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Trekking around Mont Blanc

Aosta Valley - Italy
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Trekking around Mont Blanc

from € 1235

per person
Aosta Valley - Italy
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11 days/ 10 nights

One of the most famous hiking tours on the entire planet: here is the Giro del “Bianco”, a 170 km trek around His Majesty Mont Blanc. The landscapes that will alternate along our path will be of vertical beauty: spiers that rise towards the sky like Gothic cathedrals, tightened glaciers that descend to fill the gullies and rough granite walls of a spectacular red. Our footsteps will emit sweet and gentle notes along flowery meadows, alpine pastures, gray stony ground and, “climbing” the high hills, our eyes will be captivated by the succession of different and captivating views.

In short

  • theme: Trekking
  • destination: Italy/France/Switzerland
  • duration: 11 days- 9 days of trekking with a hiking guide
  • overnight stays in the refuge- confidential transfers
  • age: min. 16 years
  • groups: min. 2 max 8


Departure dates 2021*

  • July 9
  • August 30

* other dates can be scheduled on request


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11 giorni /10 notti

Trip Tipology


1st day - Arrival/Courmayeur

Free arrival in Courmayeur, hotel accommodation. In the evening meeting with your guide for the presentation of the trekking and opportunity for a welcome drink. Dinner and overnight stay


2nd day

First stage: Courmayeur (1289 m) – Bonatti Refuge (2025 m)
Difference in height: 1597 m uphill. Travel time: 7.00 hours – Distance 16 km
Highest point: Tête de la Tronche (2584 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description: exciting panorama on the multiple Mont Blanc spiers (Aiguille Noire and Blanche de Peuterey, as well as the summit peak) and on the Grandes Jorasses. Vertical granite walls and glittering glaciers will be the main themes of our. first day of walking. Arriving at the Cabin will remind us of one of the greatest world-famous mountaineers of all time: Walter Bonatti.


3rd day

Second stage: Bonatti Refuge (2025 m) – La Fouly (1594 m)
Difference in height: 897 m uphill. Travel time: 6.30 hours – Distance 20 km
Highest point: Col du Grand Ferret (2537 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description: stage that will allow us to cross the Italian-Swiss border (Col du Grand Ferret) with a spectacular view of Mont Dolent (3,810 m), an imposing bulwark, surrounded by white glaciers, located exactly on the border between Italy, Switzerland and France.


4th day

Third stage: La Fouly (1594 m) – Champex (1466 m)
Difference in height: 420 m uphill. Travel time: 4.30 hours – Distance 15 km
Highest point: Champex (1466 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description: entirely in Switzerland, this stage is characterized by the presence of alpine meadows with splendid blooms and verdant spruce and larch forests. The villages of Issert and Les Arlaches, with their typical houses adorned with flowers, are real pearls of beauty. Arrival in Champex on the shores of the enchanting lake of the same name.


5th day

Fourth stage: Champex (1466 m) – Col de la Forclaz (1526 m)
Difference in height: 420 m uphill. Travel time: 4.30 hours – Distance 16 km
Highest point: Collet Portalo (2040 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description:
from Champex continue in the direction of the Bovine pasture with a wide view of Martigny and the Rhone valley; after just over an hour you will arrive at Col de la Forclaz. Path since ancient times, the pass has always been considered a strategic link between the Swiss region of Valais and the French Chamonix valley. Among the numerous travelers who crossed it, we remember Horace Bénedicte De Saussure, a great Swiss scholar and naturalist who lived in the second half of the 1700s.


6th day

Fifth stage: Col de la Forclaz (1526m) – La Flégère (1875m)
Altitude difference: 1,802 m uphill. Travel time: 9.30 hours – Distance 21 km
Highest point: Aiguillette des Posettes (2,201 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description:
cross the pretty village of Trient, which owes its name to the stream and the glacier above, continuing towards the Col de la Balme; from here Mont Blanc reappears in all its formidable and enchanting beauty. Along the way, one cannot fail to be enchanted by the view of the Mer de Glace and the north side of the Jorasses.


7th day

ixth stage: La Flégère (1875m) – Les Houches (1007m)
Difference in height: 772 m uphill. Travel time: 6.30 hours – Distance 17 km
Highest point: Le Brévent (2,526 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description: the ascent to Brévent is, without any doubt, the salient part of this sixth stage; it is a real peak as well as one of the highest stretches touched by the entire Tour. Considered since the 18th century as a strategic vantage point to admire and, above all, study the summit of Mont Blanc, the Brévent dominates the town Chamonix, the famous mountain center where world mountaineering was born.


8th day

Seventh stage: Les Houches (1007 m) – Nant Borrant Refuge (1460 m)
Difference in altitude: 1,066 m uphill. Travel time: 7.00 hours – Distance 24 km
Highest point: Col de Voza (1,653 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay 

Itinerary description: stage that winds along the fascinating Montjoie valley, crossing the village of Les Contamines and reaching the pretty little church of Nôtre Dame de la Gorge. The spectacular side dishes will be the Dôme du Goûter and the Aiguille de Bionassay.


9th day

Eighth stage: Nant Borrant Refuge (1460 m) – Elisabetta Refuge (2195 m)
Difference in altitude: 1,855 m uphill. Travel time: 7.00 hours – Distance 24 km
Highest point: Col des Fours (2,665 m)
Dinner and cabin overnight stay

Itinerary description: return to the Italian land by climbing the Col de la Seigne (2,510 m). The breathtaking view of the Aiguille de Glaciers, the Aiguille de Tré-la-Tête and the Aiguille Noire de Peuterey will be the leitmotif along the descent to the Elisabetta Soldini Cabin.


10th day

Ninth stage: Elisabetta Refuge (2195 m) – Courmayeur (1226 m)
Difference in altitude: 1,855 m uphill. Travel time: 7.00 hours – Distance 24 km
Highest point: Mont Favre Spur (2,430 m)

At the end of the trek, transfer to Aosta, hotel accommodation. Overnight stayItinerary description: from the Elisabetta Refuge we will descend along a wide and comfortable dirt road until we reach Lac Combal (lake in the process of being buried and which has become a sort of bog). We will then continue to arrive on the shores of Lac Chécrouit, in whose clear waters the peaks of Mont Blanc are reflected. From the lake a downhill march will await us until the end of our sensational Trekking in the center of the town of Courmayeur.


11th day - Aosta/departure

Breakfast at the hotel. Leisure time to visit this characteristic and small town and departure for the journey back.

Price per person in Euro
2 people € 2448
4 people € 1637
6 people € 1370
8 people € 1235

The price includes

  • 2 nights with breakfast in a 3 * hotel in Courmayeur and Aosta
  • 1 dinner in a restaurant with typical dishes
  • 8 nights with breakfast and dinner in a cabin / hostel
  • nature guide / hiker from 2 / 10th day- confidential transfers where provided
  •  medical/baggage insurance The fee does not include:
  • drinks with meals unless otherwise indicated
  • Packed lunches and drinks- entrance to castles and monuments in general, unless otherwise indicated
  • transfers from / to hotels / airports (prices on request)


Administration fees: € 50

Difficulty: intermediate, hiking trails (E), however characterized by the presence, in some sections, of exposed parts or with a high slope suitable for expert hikers (EE); good physical preparation is therefore required.

Average height differences of the treks between 400-1,802 m. These are to be considered with a slight margin of approximation.

Duration: this has to be considered with a certain approximation, normally, net of breaks and depending on the rhythm and physical condition of the participants.Min age 16 years: in relation to physical preparation, younger children may also be admitted as long as they have good training and are used to walking uphill in the mountains. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied throughout the trek by at least one parent.Number of participants: the trip is confirmed with the participation of at least 4 people. In case of a number of participants lower than 4, the trip can be confirmed with the payment of a possible supplement.

Clothing: technical clothing is not required but recommended; the use of: hiking boots, shorts and t-shirt, sweater or fleece, light windbreaker, sunglasses, hat, backpack, water bottle, sunscreen, sleeping bag or sleeping bag is required. It is advisable to use: long trousers, waterproof trousers and shell (K-way) in case of adverse weather conditions. All information will still be provided with the travel documents. We suggest you bring your camera.

Luggage: the organization provides for the transfer of luggage during the trekking only in some points of the same.

Guides: Benetour collaborates exclusively with professional nature/hiking guides.

Group of friends: upon request of pre-established groups, other departure dates or itineraries differentiated in type and duration may be provided.

Important!For technical, organizational reasons and on the basis of the characteristics of the participants, the order of the excursions and the places of execution of the same, may undergo changes, we also remind you that if the weather conditions do not allow one or more excursions, alternatives will be suggested.