Mountain Climbing trips – French Alps

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The French Alps are located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in the north and Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region in the south. They are home to some of the most emblematic peaks in the Alps including Mont Blanc and La Meije. The most important towns in the French Alps are  Grenoble , Chamonix , Annecy , Chambéry , Evian-les-Bains and Albertville, all which boast great access. Mountain climbing is a top activity in the region, especially during the summer months, and a great way to discover some of the most stunning sights of the Alps.

 

 

 

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Weather

Average winter temperatures are -2°C in January, and average summer temperatures are 17°C in July.

Language

French

Currency

Euro

How to get there

You can fly to Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery, take a train or drive.

Country Code

+33

Best time to visit

For mountain climbing, the best months to visit are June to September.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

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Prarabdh Awasthi
My trip was cancelled one week before the departure😡🤬
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What an incredible experience. Everything went superbly , the guides, organization and the team did a spectacular job.
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Jason Baynes
I was disappointed. I was slower than the rest of the group reaching Tete Rousse, and the guide discouraged me from going to Gouter. I had a slight ankle sprain the day before which slowed my ascent. I recovered 95% the day after. My complaint: when I decided to go for a second guided attempt, at a slower pace, I received no help in securing a guide, or a reservation at Gouter. The online reservation showed fully booked both for Rousse and Gouter. But I know that there were lots of empty bunks at Rousse, and I suspect the same at Gouter. I received sympathy, but only as a formality. Initially I had sought a single dedicated guide, but I was encouraged to join a group. I did not get a choice.I should have known better, I knew my pace would be a bit slower, but I counted on your support and understanding. I got neither. I was on my own with no help.
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Herbert Navarro
 

 

 

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