People per Guide
May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Type of Trip
This 3-day Chamonix trail running training will allow you to run on beautiful Alpine routes to discover this sport, improve your skills or train for next season in the amazing Chamonix surroundings.
I know the Mont Blanc area and its many trails perfectly, since I’ve been competing here for a long time. And I’ll guide you through the most beautiful trails around Chamonix. The views of all the mythical mountains in this valley is wonderful and they will conquer your heart.
This type of training is open to everybody. I will adjust daily distances and altitude changes according to your level and experience. There are many places we can go to: Argentiere village, Mer de Glace and Aiguilles de Chamonix are just some examples!
During these three days I will share my passion for trail running with you. I have many stories to tell you about this trails which I know like the back of my hand.
Please contact me if you feel like doing this 3-day Chamonix trail running training. We’ll discuss about your level and what kind of training you wish.
Price per person
- Guiding fee
What happens if I need to cancel the trip?
If you decide to cancel, you’ll get a 100% refund (minus fees) if the cancellation is notified up to 60 days before the start of the tour, a 75% refund (minus fees) if you cancel between 59 and 30 days before the start of the tour, and a 50% refund if you cancel between 29 and 21 days before the start of the tour. If you cancel less than 21 days before the first day of the tour, you won’t receive a refund. Take into account, however, that if accommodation, flights or transfers were included in the trip you booked, then a different policy may apply as the guide will be bound by the provider’s cancellation policy.
What happens if the guide cancels the trip because of bad weather/unsuitable conditions?
If bad weather or unsuitable conditions force the guide to cancel the trip, he or she will: a) propose a similar activity at a different place where conditions are better, or b) propose to postpone the activity until a later date, or c) cancel. If you refuse option a), our cancellation policy will apply. Please note, however, that the call to cancel a trip due to bad weather can only be made by the guide (not the client).
What happens if the guide doesn’t show up or cancels for personal reasons?
If the guide cancels for reason of injury or other, you will get a 100% refund on your trip.
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- A jacket like Gore-Tex or similar, waterproof and breathable to withstand the bad weather in the mountains
- A high hot long sleeve fleece fur
- A survival blanket, a whistle
- A cap or headband
- A hat and thin gloves in case of bad weather
- Sun glasses suitable for running
- Long tights in case of bad weather
- Some cereal bars and energy drinks
- A plastic bag for waste
- Biodegradable toilet paper
- A minimum of 1.5l water bottle
- A little cash
- A headlamp
- Running shorts
- A short-sleeved shirt
- A long-sleeved shirt in case of bad weather
- A pair of running socks
- The trail shoes already worn
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT ADVISABLE
- A pair of poles
- A camera
About the Guide
UIMLA Mountain Leader and Trail runner
I discovered mountain hiking at a young age with my parents, visiting different refuges in the Alps and in my region. When I was 12 years old I got my first race bike, and a beautiful adventure started where I discovered a fascinating universe. Cycling became a huge passion and I traveled more and more kilometers discovering my region. I increased distances and when I was 16 years old I would take 150-200km trips in the mountain.
At 17, I decided to take a rather crazy challenge: the Tour du Mont-Blanc in 1 day in road bike (320km and 8000m+). I rode a lot during those years and I participated in some cyclosportives during the summer. Trail remained unknown to me. In 2005, I was a volunteer in the UTMB and I thought that all those trailers were a bit crazy. The next years, the CCC was created, and since I was too young to participate I helped my brother.
I decided to start in trail in 2007 with the CCC and I trained only for cycling. The race went quite well and I took a big step towards the race of all races, I planned the UTMB for 2008.
I started to get more and more into trail and to enjoy more and more running in the mountain during the summer. I participated in many trails to get prepared to the UTMB. The initial 60km of the Mont Blanc were a true suffering with gastric problems, but I managed to finish the race. I needed to try it again in 2009 to prove myself. This race was like a dream, and I arrived 27th at Chamonix.
I got more and more invested in this sport, and after the UTMB of course I dreamed of the Grand Raid in the Reunion Island! I ran and arrived 15th in 2010 after an UTMB truncated by bad weather conditions.
But returning from Reunion, I started thinking about a new incredible race: Tor des Géants!
During 2011, because of a professional change, I could dedicate more time to my favourite sport and I could improve a lot during a great season, having been the winner of Tor des Géants, which is considered the hardest on foot endurance test in the world.
Currently, I practice ski-alpinism in winter, and my summers are dedicated to trail, with a lot of bike-trail mixed trainings. The objectifs remain the same, to
go beyond my own limits and to discover the mountains! I can also share my passions by teaching ski in winter and being mountain leader in summer, as well as supervising trail stages around Mont-Blanc or diverse hikes.