Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

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Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

15 Days Starting and ending in Les Bossons

Visiting: Les Bossons, Chamonix, Les Praz, Les Frasserands, Col de Balme, Trient, Col de la Forclaz, Champex, La Fouly, Col Ferret, Plampincieux, ሀመር።, Mont De La Saxe, Courmayeur, Col de la Seigne, Les Chapieux, Col du Bonhomme, Les Contamines-Montjoie, Col de Voza, Les Houches, Brevent cable car

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

TWB

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

5 - 14

Physical rating:

Moderate / Challenging

Age range:

16-99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Interests:

Cultural, Photography

Activities:

Trekking, Walking

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Tour Overview

Often cited in bucket lists of the world’s best hikes, the iconic Tour du Mont Blanc takes in three diverse countries – France, Switzerland and Italy – and offers some of the greatest mountain scenery in Europe. Experience has taught us that 15 days is the perfect duration to fully appreciate this memorable circuit around Mont Blanc – 10 days of trekking complemented by three rest days – with a wide choice of activities to try, including paragliding and taking the Aiguille du Midi cable car up to 3,842 metres for spectacular, close-up views of Mont Blanc.



Led by an experienced International Mountain Leader (IML),  you will climb over six mountain passes, cross beneath colossal glaciers, meander through beautiful alpine meadows, and discover charming, picture-postcard villages. We sleep in comfortable campsites throughout the trek, often with outstanding views that aren’t possible from a hotel room. Tents are modern and spacious – designed for 3 people but only allocated to 2 – and an unlimited number of single tents is available. For those seeking a little more comfort, mattresses and sleeping bags are also available to hire.



While getting back to nature is a rewarding, energising experience, we recognise that having a comfortable stay along the way can make a camping trek even more special. Delicious three-course meals are on the menu when in camp, and five restaurant meals are also included during the trek. Your baggage is transported between each location by our dedicated camp support leader and van, and tents are erected by our camp crew before you arrive at each campsite, leaving you free to enjoy the inspiring scenery found only on this classic trek.



Exodus run this same trek with hotels rather than camping – Tour du Mont Blanc Hotel Trek (trip code TWO). If time is limited, we also have an excellent one-week trip based near Chamonix, Mont Blanc Highlights (trip code TWN), which ticks off some of the best bits with easier, shorter days, or you might like to consider our Tour du Mont Blanc Week that is a little tougher (trip code TWP).



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"Having climbed Mont Blanc several times, I know just how beautiful this landscape is. And this Exodus trip is the best way to see the Massif from all angles. Trekking through three different countries, Italy, France and Switzerland, this action-packed itinerary will see you pass by alpine meadows, glaciers and some of Europe's most panoramic mountain passes. If you're an avid hiker - this trip is a must."

Highlights

  • Enjoy 3 rest days to relax or sightsee

  • Admire spectacular views of Mont Blanc

  • Fully supported camping

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  • Travel by train to this trip. See trip notes for more.

  • Enjoy some of the most dramatic scenery in Europe

  • Traverse beneath huge glaciers and meander through beautiful alpine meadows

  • Walk in the shadow of the highest peak in the Alps, Mont Blanc (4810m)

  • Enjoy some of the most dramatic scenery in EuropeTraverse beneath huge glaciers and meander through beautiful alpine meadowsWalk in the shadow of the highest peak in the Alps, Mont Blanc (4810m)Travel by train to this trip. See trip notes for more.

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Day 1 : Start At Les Bossons, Near Chamonix.

Location: Les Bossons

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: dinner

Our start point is the campsite in Les Bossons, with wonderful views from the campsite of Mont Blanc and the dramatic crevassed Glacier des Bossons, especially at sunset. In the evening there is an introductory briefing by the trek crew.

Campsite: Camping Les Marmottes, Les Bossons

Day 2 : Follow The Grand Balcon Sud From Chamonix To Les Frasserands.

Location: Chamonix, Les Praz, Les Frasserands

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

From Les Bossons (1,012m – 3,320ft) we have a short bus journey to Chamonix from where we walk to Les Praz and take the cable car to La Flégère (1,860m – 6,100ft). The trail today is named the 'Grand Balcon' and is on the opposite side of the valley from Mont Blanc, affording excellent views of the whole massif lying to our south. Initially we contour and then climb to reach the high point of the day, Lac Blanc (2,352m – 7,715ft). The trail descends and then contours high above the valley before dropping steeply to the hamlet of Les Frasserands (1,371m – 4,500ft), from where we take a scenic valley train back to our campsite. In the afternoon there is a very short section of ladders/steep steps with handrails to descend.

8 hours walking. 500m – 1,640ft up, 980m – 3,220ft down



Campsite: Camping Les Marmottes, Les Bossons

Day 3 : Cross Over Col De Balme To Switzerland And Camp At Trient.

Location: Les Frasserands, Col de Balme, Trient

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

After a scenic train ride up the valley to Les Frasserands, we begin by climbing steeply to the Aiguillette de Posettes (2,201m – 7,200ft), descend a little and then ascend towards the Col de Balme (2,191m – 7,190ft) where we follow one of the paths across the border from France to Switzerland. Excellent views all morning of Aiguille d'Argentière and Aiguille du Tour and its glacier. After lunch we descend to the small hamlet of Trient (1,296m – 4,250ft), where we will enjoy some lovely views of the Trient Glacier.

7.5 hours walking. 970m – 3,200ft up, 1,060m – 3,466ft down



Campsite: camping near Trient

Day 4 : Cross Col De La Forclaz To Champex.

Location: Col de la Forclaz, Champex

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

We climb first to the Col de Forclaz (1,527m – 5,010ft) and then onwards to look directly down into the Rhône Valley and the small Swiss town of Martigny. We follow a historic path used to take the cows to summer grazing, the ‘Bovine route’ (2,049m – 6,720ft) that takes us through meadows and high alpine pastures before descending to the charming town of Champex (1,486m – 4,880ft) set beside a picturesque alpine lake.

7 hours walking. 920m – 3,017ft up, 720m – 3,261ft down



Campsite: Camping Les Rocailles, Champex Lac

Day 5 : Head Up Val Ferret To La Fouly.

Location: La Fouly

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Now on the east side of the main Mont Blanc massif, we walk south, descending through woods to the Val Ferret and on to Issert (1,055m – 3,460ft) and other pretty alpine farming villages. If you are visiting early in the season (June/July), this is a great day to see flowers in bloom, including orchids. We continue up the valley to the remote village of La Fouly (1600m – 5250ft), which lies at the foot of Mont Dolent, whose summit marks the meeting point of France, Switzerland and Italy.

6 hours walking, 540m – 1,780ft up, 440m – 1,450ft down



Campsite: Camping les Glaciers, La Fouly

Day 6 : Climb To Grand Col Ferret, The Highest Pass Of The Trek.

Location: Col Ferret, Plampincieux

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Following the same valley and the river 'La Drance', we climb to the 'Grand Col Ferret' (2,537m – 8,320ft), the highest pass of the tour. Now in Italy, the valley is also called ‘Val Ferret’. The mountain views from the Col are stunning, with Grandes Jorasses dominating the scene. We walk down the valley to Arp Nouva (1,770m – 5,800ft) where we take an optional bus to Planpincieux (1,600m – 5,250ft). For the first and last trip of the season, the bus may not be running and we may need to walk to camp.

7.5 hours walking. 970m – 3,180ft up, 800m – 2,600ft down



Campsite: Camping Grandes Jorasses, Val Ferret

Day 7 : Rest Day.

Location: ሀመር።

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfast

Today is free for you to rest after the first week’s exertions and enjoy some sight-seeing. The nearby former spa towns of Courmayeur and Entrèves have picturesque older areas that are worth a visit, especially for the keen photographer. We also highly recommend the Skyway cable car from La Palud to Point Helbronner (3,461m – 11,350ft), which gives close-up views of all the big peaks. Tickets for the cable car can be purchased online or locally at La Palud.

Campsite: Camping Grandes Jorasses, Val Ferret

Day 8 : Climb To Bonatti Refuge And Traverse High Above The Spectacular Val Ferret Around Mont De La Saxe To Courmayeur And On To Val Veny.

Location: Mont De La Saxe, Courmayeur

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

We start with a short bus ride to pick up the Tour du Mont Blanc route, and from the road (1,675m – 5,500ft) climb up to the Bonatti refuge (2,025m – 6,640ft). Today we follow a beautiful contouring path around Mont de la Saxe to Courmayeur. The views of the south Mont Blanc massif are exceptional, as are those of the towering peaks of the 'Grandes Jorasses' and the glaciers that crowd the northern flank of the Val Ferret. In the afternoon, we have a long, steep descent to Courmayeur (1,230m – 4,030m) where there will be time to stop for a tasty Italian gelato before taking a short bus ride into the spectacular Val Veny (1,530m – 5,020ft).

8 hours walking. 500m – 1,640ft up, 900m – 4,400ft down

Campsite: Camping Aiguille Noire, Val Veny

Day 9 : Re-Enter France Across Col De La Seigne And Through La Ville Des Glaciers To Les Chapieux.

Location: Col de la Seigne, Les Chapieux

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Today’s trail climbs gently along the Val Veny, beneath the moraine of the massive Glacier du Miage. Passing Lac Combal, the gradient becomes steeper as we follow the old Roman road across the 'Col de la Seigne' pass (2,516m – 8,250ft), marking our re-entry into France. A fairly steep descent brings us through La Ville des Glaciers (1,789m – 5,870ft) and finally to Les Chapieux (1,553m – 5,090ft), a small hamlet that is only inhabited in the summer months. This is one of the longer walking days, but the experience of walking beneath a glacier and over the Col de la Seigne pass make the challenge well worth it.

8.5 hours walking. 990m – 3,250ft up, 970m – 3,180ft down

Campsite: camping in Chapieux

Day 10 : Climb To Col De La Croix Du Bonhomme And Contour Around To Col Du Bonhomme.

Location: Col du Bonhomme, Les Contamines-Montjoie

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

We have now reached the southwest corner of the circuit and turn north to climb once again. Today is a longer day; first we make a steep climb to the Col de la Croix du Bonhomme (2,478m – 8,130ft) and then contour around to the Col du Bonhomme (2,328m – 7,640ft). We then descend (again on a Roman road) to our campsite in Les Contamines (1,180m – 5,900ft).

8 hours walking. 930m – 3050ft up, 1375m – 4510ft

Campsite: Camping le Pontet, Les Contamines

Day 11 : Rest Day.

Location: ሀመር።

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastdinner

A chance to rest or enjoy some independent exploration. There are short and long optional walks in the area, many accessed by a chairlift or gondola, that have spectacular views of Mont Blanc. Mountain cafes make a nice place for a scenic lunch. Alternatively, you could take the Mont Blanc cog-driven tramway to the Eagle’s Nest – the starting point for many aiming to conquer Mont Blanc itself. Otherwise, time can be spent visiting the half-day market in Les Contamines, or you can simply relax around town or in camp and recharge your batteries for the days ahead.

Campsite: Camping le Pontet, Les Contamines

Day 12 : Cross Col De Tricot And Col De Voza To Re-Enter Chamonix Valley And Descend To Village Of Les Houches.

Location: Col de Voza, Les Houches

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Today will be another long but rewarding day as we return to the start point of our trek. We walk through Les Contamines, ascend to Chalets du Truc (1,720m – 5,614ft) and then descend to the Chalets de Miage (1,560m – 4,120ft). From here, we take the trail that climbs steeply to the Col de Tricot (2,119m – 6,950ft) before descending very close to the snout of the Glacier de Bionnassay, where we will enjoy fabulous views of the Mont Blanc massif’s northern side. Eventually, we make another short ascent to reach the Col de Voza (1,652m – 5,418ft), where we re-enter the Chamonix Valley and descend to the village of Les Houches (dependent on the time of year, there is an optional cable car descent from Bellevue to Les Houches). A short bus ride takes us to our camp in Les Bossons (1,012m – 3,320ft).

9 hours walking. 1,200m – 3,980ft up, 1,370m – 4,500ft down



Campsite: Camping Les Marmottes, Les Bossons

Day 13 : Some Of The Best Views Of Mont Blanc Today On The Long Ascent To Brévent; Descend To Plan Praz.

Location: Brevent cable car

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

We cross to the north side of the Chamonix Valley and climb through a pine forest. The high point of the day is Brévent (2,525m – 8,290ft), from where there are panoramic views of the Mont Blanc massif and the Chamonix Valley. We walk down to Plan Praz (1,970m – 6,460ft), then descend by cable car to Chamonix and walk to our camp at Les Bossons (1,012m – 3,320ft). It is possible to take the cable car descent from the top (dependent on the time of year). This extra journey will be payable locally should you choose not to walk.



Our last day on the Tour du Mont Blanc circuit is long, with a tough climb of over 1,500m, but affords the best views on the whole trek of Mont Blanc and its neighbouring peaks. On our return to Les Bossons, we will have successfully completed the Tour du Mont Blanc!

7.5 hours walking. 1,480m – 4,850ft up, 520m – 1,690ft down

Campsite: Camping Les Marmottes, Les Bossons

Day 14 : Free Day At Les Bossons.

Location: Les Bossons

Accommodation: Camp

Meals Included: breakfastdinner

Today is a free day for optional walks or sightseeing. Your leader will be able to advise you of possible walking routes or you may choose to visit the bustling alpine resort town of Chamonix, which has numerous shops, bars, restaurants and cafés. There are several cable car excursions you can make from Chamonix, of which the most spectacular is the ascent to the Aiguille du Midi (3,842m – 12,600ft), offering fantastic views of Mont Blanc and surrounding peaks. It should also be possible to take the mountain train up to Montenvers for close-up views of the Mer de Glace glacier, or if you are feeling adventurous you could enjoy a tandem paragliding flight.

Campsite: Camping Les Marmottes, Les Bossons

Day 15 : End Les Bossons.

Location: Les Bossons

Meals Included: breakfast

The adventure comes to an end in Les Bossons after breakfast. Start your return journey home, and perhaps start planning your next great walking adventure

What's Included

  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

  • All breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches, 8 dinners

  • All transport and listed activities

  • All accommodation

  • Tour leader throughout

  • Meals

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What's Not Included

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

  • Travel insurance

  • Travel insuranceSingle accommodation (available on request)Visas or vaccinations

  • — Travel insurance — Single accommodation (available on request) — Visas or vaccinations

Food

We provide 14 breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches, 8 home-cooked 3-course group meals in camp and 5 group menu meals taken in local restaurants. Due to the small size and remoteness of several of these restaurants, and for speed when serving a large group, these will be set menus. Breakfast: This will usually consist of coffee, tea, cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread and conserves. Lunch: Picnic-style lunches will normally include bread, cold meat, cheese, sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish, fresh salad and fresh fruit. You may wish to bring (or purchase locally) snack bars for an extra energy boost during the day. Evening meal: Whether in camp or in a nearby restaurant, we endeavour to make dinner something to look forward to. Each day there will be a freshly prepared menu for the whole group, consisting of a soup, salad or similar, a main course of meat, fish or vegetarian served with a selection of vegetables and carbohydrates, and a dessert. Beer, wine, bottled water, coffee, tea or other drinks are not included in the price of evening meals taken in restaurants. Coffee and tea are included with the evening meal when we eat in camp and beer and wine are also available for purchase at a modest cost. Vegetarians: We happily cater for vegetarians – please inform us at the time of booking. If you adhere to a vegan diet you should expect that variety of food may be limited whilst on this trip as this kind of diet is relatively uncommon in this region. We cannot guarantee that the restaurants will provide meals that have the necessary variety to be considered satisfying when on a more restricted diet. The feedback we receive for the food we serve is great but please be aware that facilities are limited and practicality forces us to put our efforts into making one excellent group meal with a vegetarian option. Of course, any allergies will be respected.

Accommodation

Campsites throughout the trek are comfortable and modern. On 12 nights, hot showers are available and there are electricity points to recharge batteries etc. Many campsites have a bar and wifi, plus a lounge or sitting area for relaxation. We provide a large communal tent (if we do not use the communal area in the campsite), where we eat at tables with benches and have an unlimited tea and coffee station, plus a camp bar. The campsites are in stunning settings and sharing an after-trek drink with newly made friends as the sun sets over a glaciated mountain is the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors.



Accompanying you throughout the trek is a dedicated camp support leader who will take care of all the logistics and catering. Your tent will be put up for you each night. In the morning, you will be asked to take your tent down (this should take no more than three to four minutes), put your bag in the back of the van and wash your breakfast dish. On four nights out of 14, you will be asked to join a washing up team and help with the dishes that evening – a 20-minute job. Otherwise, you are free to relax and your time is your own.



You will spend 14 nights camping in roomy tents designed to sleep three people, but with a maximum of two people per tent. We use modern dome tents incorporating a 6.9ft x 6.9ft (2.1m x 2.1m) inner tent with sewn-in ground sheet and a supplementary 7.5ft x 2.3ft (2.3m x 0.7m) covered porch that is an ideal place to leave your walking boots and poles etc. The tents are waterproof.



Single tents are available for a small additional cost, as are camping mats and sleeping bags with liner and pillow. Our camping mats are a full-length air- and foam-filled variety which are comfortable to sleep on and provide excellent insulation from the ground. Our sleeping bags have a synthetic filling, as opposed to feathers, with a three-quarter-length zip and provide plenty of warmth.



All our equipment is bought with both comfort and practicality in mind and we hope represents a higher quality than most individuals would buy for themselves.



Two remote campsites are in stunning locations but are a little more basic than others and do not have showers. We eat in restaurants on these nights.



Thermal mattress hire: Approximately £36 – please request in advance with your sales representative.



Sleeping bag hire (three- or four-season), pillow and liner: Approximately £73 – please request in advance with your sales representative.

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  • Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    Minimum 16 year age people can go on this tour.

  • Do you require a visa for this holiday?

    No visa required for British passport holders.



  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    Yes.

  • What is the maximum group size?

    14

  • Are flights included in this tour?

    International flights are not included with this tour.

  • Are vaccinations required for this tour?

    There are no specific health risks.



  • Is there a supplement for solo travellers?

    If you would like to be paired with a tour member of the same gender, there is no additional charge. A single supplement can be requested if you would like your own room.

  • Who is Exodus Travels?

    At Exodus Travels, we've been exploring the world for nearly 50 years. From Walking and Trekking, Cultural and Cycling, Responsible Wildlife, to Polar and our new Premium Adventures, we are proud to offer award-winning small group and self-guided tours to 100+ countries worldwide.

  • Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

    We are happy to assist with pre and post tour accommodation. Please enquire for detailed information.

  • What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

    If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

  • How long has the tour company been trading?

    Exodus has been trading since 1974

  • What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

  • Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews from travellers on this tour

MONT BLANC CIRCUIT

An overwhelmingly exhilarating and rewarding trip

An overwhelmingly exhilarating and rewarding trip into Western Europe's mountainous heart.  Vistas & experiences which will stick with me forever, an undoubtedly touching group dynamic and all this guided by the most enthusiastic of all tour leaders, Mel Potter.  Well done!

Stunning Trip

This is an outstanding trip, with stunning locatio

This is an outstanding trip, with stunning locations and views, which can not be highly recommended enough. The itinerary prepared by Exodus ensured that we got the most out of the trip. For us, the camping enhanced the mountain outdoor experience.

MONT BLANC CIRCUIT

Stunningly beautiful with a huge sense of achievme

Stunningly beautiful with a huge sense of achievment at the end. I found it equally hard as Kili and Base Camp Everest, it certainly deserves to be on the Exodus big 5 list! The more you train, the more you will enjoy it.

Breathtakingly beautiful.

Que de beauté! C'est fatigant, certes, mais il y a

Que de beauté! C'est fatigant, certes, mais il y a des merveilles à contempler tous les jours.

Tentally Brilliant!

Fourteen days of stunning scenery, wonderful frien

Fourteen days of stunning scenery, wonderful friends made, consistently varied walks and terrain, mostly brilliant weather and lots of laughter.

MONT BLANC CIRCUIT

If you're considering it, do it!

If you're considering it, do it!

Mont Blanc Camping Trek

A spectacular fortnight spent amongst some of the

A spectacular fortnight spent amongst some of the more dramatic mountain scenery in Europe. The camping aspect added increased sociability and everyone gelled together as a group.

MONT BLANC CIRCUIT

An amazing trip in a beautiful part of the world.

An amazing trip in a beautiful part of the world. All aspects of the tour were enjoyable - the walking, the camping, the company and the food.

Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

'It is what it says on the tin.'

'It is what it says on the tin.'

MONT BLANC CIRCUIT

The scenery is spectacular throughout much of this

The scenery is spectacular throughout much of this hike, provided that the weather permits good visibility. At no point did I ever feel like I was in the "wilderness," but there were plenty of hot chocolate, cake, and pie stops to compensate for that. It was an enjoyable group holiday.

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