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2025

OVERVIEW

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ITINERARY

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The challenge

  • Wild and raw views of the French side of the Tour du Mont Blanc
  • Bag the trekking peak Aiguillette des Posettes (2200m) with wonderful 360-degree views
  • Great trekking past jagged peaks, fractured glaciers and sheer cliffs
  • Up close and personal view of Mont Blanc and a gorgeous panoramic view from the Brevent peak

On this tough challenge, you will be trekking in the beautiful French Alps below Mont Blanc, Western Europe's tallest Mountain, amid raw mountain scenery. You will be walking along the glorious Balcon Sud, crossing over the cold de Voza with views into Chamonix. Enjoy breath taking 360 degree panoramic views from the trekking peaks Brevent and the Aiguillette du Posettes. You will be walking along the glorious Balcon Sud, crossing over the col de Voza with views into Chamonix. 

Walking up to 8 hours each day (possibly more) on mountainous terrain and rough paths you will be tested physically and mentally, but the backdrop of the magnificent Alps will be a huge boost to you throughout the trek and you will have the chance to walk among Alpine wildlife such as Ibex, Chamois and the elusive Marmot.

The journey

Highlights of the Tour du Mont Blanc

Gallery

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Jennifer Payne

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc view from Chamonix

Mont Blanc view from Chamonix

Mont Blanc Hiking

Mont Blanc Hiking

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Jennifer Payne

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Jennifer Payne

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Jennifer Payne

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Highlights Tour de Mont Blanc

Jennifer Payne

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