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Internationale groepsreis Mont Blanc Ascent

Climb Western Europe's highest peak in France

Food

  • All breakfasts, 6 lunches (picnic / snack style), and 7 evening meals are included. Lunch is not included on day 1 or day 8. Please also note that no refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. Typical meals Breakfast: coffee, tea, hot chocolate, French bread, jam, and cereals. Lunch: sandwiches of cold meats, cheese, or sometimes tinned fish. Cakes, chocolate and energy bars. Evening meal: first course of soup or salad or charcuterie, a main course with one or two vegetables, rice or pasta, and a dessert. Beer, wine, coffee or tea, bottled water and other drinks are not included. Vegetarians: In France, 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. Please note mountain hut meals will be more basic that the chalet meals listed above.
  • All breakfasts, 6 lunches (picnic / snack style), and 7 evening meals are included. Lunch is not included on day 1 or day 8. Please also note that no refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. Typical meals Breakfast: coffee, tea, hot chocolate, French bread, jam, and cereals. Lunch: sandwiches of cold meats, cheese, or sometimes tinned fish. Cakes, chocolate and energy bars. Evening meal: first course of soup or salad or charcuterie, a main course with one or two vegetables, rice or pasta, and a dessert. Beer, wine, coffee or tea, bottled water and other drinks are not included. Vegetarians: In France, 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. Please note mountain hut meals will be more basic that the chalet meals listed above.

Activities

  • Guided Group
  • Accom: hotel/lodge
  • Serious adventure
  • Trek: summits
  • Walking & Trekking

Route 8 daagse rondreis Mont Blanc Ascent

In the Mont Blanc massif there is one giant which stands alone amongst a myriad of snow-capped peaks. Looming over the climbing mecca of Chamonix, the majesty of Mont Blanc has captivated climbers for centuries and calls all would-be explorers to join them atop of Western Europe’s highest peak. Attempted over three days, our itinerary is designed to give you the very best chance of reaching the summit, following either the Gouter or Cosmiques route, depending on departure date. During the expedition the rewarding peak of Tete Blanche will also usually be climbed, teaching snow and ice techniques, building your confidence and helping with acclimatisation.

  1. Dag 1 - Start Chamonix; equipment hire and briefing.
  2. Dag 2 - Walk to Albert Premier refuge (2702m); afternoon snow and ice skills training on Glacier du Tour.
  3. Dag 3 - Possible ascent of Tête Blanche (3422m) and across the Col Supérieur du Tour to Trient refuge.
  4. Dag 4 - Climb the Col du Midi des Grands (3523m), descend to village of Le Tour then back to Chamonix.
  5. Dag 5 - Ascend by cable-car and train to Nid d'Aigle (2372 m); steady walk to Tête Rousse refuge (3167m).
  6. Dag 6 - Cross the 'Grand Couloir' then scramble on a steep arête to arrive at Goûter refuge (3817m).
  7. Dag 7 - Climb via Dôme du Goûter (4304m) and Les Bosses ridge to the summit (4810m); long descent to Chamonix.
  8. Dag 8 - End Chamonix.
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