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Tour du Mont Blanc Hike

Hiking - Highlights of the Tour du Mont Blanc:

 One of the most famous routes in the world. An epic journey through the French, Italian and Swiss Alps


Aug 4 - Aug 11, 2024 (Comfort)

Sep 9 - Sept 16, 2024 (Comfort)


Jul 17 - Jul 24, 2025 (DELUXE)

Aug 14 - Aug 21, 2025 (Comfort)

Sep 1 - Sep 8, 2025 (Comfort)

Sep 9 - Sep 16, 2025 (Comfort)

Price: 3250 EUR (All-Inclusive*, read details below)

A 25% deposit is due to secure your reservation. The remaining balance is due 60 days before the start of the expedition.

(View the cancelation policy below in the section ("Price and Details")

In this Highlights of the Tour du Mont Blanc trip - we use private/public transfers or the telepherique system to link the best of the TMB, enabling you to complete the circuit over 6 days (the only parts that you will be missing are asphalt or dirt roads). Perfect for hikers who are short on time but still want to experience the best of the route.

This is a 72 miles/116 km journey through the French, Italian and Swiss Alps. The TMB is one of the World’s top ten 'must do' treks. The high alpine meadows, glaciers, streams, snow-capped peaks, lakes, Mont Blanc itself, and, of course, the physical and mental challenge make the Tour du Mont Blanc (TMB) one of the most beautiful treks in the world

This trip is all-inclusive, with a shared transfer to and from Geneva airport, all accommodations, bag transfers and meals*. We have handpicked the hotels and mountain huts to offer you comfort, great views, amazing food and friendly service. 

We promise you that this will be a fantastic adventure in the heart of the Alps. Read what some of our guests say about us!

*See details below

trail Running - tour Du Mont Blanc

Is this tour suitable for me?

If you have hiking experience this tour is for you. The route is challenging, but it does not require any technical climbing skills. However, you do need to be fit enough to cover the daily distance and elevation gain described in the itinerary below. 

We've planned the trip so that when you reach the next overnight accommodation, you'll have time to unwind, enjoy a glass of wine, read a book, and savor the breathtaking views. On certain days, you can reduce the distance by using a cable car or public transportation.

Our trips are not just trips; they are journeys of self-discovery where you will feel challenged, alive, and reconnected. If you crave adventure and personal growth, you've found the right experience.

What if I am traveling solo?

At least 40% of our groups consist of solo travelers, and you'll be amazed by how wonderful the runners and hikers who join our tours are. We believe that traveling solo shouldn’t be more expensive, which is why we don’t charge single supplements.

I am a woman and want to come on this trip solo

You don’t need to rely on friends or a partner to travel and have fun. We understand that traveling solo can be intimidating, but it might help to know that we often see a 50/50 gender ratio on our tours. Take the leap, and we guarantee you won’t regret it! You will feel empowered, free, and you'll wonder why you haven’t traveled solo before.

I have never done a multi-day trekking adventure

If you can manage the daily distance and elevation gain, there's no need to worry; the multi day adventure is part of the challenge ahead.

Bags Transfer

To ensure your comfort during your hike, your primary luggage will be transported from hut to hut daily, allowing you to carry only a light backpack with your essentials.

Comfort vs Deluxe 

On our comfort trip, you'll experience a mix of accommodations: a 4-star hotel in Chamonix and Courmayeur for a total of three nights out of seven. The other four nights will be in mountain huts or refuges in shared dorms. This is a common arrangement for the Tour du Mont Blanc and is actually a significant part of the TMB experience.

Our DELUXE version follows the same itinerary, but with twin rooms throughout the entire journey, seven nights out of seven. The DELUXE version is limited due to the complexities of securing private accommodations


We are proud to say that we have the most amazing, fun, certified, and experienced guides on our team. Your safety and well-being are our top priorities.

Please ensure that your physical condition aligns with the itinerary below. If you have any questions, don't hesitate contact us.


Day 1 | Chamonix


​Transfer from Geneva Airport to Chamonix. Depending on your time of arrival you'll have time to walk around the vibrant village of Chamonix, make last-minute gear shopping, or just relax at our chosen hotel in Chamonix. In the evening we will have a group safety briefing. Dinner tonight is not included.

  • Accommodation: Hotel Alpina, Mercure, or a similar 4* hotel. Twin or double rooms

Day 2 | Chamonix – Les Contamines


Today, our epic journey begins. We take a short bus transfer to Les Houches and the cable car to Bellevue. We continue towards the Tricot pass on a path that offers constant and beautiful views of the Bionassay Glacier. Once at the pass, we descend towards the beautiful Miage Valley, one of the most picturesque corners of the Tour du Mont Blanc. We head to our overnight destination near Les Contamines.

  • The route: 10 mi / 16km  - High gain/loss +2332ft/711m | -3704ft/1129m approx

  • Highest point at 2110 m / 6922 ft

  • Approximate time 6 - 7 hours​

  • Accommodation: Refuge Nant Borrant (mountain hut) in shared dorms or Hotel Gai Soleil in rooms of 3 or 4 people. 

Day 3 | Les Contamines – Les Chapieux - Refuge de Mottets

We have a long and steep ascent leading to col Croix de Bonhomme at 2440 meters of altitude, where we will enjoy amazing views of the valleys on both sides. A beautiful serpentine trail takes us downhill to Les Chapieux. We will spend the night here or in Refuge de Mottets.

  • The route: 11.18 mi / 18km  - High gain/loss +4419ft/1347m | -3195ft/974m approx.

  • Highest point at 2440 m / 8000 ft

  • Approximate time 7 - 8 hours​​

  • Accommodation: Refuge Les Mottets or Auberge La Nova (mountain huts). In shared dorms


Day 4 | Refuge de Mottets – Courmayeur

The day starts with a steep trail, but the views will be our boost to continue and finally cross the border into Italy at Col de la Seigne. Once on the col, you will admire the views of the French and the Italian valleys. On the Italian side, we will have a long descent into Val Veny. If we are lucky, the valley will be covered in yellow flowers with sparking glaciers descending off Mont Blanc. A long flat path will take us to the start of the steep trail towards the ridge on Mont Favre, and then on to the Col Checrouit where we take the cable car down to Courmayeur. To give you the freedom to explore Courmayeur on your own terms, dinner is not included tonight. 

  • The route: 12.4mi / 20km - High gain/loss +4166ft/1270m | -3832ft/1168m approx.

  • Highest point at 2500 m / 8200 ft

  • Approximate time 7 - 8 hours

  • Accommodation: Hotel Crest et Duc, IH Courmayuer Hotel, or a similar 4* hotel. Twin or double rooms


Day 5 | Courmayeur – Val Ferret or Refugio Elena 

We start the day with a vertical climb towards Rifugio Bertone. After admiring the views, we follow an almost flat, beautiful, easy but high trail towards Rifugio Bonatti where we will stop for a coffee. We continue our way down to Arnouva and then towards the beautiful Rifugio Elena or Chalet Val Ferret, where we will spend the night. ​


  • The route: 12.4mi / 20km  - High gain/loss +5085ft/1550m | -2335ft/712m approx.

  • Highest point at 2108 m / 6916 ft

  • Approximate time 7 - 8 hours

  • Accommodation: Refugio Elena or Hotel Val Ferret. In shared dorms

Day 6 | Rifugio Elena – Trient

We continue our way towards the high Gran Col Ferret. Once at the col, you'll contemplate the spectacular views of the Swiss and the Italian valleys. A beautiful descent on a single trail will take us to the Ferret valley where we will take a short private transfer to Champex Lac - Plan de l’Au where we start a steep ascent traversing around the mountain to la Giete. Once at the highest point, we start a descent towards Col de la Forclaz and continue to the last Swiss village and its iconic pink church in Trient, where we will spend the night.

  • The route: 12.4mi / 20km  - High gain/loss +4553ft/1388m | -4665ft/1422m approx.

  • Highest point at 2537 m / 8323.4 ft

  • Approximate time 7 - 9 hours

  • Accommodation: Auberge Mont Blanc, Le Grande Ourse. In shared dorms


Day 7 | Trient - Chamonix

We climb up to reach the French border at Col de Balme 2191m / 7188ft. From the col the entire Mont Blanc Massif stretches ahead; the Chamonix Valley, the summit of Mont Blanc, the Aiguilles, the Mer de Glace and the Argentière glaciers. We reach the Aiguilles Rouge Nature Reserve and sightings of ibex and marmots are common. Once we reach La Flegere we will take the cable car towards Chamonix. 


We will celebrate this epic journey with a final dinner together.


  • The route: 13.3mi / 21.5 km  - High gain/loss +5311ft/1619m | -3802ft/1149m approx.

  • Highest point at 2130 m / 6988 ft

  • Approximate time 7 - 9 hours

  • Accommodation: Hotel Alpina, Mercure, or a similar 4* hotel. Twin or double rooms

Day 8 | Chamonix (out)

We enjoy a last breakfast together and then time to pack all the memories back home.



The entire tour is done in English.

*We reserve the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather conditions, huts availability, National Parks regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances


This tour is governed by the Terms and Conditions

How Challenging ?

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High effort. This is a challenging adventure where we can expect 6 - 8 hours of hiking per day, with up to 1500 meters of elevation gain. Previous hiking experience is recommended. To participate comfortably in the tour, you will require a certain level of fitness. 

Price and Details

The tour includes:

  • Everything described in the tour

  • All of the scheduled activities

  • Transport from Geneva Airport to Chamonix 

  • Transport from Chamonix to Geneva Airport

  • All accommodations during the tour (total of seven nights)

  • 4* hotel in Chamonix ( two nights )

  • 4* hotel in Courmayeur ( one night )

  • Mountain huts or refuges in shared dorms ( four nights)

  • All luggage transfers between accommodations 

  • All main meals during the tour (7 breakfasts, 7 packed lunches, 5 dinners)

  • Online Safety Briefing before the tour

  • Personal attention before and during your trip

  • General Training Plan

  • Packing List

  • Guiding from a certified International Mountain Leader

  • Amazing trails & beautiful landscapes


The tour excludes:

  • Transport to Geneva (e.g. flights)

  • Single room supplement, applicable only in Chamonix and Courmayeur

  • First night dinner in Chamonix 

  • Dinner in Courmayeur

  • Insurance. All participants are required to have their own insurance appropriate for outdoor sports; such as health, accident, mountain rescue, repatriation, cancellation, personal liability, etc.

  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages

  • Expenses for extra activities, such as; massages, spas, sauna, hot tub

  • Any accommodations for extra days in Chamonix

  • Any lifts or cable cars

  • Any private transfer

  • Tips for the guide

Price: 3250 EUR

A 25% deposit is due to secure your spot, the remaining balance is due 60 days before the start of the trip. Once the trip is confirmed your deposit is non-refundable, however, it can be transferred to any other trip. 


Min 5 - Max 12 

Start: Geneva (Cointrin Airport)

End: Geneva (Cointrin Airport)

We reserve the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather conditions, and unforeseeable circumstances.


This tour is governed by the Terms and Conditions

Cancellation policy:

  • Trip pending: a 25% down payment is fully refundable

  • Trip confirmed: a 25% down payment is non-refundable. You can transfer this down payment to any other of our trips within the next year

  • 60 days or less before the trip starts no refund available

Travel insurance is required for all of our trips. Make sure that your insurance covers trip cancellation (in case of any unforeseen circumstances).

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