Follow one of the certified guides on our team to the top of Aiguille Percee in the Vanoise National Park, France on an exciting one-day hike.
Ascend a spectacular peak with stunning views.
Enjoy a challenging and rewarding hike in a beautiful location.
Spend a different day this summer or fall in the incredible French Alps.
Embark on a stunning hike to the summit of Aiguille Percee in the French Alps. This incredible one-day adventure is ideal for outdoor lovers and adrenaline-seekers. Follow us!
Located in the Vanoise National Park, the summit of Aiguille Percee reaches an altitude of almost 2,700 meters! The ascent takes between 3.5 and 5 hours with an altitude gain of 700 meters. Even though it requires some effort to reach the peak, the views from the top are completely worth it. We’ll get to enjoy views of the Tignes Valley, the Grande Motte and the Grande Casse.
The hike starts at Tignes, a popular location for winter skiing but relaxing and quiet during the summer. There are tons of options for families there in case you want to extend your vacation, such as golf, tennis, water activities and mountain biking. The hike can be done by following the same path up and down or taking a different path on the way down. Either way, we’ll end up at our starting point: the base of the Palafour ski lift. If you want a shorter hike, during the summer, we can ride the lift and begin our adventure at a higher spot.
So send your request and we’ll plan the perfect day-trip for you!
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Group of 1
|EUR 310 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 155 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 104 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 78 each|
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Sebastien was very professional in guiding us to the top of Mont Blanc! Great atmosphere within the group thanks to his great character. I highly recommend him for anyone wanting to clim the Mont Blanc, no matter his level. Thanks again, Sebastien!