Climb Mont Blanc via the normal route / The Gouter Route
Meeting the previous evening to review the equipment required, together with the proposed program
Day 1: RDV on the Bellevue car park in Les Houches
Cable car to Bellevue and train to Nid d'Aigle (2300m)
Hike up to the Tête Rousse refuge or Goûter refuge
Day 2: Early morning start, Mont Blanc ascension (4810m)
Descending right down to Nid d'Aigle for the return on the train and then cable car to Les Houches.
Early June to the end of September
Maximum 2 people
470€/pers. This price includes guiding fees and supervision and the loan of technical equipment. It does not include over night stay in refuges and ski lift.
|Technical equipment||Clothes||Additional equipment|
|Rucksack of 45 liters||Mountaineering trousers||sunglasses, goggles|
|Ice axe *||technical underwear||food and beverage|
|Helmet *||thick fleece||headlamp|
|Harness *||light fleece||sleeping bag liner|
|Mountain boots||wind stopper jacket||first aid kit|
|Walking poles||balaclava, beanie, gloves||camera|
* supplied by guide
To consider climbing the Mont Blanc over 2 days, previous mountaineering is required and to be correctly trained for this project.
To optimize the chances of success, there are several conditions to be considered:
- favorable weather conditions
- good physical condition of participant
- program flexibility (The program presented is the one we will follow if it remains to be the most favorable to the company's success)
For your own security and that of your guide, along with the technicality of this itinerary, only 1 person per guide will be allowed.
- Climbing the Mont Blanc requires a good physical condition with practising an endurance sport, such as running or cycling.
If, however, it is not possible to climb the Mont Blanc during the 2 days, we will endeavour to climb an alternative peak of your choice and will refund the difference if it is executed.