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Climb the tallest mountain in Western Europe!

Summit an iconic peak located in one of the world’s top destinations for outdoor adventures.

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FAQs: Mountain Climbing in Mont Blanc

What should I know about Mountain Climbing Mont Blanc?

Located in France near the country’s border with Italy, the Mont Blanc massif crowns one of the world’s top alpine playgrounds. With a first recorded summit in 1786, climbing Mont Blanc is a rite of passage for the many climbers that seek to summit the tallest mountain in the Alps (4,810 meters / 15,781 feet). While a tough climb that requires solid physical fitness and technical skills, climbers don’t have to be expert mountaineers to tackle the one of the popular routes to the summit.

Why should I choose Mont Blanc for my Mountain Climbing adventure?

Classic mountaineering objective

Mont Blanc is one of the top peaks for climbers in Western Europe. Accessible from France’s legendary Chamonix Valley, it is a storied peak that has long attracted mountaineers from around the world.

Hut-to-hut climbing

The slopes of the Mont Blanc are covered by an extensive network of mountain huts and refuges so that you don’t have to worry about carrying your own food or shelter. Because huts fill up quickly during the peak climbing season, book early to reserve your spot in these lively hubs of activity.

Training ground for intermediate climbers

While Mont Blanc is a tough climb suitable for those with some previous mountaineering experience, it is also a great place to train and improve your technical skills before heading off to a higher, more challenging peak.

What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Mont Blanc?

Mont Blanc is a cold icy mountain all year round. In the summer, the temperature at the summit averages -5 to -10 degrees celsius. High winds and poor visibility can also be an issue high up on the mountain.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Mont Blanc region?

French, although many guides speak English or other languages

What currency is accepted around Mont Blanc?

Euro

How many days should I allocate for my Mont Blanc Mountain Climbing experience?

Trips usually last 2-5 days. Longer trips frequently allow for training and acclimatization climbs, while shorter trips are suitable for experienced mountaineers who are already acclimatized.

What's the country code for the Mont Blanc region?

+33

Best time to climb

High season is from June to September, with a peak season in July and August.

What people are saying about Mountain Climbing | Mont Blanc

Caroline

5.00

Gigio was a fantastic guide and extremely graceful!! His knowledge of the mountain was superb and he did a great job making me feel comfortable throughout the ascent. Overall the experience was exactly what I was hoping for thanks to Gigio!

Alex

5.00

Although last minute, Explore-Share we able to guide me to a company who provided a fantastic guide to achieve our goal of summiting Mont Blanc last week. Good communication and quick responses - they did a great job!

Daniel

5.00

Had a amazing experience with Carlos! He fit lots into a 4 day trip, including multi-pitch rock climbing, mixed climbing, glacier traverse and a 4000m peak. Carlos is well connected in Chamonix and made the trip very easy by taking care of the logistics. He kept me motivated and had a fantastic personality the whole time! Can't wait to climb with him again!

Frazer

5.00

We found Kyriakos to be thorough, professional, even tempered and completely trustworthy. At no point did we notice unnecessary risk or exposure and Kyriakos’s professional manner shone through at all times. We would definately consider using his services again in the future. Frazer Gillespie (Inverness, Scotland).

Joe

5.00

Carlos is a fantastic guide - he has over 20 years experience in the mountains and the right attitude: safety first, then enjoyment. His excellent local knowledge of the routes meant we could adapt to the weather and conditions. He also has the mix of being an excellent alpinist but also loving the scenery and wildlife. We had an incredible experience that we will never forget! This 3 day trip is a great option as you have a 'training day' to help acclimatise, refresh skills and come together as a group before your ascent! explore-share is a great platform to connect adventurers with guides and experiences - the chat service allowed us to ask questions first and work out the best dates for us

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