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Classic Tour du Mont Blanc Trek in Comfort
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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

Our Classic Tour du Mont Blanc in comfort covers the majority on the Tour du Mont Blanc over 8 walking days. 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.

Our Classic Tour du Mont Blanc in Comfort starts and finishes in Les Houches and covers most of the TMB apart from the two sections in the Val Veni around Courmayeur and the section from Ferret to Champex in the Swiss Val Ferret.
It includes the start through Les Contamines Nature Reserve 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 the mountains different sides and have the opportunity to choose several interesting variants, while staying in comfortable accommodation with private rooms throughout.

For all the information you could possibly need on the Tour du Mont Blanc, please visit our Online Tour du Mont Blanc Information Page, or download our free Tour du Mont Blanc Guide

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 three star hotel, stroll through the town and get ready for your adventure on the Tour du Mont Blanc.


Dinner & Overnight: 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 to Les Contamines

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


At Bellevue 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, 650m Ascent, 630m Descent


Walk via Chalets de Miage: 18km, 7.5 Hours, 1500m ascent, 1300m descent


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


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


Located in a tranquil area almost directly on the TMB trail and a
pleasant 10 minute walk to the village centre- enjoy this evening's
luxurious 5 course meal!



Day 3: Les Contamines to Les Chapieux/Refuge des Mottets

A gentle start from Les Contamines for the first 4km along the valley floor to chapel at Notre Dame de la Gorge. 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 Les Chapieux: 18km, 7.5 Hours, 1300m Ascent, 950m Descent


Walk to Refuge des Mottetts via Col des Fours: 20km, 1600m Ascent, 880m Descent, 8 Hours.


Optional shuttle: Taking the optional shuttle from Les Contamines to Notre Dame de la Gorge reduces the distance by 5km and time by an hour.


Dinner & Overnight: Either Refuge des Mottets idyllically situated with over 50 beds and a welcome meal at the end of a great day.


Or: Auberge de La Nova, Les Chapieux. The friendly and comfortable Auberge de la Nova serves a great beer and even better grub.


Day 4: Les Chapieux to Courmayeur

From Les Chapieux you can either walk the 5km up the road or catch the local shuttle to Refuge des Mottets. The Col de la Seigne (2516m) 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 and past the snout of the huge Glacier du Miage to Visaille, where you catch the shuttle bus into Courmayeur.


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


Overnight: Hotel Crampon***, Courmayeur


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


Or: Hotel Bouton d'Or***, Cormayeur


Also located in the centre of Cormayeur, Patrizia and family offer
the warmest of welcomes and one of the very best breakfasts on the
trail!


Day 5: Courmayeur to Champex

The day begins with a short local bus to Arnuva 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. From La Fouly you catch the bus to the lakeside village of Champex.


Walk: 15km, 5.5 Hours, 895m Ascent, 1125m Descent


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 6: Champex to 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, 745m Ascent: 900 m Descent, 5.5 Hours.


Walk via Fenêtre d’Arpette: 15.5km, 1200m Ascent, 1450m descent, 7 Hours


Dinner & Overnight: Auberge Relais du Mont Blanc or La Grand 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. These are both fairly basic
mountain auberges but you will have a private twin room.


Day 7: Trient to 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 Argentière or catch the free shuttle bus.


Walk: 11.5km, 1070m 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 8: 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 Tré le Champ 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 La Flégère, continue on the Grand Balcon du Sud path through woodland and arrive at Planpraz where you can take the cable car down to Chamonix. 


Walk: 11.5km, 7.5 Hours, Ascent: 1300m, Descent: 530m


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 9: 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 rocky pedestal of Le Brévent (2525m). Mont Blanc seems within touching distance on the opposite side of the valley.


Then it is just the long descent to Les Houches in the valley and a short bus or train ride to Chamonix. This day can be shortened at several points. You can catch the cable car from Plan Praz (2 hours) or Le Brévent (3.5 – 4 hours). Both of which cut out the long descent from Le Brévent to Les Houches and deliver you right back to Chamonix.


Chamonix is the centre of mountaineering in the French Alps and always a hive of activity. 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 10: 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

9 Nights accommodation is included in your trip, 7 Nights are in 3 star hotels and 2 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 warm welcome. 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 most and a single supplement is payable. 


Meals

9 Breakfasts and 6 Dinners are included (not in Courmayeur or Chamonix).  Breakfast in the 3* hotels is a buffet selection with lots of sweet treats like pastries, home made jams fruit and cereals. Savoury tastes are also catered for with bread, cheese, ham and eggs available.


Breakfasts in the mountain hotels and huts tend to be very basic; bread, butter, jams, coffee, tea and orange juice.  If you prefer something more substantial before walking, we recommend carrying a few energy bars with you each day and supplement your breakfast with one of these.


Packed lunch items can be bought locally from supermarkets or the local boulangerie. If you are staying in a hut or remote accommodation, order a packed lunch with them upon arrival.


Dinner in the hotels will be at least three courses chosen from a fixed menu, and sometimes there is a choice available. Dinner in the mountain huts tend to be a convivial affair, and you will be seated with the other guests. Meal times are a real highlight in the huts, and you can enjoy the company of people from all over the world while you dine on good honest home cooked food. Dinner is typically soup with bread, a main course consisting of meat and rice or pasta, a side salad or vegetables, followed by a simple dessert or cheese. If you have any dietary requirements, please tell us upon booking and we can arrange this with the accommodations.


In Chamonix and Courmayeur. dinner is not included so you are free to choose from the available options. Savoyard specialities are mostly based on cheese. Dishes which shouldn’t be missed include fondue, tartiflette and raclette.




Time of Year

For 2018, the TMB has been extremely popular and as a result, we are
only taking bookings for the persiod 23rd of July - the 13th of August.
Even for these dates, we can not guarantee confirmation of the trip, so
please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received full
confirmation of your trip from your Destination Specialist.   


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. There are two sections that include the use of fixed ladders and footholds, and require some very light scrambling. This is on the Grand Balcon du Sud route between Tré-le-Champ and Lac Blanc/Le Flègére on Day 8 and again between Col du Brévent and Le Brévent on Day 9. Both sections can be avoided by taking an alternative route. These will be detailed in your route notes.




Navigation, Route Notes & Maps

The Tour du Mont Blanc is comprehensively way marked at all junctions and by regular paint marks along the trail. We supply you with detailed 1:25 000 IGN maps, a comprehensive guidebook and route notes so you should have absolutely no problem following the route. We also provide you with access to the Macs Adventure Smartphone App, which you can use to navigate. We strongly recommend using this App, or at least having it on your phone ready to use should you ever be in any doubt about your direction. You should also polish up on your map and compass skills prior to departing, as weather and visibility can change very quickly in the mountains, and these kinds of skills never go out of fashion!




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.


If you would prefer not to have bag transfer, and  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.

Getting to Les Houches

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, they 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

In order to focus on the best sections of the TMB you will skip some stages of the walk using public transport and lifts. These are very realiable and easy to catch. We include full details, fares and timetables in your information pack so it couldn’t be easier. You will need to pay for these locally. 


Day 2: Optional Telepherique from Les Houches to Bellevue (1801m)


Day 3: Optional shuttle from Les Chapieux to Ville des Glaciers if not going over Col des Fours.


Day 4: Local bus or taxi from la Visaille to Courmayeur.


Day 5: Local bus or taxi from Courmayeur to Arnuva; Swiss Postal Bus Ferret - Champex via Orsières.


Day 7: Optional ski lift from Col de La Balme – Le Tour


Day 8: Cable car from Le Flégère to Chamonix


Day 9: Cable car from Chamonix to Le Flégère

Included

  • 7 Nights in 3 star hotels on a twin/double share basis
  • 2 Nights in auberge/refuges in private rooms
  • Bag transfer
  • 9 Breakfasts
  • 6 Dinners (Chamonix & Courmayeur excluded)
  • Detailed maps, information pack, route notes, guide book, GPX tracks and access to the Macs Adventure navigation app
  • Organisational assistance and backup our office.

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

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.

If you would prefer not to have bag transfer, and  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.

Awesome trip hiking the Tour du Mont Blanc

5

The TMB was a spectacular hike. Macs Adventures booked great accomodations and the logistics were superb. We enjoyed the self-guided tour so we could set our own pace every day. We highly recommend this tour and Macs Adventures.

HG

Nevada

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Our Mont Blanc 2018 Tour!

5

Simply put.... this was one of the best experiences of my life. Although the daily distances (and elevation changes!) were sometimes challenging - the rewards of the scenery and people we met on the trail made everything worth it. Mac's did a great job, not only with the accommodations (wow!), but also responding to any questions we had. Thank you for the trip of a lifetime

Ricochet17

Blowing Rock NC

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Wonderful vacation and a superb trek

5

Some Trek Notes: 1. We completed our trek almost exactly as pre-planned. 2. We took the very easy standard route on Day 1 (ie very, very easy via the Bellevue cable car). Given fine weather, and a repeat trip, I'd want to do the variant via Col de Tricot (using the cable car again out of Les Houches); another alternative to avoid the climb over the Col de Tricot would be to cut off from the variant and take the trail down to Le Champel from just below the Bionassay glacier. 3. On day 2 we did take the safe option of the direct descent to Les Chapieux rather than the extra climb over Col des Fours for the direct approach to Refuge Mottets. Viewing the Col des Fours from Mottets, that was a wise decision as there was still a lot of snow visible on the downward side of the col. 4. On day 3 we did take the bus from Visaille into Courmayeur rather than the walking section over Col Chécrouit. Next time(?), we'll not linger over lunch at Refugio Elisabetta but give ourselves the time to complete the walk into Courmayeur. 5. On the penultimate day, having taken the diversion to Lac Blanc, we took the cable car from Flégère into Chamonix rather than walking on to Plan Praz. 6. On the final day we took the cable car back to Flégère and continued the Grand Balcon Sud to Plan Praz then finished on a high note with the climb to Brévent summit and took the cable car down to Chamonix rather than the 1500m of trail descent. 7. A few snow patches remaining on the higher passes (Col du Bonhomme, Col de la Siegne, Col Ferret) and on Brévent; but no difficulties. 8. Macs Adventure overall grading of the walk as strenuous is about correct but it is quite achievable by reasonably fit walkers prepared for some longish days. The median age for our group was 66 and we all felt to be walking within our capabilities - no struggles and able to fully enjoy the scenery.

Singapore Brit

Singapore

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Wonderful experience

5

Amazing experience. We never found the terrain too challenging but had been walking in the Scottish hills every couple of weeks in the run up to our trip. The two people we met who were suffering with injury or aches hadn't trained at all. Accomodation on the trip was excellent overall. Highlights of the trip was the amazing scenic views of the Mont Blanc massif and the camaraderie that developed with people that we met along the trail. This was our first real multi day trekking holiday, hopefully first of many.

Jim

Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire

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MACS Adventure get top marks on our trekking holiday!

5

For those that enjoy the thrill and freedom of hiking, MACS Adventure provides the independence to go at your pace and the type of lodgings... whether a Mountain Refuge or a Hotel at the end of the day. The Tour du Mont Blanc is the perfect vacation for allowing that.

Les...the Dad!

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

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Overall very positive but a few changes would be nice

4

Erin our rep at MacAdventures was helpful, friendly and responsive. We liked all the accommodations with the exception of La Grande Ourse, in Trient. Our room was a sterile white cell with a light bulb hanging from the ceiling. The manager could not have been more rude and the food was bad. More complete trip notes would have made the trip go more smoothly. The "directions" need to be more thorough so we talked to people with more complete documents in order to take the correct trails. It would have been hugely helpful to have the GPS maps Mac sent us match our itinerary, which they did not. Overall, wonderful scenery and a great and challenging vacation.

Fran

Santa Barbara, CA

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A lovely exciting and above all beautiful tour!

5

The Tour de Mont Blanc is an amazing hiking tour along the most beautiful mountain ranges of the Alpes. Some tracks were easy, others tough to do and some had some thrill factor in them (climbing ladders and iron wires, rocks etc). The different overnight locations were very well chosen, sometimes in a refuge, an auberge, a small hotel.

Marisa

The Hague

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Fantastic

5

Fantastic adventure. The walking was the best we have ever done and the views were spectacular all the time. We were lucky to have really good weather which made the whole thing wonderful. We were really impressed with the hotels that were booked - we mainly went for the comfort option as it allowed us to not have to not be in dorms (I'm a very light sleeper) and the hotels far exceeded expectations - lovely staff, good breakfasts, big comfortable rooms. Ironically, the place we liked most was Refuge Mottets due to the wonderful atmosphere and really being away from it so it may be worth thinking aout this when deciding which option to pick. We found the walking hard going but not unmanageable. Day 2 was particuarly long - as we decided to take the Col De Fours option - but it made the rest of the days seem much more relaxed! I'm glad we did the training that we did do before going - it made the whole trip much more enjoyable. We didn't add a rest day in to the trip and I do wish we had have - Courmayer would be a good choice! Overall an excellent experience - really pleased with all communication from Macs and a fantastic trip!

Anna

Oxford

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Recommended!

4

Beautiful trek though physically demanding with average daily distance of 12 miles, and usually gaining 3000+ feet elevation. The second day was particularly demanding with a trek of about 18 miles and elevation of 5000+ feet. Accommodations were pleasant with uniformly good service and good meals. Baggage transfer was reliable. MACs was attentive to our needs and we encountered no confusion or difficulty during the trek.

Michele

Oregon

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A fabulous adventure in every way

5

A big thank you to Macs for organising our Tour du Mont Blanc adventure for us. We had a fabulous two weeks, amazing walking, perfect accommodation and met some super people along the way. Baggage transfers worked seamlessly and we definitely got better rooms than the independent travellers. The hoteliers spoke highly of Macs too hence we were well looked after. Nothing could have been better.

The Hairy Hikers

Wellingore, Lincoln

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