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Complete Tour du Mont Blanc Comfort Trek
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Highlights

  • Taking on Europe's classic long distance trek
  • Superb mountain views at every turn of the trail
  • Three countries on one trek; France, Italy & Switzerland
  • Delicious meals featuring the local specialities of each country
  • Comfortable hotel and auberge accommodation in private rooms and included bag transfer

Walk the complete Tour du Mont Blanc, through France, Italy and Switzerland, staying in comfortable accommodation each night. Door to door baggage transfer is also included, giving you the freedom of walking unencumbered. It’s the perfect Alpine trek for those who prefer their trekking in comfort.

Since de Saussure first walked around the Mont Blanc Massif in 1767 the Tour du Mont Blanc has built on its reputation as one of the world’s classic treks. Our 11 night Complete Tour du Mont Blanc trek follows every step of this classic trek over 10 days of unforgettable walking in the high Alps.

Staying in comfortable small hotels and auberges/refuges in private rooms you can enjoy world class walking on high mountain trails and look forward to comfortable accommodation and great food each night. The Tour du Mont Blanc really is a trek filled with superlatives from beginning to end and the ever changing mountain panoramas will just blow you away.

Your trek starts and finishes in Les Houches (with the last night in Chamonix) and covers all of the Tour du Mont Blanc so that you won’t miss a single step of this fabulous walk. It includes the start through Les Contamines Nature Reserve, a fabulous few days through the Val Veni and Val Ferret and finishes on a high with two days walking in the Aiguilles Rouges, which give the best views of the Mont Blanc Massif.

Connoisseurs will enjoy this version of the Tour du Mont Blanc as you taste, see and smell all her different sides and have the opportunity to choose several interesting variants. The character of the massif and surrounding valleys change dramatically as you walk through France, Italy and Switzerland on your Tour du Mont Blanc and enjoying the delicacies of each country is one of the highlights of the tour.

Day 1: Arrive Les Houches

The pretty village of Les Houches is easily accessible by either train or shuttle from Geneva Airport in just over an hour. On arrival you can settle into your comfortable hotel, stroll through the town and get ready for your adventure on the Tour du Mont Blanc.


Dinner & Overnight: Chalet Hotel Les Campanules**, Les Houches



Enjoying wonderful views the 2 star Chalet Hotel Campanules punches well above its weight with great views, service and comfortable rooms.


or: Hotel Du Bois***, Les Houches


Enjoying a wonderful outlook the 3* Hotel du Bois offers comfortable rooms, great food and has a sauna and swimming pool.



DAY 2:
Les Houches - Bellevue (1801m) – Les Contamines


Your Tour du Mont Blanc starts with either a climb from Les Houches out of the Chamonix Valley to Bellevue(1801m) or a quick 10 minute ride on the Bellevue telepherique.



At Bellevue (1801m) you have the option of taking the tough route via Chalet de Miage, which is dominated by the Dôme du Goûter and Aiguille de Bionnasay as you pass just beneath the snout of the Glacier de Bionnassay. After passing the idyllic Chalet de Miage you descend to Les Contamines.


The easier option winds through beautiful forests and through alpine pastures via Bionnassay to Les Contamines.


Walk via Bionnassay: 16km, 5 Hours, 646m Ascent, 633m Descent


Walk via Chalets de Miage: 18km, 7.5 Hours, 1478m ascent, 1318m descent


Optional Cable Car: Reduces both routes by 2 hours and 900m of ascent.


Dinner & Overnight:
Hotel Chemenaz***
, Les Contamines


The Chalet style Hotel Chemenaz is just outside the village, has 38 bedrooms and a swimming pool.


Or: Hotel Christiana**, Les Contamines


Ideally located in the centre of the village the Mermoud family have been welcoming guests to this friendly mountain style hotel for three generations.


Day 3: Les Contamines – Col Bonhomme (2329m) – Refuge des Mottets/Les Chapieux

A gentle start from Les Contamines for the first 5km along the valley floor to chapel at Notre Dame de la Gorge (shuttle transfer possible). Here the path turns upwards and climbs steadily on the Chemin Roman through the Contamines Montjoie Nature Reserve towards the distant Col du Bonhomme. A steady climb reveals increasingly rugged views of the high peaks and you quickly reach the rugged landscapes of the Col du Bonhomme (2329 m).


A further hour on rough and rocky ground brings up the Col de la Croix du Bonhomme. Here you can either climb over the Col des Fours (2665m) and descend steeply to Refuge des Mottets or alternatively descend to Les Chapieux.


Walk to Refuge des Mottets:16km, 1500m Ascent, 900m Descent, 8 Hours


Walk to Les Chapieux: 18km, 1316m Ascent, 929m Descent, 7 – 7.5 Hours.


Dinner & Overnight: Either Refuge des Mottets, which is an idyllically located mountain refuge that was refurbished recently and has comfortable private rooms and is well known for its hearty evening meals.


Or: Refuge de la Nova in Les Chapieux. This is a friendly mountain hotel in a lovely location and the next morning you simply take the shuttle bus up to Refuge des Mottets.


Day 4: Refuge des Mottets to Courmayeur

The Col de la Seigne (2516m) and lies a steep 750m above the Refuge des Mottets and is where you leave France for Italy. Just wait until you see the view! Stupendous! The steep southern side of the Mont Blanc Massif, made up of jagged peaks, hanging glaciers and plunging waterfalls, seems close enough to touch. The trail descends through high alpine meadows past refuge Elisabetta into the Val Veni.


Here you must choose either the tough option which climbs via Col Chécrouit to Courmayeur or the easy option of continuing past the snout of the huge Glacier du Miage to Visaille, where you catch the shuttle bus into Courmayeur.


Walk to La Visaille: 15km, 900m Ascent, 790m Descent, 5 – 5.5 Hours


Walk to Courmayeur: 27.5km, 1160m Ascent, 1818m Descent, 8 – 9 Hours


Alternative: This is a really long day if you follow the official route all the way to Courmayeur via Col Chécrouit. It can be shortened by catching the bus from La Visaille in the Val Veni to Courmayeur. This cuts about 10km, 500m ascent and 1100m descent from the day. If you want to walk this section we suggest adding an extra night in Courmayeur and returning to La Visaille the next day to walk this section.


Overnight: Hotel Bouton d’Or*** , Courmayeur


Located just a few minutes from the pedestrianised centre of Courmayeur the family run Hotel Bouton d’Or is wonderfully friendly and has a calm garden and terrace in which to relax.


ort: Hotel Crampon***, Courmayeur Located in the heart of Courmayeur the family run Hotel Crampon has a large garden and comfortable rooms.


Day 5: Courmayeur to Refugio Bonatti

In good weather the walk from Courmayeur to Refugio Bonatti is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable of your Tour du Mont Blanc. Choose from three variations for the next section, all of which start with a steep climb from Courmayeur. The main route then contours around the flank of Mont de la Saxe on an undulating path giving you plenty of time to take in the dramatic icy panorama of the Mont Blanc Massif and Grand Jorasses across the valley.


The variants via Col Sapin or Mont de la Saxe include more climbing but the views are arguably better. Whichever route you choose Refugio Bonatti, the crème de la crème of alpine refuges, marks the end of your day.


Walk: 12km, 860m Ascent, 698m descent, 4.5 hours. (The variants almost double the ascent and add 2 hours)


Dinner & Overnight: Refugio Bonatti


The privately owned Refugio Bonatti has a reputation as one of the best in the Alps. You will have a private twin room. Your bags cannot be transferred to Bonatti due to a lack of road access so you will need to carry a few overnight things with you.


Day 6: Refugio Bonatti – Grand col Ferret – La Fouly

The day begins with a glorious contouring walk from Refugio Bonatti before descending into Val Ferret, where the climb of Grand col Ferret begins. The top of the col brings up Switzerland. Descending through picture book scenes of chalets, grazing cattle and fabulous alpine views you soon reach La Fouly, an idyllic alpine village of wooden chalets overflowing with flowers. 


Walk: 20km, 895m Ascent, 1410m Descent, 6 – 6.5 Hours


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel Edelweiss, La Fouly


Hotel Edelweiss is a comfortable mountain chalet style hotel.


Day 7: La Fouly to Champex

Walking through the Val Ferret with its patchwork of peaceful forests and green pastures is balm for the body and soul as this is the easiest stage of the TMB. On the way to Champex you will be walking on some of the quietest trails in the Mont Blanc Massif. The village of Les Arlaches, made up of traditional wooden Swiss Chalets, seems to have leapt from a postcard and is a highlight of the day. Your overnight stop is the lakeside town of Champex.


Walk: 15km, 4.5 Hours, Ascent: 450m, Descent: 550m


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel du Glacier***, Champex


Since 1895 the Bisselx family have welcomed guests to their comfortable mountain hotel in the true tradition of Swiss hospitality. You can look forward to relaxing on the sunny terraces and dinner featuring regional specialities.


Day 8: Champex - Trient

The official route goes via Alp Bovine, a splendid walk through pine and larch forests interspersed with alpine meadows and wonderful views down the Rhône Valley.


Alternatively the demanding variant goes via the spectacular Fenêtre d’Arpette to the Trient Valley. Climbing to 2665m it’s a challenging and exposed route but worth every step. Whichever route you choose you will end the day by descending right to the valley floor to the small village of Trient.


Walk via Alp Bovine: 17.5km, 700m Ascent: 840 m Descent, 5.5 Hours. Walk via Fenêtre d’Arpette: 15.5km, 1184m Ascent, 1330m descent, 7 Hours


Dinner & Overnight: Auberge Relais du Mont Blanc Or: Hotel la Grande Ourse, Trient


Nestled deep in the valley Trient is always bursting with walkers on the Tour du Mont Blanc and Walkers Haut Route and both of these hostelries cater admirably for them.


Day 9: Trient - Col de La Balme – Tré le Champ – Argentière

From Trient, you climb to reach the French border at Col de Balme (2191 m). 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! The route then continues via the Col des Posettes and Aiguillette des Posettes, with wonderful views throughout, before descending into the Chamonix Valley at Tré le Champ.


From Tré le Champ you can either walk the 1.5km to your hotel in Argentiere or catch the free shuttle bus.


Walk: 11.5km, 1069m Ascent, 950m Descent, 5 Hours


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel Couronne***, Argentière


Located on the main road in the heart of Argentiere the Hotel Couronne has 40 comfortable rooms and a restaurant specialising in Savoyard dishes.


Day 10: Argentière to Planpraz

The next two days are in my opinion the highlight of the Tour du Mont Blanc. The views across the Chamonix Valley to the Mont Blanc Massif are outstanding throughout.

From your hotel the trail climbs via Aiguillette de Argentière to the Grand Balcon Sud of the Aiguilles Rouges, taking in a few fixed ladders on the way. You are now in the Aiguilles Rouge Nature Reserve and sightings of Ibex, Marmot and many other furry creatures are common.

You continue to climb to Lac Blanc, where the idyllically situated refuge is the perfect spot for lunch. Another hour of descent brings you to the cable car station at Le Flégère, continue past the cable car and take the 'Balcon Sud' route traversing across the mountain side with stunning views of Mont Blanc as you go. The balcony route arrives at Planpraz where you can take the cable car down to the centre of Chamonix.


 Walk: 12km, 6-7 Hours, Ascent: 1450m, Descent: 800m


Overnight: Hotel l’Arve***, Chamonix


Enjoying a quiet location with great views, despite being so close to the centre of Chamonix, the hotel l'Arve has 37 comfortable rooms and a friendly welcoming atmosphere.


Day 11: Planpraz to Les Houches

Begin your day by catching the cable car back up to Planpraz. For your last day on the Tour du Mont Blanc you have several options. The toughest, but most rewarding takes you all the way to Les Houches via the Col du Brevant & the rocky pedestal of the le Brévent (2525m). Mont Blanc seems within touching distance on the opposite side of the valley. Descent past Lac Brevent and traverse onwards to Bel Lachat before making the descent to Les Houches and a short bus or train ride will take you back to Chamonix. This day can be shortened at several points.

Chamonix is the centre of mountaineering in the French Alps and always a hive of activity and is the perfect place to celebrate the end of your walk around Mont Blanc.


Walk: 11km, 430m Ascent, 1530m Descent, 6 Hours


Overnight: 3* Hotel l’Arve, Chamonix


Day 12: Onward Travel

Chamonix is a great base to spend a couple of days and we would recommend that you add extra nights here. You can enjoy some fabulous walking in the Aiguilles Rouge Park, take the cable car to the Aiguille du Midi at 3795m or perhaps the train to the Montenvers on the Mer de Glace. If you are heading home there are numerous shuttles, buses and trains back to Geneva and throughout France.

Accommodation

11 Nights accommodation is included in your trip. 8 Nights are in small hotels (generally 2 & 3*) and 3 nights are in auberges/refuges in a private twin rooms as hotels are not available in these locations.


We carefully select small friendly hotels that offer great value, food and welcomes. The accommodation we normally use is detailed in the itinerary.


Private Rooms on the Tour du Mont Blanc

As the Tour du Mont Blanc season is short and as the "Comfort" trips have proved to be especially popular this year, please be aware that there is currently no guarantee that private rooms will be available in the smaller accommodations. We will still continue to do all we can to accommodate your preferences.


Solo Walkers & Single Rooms

This trip is not available to solo walkers. Single rooms are available on 8 nights and a single supplement is payable. 


Meals

11 breakfasts and 8 evening meals are included (Courmayeur & Chamonix not included). Packed lunches are available from your accommodation (order the night before) or you can stop on the way. Allow about €10 per day for lunch. Drinks are not included but available at all overnight accommodation.

Time of Year

The season for the Tour du Mont Blanc runs from mid June to mid September. The trail is sometimes closed until the last week of June due to snow, in which case your tour would need to be rescheduled or cancelled. Please note that public transport in the area in the shoulder months of June and September is limited. This means that certain 'short cut' options will not be at your disposal during these months. Those hiking in these months should be prepared to walk the full distances each day. In the itinerary description you will find the daily distances both with and without any possible short cuts.


Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

This tour is not available to solo walkers and single rooms are not available except on the first and last nights. A supplement is payable.


Grade & Terrain

The Tour du Mont Blanc is a tough trek with considerable ascent and descent on each day. We would suggest that you are an experienced walker who is looking for a challenge. If you currently don’t enjoy an active lifestyle we suggest regular walking in hilly terrain supplemented by cardio vascular exercise for at least 6 months prior to your walk. A good gym or personal trainer will be able to draw up a personalised training programme. The terrain is mountainous, rocky and rough underfoot.


Navigation, Route Notes & Maps

The Tour du Mont Blanc is well waymarked with a combination of signs, arrows and the famous red and white stripes which can be found on tress, rocks or posts. We supply a detailed guidebook, notes and 2 good quality IGN maps. We strongly advise that you are comfortable using a map and compass for navigation as the weather and visibility can change very quickly in the mountains.


Baggage Transfers

Baggage transfer is included as standard, allowing you to enjoy the trek with just a light day bag on your back. We ask that you limit your baggage to one bag per person with a maximum weight of 15kg per person. On this particular itinerary, your bags cannot be transfered to Refugio Bonatti (night 5), due to the inaccessibilty of the accommodation. You will need to carry your overnight things on these days and you will be reunited with your main bag the following day.


If you would prefer not to have bag transfer, and prefer to carry everything on your back as you walk, this can also be arranged. Just ask one of your Destination and Adventure specialists for more information. 


Travel Insurance

It is a requirement of booking this tour with Macs Adventure that you have suitable travel insurance which covers you for the activity, emergency evacuation and hospital care.


General Information

The distances and ascents/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example, proper rain gear (jacket and trousers), sun hat and sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a day pack.


Travel during the walk

You will need to use the cable car from La Flégère to get to and from your accommodation in Chamonix on day 9/10.


If you are finding the going too tough you can use lifts or public transport to skip several of the stages or big ascents/descents. Public transport and lifts/funiculars are not included and although your info pack has full details of each transfer you need to pay for these.


The following transfers are necessary during your walk. You should allow about €40 for these transfers.


Day 10: Cable car from La Flégère to Chamonix


Day 11: Cable car from Chamonix to La Flégère

Getting to Les Houches/from Chamonix

By Air: Geneva is the best airport for the Chamonix valley. From here you catch a train if you wish , but the best option is to take a pre-booked shuttle through a company such as Mountain Dropoffs. Your Destination & Adventure Specialist will be happy to book this for you.


By Rail: TGV to Saint-Gervais-Le Fayet. www.voyages-sncf.com For the return, there are regular trains between Chamonix and St Gervais les Bains Le Fayet.


By Road:
Highway A40-E25 Mont Blanc-Chamonix, exit Saint-Gervais-Le Fayet. More information at www.viamichelin.fr


Parking: In Les Houches you can park for free at the Bellevue Cable Car station.
In Chamonix, free parking at the Aiguille du Midi & the parking Planards (Montenvers station).



Travel during the walk

You will need to use the cable car from La Flégère to get to and from your accommodation in Chamonix on day 9/10. 


If you are finding the going too tough you can use lifts or public transport to skip several of the stages or big ascents/descents. Public transport and lifts/funiculars are not included and although your info pack has full details of each transfer you need to pay for these.


The following transfers are necessary during your walk. You should allow about €40 for these transfers.


Day 10: Cable car from La Flégère to Chamonix


Day 11: Cable car from Chamonix to La Flégère

Included

  • 8 Nights in 2 & 3 star hotels on a twin/double share basis
  • 3 Nights in auberge/refuges in private rooms
  • 11 Breakfasts
  • Daily baggage transfer (with the exception of Rifugio Bonatti)
  • 8 Dinners (Chamonix & Courmayeur excluded)
  • Detailed maps, information pack, route notes and guidebook for group leader
  • Organisational backup and emergency assistance.

Excluded

  • Mountain rescue / emergency assistance
  • Travel insurance (required)
  • Travel to Les Houches and from Chamonix
  • Lunches (allow 10 Euro per day)
  • 3 Dinners
  • Cable cars
  • Local bus/shuttle transfers if required
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Personal equipment

Extras

  • Additional nights before, during or after the walk
  • Single room supplement if single room required in Les Houches/Chamonix

How fit do I need to be?

The Tour du Mont Blanc is a tough trek with considerable ascent and descent on each day. We would suggest that you are an experienced walker who is looking for a challenge. If you currently don’t enjoy an active lifestyle we suggest regular walking in hilly terrain supplemented by cardio vascular exercise for at least 6 months prior to your walk. A good gym or personal trainer will be able to draw up a personalised training programme.

Which is the best airport to fly to?

The closest airport is Geneva which is served by flights from throughout Europe and around the world.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised. This is a very popular hiking area with a short season. You will find up to date availability on our website and we will always try and accommodate your plans.

What personal equipment do I need?

You will need good walking shoes/boots (ideally waterproof), comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, sleeping sheet, a day pack and hats/gloves etc. A detailed kit list is included in your information pack.

How do the baggage transfers work? 

Baggage transfer is included as standard, allowing you to enjoy the trek with just a light day bag on your back. We ask that you limit your baggage to one bag per person with a maximum weight of 15kg per person. On this particular itinerary, your bags cannot be transfered to Refugio Bonatti (night 5), due to the inaccessibilty of the accommodation. You will need to carry your overnight things on these days and you will be reunited with your main bag the following day.

If you would prefer not to have bag transfer, and prefer to carry everything on your back as you walk, this can also be arranged. Just ask one of your Destination and Adventure specialists for more information.

When is the best time of year?

The season for the Tour du Mont Blanc runs from mid June to mid September. The trail is sometimes closed until the last week of June due to snow, in which case your tour would need to be rescheduled or cancelled.

What happens if I can't walk a stage? 

Some sections of the Tour du Mont Blanc are very easy to skip with the use of public transport, while others are very difficult, time consuming and expensive. We provide you with a handy 'Public Transport and Bad Weather Guide' to the TMB before you leave and will help you in any way possible should you be unable to walk a stage.

TMB-Don't miss this hike of a lifetime!

5

The TMB will provide memories that last a lifetime! A challenging, but very rewarding hike with scenery that is out of this world. Every day provided new, expansive vistas. We particularly enjoyed all the people from around the world we met along the route, many of whom seemed like fast friends by the end of the journey! It was a joy every evening to sit at the hotel or refuge and discuss the day's events with fellow hikers over a glass or wine or beer, followed be a delicious dinner. No particular skill needed, but you need to be fit enough to hike 10-15 miles a day for 10-12 days in a row, through steep and sometimes rugged terrain. But so worth it!

Bill and Betsy

Vermont, USA

Trip of a Lifetime!

5

This trip was an wonderful and unbelievable experience. The hiking was challenging at times but if you're in good shape you can take your whole day at your own pace. We did have one 18 mile day but the rest were all 8-10 miles. The people along the way, the staff in all of our accommodations, all exceeded our expectations.

DonnaBrian

New Hampshire USA

Efficient and effective

4

Very easy company to use. Good information provided and prompt responses to any questions. They delivered what they promised. There were 2 accommodations that were well below expectations. While private rooms were provided, they were not en suite, and the experience in both was virtually identical to staying in a refuge. The places, Hotel des Glaciers in La Fouly and Hotel du Mont Blanc in Trient, should be avoided.

None

USA

Terrific company & service supporting a fantastic trek

5

I cannot recommend both Mac's Adventure and this tour enough. My boyfriend and I just got back from a two-week trip, 10-days of which were spent trekking Mont Blanc. The hike is spectacular, and unlike anything we've ever done. While challenging, we savored every moment, and were thrilled to have nice, warm accommodations every night. Our one snafu was that our luggage, with all our trekking gear, was lost by the airlines on our way to Geneva. This was very stressful and an unfortunate start to our trip. Mac's, however, was incredibly helpful and supportive throughout the process, even though this was not their issue or fault. When our bags were found, Mac's helped us re-arrange the luggage transfer and the pick-up process. Go on this trip! It's awesome!

Nora

San Francisco, CA

Awesome way to experience the Tour du Mont Blanc!

5

Macs Adventure is a stellar tour organizer. We had a terrific experience with them from start to finish - from the first moment we requested information, to our flight home, Macs was helpful, professional, and really made sure we had a great time. They even helped us get through a tough time where our luggage from our flight was delayed for five days! Everything you could want from a tour operator - personalized, friendly service; timely and complete information; no snags in any bookings; and great value for what you get. Macs Adventure gets my strongest recommendation!

Evan H

San Francisco

Once in a Lifetime Adventure

5

We thoroughly enjoyed our 10 days on the trail. It didn't hurt that the scenery was spectacular, the weather perfect, and the food above average. The hiking was plenty challenging, especially since we opted to carry our gear. The hotels ranged from good to exceptional. We enjoyed evening chats over beer with like minded tourists we met en route. We did not like having to share sleeping space with 20 others in a refuge, but that was just one night. Other than that, no complaints and lots of memories to last a lifetime.

Arlo

USA

Great experience!

5

This was a fantastic walking break with some of the most spectacular scenery. Everything was well organised and the accommodation was very good with some variations which is positive! The hotel we were least impressed was the Vallee Blanche in Chamonix. The room was quite gloomy and the bathroom was in need of some upgrading with mould along the ceiling and the bath tiles. The outstanding hotel for us was Hotel Belvedere in Champex. Despite a rather messy look from the outside we had a lovely room with a balcony and the food was the best of the whole trip! Amazing! The refuges were a new experience and can honestly say they were so clean and welcoming. The food was wholesome and that was where we met some interesting people. Bonatti was great and very well organised. The walks each day were manageable although our distances some time seemed to measure longer than the guide given. The ladders nearer the end of the trip were fine although it did seem to put some people off. A holiday to remember for a long time to come

Lady M

Scottish Borders

great trek around Mount Blanc

5

If I were to to it again I would break up the Les Chapieux to Courmayeur hike into two days and also would book more time in Courmayeur--it is worth spending more time there. All the accommodations were fine, but especially liked the Bouton d'Or there. We didn't like taking the bus and wanted to hike the whole route.

Thomas

California

Cracking trip and so well organised

4

We wanted to do the Tour de Mont Blanc without the hassle and that's exactly what we got. Mac's arranged a custom trip for us because we wanted our rest day in the middle but still at Courmayeur. Everything was straightforward from being met at the airport to baggage transfers and accommodation check ins. Our only gripe was the very mixed standard of accommodation; Chamonix, Courmayeur and Argentiere were first class but La Fouly and Trient were much less so. We were made to feel like the hotels were doing us a favour and 3* for shared ablutions; I don't think so.

Simon D

Lincolnshire

Trip of A Lifetime!

5

Mac's did an outstanding job putting my trip together. Daily hiking segments were both manageable yet challenging; a couple of enjoyable 'easy' days and a couple of climbing days that left me thinking 'Wow-I did it!' Accommodations ranged from the basic refuge to hotel pampering-it was fun to experience the spectrum. And always, a good, clean bed and fantastic food! Mac's provided the trail guide and maps-everything we needed to navigate 100+ miles in the Alps. Their staff were always quick to respond to questions or concerns I had beforehand. I'm looking forward to my next adventure with Mac's!

Barblovestohike

Rocky Mountains of Montana (USA)

Complete Tour du Mont Blanc Comfort

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