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Duration
9 days
Activities
  • self guided walk
Accommodation
  • 8 nights in mountain refuges/gîte-hostels
Meals
  • 8 Dinners
  • 8 Breakfasts

Price

$1570USD

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Overview

Trip Code: MBS

Trip highlights


  • Circumnavigation of Mont Blanc
  • Experiencing the exhilaration of trekking in the European Alps
  • Traversing high passes and walking through three countries
  • Enjoying the culinary specialties such as Raclette
  • Sharing stories with other hikers in the gîtes and mountain refuges

This itinerary circumnavigates Mont Blanc and explores the surrounding alpine region. Faced with picture postcard vistas from every vantage point, the scenery and landscapes that unfold before you are simply remarkable. This trek affords unsurpassed views of the different faces of the Mont Blanc massif along routes that traverse the Balme mountain passage and the highest point on the Tour du Mont Blanc, the Grand Col Ferret at 2537m. You may see Ibex, chamois and other wildlife as you descend through alpine meadows towards charming fairy tale-like villages. Crossing the foothills of the Alps through France, Italy and Switzerland provides an opportunity to encounter the alpine cultures and cuisine unique to these areas and staying in hotels, gîtes and refuges is a great way to soak up the warm hospitality for which this region is renowned.

Trip Grading

moderate to challenging

More info about grading system

Traveller Rating

 

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Leaving from Le Tour in the Chamonix valley, you take the scenic high mountain path of Balme heading towards Switzerland. Weather permitting you will be able to take some wonderful photos of the Mont Blanc chain including the impressive “La Verte”, the Drus and the Needles of Chamonix. You will cross the border between France and Switzerland before making your way down to the village of Trient for overnight accommodation. (9km, +700m/2297ft, -900m/2953ft)

Meals:  D

The “Fenêtre d'Arpette” (2665m) route, which is a variant on the Tour du Mont Blanc is quite challenging. The trail is not as well defined as others but as with many pass crossings, the rewards on a good weather day are the extraordinary views to the Trient Glacier. The descent to Champex is steep though you will have the opportunity to have a hot shower at your gîte. The gentler alternate route via the Bovine Trail is the only option in bad weather. (18.6km, +1400m/4593ft, -100m/328ft or +900m/2953ft, -650m/2132ft)

Meals:  B,D

Although this is most definitely an easier day, it is also one that highlights some amazing natural beauty. Dry meadows, pools of fresh water, herds of cows and wonderful chalets surrounded by flower filled gardens greet us. Swiss village life is all around and whilst the dramatic scenery of previous days is not as apparent, it is a chance to experience the wonderful “Valais des homes”. Overnight in La Fouly. (15km, +500m/1640ft, -600m/1969ft)

Meals:  B,D

The route takes you out of Switzerland and into Italy by the Grand Col Ferret path. The sight of the Pre de Bar glacier is with you all the way as you make your way from the Col to your overnight refuge accommodation. (13km, +900m/2953ft, -900m/2953ft)

Meals:  B,D

Today's walk is quite challenging and takes you into the beautiful Aosta Valley (Val d’Aosta). To begin the path descends to the Val Ferret, following which there are a number of steep ascents and descents before reaching the Refugio Bonatti. From here there are two options to reach Courmayeur – either by the Col Sapin or the main route. As you make your way to Courmayeur you will have the opportunity to taste the renowned and delicious Italian gelato. (20km, +800m/2625ft, -1600m/5249ft)

Meals:  B,D

This is a long and hard day if you intend to walk the full distance. There are options to shorten by taking a bus (cutting out 2 hours) or from around mid July to the end of August you can take a chairlift from Courmayeur (cutting out 700m of the ascent). From the centre of Courmayeur the walk heads steeply up a switchback trail to the Col Checroui. From here you continue the ascent to a steep spur at the top of the valley Veni where the views are spectacular. The descent is quite steep to the relatively flat valley floor. Continue over the Seigne mountain path, which is overhung by limestone pyramids and the Estelette Glacier, until you reach France. The trail then descends across the high mountain pastures to the City of the Glaciers. Today also provides an excellent opportunity to buy Beaufort cheese from the local farmers. (32.5km or 16.1km with transfers / +1800m/5906ft,-1490m/4888ft, or +950m/3117ft, -1004m/3293ft) Note: It is possible to split this day's walk and stay the night near Lake Combal - this option must be requested at the time of booking and will lengthen the trip to 10 days - supplement applies. Please note that luggage transfer will not be available on the split section and you will therefore be required to carry your overnight requirements in your day pack. Therefore day 6 to Lake Combal would involve 4.5-5 hours of walking with 1560m/5118ft ascent and 460m/1510ft descent. The next day you would walk 3.5-4 hours, with 400m ascent and 1000m descent to reach Les Chapieux where your luggage will be waiting for you.

Meals:  B,D

This morning's walk takes you up mountain pastures to the Col de la Croix du Bonhomme (2483m) where there are good views southeast to the peaks of the Vanoise. The trail continues down to the Col du Bonhomme (2329m) and crosses the Contamines Natural Reserve. A sharp descent through a pine forest fringed gorge takes you to an ancient Roman Road and the church of Notre Dame de la Gorge. Continue walking to the Contamines Valley. (14km, +930/3051ft, -1300m/4265ft)

Meals:  B,D

Follow a combination of tracks and trails past Contamines before you ascend to the Col du Tricot (2120m) which forms the divide between the Miage and Bionnasay Valleys. From here you have some spectacular views of limestone cliffs and the pistes below. The descent follows a combination of gravel roads and tracks past some settlements to reach Les Houches. Alternate route via the Col de Voza (4.5hrs, +633m, -646m) (20km, +1318m/4324ft, -1478m/4849ft)

Meals:  B,D

This morning is one of the toughest ascents of the trail, taking you through thick forest from the town of Les Houches right up to the heights of Le Brevent. Enroute there are some sections which are exposed and above the tree line the views of Mont Blanc are more than enough reward for your efforts. Reaching Brevent you can take the cable car down to the centre of Chamonix (not included, allow EUR26 pp). Alternatively, continue along the balcony trail for a further 2 hours to Flégère. This trail is one of our favourites so if you have the energy and the weather is good we highly recommend continuing to Flégère. However it is important to note that the last cablecar returning to the valley is around 4-4:30pm (mid June to early September). The cable car (not included, allow EUR15 pp) from Flégère takes you to Les Praz which is one stop on the train to Chamonix or about a 30 minute walk along the river. Your luggage will be waiting for you at your pre-tour hotel. (17km, +1500m/4921ft)

Meals:  B

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There are options for your walk today. Option 1: From Chamonix centre, walk along the Arve River to Les Praz and the Flegere Telepherique (depending on opening times - allow EUR15 pp for the cablecar). This lift will have you on the Tour du Mont Blanc (TMB) trail. From here you can ascend to Lac Blanc for some of the most impressive views on the trail before you descend to Le Tour. 15.5km +1000m, -800m, 4-5hrs Option 2: Ascend via a switchback trail to Brevent which is a vertical ascent of 1000m (or take the cablecar, allow EUR26 pp) and then continue along the TMB trail to Le Tour. 15.5km +2000m, -1500m, 7-8hrs Overnight in Le Tour.

Meals:  D

Leaving from Le Tour, you take the scenic high mountain path of Balme heading towards Switzerland. Weather permitting you will be able to take some wonderful photos of the Mont Blanc chain including the impressive “La Verte”, the Drus and the Needles of Chamonix. You will cross the border between France and Switzerland before making your way down to the village of Trient and your accommodation. (9km, +700m/2297ft, -900m/2953ft)

Meals:  B,D

The “Fenêtre d'Arpette” (2665m) route, which is a variant on the Tour du Mont Blanc is quite challenging. The trail is not as well defined as others but as with many pass crossings, the rewards on a good weather day are the extraordinary views to the Trient Glacier. The descent to Champex is steep though you will have the opportunity to have a hot shower at your gîte. The gentler alternate route via the Bovine Trail is the only option in bad weather (18.6km, +1400m/4593ft, -100m/328ft or +900m/2953ft, -650m/2132ft)

Meals:  B,D

Although this is most definitely an easier day, it is also one that highlights some amazing natural beauty. Dry meadows, pools of fresh water, herds of cows and wonderful chalets surrounded by flower filled gardens greet us. Swiss village life is all around and whilst the dramatic scenery of previous days is not as apparent, it is a chance to experience the wonderful “Valais des homes”. Overnight in La Fouly. (15km, +500m/1640ft, -600m/1969ft)

Meals:  B,D

The route takes you out of Switzerland and into Italy by the Grand Col Ferret path. The sight of the Pre de Bar glacier is with you all the way as you make your way from the Col to your overnight refuge accommodation. (13km, +900m/2953ft, -900m/2953ft)

Meals:  B,D

Today's walk is quite challenging and takes you into the beautiful Aosta Valley (Val d’Aosta). To begin the path descends to the Val Ferret, following which there are a number of steep ascents and descents before reaching the Refugio Bonatti. From here there are two options to reach Courmayeur – either by the Col Sapin or the main route. In Courmayeur we recommend enjoying a delicious Italian gelato. (20km, +800m/2625ft, -1600m/5249ft)

Meals:  B,D

This is a long and hard day if you intend to walk the full distance. There are options to shorten by taking a bus (cutting out 2 hours) or from around mid July to the end of August you can take a chairlift from Courmayeur (cutting out 700m of the ascent). From the centre of Courmayeur the walk heads steeply up a switchback trail to the Col Checroui. From here you continue the ascent to a steep spur at the top of the valley Veni where the views are spectacular. The descent is quite steep to the relatively flat valley floor. Continue over the Seigne mountain path, which is overhung by limestone pyramids and the Estelette Glacier, until you reach France. The trail then descends across the high mountain pastures to the City of the Glaciers. Today also provides an excellent opportunity to buy Beaufort cheese from the local farmers. (32.5km or 16.1km with transfers, +1800m/5906ft,-1490m/4888ft, or +950m/3117ft, -1004m/3293ft)

Meals:  B,D

This morning's walk takes you up mountain pastures to the Col de la Croix du Bonhomme (2483m) where there are good views southeast to the peaks of the Vanoise. The trail continues down to the Col du Bonhomme (2329m) and crosses the Contamines Natural Reserve. A sharp descent through a pine forest fringed gorge takes you to an ancient Roman Road and the church of Notre Dame de la Gorge. Continue walking to the Contamines Valley. (14km, +930/3051ft, -1300m/4265ft)

Meals:  B,D

Follow a combination of tracks and trails past Contamines before you ascend to the Col du Tricot (2120m) which forms the divide between the Miage and Bionnasay Valleys. From here you have some spectacular views of limestone cliffs and the pistes below. The descent follows a combination of gravel roads and tracks past some settlements to reach Les Houches. Return to your pre-tour hotel where your bags will be waiting from 4pm. Trip concludes Alternate route via the Col de Voza (4.5hrs, +633m, -646m) (20km, +1318m/4324ft, -1478m/4849ft)

Meals:  B,D

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Today is quite a challenge for the first day on the trail but the views, the squeaking sounds of marmots and the fresh mountain air will be more than compensation for the big ascent to the Col du Bonhomme (2329m). From the pass, the view to the Val Montjoie in the north and the Vallon de la Gittaz to the southwest is expansive. Continuing further up you reach the high point of the day, the Col de la Croix du Bonhomme (2483m) before descending through fields of flowers to the Vallee des Glaciers and the small hamlet of Le Chapieux. (18km, +1300m/4265ft, -930m/3051ft)

Meals:  D

The first section of the walk today can be shortened by a shuttle service. Enroute you can purchase some delicious Beaufort Cheese from a local cheese factory. The trail up the Valley of Glaciers is a delight. A switchback trail leads you up to the border between France and Italy, the Col de la Seigne (2516m). In good weather, the view from this pass is incredible with high mountains surrounding and the grand southern face of Mont Blanc beginning to appear. Descend to the Val Veni and your accommodation. (15-16km, +1004m/3295ft, -268m/879ft)

Meals:  B,D

There are a few options for your walk today. We recommend a bus transfer for part of the route, depending on weather conditions and fitness considerations. The first part of the day takes in an incredible balcony trail with close-up views of the glaciers tumbling from the Mont Blanc range. Reaching the town of Courmayeur, you should definitely make the most of some delicious gelato. (18km, +460m/1508ft, -1560m/5117ft)

Meals:  B,D

Today you have a major but scenic crossing to make, with great views over the 'Grandes Jorasses'. Begin by ascending to the flanks of Mont de la Saxe, followed by a steep ascent to a col immediately below the summit of Tete de la Tranche (2584m). From here the southern face of Mont Blanc is quite spectacular. You will pass through the high mountain pastures of Arminal, Malatra and Arnuva, before climbing up to Elena refuge where there are excellent views to the glacier and mountains beyond. (19km, +1700m/5580ft, -1050m/3444ft)

Meals:  B,D

The sight of the Pré de Bar glacier, (a glacier that boasts a perfect tongue formation), is with you all the way as you make your way to the Grand Col Ferret (2537m). The climb is a very rewarding section of the walk. The col marks the border of Switzerland and Italy and the trail becomes wider and more defined on reaching the border. The descent from the pass takes you to the valley floor and eventually to the charming village of La Fouly. (13km, +645m/2115ft, -910m/2985ft)

Meals:  B,D

A delightful day through classic Swiss alpine scenery with no great challenges, except perhaps to feast on delectable cheese during your picnic lunch! Continue past Champex to your overnight Gite. (15km, +420m/1378ft, -565m/1854ft)

Meals:  B,D

Today you can choose between the gentler Alp Bovine route or a challenging ascent of the Fenetre d'Arpette (2665m) via a variant route. This is the highest point of the walk and offers incredible views to the Trient glacier and rocky alpine terrain. However the gentler route is a worthy alternative (and the only option in bad weather), through alpine pastures and with views to Grand Combin. Overnight in the small hamlet of Col de la Forclaz or nearby Trient. (14km, +742m or 1199m/2434ft or 3934ft, -682m or 1139m/2238ft or 3737ft)

Meals:  B,D

A gentler day's walk today with plenty of time to soak in the views and farewell Switzerland as you cross over the Col de Balme (2191m). From the pass it is a steep descent into the ski resort of Le Tour. (12km, +665m/2182ft, -738m/2421ft)

Meals:  B,D

A superb last day on the trail with options to walk all the way to Brevent along the Grand Balcon Sud or finish at Le Flegere. You may also choose to detour to Lac Blanc for one of the classic views of the Mont Blanc region. Return to Chamonix by cablecar, where your trip concludes. (15.5km, +733ft or 1226m/2405ft or 4022ft, -257m/843ft)

Meals:  B


Map

Elevation

The map and elevation chart are for illustrative purposes only and meant to provide general guidelines.
On self guided trips, actual route information provided before departure will be more detailed.


Inclusions

  • 8 breakfasts, 8 dinners (does not include drinks) – continental breakfasts are served and usually consist of breads, jams, coffee, tea and juices. Dinner will consist of 2 or 3 courses which include regional specialties
  • 8 nights accommodation in mountain refuges / gîte hostels on a dormitory share basis. It is possible to upgrade to a double room on 7 out of 8 nights – additional cost applies (only possible for 2 people travelling together).
  • Transfer of luggage between accommodation (maximum 15 kgs - soft duffel style bag only)
  • Information pack including Navigational App and TMB hiking map (1:50,000) per group of 1-4 people* – the route is waymarked. Note: if you wish to purchase an extra map (if you plan to walk separately) please let us know. Full IGN maps (1:25,000) and the Cicerone guidebook can also be purchased from our office.
  • *A group is the people in your booking party who you are travelling with, staying in the same accommodation.

  • Travel to and from the start/end point of your hike
  • Lunches and drinks
  • Items of a personal nature including showers on some nights – tokens available for purchase – allow €2 per shower
  • Storage of luggage - please ensure you pre tour hotel will store luggage before you book
  • Tour guide – this is a self guided walking trip
  • Transfers
  • Travel insurance
  • Public transport including cable cars

Accommodation


Grading

moderate to challenging  

MODERATE to CHALLENGING – GRADE 4 The walking is moderate to challenging (4) grade with daily walks of around 5-9 hours, between 8 and 34 km and maximum ascents of 1800 metres per day (note: on 34 km day between Courmayeur and Les Chapieux, many walkers choose to take a bus to the Val Veni cutting 12km from the days walk, particularly in poor weather). The timing provided in the itinerary is a guide only and is for the walking components only – rest breaks are not included. There are some challenging stages during the walk with steep uphills, descents, and many sections of the trail which require care. The accent is on keeping a steady pace with time to stop and take photos (subject to weather conditions). You will need a good to excellent level of fitness to participate fully in this adventure. It is considered suitable for experienced walkers only. You should also be able to navigate in alpine regions using a map and compass. Whilst the route is very well marked and well trodden, adverse weather conditions may make navigation difficult without reference to a map and compass. Early in the season (June) you may encounter snow on the passes which may be quite deep and alter the grading of the trip to advanced. At any time during summer, weather conditions may be variable and you should be prepared for all conditions including snow, ice, strong sun and extreme winds.


Departure dates

Daily except Sundays from 20 Jun to 20 Sep

Notes

DN1
A minimum of 2 people travelling together is required when booking the room option. Contact our team for more details. Room upgrade may not be possible on all nights and is always subject to availability - it is possible that one night will be in quadshare - no price reduction is available if this occurs.
DN2
This itinerary is indicative only and will depend on accommodation booked. Hours indicated do not include rest stops. The itinerary you will follow will depend on the accommodation you are booked into and you will receive the appropriate details.
DN3
It is possible to split day 6 and stay the night near Lake Combal - this option must be requested at the time of booking and will lengthen the trip to an 10 day trip. Please note that luggage transfer will not be available on the split section and you will therefore be required to carry your overnight requirements on this day. Supplement applies.
DN4
Please ensure you read the downloadable trip notes prior to booking.

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Total Priceper person from

$1570USD

Options & Supplements*
  • Extra night Day 6 supplement - quadshare with breakfast and dinner, no luggage transfer Lac CombalUSD$160
  • 7 nights double / 1 night quad supplementUSD$310
*Prices listed are per person

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