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Hut-to-hut ‘Vues du Mont Blanc’ Trekking Tour

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Join an amazing 4-day trek with magnificent views of Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, and several other 4000m peaks. Discover the stunning landscapes of the Swiss Alps on a hut-to-hut adventure that will take you through alpine meadows, past waterfalls, and to amazing passes with unforgettable views!



4 Days

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep




  • Explore the breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps and it's iconic peaks.
  • Stay in cozy mountain huts on the way as you discover the Swiss Alps.
  • Hike through alpine meadows, past stunning waterfalls, and more!


Would you like to enjoy an unforgettable hiking adventure in the Swiss Alps? Then you can’t miss this 4-day hut-to-hut trek where you’ll get a view of Mont Blanc and Lake Geneva, and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Swiss Alps and other 4000m peaks!

Discover the amazing landscapes around Mont Blanc on this 4-day adventure. You will go every day on a new hiking adventure that will take you past lakes and flowery meadows with Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, and other emblematic peaks as the backdrop. You can find a detailed itinerary below.

Keep in mind that although this is a relaxed hiking adventure, you will be trekking at a relative altitude and long hours. Therefore, a good fitness level is a must. Of course, we will be there to help and guide you every step of the way!

So, are you ready to join an unforgettable 4-day trekking adventure in the Alps? Then contact us today and let’s start planning your ‘Vues de Mont Blanc’ hut-to-hut adventure!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation included

- Transport during the trip

- Breakfast

- Dinner

Price details

This price is for a scheduled, group trip.


Day 1: Hike from Solalex to Refuge du Lac de Deborence

You will be picked up from Aigle train station by 1:30pm, which you can reach with regular trains from Geneva Airport. You’ll be driven to Solelx from where you’ll hike to Lac Deborance. You’ll trek through the alpine meadows of Pas De Cheville where you’ll see beautiful views of the Matterhorn and the Valaisian Alps.

You’ll stay in the Refuge du Lac de Deborence at 1480m of altitude.

Distance 7km, Ascend 600m, Descend 600m, Time 3.5 hours

Day 2: Refuge du Lac de Deborence to Cabane Rambert

After a traditional Swiss breakfast, you’ll start to traverse the south side of the Grand Muveran, stopping along the way for a well-deserved pancake.

In the afternoon, you’ll follow the river up to the pastures of Pro Flouri, and your accommodation in the remote Cabane Rambert and their herd of bouquetin.

Distance 15km, Ascend 1000m, Descend 600m, Time 6.5 hours

Day 3: Rambert to Col du Demecre

The day starts with a hike past the waterfalls of Passing Le Pessot, to Ovronnaz (known for fantastic local cake!). After stopping for a break, you’ll continue to trek past beautiful mountains including Tita Seri (2850m), Dent de Morcles (2,970m) and Grand Chavalard (2 898m). Throughout the day we pass bearded vulture and golden eagle nests. There will also be an option for another mountain lake swim.

In the evening, you can relax and enjoy the hut wardens speciality Spaghetti with the rest of the team.

Distance 13km, Ascend 800m, Descend 800m, Time 6 hours

Day 4: Demecre to Javerne

Today is your final day of hiking, trekking back towards the north side of the Grand Muveran where you’ll get views of Lake Geneva. It’s an early start as you make your way up to Cabane La Tourche. You can expect to see marmots, bouquetin and chamois along the way. You’ll also hunt for edelweiss along the path. After lunch it’s then a pleasant hike down the mountain to Javerne, for 2:30pm. A bus will return you to Aigle train station. From here you can take the train around Lake Geneva to the airport, or spend some time relaxing in the valley if you have a late flight home.

Distance 15km, Ascend 200m, Descend 1300m, Time 5 Hours




Mountain Huts

Meeting point

Aigle train station

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need walking poles and how can I rent them?

Do I need to carry all of my things on the mountain?

What about meals and water?

Can I book in a group as a solo traveller?

Do you cater for all dietary requirements?

How will accommodation and meals be handled during the trek?

Can I join a group?

Do I need walking boots?

What experience do I need to have? How fit do I need to be? Is this program suitable for children or older people?

How much money should I bring, and in which currency?

What is the terrain like?

What is included?

Should I tip the guide?

How can I get to the trailhead/meeting point?

What is the best time of the year for this hike?

What is the average distance and altitude gain that we will hike each day?

What should I bring?

Do I need travel insurance?

What is a sheet sleeping bag and do I need one?

About the guide

We are Tom (UIMLA Mountain Leader) and Paul (UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide), two friends who have worked in the outdoors for over 20 years each.

We have lived around the world and have an incredible wealth of outdoor experience and qualifications. We all love, work and play in the Swiss Alps.

We love sharing our local environment with guests and helping them to get the best out of their holidays. We have trips going out most weeks so come and join us or contact us if you would like something similar on a different date.


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What people are saying about this trip

Adi Pinhasi


June, 2023

Tracy and Paul were fantastic. Also, in time of trouble, when one of the group broke his ankle, teams was there to help out.

Jessica Wilcox


September, 2022

Ben was a great guide. I appreciated how straight forward he was, no sugar coating things. We really had a great time. Discussion of how what the hike really is (Tour des Muveran) and the level of difficulty required should be explained in the tour synopsis. As it is, I don’t think most people on the tour were ready for that level.

Anne Fons


September, 2021

Tom is an amazing guide! He made sure that everyone had the best time and anticipated on everyones needs. He is very knowledgeable and experienced. I would recommend everyone booking a tour with him!

Jo Bartimote


June, 2020

Always keen to make sure everyone is having a good time and adjusts pace excellently for the required group



May, 2020

Tom is a knowledgeable and experienced guide. He was always keen to share his knowledge and was very attentive to our needs throughout the hike. A great sense of humour and a pleasure to be with, we laughed with & at him throughout!


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