• Trip duration
    3 days
  • Trip level
    Intermediate
  • Max people per guide
    6 people
  • Mountain range
    Alps
  • Best period
    May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Description

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.

And if you are thinking about a more relaxed trip, not too demanding, please check my Hike to Lacs de Fenêtres in the Valais or my Hiking around Mount Matterhorn.

Price per person

1 Person1275CHF
Group of 2638CHF
Group of 3425CHF
Group of 4319CHF
Group of 5255CHF
Group of 6213CHF

Price includes

  • Guiding fee

Other details

Skill level required

Beginner

Fitness level required

Occasional

Meeting point

Chamonix or anywhere else, based on your accommodation.

Accommodation

I can recommend some hotels in Chamonix.

More info

Let me know if you would like to do trail running in Switzerland.

LIGHT BACKPACK
- 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

TO CARRY
- 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