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Climbing Mont Blanc

Climb the tallest mountain in Western Europe!

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

Top mountain climbing trips | Mont Blanc:


There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Mont Blanc

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.


Good to know:

Country Code





French, although many guides speak English or other languages

Best time to climb

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

How long should I stay?

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 weather like?

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

More info about Mountain Climbing in 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

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