Tour du Mont Blanc

Summary

One of the most well-known and spectacular trekkings in Europe, there are 11 days covering 172 km that surround the Mont Blanc massif, tracing paths with forests, rocks, glaciers, ancient villages within France, Switzerland, and Italy.

No technical challenges, but with long daily walks and varied terrains, excellent for those who want to enter the world of long-term trekking.

 

Typical of a mountainous region – hot during the day and cold at night – the temperature drops considerably without becoming negative. There is a possibility of sparse summer rains. It is possible in some sections to walk only in shorts and a shirt.

 

Difficulty:

physics: difficult

technique: difficult

Accommodation

• Hotels for trekkers and refugees

Schedule

Day 1: departure from Brazil to Geneva, Switzerland

Day 2: arrival until 12 noon at Geneva airport and transfer to Chamonix, France

Day 3: purchase of equipment and tour of the city of Chamonix

Day 4: transfer to Les Houches and trekking to Les Contamines, 19km (6h)

Day 5: trekking to Les Chapeaux, 19km (8h)

Day 6: trekking to Refúgio Elisabetta, 16km (5h)

Day 7: trekking to Courmayeur, 18km (6h)

Day 8: rest in Courmayeur and city tour

Day 9: trekking to La Fouly, 21km (8h)

Day 10: trekking to Champex, 16km (6h)

Day 11: trekking to Trient, 17km (6h)

Day 12: trekking to Argentiere, 16km (6h)

Day 13: trekking to Bellachat refuge, 21km (8h)

Day 14: trekking to Les Rouches, 16km (6h) and transfer to Chamonix

Day 15: travel to Geneva and departure to Brazil

Day 16: arrival in Brazil

What is included?

• 24h guide with deep experience in outdoor adventures in remote areas

• Internal transport

• Accommodation with breakfast in Chamonix and breakfast and dinner in the refugees

• 2 dry-fit shirts Latitude 51

• Adventure and safety equipment

• GPS tracker with the daily transmission of the group’s geographical position to a family member indicated by the client

What is not included?

• Flights

• Adventure insurance (mandatory)

• Drinks

• Meals outside the refuges and trail snacks

• Individual equipment

Individual equipments

• Documents (passport, credit card, travel insurance policy)

• 60-liter attack backpack for trekking

• Windbreaker / Anorak

• Waterproof pants

• Waterproof hiking boot (Goretex)

• Dry shirts

• Medium fleece

• Trekking pants

• Slipper

• Socks for trekking

• Hat with ear protection

• Medium gloves

• Buff

• Sunglasses

• Sunscreen and lip balm

• Underwear

• Swimsuit

• Hygiene equipment

• Microfiber towel

• Headlamp (extra batteries)

• Switchblade

• Medicines and first aid

• Camera/charger

• Waterproof bag for documents

• Plastic bag for dirty clothes