Moderate / **
5 hours of non-consecutive walking per day
6 Nights in rooms. 5 nights in twin rooms ,1 night in quad room
bags carried by mule or van
Sunday to Saturday
Price : 844 €
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A gorgeous trek on the Tour du Mont Blanc through France, Switzerland and Italy.
Nights in cosy mountain refuges or charming village gîtes.
How to get there
Airport : Geneva
Train station : Chamonix
International mountain leader, full board,
transport to the meeting point
The most popular trekking in the Alps passing through 3 different countries, 3 different cultures. A guided tour in 7 days for discovering 7 different valleys in France, Italy and Switzerland around the highest peak of the Alps (4810m).
We will wander up ancient mule trails through high passes, amazing glaciers, alpine meadows and charming hamlets.
We leave France behind us walking through Col de Balme. Amazing viewpoint on the Mont Blanc range, and its stunning peaks pointing to the sky. We walk down to Trient for our first night in Switzerland.
Two options according to the weather: Bovine taking a trial in balcony dominating the Rhône valley or la fenêtre d'Arpette, more challenging to get to Arpette hamlet.
A quick taxi transfert to La Fouly. We then hike up to the high part of Ferret valley. From le Grand Col Ferret, border with Italy, we'll enjoy the amazing view on Pré-de-Bar and Triolet glaciers and the mythic Grandes Jorasses summit. Short walk down to get to Elena hut.
Spectacular day facing the heart of the Mont-Blanc range on a panoramic trail.
Descent to Courmayeur before walking up to Plan Chécrouit to enter the precious Val Veny. The Mont-Blanc can't be closer!! Glaciers, huge glacial morains and Combal lake are on the menu today.
Once we'll get to Col de la Seigne, We'll be back to France in Vallée des Glaciers where is made one of the best french cheese. Bucolic walk accompanied by the sound of cow bells and the marmots playing around.
This trail leads us to discover Beaufortin, the Tyrol of the French Alps. A travers to Col du Bonhomme and its viewpoint over Beaufortin area then descent in the alpine meadow in Contamines Nature Reserve following the ancient romain road.
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