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Mon Roadbook App
Mountain Hotel
Multi-day hike
Réf : E3L4
Hiking : a relatively accessible activity, hiking offers the opportunity to explore a country or a region up close, on foot, and to meet and mingle with the locals. On a traverse or loop, whatever your skill level, embark on one of our through-hikes to immerse yourself in the natural wonders of the great outdoors.

Level 2: An average of 4 to 5 hours of hiking per day on a well-marked hilly path or trail.

Level 3: An average of 4 to 5 hours of hiking per day on well-marked trails and/or 600 to 800 meters of vertical gain, and/or distances up to 15 kilometers.

Level 4: An average of 6 hours of hiking per day on well-marked trails or off trail, and/or 700 to 1000 meters of vertical gain, and/or distances of 15 to 18 kilometers.

Level 5: An average of more than 6 hours of hiking per day off trail or on rugged terrain, with more than 1000 meters of vertical gain (and/or distances up to 20 kilometers). Possibly sections at high altitude.

Level 6: An average of more than 7 to 8 hours of strenuous hiking per day off trail or on rugged terrain, with more than 1000 meters of vertical gain and/or distances up to 20 kilometers. Possibly sections at high altitude.

Mon Roadbook app: designed for the self-guided trips, "Mon Roadbook" travel assistant guides you throughout your journey via a mobile application to download on your smartphone.
Prices indicated are calculated based on a limited number of seats available or for a departure in over 2 months from today. Once all prereserved seats are filled, or for reservations with a departure in less than 2 months, we might have to acquire seats for a higher price (depending on availability at the moment the reservation is made), which might result in the application of a supplement that increases the closer we are to the departure date.

Our trip

  • A classic multi-day mountain hike

  • France, Italy, and Switzerland: explore three alpine cultures.

  • Hike to Lac Blanc included.

"Mon Roadbook" app is available for this trip.
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Circling the Mt. Blanc Range means hiking as close as possible to this legendary alpine giant without actually climbing it. Every day, enjoy so many new discoveries as you explore the different sides, cultures, and landscapes of the range: first through France, and then Italy and Switzerland. The well-marked trails are trade and communications routes that have been used, in some cases, since Antiquity. This is hands down one of the world's major and most classic multi-day mountain hikes!

Your choice of lodging + Luggage transfer

Mountain Hotel From mid-june to september

With luggage transfer From 1985 €* Book / Enquire Devis
Without luggage transfer From 1715 €* Book / Enquire Devis

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Past questions
Nick M.

I am very interested in doing the TMB hike this summer. I would appreciate information about the different packages available for the hike. Our group would be two people and we are wondering if there are options that allow for tent camping along the TMB that also allow access to the restaurants along the trail. And other information about the available options would be appreciated as we would like to pick the plan that works best for us.

Thanks very much in advance,

  • Julie M. Julie M.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    Hello Nick,
    Please contact me directly at [email protected], I'll be happy to answer your questions!
    Regarding the camping options, we are not organizing camping trips, only hotels to hotels or huts to huts trips, but there is some camping around Mont Blanc.
    Regarding availabilities, the TMB is one of the most requested treks in the Alps and it starts to be complicated to find availability for summer 2023. We still have availability in our guided trips!! I recommend having a look at that because, on guided trips, we guarantee availability in the best huts of the TMB! If you are flexible on the dates and the comfort level it is still possible to organise a self guided trip :-)
Morella L.
Timing and season
Hi there,
We are a group of 5 who would be interested in a self-guided Tour du Mont Blanc for 8 days, staying in mountain lodges (I presume they are more picturesque than hotels?).
Is a start around the 23rd of September of 2023 too late in the season? Do you have availability then?
Thank you.
  • Julie M. Julie M.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    Hi Morella! I'll be happy to organize this trip for you but it is not possible to plan a start on the 23rd of September. it is too late in the season, particularly if you want to stay in Mountain Huts which will be closed on this date. The last departure date is the 15th. Hotels stay open longer, so it could be possible to organize a later trip. For more information, please contact me directly at [email protected]!
Medy S.
Hi, I would like to query the TMB self guided if you have available dates from July 23 for the 12 days with luggage transfer please. Kindly provide me quotation for 2 adults. Thank you.

Kind Regards,
  • Julie M. Julie M.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    Hello Medy,
    The TMB is very requested for summer 2023, but it is still possible to organize a self-guided trip! Please contact me directly at [email protected]! I'll be happy to chat with you and find the best moment to organize your TMB!
Mariel v.
Interested for a group of 8 in June
  • Julie M. Julie M.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    Hi Mariel, Please contact me directly at [email protected]! I will be very happy to organize the perfect trip for you!
Ellen A.
Timing and season
My son and I are interested in hiking the TMB without a guide. Our tentative dates would be arrive in Chamonix Aug 25 and begin hiking on the 26th or 27th. We'd like to hike the TMB in 12 days, but could do it in 10 days. We live in Colorado and are both year round hikers. Please advise if there would be accommodations available during this time period.

Many thanks in advance,
Ellen Atchison
  • Thomas B. Thomas B.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    I am really unable to organize your trek on this date. We are full and the month of September is busy too. I suggest thinking of 2023. If you have any questions for the future, do not hesitate to contact us.



Prices (incl. taxes) from june to september 2023

Mountain Hotel
Price per person
Without luggage transferWith luggage transfer
Low seasonPeak seasonLow seasonPeak season
2 people1 shared room1720 €1845 €1995 €2125 €
3 people1 shared room1720 €1845 €1955 €2125 €
4 people1 shared room1715 €1820 €1985 €2100 €
5 people1 shared room1715 €1820 €1980 €2100 €
6 people1 shared room1710 €1820 €1975 €2100 €
  • Low season : From 06 September 2023 to 20 September 2023
  • Peak season : From 15 June 2023 to 05 September 2023, from 13 June 2023 to 05 September 2023


The price includes / does not include

The price includes:

- Accommodations as described.
- Transporting your bags if you choose this option.
- Breakfast for days 2 through 12.
- Dinners for days 2 through 10 (except day 5 in Courmayeur).
- The roadbook (as well as a map and reservation vouchers) for a 2 to 4 person group.
- Access to the new mobile phone application (including GPS guidance).

The price does not include:

- Transportation to the meeting point at the start of the trip and from the point where the trip officially ends.
- Dinners in Chamonix Mont Blanc and Courmayeur.
- Insurance for trip cancellation/interruption, lost/stolen baggage, or assistance.
- For reservations made less than 15 days before the start, all additional fees for priority processing.
- Anything that is not specified in the "included in the price" list.

Other expenses:

- Lunches: at grocery stores or huts for your picnic lunches.
- Public transportation and chairlifts/gondolas during the tour.

  • The cable-car between Chamonix and Plan Praz, approximately €15.
  • The cable-car between Les Houches and Bellevue, approximately €15.
  • The shuttle between Les Chapieux and Ville-des-Glaciers, approximately €3.5. At the beginning of the season, you might need to reserve a taxi.
  • The shuttles (regularly scheduled) from Visaille to Courmayeur, approximately €3. At the beginning and the end of the season, you need to reserve a taxi. Check with your hotel/hut/guest house manager to ask if there are other hikers in the same situation with whom you can share the fare.
  • Optional: the Col de Balme chairlift and gondola at Le Tour, approximately €20.

- Tickets to visit monuments or museums.
- Drinks.
- Tips.


France and Italy are part of the Euro zone. You may find ATMs easily in the main cities and towns.
Better to have cash in the most remote areas to purchase extras (ex.: for drinks). Huts do not always accept credit cards.