Mont Blanc Hiking - Boundless Journeys
France, Italy, Switzerland
Tour du Mont Blanc Hiking

A true mountain adventure, the Tour du Mont Blanc is one of our favorite inn-to-inn hiking routes and a longtime classic.

Tour du Mont Blanc Trip Overview

"Mont Blanc is the monarch of mountains; They crowned him long ago on a throne of rocks, in a robe of clouds, with a diadem of snow."
- Lord Byron

The Tour du Mont Blanc hiking circuit around Mont Blanc, western Europe's highest mountain, is the perfect mix of awe-inspiring mountain views and the vibrant influence of three distinct European countries – France, Italy, and Switzerland. The hiking route leads us between small alpine villages, over mountainous passes, and along ancient glaciers as we travel through the French, Italian, and Swiss Alps. Our expert guides lead us from village to village as we dip down into a new valley each day and savor changes in language, landscape, architecture, and cuisine. Our cultural delights range from the French resort town of Chamonix, to the medieval city of Courmayeur, Italy, to quaint alpine villages in Switzerland where we enjoy delicious and hearty meals of local specialties.

Itinerary at a Glance

Tour du Mont Blanc hiking map with Boundless Journeys

Days 1-2: Meet in the mountain resort town of Chamonix, France; from Chamonix, our warm-up hike brings us up to the Aiguilles Rouges, and alpine Lac Blanc.
Day 3: Hike along the foot of the huge Glacier de Bionnassay, through lush meadows to the Col du Tricot (7,000’), and into Les Contamines, an unspoiled traditional French village.
Day 4: We make our way over the Col de la Croix-de-Bonhomme (8,200’) and down through rich, open pastures to the remote summer village of Chapieux. Transfer to Bourg St. Maurice.
Day 5: Leaving France, we hike into Italy via grassy trails and old Roman roads, crossing the Col de la Seigne (8,245’), with views of Mont Blanc’s massive southern face, and descend into the mountain resort town of Courmayeur.
Day 6: We hike from Italy into the mountain wonderland of Switzerland via the Grand Col Ferret (8,400’), and continue hiking to the Swiss-lake resort of Champex.
Day 7: Today we hike through the high alpine pastures of the Bovine Way with expansive views of the Rhone Valley, and the majestic Swiss Alps. We conclude our day at a Swiss family-run inn.
Day 8: Today we complete our circuit, departing from Trient and hiking back into France over the Col du Balme (7,230’), with glorious views of Mont Blanc. We celebrate our accomplishments tonight in Chamonix.
Day 9: Departure from Chamonix, France.


We partner with local companies to transfer your bags from one inn to the next, so all you need on the trail is a daypack and a hiker's spirit. We avoid shared bath accommodations wherever possible, and do not stay in dormitory-style rooms; instead we choose charming alpine properties that provide great meals and relaxation. Our renowned local guides know how to make the most out of a day on the trail (and a gourmet picnic lunch), introducing you to the grandeur of the Mont Blanc region.


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Group Size

4-16 guests

Trip Rating (1 Easiest - 5 Most Strenuous)

Description of Trip Ratings

Adventure travel may involve exotic destinations, varying levels of physical exertion, and activities that may be new to you. We want to make sure that you choose the adventure that's right for you from our many one-of-a-kind trips. Each trip is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being the easiest, and 5 being the most strenuous. A few of our trips have had a "+" added to the number, indicating something that falls in between. Our Trip Ratings may be found on the trip schedule and on our website. Our detailed itineraries provide additional information on what to expect on the trip you are considering (detailed itineraries are available by mail or e-mail; or you can find them on our website: We encourage you to call one of our travel experts with any questions or concerns that you may have. We are happy to assist you in selecting the most appropriate adventure for you.
Our easiest trips are generally hotel-based cultural and nature journeys that offer light activity. Walks and hikes (approximately 2 to 4 hours) are through gentle terrain with little elevation gain or loss. Altitude is not a factor on these tours. Other activities, such as snorkeling or sea kayaking, are optional. Examples: Galapagos Islands Cruise, Tanzania, and Vietnam.
Hotel nights and/or deluxe, safari-style camping. Walking, hiking (approximately 3 to 5 hours), kayaking, or other activities on most days. Trails and paths are through rolling countryside, with occasional steep trails with up to 1,000 feet of elevation gain. Many of our hotel-based walking trips are in this category. Examples: Tuscany & Umbria, Turkey, and Bhutan.
Hotel or inn-based hiking trips, that involve full day hikes (approximately 4 to 6 hours), mostly on unpaved trails and paths through hilly terrain with typical elevation gains and losses of 1,000 to 2,000 feet. There may be occasional steep sections of trail. Examples: Slovenia, Amalfi Coast, Spain.
Full day hikes (approximately 5 to 7 hours) through mountainous terrain with significant elevation gains and losses (2,000 to 3,000 feet). Terrain may be rugged with uneven footpaths. The average altitude is generally no more than 12,000 feet. Vehicle support is limited. These trips may involve some full-service camping or simple accommodations in remote locations. Examples: Tour du Mont Blanc, Peru Trek, Haute Route.
Full-day trekking (approximately 6 to 8 hours) through rugged mountainous terrain with steep climbs and descents and the following present: elevation gains and losses of as much as 4,000 feet, altitude that exceeds 12,000 feet, and rugged uneven footpaths with some exposure. These trips typically offer minimal to no vehicle support and include full-service camping in a remote setting.

Activity Details

Moderate to strenuous inn-to-inn hiking, 5-8 hours per day with daily ascents and descents of 1,000-4,400 feet.

Meeting Point

Chamonix, France

Departure Point

Chamonix, France

Traveling to and From

Most Convenient Airport:
Geneva International Airport; Geneva, Switzerland (airport code GVA).

Meeting Time and Place:
Your guide(s) will meet you in the evening on the first day of the trip, in the lobby of our first hotel in Chamonix.

Departure Time and Place:
Chamonix, France, after breakfast on the last day of the trip. Please note that transfers to the Geneva International Airport take approximately 1.5 hours. Please plan your flight schedule accordingly.


Physical Activity
Boundless Journeys' trips are designed for energetic and flexible individuals who like to be active and have a spirit of adventure and a positive attitude. The walks on this trip range from 5-8 hours. The terrain is usually gradual, although you may encounter occasional steep sections. Most walks are on unpaved paths and trails, with minimal vehicle support. Trails, at times, may be wet and slick with mud.

Preparing for this Trip
It is very important that you realistically assess your physical condition with regard to the demands of this trip. All participants must be in good physical condition. We recommend that you make a special effort to get in top physical condition for the trip.

Please engage in moderate aerobic activities (hiking, jogging, or cycling) for at least 30-45 minutes several times a week for 4-6 weeks before the trip. If you live in a flat area, it is important to incorporate some stairs into your workout, or use a treadmill with varying incline capability. The more well-prepared you are for the hiking on this trip, the more you will enjoy this unique alpine experience. Please consult your doctor before undertaking any new fitness programs. 

A Note on Accommodations
The hotels we stay in are rustic, well-located for hikers, and busy in the summer season. Please note that these are hikers’ hotels, not five-star resorts. The rooms are clean and comfortable, but are not always of uniform size, and amenities can vary. Although offering excellent service, the Hotel La Grande Ourse offers shared dormitory-style bathrooms (no private baths) and limited single rooms. Those who reserve a single room may be matched with another guest (of the same gender). 

Being an alpine environment, weather is variable throughout the day and by elevation. A warm, sunny day in the valley can be anywhere from delightfully refreshing to downright brisk at higher elevations. Therefore, dressing in layers will be essential to your comfort throughout the day. Rain is possible at any time, and weather conditions can change rapidly in the mountains, so having rain gear on hand is also advisable. At the same time, the sun is strong at higher elevations, and therefore adequate precautions should be taken to prevent sunburn, even on cool, sunny days. On average, the temperature in July is 76°F for a high, and 58°F for a low; and in June and August these numbers are about the same. You may obtain more detailed weather information by visiting


France; Italy; Switzerland Accommodations

Overview:  Charming small inns and hotels; 7 nights private bath and 1 night shared bath accommodations.

Nights 1 & 2:  Hotel l'Oustalet
Chamonix, France

Tour du Mont Blanc - Hotel l’Oustalet, Chamonix FranceLocated next to the pedestrian center of Chamonix, this charming inn offers hearty breakfasts, incredible views, and a great swimming pool.



Night 3:  Hôtel La Chemenaz
Les Contamines Montjoie, France

Tour du Mont Blanc - Hôtel le Grizzli Les Contamines Montjoie, FranceThe Chemenaz offers beautiful views of the neighboring mountains, comfortable and cozy accommodations, great alpine service, and a heated swimming pool.



Night 4:  Hotel L'Autantic
Bourg Saint Maurice, France

Tour du Mont Blanc - L'Autantic, Tour du Mont Blanc, France
A beautiful stone lodge located in the small mountain resort town of Bourg St. Maurice. Located in a tranquil setting a short walk from town, offering mountain views, pool and sauna, and authentic Savoie style and hospitality.



Night 5:  Hotel Berthod
Courmayeur, Italy 

 Tour du Mont Blanc - Hotel Berthod Courmayeur, Italy A converted old country house in an ideal location in the center of town with views of Mont Blanc.




Night 6:   Hotel du Glacier
Champex, Switzerland

Tour du Mont Blanc - Hotel du Glacier Champex, SwitzerlandA family-run hotel ideally situated on Lake Champex with a billiards lounge, sauna, and hot tub.




Night 7:  Hotel la Grande Ourse
Trient, Switzerland

 Tour du Mont Blanc - Hotel Beau-Sejour Finhaut, Switzerland

A simple alpine hotel (single accommodations limited) located at the foot of Trient glacier. Locally owned by a gracious family offering excellent service.




Night 8:  Hotel l'Oustalet
Chamonix, France

See description for Nights 1 & 2.

France, Italy, Switzerland Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1 
Arrival in Chamonix; trip briefing and welcome dinner

We meet at our mountain hotel in Chamonix, France, a pretty village nestled under the flanks of snow-covered Mont Blanc (15,770’), the highest mountain in western Europe. Chamonix is the “mountaineering capital” of Europe, and has been a climbing and skiing center for more than 100 years. This wonderful town has a charming atmosphere and is well-preserved with cobbled streets full of lively sidewalk cafés. We have a trip briefing and welcome dinner this evening. 
Hotel l'Oustalet, Chamonix, France

DAY 2  
Lac Blanc

Hike – moderate, 4-5 hours (about 6 miles) with 1,700’ elevation gain and loss.

Today we join our guide for a “warm-up” hike up to the Aiguilles Rouges, with Lac Blanc as our destination. As we hike along the Grand Balcony trail, we get a dazzling view of many of the highest peaks in the Alps, with spectacular views over the entire Chamonix Valley. We then return by cable car from La Flégère, or continue hiking along the Grand Balcony to the cable car station at Planpraz. You are free to enjoy local fare this evening in one of Chamonix’s great savoyarde (regional) restaurants.
Hotel l’Oustalet, Chamonix, France

DAY 3 
Les Houches to Les Contamines-Montjoie

Hike – strenuous, 5-6 hours (about 8 miles) with 2,400' elevation gain and 4,400' loss.

The Mont Blanc circuit starts a few miles outside of Chamonix at the village of Les Houches, where we take a cable car up to Bellevue. The hiking begins here, with fantastic views of the Chamonix Valley’s peaks and surroundings. We first hike along the foot of the huge Glacier de Bionnassay, and then up to the Col de Tricot (6,955’), with sight of the Dômes de Miage. A steep descent brings us to the Chalets de Miage, where we enjoy a picnic lunch with the beauty of the Alps around us. Following lunch, we climb up the hill known as Truc, and then descend through a lovely forest to the charming resort village of Les Contamines-Montjoie, once a town of chamois hunters and smugglers, and today a popular mountaineering and ski area. Tonight there is time to explore the town, relax, and refuel for the next stage of our journey.
Hôtel La Chemenaz, Les Contamines, France

Les Contamines-Montjoie to Bourg St. Maurice
Hike – strenuous, 7-8 hours (about 10 miles) with 4,400’ elevation gain and 3,200’ loss. 
In the morning we make our way to the end of the valley and our trailhead at the pilgrimage chapel of Notre Dame de la Gorge – a church of unique Baroque architecture. From the church we walk along an old Roman road that climbs steadily through a beautiful forest, broad alpine pastures, and passes rustic chalets as we make our way to the Col du Bonhomme (7,600’), our first pass. After lunch at the Col du Bonhomme, a short, gradual uphill traverse takes us across Col de la Croix-du-Bonhomme (8,200’), with superb vistas overlooking the Tarantaise region. After a brief rest, we have a long and sometimes steep descent through rich, open pastures to the remote summer village of Les Chapieux (5,200’). A brief twenty-minute transfer will take us to our truly authenic Savoie hotel for tonight’s stay. We’ll enjoy a fine regional dinner at our guides’ favorite local restaurant. 
Note: Today is one of the longest and most strenuous days on the Tour du Mont Blanc, as we cross two mountain passes, the Col du Bonhomme (7,600’), and the Col de la Croix-du-Bonhomme (8,200’).
Hotel L’Autantic, Bourg Saint Maurice, France 
DAY 5  
Bourg St. Maurice to Courmayeur
Hike – moderate to strenuous, 4-5 hours (about 8.5 miles) with 1,600’ elevation gain and 3,600’ loss.
We begin our day with a short transfer to the end of the Vallée des Glaciers. Leaving France, we hike into the Aosta region of Italy via grassy
trails and ancient passages.
We climb eastward and enjoy a relatively easy hike over the Col de la Seigne (8,245’).  The views are dramatic from the pass, encompassing the Aiguille Noire and the Italian face of Mont Blanc that dominates the Val Veni.
An easy descent brings us farther into Italy, and from the very first mountain refuge we pass, the cultural difference between France and Italy is striking. At the end of our day of hiking, we transfer to Courmayeur where we spend the remainder of the day exploring this resort town spectacularly settled beneath the Grand Jorasses and the Brenva Glacier. You are free to enjoy dinner this evening at one of Courmayeur’s many fine restaurants.
Hotel Berthod, Courmayeur, Italy 

DAY 6 
Courmayeur to Champex

Hike – moderate to strenuous, 5-6 hours (about 7.5 miles) with 2,450' elevation gain and 2,750' loss.

After a short transfer from Courmayeur, we hike from Italy into the mountain wonderland of Switzerland via the Grand Col Ferret (8,400’), and passing beneath the massive granite peaks of Mont Dolent, the Dent du Geant, and the Grandes Jorasses. We hike through alpine meadows and past fast-flowing streams on our moderate but spectacular climb towards the pass, enjoying amazing views of the icy southern flanks of the Mont Blanc massif. 

The Grand Col Ferret has been in use for several centuries and serves as the Italian-Swiss border between Val D’Aosta and the canton of Valais. The landscape in the Swiss Val Ferret is gentler, with enticing streams and woodlands, and an extraordinary abundance of wildflowers. 

Our arrival in Switzerland is greeted by the sound of Swiss cow bells, and rustic chalets with geraniums spilling from window boxes. We descend to the village of Ferret, and transfer to the mountain-ringed lake resort of Champex. There is time to relax before dinner at our comfortable hotel
Hotel du Glacier, Champex, Switzerland

Champex to Col de la Forclaz
Hike – moderate, 6-7 hours (about 9 miles) with 1,850’ elevation gain and 1,715’ loss.
Our hike today begins in the town of Champex along Bovine Way, an old trail used to access summer cow pastures high above the valley. After enjoying the morning light over the lake, we continue with a gentle walk through a spruce forest, which eventually brings us to Plan d’Au, where we may stop for a short rest. 
We then continue up the valley and, after crossing a number of streams,  climb steeply to arrive at the flower-filled meadows of the Bovine Way. From here we have an expansive view of the Rhone Valley, the Muveran Mountain range, and mountains of Switzerland, reaching into the distance. A perfect place for a midday picnic, we enjoy a delicious spread prepared by our guide while taking in the beautiful alpine scenery.
Following lunch, we continue on through the forest and up along the side of the valley, eventually reaching Col de la Forclaz (5,000’). From here, we walk upstream following a bisse, one of the famous Swiss irrigation canals indicative of the area’s rich farming history. We then drop down to the village of Trient (4,200’) to our hotel. Our more simple hikers’ lodging is superbly situated at the foot of the Trient glacier, and will have a hearty dinner awaiting.
Hotel La Grance Ourse, Trient, Switzerland
Trient to Le Tour
Hike – moderate to strenuous, 5-6 hours (about 9 miles) with 3,050’ elevation gain and 3,000’ loss
Today we complete the Tour du Mont Blanc cuircuit on one of its most beautiful stages. Departing from Trient, we hike through high pastures and back into France over the Col du Balme (7,230’), with glorious views of Mont Blanc and the Chamonix Valley below. We have lunch at the pass, enjoying the sweeping views, and then descend by foot or gondola to the village of Le Tour, from which we head back to Chamonix. We gather to celebrate our accomplishments tonight with a farewell dinner in town.
Hotel L’Oustalet, Chamonix, France

DAY 9 

Our trip ends after breakfast, and you are free to continue your exploration of Chamonix or depart for your next destination.

Please note that this is a typical itinerary, and actual activities may vary to take advantage of weather conditions, local events, and to allow serendipity to play a hand in your experience. Accommodations are as outlined in the itinerary, although we reserve the right to change these should the need arise.

Trip Length

9 Days

Trip Dates

Upcoming Trips:

  • Jun 25–Jul 03, 2016
  • Jul 16–24, 2016
  • Aug 20–28, 2016
  • Aug 28–Sep 05, 2016
  • Sep 03–11, 2016

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2016 Land Cost

$4,395 per person, No Single Supplement*

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Accommodations (hotels, tents, cruise cabins) are based on double occupancy. A single supplement is paid by participants who specifically request single accommodations, subject to availability. If you reserve at least 120 days prior to departure, you may be eligible for a reduced or free single supplement.* This is generally limited to the first one or two solo travelers to reserve, and the reduction is outlined in the pricing for each trip. Please note, free or reduced single supplements are not combinable with other offers or promotions.

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Over the years we have forged bonds with some of the best guides in the world, and we typically work with a small team of guides in each region. You will be informed of the guide for your trip one month prior to your departure.

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Tour du Mont Blanc Tour guide - Eric Thioliere - Boundless JourneysEric Thioliere: Born and raised in Chamonix, Eric comes from a long line of mountain guides, and has hiked the Tour du Mont Blanc at least once a year since he began leading walking trips in 1979. Eric speaks French, English, Italian, and German, and has developed great relationships with local people along the circuit. An avid skier, Eric is also involved heavily with the Mont Blanc region writing guide books and maintaining the trail markings. Very knowledgeable about all food, flora, and fauna along the tour, Eric is a great traveling companion with a lot of pride for where his roots have been for generations – Chamonix and its magnificent surrounding mountainscapes.

 What other guests have said about Eric:

"Our guide Eric was interesting, knowleadgeable, and with a great sense of humor - the best English I have ever encounteres with a French tour guide!"  – C.O., Geneva, Switzerland

"Eric Thioliere was the best! Kind, knowledgeable, patient, helpful, and professional!” – N.B., Longwood, FL 

“The Tour du Mont Blanc is in and of itself a special trip; and ours was made more special by the group and our guide, Eric Thioliere, who led us, fed us exquisite picnic lunches, and was such a part of the mountains we were in that we also felt as if we belonged there.” – A.G., New York, NY

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Spectacular circuit around western Europe's highest peak, Mont Blanc (15,770')

France, Italy, Switzerland - hiking across three international borders and between three distinct alpine cultures

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Inn-to-inn hiking circuit

Upcoming Trips:

  • Jun 25–Jul 03, 2016
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  • Aug 28–Sep 05, 2016
  • Sep 03–11, 2016

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The Tour du Mont Blanc is in and of itself a special trip; and ours was made more special by the group and our guide, Eric Thioliere, who led us, fed us exquisite picnic lunches, and was such a part of the mountains we were in that we also felt as if we belonged there.

- A. Grumbach, NYC, NY

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