Climb Mont Blanc safely with High Mountain Guide
From: € 550
Climbing Mont Blanc is the dream of all mountain lovers we have had since we were little.
Without being a very technical mountain, it is not an easy summit and requires good training and practice of crampon riding. Its height must also be taken into consideration. Let yourself be guided to its 4808m summit.
If you prefer to climb Mont Blanc by another route or climb another mountain in the Alps, do not hesitate to propose your mountain to us.
Come to climb the highest summit in continental Europe with a professional Guide!
Trip to Chamonix
The first day is the journey to Chamonix.
Climb up to the Tête Rousse refuge
We come into contact with the mountain. First we will take the Les Houches cable car, to connect with the Mont Blanc rack railway, which will take us up to the Eagle’s Nest at 2372 meters, where our ascent begins. The walk to the vicinity of the Tête Rousse refuge presents no difficulty. Tête Rouse, 3200m.
Difference in altitude: 900 meters. Approximate time: 3 to 3:30 hours.
Climb to the Goütter refuge
From this point the mountain straightens up and shows us its most dangerous part.
Leaving the Tête Rouse refuge and after about 30 minutes, we must quickly cross the great corridor that descends from the top of the mountain. From here we will follow a vertical wall between loose stones and sections with security cable, which will lead us to the same balcony of the Goûter refuge, at 3,817 meters.
Difference in altitude: 600 meters. Approximate time: 3 to 4 hours.
At around 2 in the morning we will have breakfast, in order to leave for the summit an hour or an hour and a half later. We will go up the Aiguille du Goûter of 3863 meters and the Dôme du Goûter of 4304 meters. At sunrise, we will be approximately near the Vallot refuge, to face the final stretch of the climb up the edge of the Bosses. Arriving between 9 and 10 in the morning to the summit of Mont Blanc.
We will make the descent following the same route, passing through the Goûter refuge and the Tête Rousse refuge, where we will sleep.
Difference in altitude: 1000 meters up and 2430 down. Approximate time: 8 to 10 hours.
I return to Chamonix.
We will descend to the Eagle’s Nest where we will take the rack railway, and later the cable car that will take us to Chamonix.
Travel day back home.
DAYS: 6 days (the programs are customizable and the number of days can be adapted)
You can also adjust a custom route.
17 of August
Best season: June 15 to September 15. Ask for a date.
Included in the price:
- High mountain guide AEGM, IFMGA / UIAGM with great experience in the region
- Collective material (rope, tapes …)
The service excludes:
- Does not include the trip to Chamonix, the hotel in Chamonix, cable car, Mont Blanc rack railway, meals in Chamonix and during the trip and the MPs in the two shelters. All these expenses of the guide, are not included either and are in charge of the client / s. You have to calculate approximately 600 € for two people and the guide.
- Tips (Optional).
We have realized that many times you needlessly pay for insurance that you already have or do not want to pay.
We do not include insurance on our trips; what we do is help you assess what insurance you need in each type of activity and how far you want them to cover your activity.
For each trip we will jointly study what insurance you have already served and which we have to expand or cover: to ensure the cancellation of the flight or the entire trip, in many cases it is advisable an international medical insurance, and a rescue and repatriation insurance It may be essential on some occasions.
If you want insurance contact us and we will find the one that fits your needs AQUÍ.