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  • France, Italy, and Switzerland: Tour du Mont Blanc Hiking
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Enjoy a True Mountain Adventure in Europe with Boundless Journeys

National Geographic Traveler rates this epic adventure in its "50 Tours of a Lifetime" and with good reason!

Boundless Journeys’ Tour du Mont Blanc is a thrilling hiking circuit around Mont Blanc, Western Europe’s highest mountain. It combines 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 will lead you from village to village as you 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 you’ll enjoy delicious and hearty meals of local specialties. Join Boundless Journeys in Mont Blanc on this tour of a lifetime.

What Our Guests Have To Say About This Tour

Pure Beauty

★★★★★
5 5 1
The kind of beauty we saw in the Alps becomes part of who you are.

Awesome Tour!

★★★★★
5 5 1
This was an awesome tour and I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of it! I truly appreciate it how organized this tour was in regards to every detail & aspect. Michelle did an outstanding job maintaining contact with me and answering every question I had with extreme detail. Sandrine was an awesome tour guide whom had a unique ability to blend the itinerary, picnics and culture together. Her pleasant personality and cheerful smile set the tone for a fun hike every day! Her knowledge and experience added significantly to the quality of the tour.

Beautiful Surroundings

★★★★★
5 5 1
TMB hike was a great trek for me. Beautiful surroundings with variety of weather allowed me to ponder deeply and reflect on different events in my life.

Very together and professional!

★★★★☆
4 5 1
There was never a moment when it felt like things weren't "together"! I can't say enough about our guides Irene and Christina and the tone they set the whole week. Very together and professional! I was not sure I would be able to complete the week because of the physical challenge but with the help and encouragement from the guides and my fellow trailmates I finished on a high note. I'm so glad I did!

Excellent Guides

★★★★☆
4 5 1
Our guides, Christina and Sebastian, were excellent. They knew the trails, history of the area, flora and fauna, and quickly understood the needs and abilities of our group.

A once-in-a-lifetime adventure

★★★★★
5 5 1
A once-in-a-lifetime adventure that challenged me physically, logistically, and socially. But oh was it so worth it! The jaw dropping gorgeous vistas will thrill you. And the deep sense of accomplishment will leave you a changed person.

Priceless

★★★★★
5 5 1
Our trip to the TMB with Boundless was the perfect recipe. It was honestly the perfect combination of ingredients...the scenery, the guides, the people and the weather! We could not have expected a better group of people to hike with each day. We truly enjoyed everyone’s company and made lifelong friends. Everyone supported and encouraged each other on the long hikes and tough climbs. It was truly a special group. The guides went above and beyond what we imagined and the weather was ideal, we had no rain (except at night). This trip was so special and gave us memories we will carry with us forever!

Experiencing our world

★★★★★
5 5 1
Boundless Journeys provides the opportunity for individuals and families to experience our world in ways we might not otherwise.

Exceptional Alpine Setting

★★★★★
5 5 1
An opportunity to extend your sense of self and what you can do in an exceptional alpine setting with great food, guides and companions.

Completely Impressed

★★★★★
5 5 1
This experience is a perfect fit for hikers who enjoy stunning mountain vistas, challenging climbs, delicious meals and local cheese. We were completely impressed with the entire experience.

The perfect Family trip

★★★★☆
4 5 1
This trip was even better than any of us could have anticipated. The Tour du Mont Blanc was the perfect family trip with our grown children. It was so wonderful to be away from phones, computers and distractions while appreciating the splendor of Mont Blanc.

The Trip of a lifetime

★★★★★
5 5 1
Honestly I loved every day! Everyday was exciting and filled with great hikes, new scenery, different cultures, and amazing food. Walking over the borders into Italy, Switzerland and France and touring the cheese factory and bunkers were additional highlights. This was a trip of a lifetime and it was perfect in every way! The hikes, the scenery, the food, the culture, the Guides, the sense of accomplishment on the last day - its the whole package and the entire trip far exceeded all my expectations!

The Beauty of the Alps

★★★★★
5 5 1
Challenging, exciting and rewarding. Every day was a new opportunity to push myself physically and to explore the beauty of the Alps.

Amazing trip

★★★★★
5 5 1
This trip was beyond our expectations. The scenery was endlessly amazing. The hike was challenging but every day lead to new surprises. The guides couldn't have been more knowledgeable or accommodating. Sandrine's picnic lunches were a highlight and Eric's knowledge of the region is unmatched. The entire trip was a first class operation and would highly recommend for people looking for adventure.

A changed perception

★★★★★
5 5 1
This trip was able to change your perception about your entire life and what is actually the priorities in life. It was able to bring people closer together.

Changed me forever

★★★★★
5 5 1
I have experienced the lives of others in a way that has changed me forever.

A most enjoyable trip

★★★★★
5 5 1
The Adventure was great , but the other things we experienced, the food, the wild flowers and the quality of your guides exceeded my expectations and made for a most enjoyable trip

A Bucket List Trip

★★★★★
5 5 1
Definitely a bucket list trip! It was so rewarding to look at the map and see how far we had hiked. Beautiful scenery with a great experienced guide. Eric was awesome!

I cannot offer enough praise

★★★★★
5 5 1
I cannot offer enough praise for Eric our guide. His knowledge of the region and the trail is unsurpassed! His historical knowledge and stories, particularly about World War II, greatly enriched the trip. His ability to find provisions every day for a fantastic picnic lunch featuring local foods was a delight. And his deep knowledge of regional wine and cuisine made our dinners very special!

Great Guide!

★★★★☆
4 5 1
Our guide Christina was outstanding! She was attentive to all our needs, always cheerful with a smile and was very knowledgeable about the regions hiked. She also prepared perfect picnic lunches with incredible views!

One of the best trips I've taken

★★★★★
5 5 1
In every way, this was one of the best experiences I've ever had. Each day brought more beautiful scenery and jaw-dropping views. The hiking, cuisine (cheese!), guides, and hotels made for a well-rounded and unforgettable trip.

A deep-dive into so much

★★★★★
5 5 1
The TMB is more than a beautiful trek, it is a deep-dive into the culture (and cuisine!) of a region that spans 3 countries, expertly led by guides who are passionate about that region, and who seem to know everyone they meet on the trail.

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Itinerary &
Accommodations

Itinerary & Accommodations

Day 1

Arrival in Chamonix; Trip Briefing & 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. This evening, we have a trip briefing and welcome dinner.

Accommodations
Hotel l'Oustalet

Hotel l'Oustalet
Chamonix, France

This charming Savoyard hotel is located just blocks from the pedestrian center of town, and offers incredible views of the Mont Blanc massif.  Each room is of wood-carved, alpine chalet style décor. Start the day with a hearty breakfast featuring local specialty cheeses and meats and freshly baked pastries, and end the day with a dip in the swimming pool with Mont Blanc towering above.

Day 2

Lac Blanc

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Moderate with 1,700' elevation gain and loss
  • Activity Length: 4-5 hours (about 6 miles)

Today we join our guide for an introductory 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 vistas over the entire Chamonix Valley and the massif, which we will hike around in the week ahead. 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 many wonderful Savoyard (regional) restaurants.

Accommodations
Hotel l'Oustalet

Hotel l'Oustalet
Chamonix, France

This charming Savoyard hotel is located just blocks from the pedestrian center of town, and offers incredible views of the Mont Blanc massif.  Each room is of wood-carved, alpine chalet style décor. Start the day with a hearty breakfast featuring local specialty cheeses and meats and freshly baked pastries, and end the day with a dip in the swimming pool with Mont Blanc towering above.

Day 3

Les Houches to Les Contamines-Montjoie

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Strenuous; elevation gain of 2,400’ and loss of 4,400’
  • Activity Length: 5-6 hours (approximately 8 miles)

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.

Accommodations
Hotel La Chemenaz

Hotel La Chemenaz
Les Contamines-Montjoie, France

The Chemenaz is located in the small bustling resort town of Contamines les Montjoie. The hotel offers beautiful views of the "Domes de Miages" to the south of Mont Blanc, comfortable accommodations, and fine alpine hospitality. Relax after after the day’s hike in the swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. Enjoy regional Savoyard specialties in their restaurant La Trabla.

Day 4

Les Contamines-Montjoie to Les Chapieux

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Strenuous; elevation gain of 4,400’ and loss of 3,200’
  • Activity Length: 7-8 hours (approximately 10 miles)

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').

Accommodations
Hotel L’Autantic

Hotel L’Autantic
Bourg Saint Maurice, France

A beautiful stone lodge located in the small mountain resort town of Bourg St. Maurice. Located in a tranquil setting with a beautiful courtyard and garden, L’Autantic is a short walk from town, offering mountain views, pool and sauna, and authentic Savoie style and hospitality. A bountiful breakfast is served in the welcoming veranda, overlooking the eastern side of the Mont Blanc massif.

Day 5

Bourg St. Maurice to Courmayeur

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Moderate to strenuous; elevation gain of 1,600’ gain and loss of 3,600’
  • Activity Length: 4-5 hours (approximately 8.5 miles)

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.

Accommodations
Hotel Berthod

Hotel Berthod
Courmayeur, Italy

Hotel Berthod is a converted old country house in an ideal location in the center of lively Courmayeur, the "Italian Chamonix". The Berthod family who has operated the hotel for many years, embraces all guests with a gracious welcome and service. Balconies offer impressive views of Mont Blanc, and many shops and cafes are just a few steps away to immerse yourself in Italian culture for the evening.

Day 6

Mont de la Saxe to Refugios

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Moderate to strenuous with about 1000’ elevation gain and up to 3000’ loss with several options
  • Activity Length: 4-6 hours (6-10 miles)

Today, we experience the Tour du Mont Blanc route above Courmayeur overlooking the Val Ferret. We enjoy the stunning landscape of the massif from the Italian side, which is more dramatic and rugged than the French side. The peaks are closer allowing great views of the Dent du Géant, Grandes Jorasses, and others.

We'll take a local bus up the valley to start our hike along the ridge of Mont de la Saxe, where we will have panoramic views along the way to Refugio Bonatti. We parallel the full mountain range and its steep and impressive south faces. After a lunch break, we'll continue our hike along the footsteps of the famous Ultra Trail of Mont Blanc and to Refuge Bertone before descending back to the valley to return to Courmayeur for some time to explore this charming town.

We may also choose to explore town or relax at our hotel's new spa before dinner on your own: soak in the hot tub or warm your muscles in the steam room or sauna.

Accommodations
Hotel Berthod

Hotel Berthod
Courmayeur, Italy

Hotel Berthod is a converted old country house in an ideal location in the center of lively Courmayeur, the "Italian Chamonix". The Berthod family who has operated the hotel for many years, embraces all guests with a gracious welcome and service. Balconies offer impressive views of Mont Blanc, and many shops and cafes are just a few steps away to immerse yourself in Italian culture for the evening.

Day 7

Courmayeur–Champex

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Moderate to strenuous with 2,450’ elevation gain and 2,750’ loss
  • Activity Length: 5-6 hours (about 9 miles)

After a short transfer from Courmayeur, we hike from Italy into the mountain wonderland of Switzerland via the Grand Col Ferret (8,400'), and pass 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 mountain 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.

Accommodations
Hotel du Glacier

Hotel du Glacier
Champex, Switzerland

Hotel du Glacier is a family-run hotel ideally situated on Lake Champex, reflecting views of the surrounding mountains. Swiss flags and cows with ringing bells in the surrounding area will welcome you in Switzerland. The hotel offers a billiards lounge and opportunity to relax in the or hot tub after a full day’s hike. Experience the local culture in the small village, a short walk away, before savouring a regional Swiss dinner.

Day 8

Trient to Le Tour

  • Activity Overview: Hiking
  • Activity Level: Moderate to challenging; elevation gain of 3,050’ and loss of 3,000’
  • Activity Length: 5-6 hours (approximately 9 miles)

Today, we complete the Tour du Mont Blanc cuircuit on one of its most beautiful stages. After a transfer to the village of Trient at the base of a spectacular glacier, 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 over the massif we've circumnavigated, 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 at one of the best restaurants in Chamonix.

Accommodations
Hotel l'Oustalet

Hotel l'Oustalet
Chamonix, France

This charming Savoyard hotel is located just blocks from the pedestrian center of town, and offers incredible views of the Mont Blanc massif.  Each room is of wood-carved, alpine chalet style décor. Start the day with a hearty breakfast featuring local specialty cheeses and meats and freshly baked pastries, and end the day with a dip in the swimming pool with Mont Blanc towering above.

Day 9

Departure from Chamonix

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 due to 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 or the order visited should the need arise.

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Dates &
Prices

Dates And Prices

2020
Trip Length

9 Days

Trip Dates

Jun 27-Jul 5, 2020

Jul 11-19, 2020

Jul 25-Aug 2, 2020

Aug 15-23, 2020

Aug 29-Sep 6, 2020

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2020 Land Cost

From $4,595 Per Person


Single Supplement

First one reserved:$0

Additional (not guaranteed for all nights):$395

See single supplement policy below.

MAKE IT PRIVATE

10+ Guests: $4,595 per person

4 to 9 Guests: $4,995 per person

Make it Private price is based on Land Cost only, and a guarantee of the specified number of guests in double occupancy. For groups smaller than the numbers shown, or those requiring single occupancy, we reserve the right to adjust the per person price. Additionally, some trips have minimum group sizes. Please call 1-800-941-8010 for details.

What's Included

  • Expert leadership
  • All accommodations
  • All meals except two dinners (Days 2 & 5)
  • Local wine and beer with included dinners
  • All transportation (cable cars, funiculars, trailhead transfers, and baggage transfers) during the trip
  • All activities as noted in the itinerary
  • Explorers Club savings on your next scheduled, small-group trip (conditions apply)
Single Supplement Policy

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.

If you are traveling alone and wish to share accommodations, we will try to match you with a roommate of the same gender. If you reserve at least 120 days ahead and a roommate is not available, you will only be charged a “forced” single supplement in the amount of 50% of the standard single supplement* (unless otherwise noted in the detailed itinerary). Single accommodations are limited so you are encouraged to reserve early!

*This may not apply to certain trips with unique accommodation arrangements. Please see specific trip information for more details.

What To
Expect

What To Expect

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. As one of our most challenging tours, Tour du Mont Blanc Hiking is rated 4, strenuous, on a scale of 1-5 (5 being the most strenuous). As this classic route completely encircles the Mont Blanc massif, we trek full days through spectacular mountainous terrain, "inn-to-inn" every day (except for our first hike on Day 2). Each rewarding day includes long elevation gains and losses ranging from 1,700 to 4,400 feet; hiking duration ranging from five to eight hours, and mileage ranging from seven to twelve miles. Most hiking is at altitudes between 5,000 and 8,000 feet, and the maximum elevation reached is 8,800 feet.

Although luggage is transported each day, the hikes have no vehicle access (other than the start and finish), with no shorter options. All trip members should be in strong physical condition and have good hiking experience. No technical climbing experience is necessary. (Limited passenger seats are available in the luggage vehicle in the event a transfer is needed.) We encourage you to call our office for further information to help determine if this trip is right for you.

Terrain

Trail conditions vary greatly, including a mix of wide dirt paths, hiking trails with rocks and roots, rough, large rocky steps, loose scree, and shallow stream crossings. Uneven terrain underfoot requires agility and stable footing. We request that you bring hiking boots with full ankle support and two trekking poles, which help provide comfort, stability, and most importantly, enjoyment. Our hikes take us through farmland, forest, rocky glacial terrain, and over mountain passes. Each hike includes sustained climbing and descending, sometimes steeply. The route does not travel through exposed sections with drop-offs, but does include limited sections of trail traversing steep hillsides, which may pose an issue for those with vertigo or a fear of heights. Feel free to call our office for further details.

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 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.

Weather

In 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 and snow are possible at any time, and weather conditions can change rapidly in the mountains, so having rain gear and thermal layers on hand is 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 days.

You may obtain more detailed weather information by visiting www.weatherbase.com.

Chamonix

June

High: 77
Low: 55

July

High: 76
Low: 58

August

High: 75
Low: 57

September

High: 70
Low: 48

Cuisine

Savoyard cuisine is centered around the incredible bounty of fresh foods available in the Alpine valleys of the region. You'll enjoy plenty of local cheeses and wines and most menus will feature soups, pasta, fish, meat, and salads. Breakfasts, lunches, and all but two dinners are included; your guide can make recommendations for wonderful local restaurants for those two evenings. Breakfasts include fresh fruit, sliced meats and cheese, yogurt, cereal, and pastries. Picnic lunches usually include fresh fruits and vegetables, cured meats, fresh bread, 2 or 3 local cheeses, and cookies or chocolate for dessert. Most dinners are at our hotels and consist of a good variety of Savoyard choices. Vegetarians can be accommodated with advance notice, though choices tend to be more limited.

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).

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About Our Guides

With a Boundless Journeys guide, your experience is that of friend and local adventurer. We believe strongly in working with local guides, experts in the areas to which we travel, and they hold the keys to unlocking the hidden delights of your chosen destination. Although you will never know they are at work—the mark of a truly great leader—our guides make magical things happen and add a dimension to your trip that you could not experience on your own. 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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  • Departure Dates: Jun 27-Jul 5, 2020
    Jul 11-19, 2020
    Jul 25-Aug 2, 2020
    Aug 15-23, 2020
    Aug 29-Sep 6, 2020
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