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Mont Blanc Hotel Trek Overview
- 2014-01-01 - 2015-12-31
Discover the beauty of Mont Blanc on this hotel trek through France, Switzerland and Italy.
Spreading over the borders of France, Italy and Switzerland, Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps. Following the Mont Blanc Circuit, trek over mountain passes, through alpine meadows, past intensely blue glaciers, into woodlands and to charming towns and villages. But this is no Sunday stroll. The legs will certainly be challenged on this trek through this European wonderland but the reward is some of the most breathtaking scenery, picturesque landscapes and sublime mountain views on the planet. And to top it off, after a long day trekking, get to cosy up in charming hotels to rest weary feet.
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One of the world's best ski resorts, during the summer months Chamonix offers excellent walking trails, mountain biking and spectacular excursions by teleferique and mountain railway.
The mountain pass at Col Forclaz has superb views directly down into the Rhône valley and the Swiss town of Martigny.
Champex's lovely alpine lake reflects the surrounding mountains, and this attractive Swiss town is a delightful place to explore or simply relax and take in the views.
A perfect landscape at any time of the year, picturesque La Fouly is an outdoor enthusiast's dream.
Cosily located in Italy's Aosta Valley, Courmayeur is famed for its great skiing, excellent hiking tracks and beautiful scenery.
A charming hamlet of traditional stone houses, Entreves boasts an astounding location in a beautiful valley at the foot of the massif.
A remote alpine village only inhabited in summer, Les Chapieux is a lively base for hikers enjoying the Tour du Mont Blanc.
A popular tourist destination since the early 19th century, St Gervais is the perfect place to relax and sooth aching muscles in a rejuvenating spa.
The traditional alpine village of Les Houches is best known for its ski runs but in summer it becomes a paradise for walking, climbing and mountain biking.
Host of the first Winter Olympics in 1924, Chamonix is a renowned mountaineering centre which attracts adventurers from all over the world to its epic slopes and rock faces.
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