|Prepare for your visit|
Here is some useful advice for all, whether you are coming to visit the temple, to attend a conference, or to participate in a retreat.
Lerab Ling is at an altitude of 800 metres, and the weather here is quite different from that in Lodève or Montpellier. It can be very cold and rainy all year round, even when the weather in the lower valleys is good, and it can also be very hot in summer: so, please bring appropriate clothing.
The temple and other buildings are situated on the side of a hill, and the terrain is uneven in places. If you have difficulty with mobility, you may wish to bring walking sticks or a cane. For on-site ‘taxi’ service, click on ‘Handicapped Access’ in the column to the right.
Basic Lerab Ling Rules
Lerab Ling is a centre for the study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism. To maintain an environment of prayer and study for all participants, we request that everyone adhere to the following few rules:
Photos may be taken outside of the temple, but photography is not permitted inside.
To prepare for your visit you may wish to read The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, by Sogyal Rinpoche.
Lerab Ling and/or La Source can not be held liable for any loss, theft, or damage to your personal effects that might occur anywhere on the Lerab Ling site.