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  • Spend 7 days hiking along mountain paths, crossing high passes, and descending into picturesque valleys on a section of the Tour du Mont Blanc from Les Combines to Le Tour. Moving away from the well-trodden paths, you’ll walk at higher elevations and cross several glaciers. Another highlight are premier mountain huts you'll stay at each night, making for a more authentic mountain experience. You’re in for an all-inclusive hiking trip—you just have to show up! So lace up your boots and experience the Alps in a more challenging and unique way.

    • Meet your guide and fellow hikers at 9am in the car park for the Le Cugnon cable car in Les Contamines. Start hiking along a small path through the forest will take you to the traditional Tré la Tête refuge. Depending on the conditions, you will then either take the high-level traverse or cross the glacier to reach the Les Conscrits refuge at the end of the day. Enjoy a delicious meal at the refuge and meet your trekking squad in a more laid back atmosphere.
      Meals: Lunch and dinner
      Accommodation: Les Conscrits refuge
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 1,350 m (4,430 ft) descent

      A hiker on a high-elevation path in the Alps.
    • Start your day with a hearty breakfast. Your trekking today starts with crossing a glacier, followed by a scenic climb up to the Col du Tondu (2,880 m / 9,450 ft). The descent is a little more technical, albeit still enjoyable, with a few cables. Afterward, your group will head toward the Robert Blanc refuge, perched at 2,750 meters (9,020 ft) in the Vallée des Glaciers.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      Accommodation: Robert Blanc refuge
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 650 m (2,130 ft) ascent / 350 m (1,150 ft) descent

      Robert Blanc refuge below Alpine glaciers, one of the stops along the high-level Tour du Mont Blanc.
    • Start your hiking by following a beautiful high-level route leading you all the way to the Col de la Seigne (2,516 m / 8,255 ft) and a section along the classic TMB route. Descend to Lac Combal and its distinct milky-blue waters before taking the traverse path to the refuge where you’ll stay for the night. Rising up proudly in front, you can see the back of Mont Blanc, famous for its mountaineering history. Take in the views before dinner.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      Accommodation: Mountain refuge
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 850 m (2,790 ft) ascent / 1,000 m (3,280 ft) descent

      Alpine lake Lac Combin, characterized by a unique milky-blue color.
    • The fourth day of the walk starts with a descent into Courmayeur, a charming Italian town famous for quaint stone architecture and its scenic location. Pass through the historic center of the town, eat a gelato and then climb back up to Val Sapin and the Bertone refuge. Finish your hiking for the day with a beautiful panoramic traverse to the Bonatti refuge, one of the most famous mountain huts in the Alps named after the famous Italian mountaineer.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      Accommodation: Bonatti refuge
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 1,100 m (3,600 ft) ascent / 1,000 m (3,280 ft) descent

      A hiking trail winding through the beautiful Alpine landscapes seen on Tour du Mont Blanc.
    • Ahead of you on today’s trail stands Mont Dolent, a famous peak on the border between France, Switzerland, and Italy. Reach Grand Col Ferret (2,537 m / 8,320 ft) and enter Switzerland. This stage ends with a pleasant descent to the mountain pastures of La Peule and the village of La Fouly, nestled in the heart of the Valais canton. Today you’ll stay in an inn in the village with typical Swiss mountain architecture.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      Accommodation: Inn in La Fouly
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 1,000 m (3,280 ft) ascent / 1,300 m (4,265 ft) descent

      A Swiss village of La Fouly with traditional wooden houses and glaciated peaks in the distance.
    • After a short transfer to Praz de Fort, you will embark upon a beautiful climb to the Cabane d’Orny, situated at an elevation of 2,800 m (9,185 ft). Enjoy the high-mountain atmosphere of this small mountain refuge nestled at the foot of the glaciers! Celebrate your achievements with your guide and fellow trekkers over dinner—your adventure ends tomorrow.
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
      Accommodation: Cabane d’Orny
      Hiking: 6 hours
      Elevation: 1,600 m (5,250 ft) ascent / 300 m (985 ft) descent

      A remote mountain hut Cabane d’Orny, situated below Alpine glaciers, one of the stops during the high-level TMB trek.
    • The high glaciers await your last day. There will be time to enjoy views of many lofty peaks surrounding you during your approach to the Le Tour glacier. Afterward,it’s time for the final descent above the Chamonix Valley that will take you to the village of Le Tour, the final stage of your trek. End of the Tour du Mont Blanc in the village around 3pm. Say goodbye to your guide, fellow hikers and to the Alps—or continue touring on your own.
      Meals: Breakfast and lunch
      Hiking: 7 hours
      Elevation: 500 m (1,640 ft) ascent / 1,000 m (3,280 ft) descent

      Chamonix Valley as seen during the TMB traverse.
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