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Internationale groepsreis Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

Trek the classic 'Haute Route' from France to Switzerland
15 dagen vanaf € 2.225,- (excl. vlucht)

Activities

  • Guided Group
  • Food

    • All breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 12 dinners are included in this trip. On eight nights we take our evening meal in camp and on four nights we take our evening meal in a nearby local restaurant or it is prepared for us by the hut or inn. The restaurant and hut/inn meals, which are prepared for us, 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. On free days 9 and 14 dinner is not included and needs to be bought locally. Please note that should the times of flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals will not be included. Please also note that 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, jam when in camp or in mountain huts; and coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, bread and jam when in mountain inns. Lunch: 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 the evening meal will usually include a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course with one or two vegetables, rice or pasta, followed by a dessert course. Beer, wine, other drinks, bottled water, coffee or tea 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 having been bought by the driver during the day. 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 providing 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

    • Adult Group
    • Accom: camping
    • Accom: hotel/lodge
    • Trek: point-to-point
    • Walking & Trekking
    • Food

      • All breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 12 dinners are included in this trip. On eight nights we take our evening meal in camp and on four nights we take our evening meal in a nearby local restaurant or it is prepared for us by the hut or inn. The restaurant and hut/inn meals, which are prepared for us, 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. On free days 9 and 14 dinner is not included and needs to be bought locally. Please note that should the times of flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals will not be included. Please also note that 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, jam when in camp or in mountain huts; and coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, bread and jam when in mountain inns. Lunch: 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 the evening meal will usually include a first course of soup, salad or charcuterie, a main course with one or two vegetables, rice or pasta, followed by a dessert course. Beer, wine, other drinks, bottled water, coffee or tea 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 having been bought by the driver during the day. 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 providing 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.
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      15 dagen vanaf € 2.225,-

Route 15 daagse rondreis Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

The Haute Route is one of Europe's best known long distance ski-touring routes; running roughly parallel is a spectacular summer trek from Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn. Covering approximately 100km, it links the valleys of the Haute Savoie in France to the Swiss Valais. Following our guide (IML),our tour passes beneath ten of the twelve highest mountains in the Alps. Walking through a landscape scattered with glistening glacial lakes and lush, undulating valleys by day whilst sleeping in remote alpine huts and under canvas by night.

  1. Dag 1 - Start at Les Bossons, near Chamonix.
  2. Dag 2 - Free day in the Chamonix Valley.
  3. Dag 3 - The trail contours high in the valley before descending to Les Frasserands.
  4. Dag 4 - Cross Col de Balme to Switzerland.
  5. Dag 5 - Over Fenetre d'Arpette to Champex.
  6. Dag 6 - From Champex the trail leads to Verbier and on to Cabane Mont Fort.
  7. Dag 7 - Cross the highest pass of the route, Col Prafleuri (2965m). Views of Rhone Valley, Mont Blanc, the Grand Combin and the Matterhorn.
  8. Dag 8 - Long walking day; overnight at Les Hauderes.
  9. Dag 9 - Static Day
  10. Dag 10 - Past Lac Moiry to the picture-postcard village of Grimentz.
  11. Dag 11 - Longest walking day with excellent views of the Weisshorn.
  12. Dag 12 - Join Zermatt Valley; descend to Jungu and St Niklaus, train to Randa.
  13. Dag 13 - Join the Europaweg, a high-level balcony path that contours along the valley towards Zermatt.
  14. Dag 14 - Optional trip to Zermatt.
  15. Dag 15 - End Randa.
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