>>1772697>Descend. There aren't mountain police checking up on you, and the rules are most certainly not there to force you into dangerous situations. It's more hassle if you need rescuing then if you break/bend a rule. Top priority is being safe.
What if I'm caught in one during the night for example?>I would buy a loksak. They are basically odour proof (they are used to store medical evidence) and tough. You can fit ~5 days food into the 20x12 one. You can use it to store all your rubbish as well.
Alright, I will bookmark it so I don't forget.>What did they say about hiking? I'm trying to guage when I can go out and not piss off the locals
I don't know about the locals but anyone related to the tourism industry is overly eager to start business again.
By the way, to anyone thinking of doing the TMB, the owners of the Michel Fagot and Les Meandres huts are assholes: the french government passed an ordinance allowing bookings to be pushed back as far as September, the 15th, 2021 and those two are the only ones who have refused to refund my advance deposits AND are unwilling to obey the ordinance.
Found those bad boys on Amazon though.