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Internationale groepsreis Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

Walk the iconic alpine trail through Switzerland, Italy and France
15 dagen vanaf € 2.299,- (excl. vlucht)

Food

  • We provide 8 home cooked 3 course group meals in camp, 14 breakfasts and 10 picnic lunches. 5 group menu meals will be taken in local restaurants and will be payable locally €110 per person. Due to the small size and remoteness of several of these restaurants and for speed when serving a large group these will be set menus. Your leader will collect money for these at the beginning of the trip. If you wish to opt out of these please let them know.Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves.Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. You may wish to bring (or purchase locally), snack bars for an extra energy boost throughout the day.Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course.Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost.Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible.If you take a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip as this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region. We cannot guarantee that the restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet.The feedback we receive for the food we serve is great but please be aware that facilities are limited and practicality forces us to put our efforts in to make one excellent group meal with a vegetarian option. Of course, we will respect allergies but otherwise please don’t expect us to be able to make cook you an a la crate meal to suit your personal tastes.
  • 14 breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 13 dinners are included in the trip. On free days 7, 11, 14 and both transfer days, lunch is not provided. On the free day 7, dinner is also not included and needs to be bought locally. We take our evening meals in camp on eight nights, the other five in nearby local restaurants. The restaurant meals are usually arranged as a 'menu' for the whole group and as they are based on special negotiations made by us represent better value than eating independently. Please note that should the times of flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals will not be included. No refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. *Typical Meals* Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves. Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. You may wish to bring (or purchase locally), snack bars for an extra energy boost throughout the day. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Please be aware that, as this is a camping trek, cooking facilities are necessarily limited. Vegetarians: We do make an effort to cater for vegetarian diets but you should not expect the variety of food that you may have at home. In Europe most hotels and restaurants are not geared up to provide separate vegetarian menus, especially smaller establishments in the mountains. Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible. If you take a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip. As this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region we cannot guarantee that the hotels and restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet.
  • Food is important. We provide 8 home cooked 3 course group meals in camp, 14 breakfasts and 10 picnic lunches. 5 group menu meals will be taken in local restaurants and will be payable locally €110 per person. Due to the small size and remoteness of several of these restaurants and for speed when serving a large group these will be set menus. Your leader will collect money for these at the beginning of the trip. If you wish to opt out of these please let them know. Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves. Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. You may wish to bring (or purchase locally), snack bars for an extra energy boost throughout the day. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible. If you take a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip as this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region. We cannot guarantee that the restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet. The feedback we receive for the food we serve is great but please be aware that facilities are limited and practicality forces us to put our efforts in to make one excellent group meal with a vegetarian option. Of course, we will respect allergies but otherwise please don’t expect us to be able to make cook you an a la crate meal to suit your personal tastes.
  • We provide 8 home cooked 3 course group meals in camp, 14 breakfasts and 10 picnic lunches. 5 group menu meals will be taken in local restaurants and will be payable locally €110 per person. Due to the small size and remoteness of several of these restaurants and for speed when serving a large group these will be set menus. Your leader will collect money for these at the beginning of the trip. If you wish to opt out of these please let them know. Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves. Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. You may wish to bring (or purchase locally), snack bars for an extra energy boost throughout the day. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible. If you take a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip as this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region. We cannot guarantee that the restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet. The feedback we receive for the food we serve is great but please be aware that facilities are limited and practicality forces us to put our efforts in to make one excellent group meal with a vegetarian option. Of course, we will respect allergies but otherwise please don’t expect us to be able to make cook you an a la crate meal to suit your personal tastes.
  • 14 breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 13 dinners are included in the trip. On free days 7, 11, 14 and both transfer days, lunch is not provided. On the free day 7, dinner is also not included and needs to be bought locally. We take our evening meals in camp on eight nights, the other five in nearby local restaurants. The restaurant meals are usually arranged as a 'menu' for the whole group and as they are based on special negotiations made by us represent better value than eating independently. Please note that should the times of flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals will not be included. No refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. *Typical Meals* Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves. Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Please be aware that, as this is a camping trek, cooking facilities are necessarily limited. Vegetarians: We do make an effort to cater for vegetarian diets but you should not expect the variety of food that you may have at home. In Europe most hotels and restaurants are not geared up to provide separate vegetarian menus, especially smaller establishments in the mountains. Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible.

Activities

  • Walking & Trekking
  • Point-to-Point
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  • Food

    • 14 breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 13 dinners are included in the trip. On free days 7, 11, 14 and both transfer days, lunch is not provided. On the free day 7, dinner is also not included and needs to be bought locally. We take our evening meals in camp on eight nights, the other five in nearby local restaurants. The restaurant meals are usually arranged as a 'menu' for the whole group and as they are based on special negotiations made by us represent better value than eating independently. Please note that should the times of flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals will not be included. No refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. *Typical Meals* Breakfast: Will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread, and conserves. Lunch: Picnic style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad vegetables and fresh fruit. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant will consist of a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course of meat with one or two vegetables or rice or pasta and a dessert course. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Please be aware that, as this is a camping trek, cooking facilities are necessarily limited. Vegetarians: We do make an effort to cater for vegetarian diets but you should not expect the variety of food that you may have at home. In Europe most hotels and restaurants are not geared up to provide separate vegetarian menus, especially smaller establishments in the mountains. Vegetarians will usually find that there is little difficulty, as long as they are prepared to be reasonably flexible. If you take a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip. As this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region we cannot guarantee that the hotels and restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet.
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    15 dagen vanaf € 2.299,-

Route 15 daagse groepsrondreis Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

Experience has taught us that 15 days is the perfect duration to fully appreciate this iconic circuit around Mont Blanc - 10 days of trekking complemented by three rest days with a wide choice of activities to try. Led by an experienced International Mountain Leader (IML) the circuit crosses three borders, climbs over six passes, traverses beneath huge glaciers, and meanders through beautiful alpine meadows and picture-book villages. We provide comfortable camping from scenic sites with roomy, modern tents (designed for 3 but only allocated for twin share) and unlimited single tents, mattresses and sleeping bags available to hire. Delicious home cooked food is on the menu when in camp and our baggage is transported between each location by our dedicated camp support leader and van, leaving you free to enjoy the inspiring scenery found only on this classic trek.Exodus run this same trek as a hotel version ‘Tour du Mont Blanc hotel trek’ - Trip Code TWO. If time is limited Exodus run an excellent one-week circuit ‘Mont blanc highlights’ – Trip Code TWN - which tick off some of the best bits with easier shorter days or our ‘Tour du Mont Blanc Week’ that is a little tougher – Trip Code TWP.

  1. Dag 1 - Start at Les Bossons, near Chamonix.
  2. Dag 2 - Follow the Grand Balcon Sud from Chamonix to les Frasserands.
  3. Dag 3 - Cross over Col de Balme to Switzerland and camp at Trient.
  4. Dag 4 - Cross Col de la Forclaz to Champex.
  5. Dag 5 - Head up Val Ferret to La Fouly.
  6. Dag 6 - Climb to Grand Col Ferret, the highest pass of the trek.
  7. Dag 7 - Rest day.
  8. Dag 8 - Climb to Bonatti refuge and traverse high above the spectacular Ferret Valley around Mont de la Saxe to Courmayeur and on to Val Veny.
  9. Dag 9 - Re-enter France across Col de la Seigne and through La Ville des Glaciers to Les Chapieux.
  10. Dag 10 - Climb to Col de la Croix du Bonhomme and contour around to Col du Bonhomme.
  11. Dag 11 - Rest day.
  12. Dag 12 - Cross Col de Tricot and Col de Voza to re-enter Chamonix Valley and descend to village of Les Houches.
  13. Dag 13 - Probably best views of Mont Blanc today on the long ascent to Brevent; descend to Plan Praz.
  14. Dag 14 - Free day at Les Bossons.
  15. Dag 15 - End Les Bossons.
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