HIKING

HIKING GUIDE

UIMLA Mountain Leader Logo

UIMLA Mountain Leader Logo

 

Chamonix Mont-Blanc valley get  more than 200 kilometers of hiking trails. Some are at the bottom of the valley around 1000 altitude meters and other trails are an average of 2000 altitude meters.

Stunning panoramic view of Mont-Blanc range

Stunning panoramic view of Mont-Blanc range

I am leading some hiking day(s) for all level of abilities and for all public (adults, teenageers, kids) in Chammonix and surround

Below some exemple of  Chamonix trails hike circuits.

Chapeau buvette.

This hike start from the bottom of the valley to arrived to a mountain hut call buvette du chapeau. We are climbing along a nice spruce forest, at the buvette we will have a coffee break with  a stunning Chamonix view.

 

Pyramide buvette

We will start our hiking day by a very characterful chairlift from the Bossons village then coming a climb along the lowest glacier of the Chamonix valley call “GLACIER DES BOSSONS”. When we are arrived at the buvette des pyramide we will have a long break to enjoy the view of the glacier seracs.

 

Richard Etellin UIMLA Mountain leader

Richard Etellin UIMLA Mountain leader

Balme peak

From the village of le Tour we are taking the gondola to Charamillon station, then we will do a circuit loop to the tête de Balme. We might have the chance to see some wild life like Marmot or Gypaète barbu.

 

The white lake

This hike is a classic destination for hikers but the local area is stunning we will clim over 2300 altitude meters. we will get our lunch near by the lake and will enjoy the Mont-Blanc range view.

The white lake

The white lake

 

In summer time at Chamonix you will never get tired about the mountains views. I will lead you around some of the most magnificent trails that we can get here in Italian, swiss and French Alps.

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