8-day Mont Blanc trekking tour

Join Jon, an IFMGA certified guide, on this 8-day Mont Blanc trekking tour in the Alps. Your guide will give you a tour of this emblematic mountain!




Trip Duration

8 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

8 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip




    This 8-day Mont Blanc trekking tour is a great option to admire this amazing mountain during summer.

    So I offer you to go all around the Mont Blanc (4808 m) to enjoy it from every angle. And to do so we’ll walk through 3 different countries: France, Italy and Switzerland!

    Mont Blanc is the highest and, perhaps, most emblematic mountain of the Alps. During this tour we’ll see lots of glaciers and peaks over 4000 m. And although it seems like a complex hike, it is meant for everybody who’s use to walk in the mountains. Indeed it’s not a technical route and it doesn’t go very high to avoid altitude sickness.

    Therefore, for almost 100 km, and a total of 13.000 metres of altitude gain, we’ll enjoy a unique scenery. We’ll stay in cozy mountain huts and I’ll show you the secrets of this amazing alpine area.

    So if you feel like trying this 8-day Mont Blanc trekking tour, please contact me. And don’t hesitate to specify all your needs, so I can prepare the perfect trip for you and your group. 

    And you can also check out these other hiking options: Carros de Foc guided trekking tour or 8-day Mount Cervino hiking tour.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    2400 EUR

    Group of 2
    1200 EUR

    Group of 3
    800 EUR

    Group of 4
    600 EUR

    Group of 5
    550 EUR

    Group of 6
    500 EUR

    Group of 7
    450 EUR

    Group of 8
    350 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
     The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc). A minimum of 5 people is required for this expedition.


    • Day 1Arrival

      Drive to Chamonix (1030 m).

    • Day 2Chamonix to De Miage mountain hut

      We’ll start the day taking the Bellevue cable car on les Houches. We’ll cross a bridge to go to Col de Tricot (2129 m). Then walk down De Miage mountain hut (1560 m).

    • Day 3De Miage mountain hut to Nant Borrant mountain hut

      Early start hiking up to Chalets du Truc. Then we’ll go down to Les Contamines. From here we’ll walk to  Tré la Tête mountain hut (1970 m). We’ll continue to reach Nant Borrant mountain hut (1459 m).

    • Day 4Nant Borrant mountain hut to Ville des Glaciers

      We’ll start hiking to Col du Bonhomme (2329 m), then we’ll turn left to get to Col de la Croix (2479 m). From here we’ll walk to the Ville des Glaciers.

    • Day 5Ville des Glaciers to Courmayeur

      We’ll climb up to Col de la Seigne (2.516 m) from where we’ll cross to Italy. From here we’ll descend to Elisabetta mountain hut, under the Lex Blanche glacier. We’ll continue going down to the Cantina de la Visaille, from where we’ll take a bus to Courmayeur.

    • Day 6Courmayeur to la Fenêtre d’Arpette

      We’ll start the day with climbing up the Grand Col Ferret (2537 m). Then a long way down to La Fouly town (1610 m), from where we’ll take a bus to Issert. From here we’ll walk through the woods to reach Champex (1466 m). We’ll continue to la Fenêtre d’Arpette (1642 m).

    • Day 7La Fenêtre d’Arpette to Trient

      Ascent to Col de la Fenêtre d’Arpette (2665 m), the highest point on the program. Then we’ll have a long and steep way down to Trient.

    • Day 8Trient to les Houches

      From trient we’ll go to Col de Balme (2191 m). Then down La Tour parking lot (1490 m). Here we’ll take a bus to les Houches.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    More info

    A minimum of 5 people is required for this expedition.

    Included Personal equipment (if necessary) :

    - Ice axe and crampons.

    - Harness.

    Personal equipment recommended:

    – 40L backpack.

    – Thermal underwear.

    – warm jacket.

    – GoreTex jacket and pants.

    – Hood, gloves (2 pairs) and goggles.

    – Snacks (on the mountain huts we'll only have breakfast and dinner).

    – Warm sack if desired (on the mountain huts there will be blankets).

    – Sunscreen and lip balm.

    – Basic toilet kit.

    – Personal first aid kit.

    – Thermos.

    – Cash (many mountain hut don't take credit cards).

    – Mountain federate card.


    About the Guide


    UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide from Spain

    I’m a mountain guide and alpine ski instructor and trainer.

    Since many years ago I enjoy transmitting the enthusiasm that I feel for the mountains, in any of the possible mountain disciplines: alpinism, ski, climbing…

    I’ve always had a special interest for sports and teaching sports at all levels, from beginners to complex guiding in all kind of mountain terrain.




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