigation Garmin Forerunner 945 (has maps + GPX) Garmin Inreach Mini (also has GPX but mostly used to communicate with GF) A paper map (1:50 000, Carte de Randonnées nr. 3, good for the entire trip) Compass: Suunto A10 Electronics (oooops...) Sony A6000 + Sigma 16mm f1.4 (only taking one prime makes photography a lot simpler) iPhone 8 Earbuds Battery pack: Anker Powercore 10000 Wall plug: Anker 4-port-USB 2 spare batteries for camera + charger Cables: for Inreach, watch & phone (camera uses same cable as Inreach) Flashlight: Fenix LD02 (since 2014!) Spare lithium AAA for flashlight All packed in a ziploc I presume I won't be needing any hardware (ice axe, crampons). Stuff sacks: a STS Ultrasil 18L daypack as foodbag for the day(comes in handy on the train), STS pump bag for the rest of the food and a silnylon 9L stuff sack for the tent. Normally I take a hiking pole but since my shelter doesn't require one and I haven't used poles in the last year, it seems useless taking one. No spare boxershort Suggestions welcome! Thanks in advance.