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Mon Roadbook App
Gite with rooms
Multi-day hike
Réf : E39M
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

  • One of the must-do through hikes of the European Alps!

  • The entire Haute Route from Chamonix to Zermatt.

  • The Europa Trail including a section that takes you across the world's longest suspension footbridge.

  • The "Mon Roadbook" mobile application is available for this tour.

"Mon Roadbook" app is available for this trip.
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Enjoy this prestigious tour from one legendary peak to another, Mont-Blanc and the Matterhorn. This "green" moderate version of the glacier high route between Chamonix and Zermatt leads through forests and alpine pastures to the high passes linking the range's characteristic and authentic mountain valleys. With one spectacular vista after another, savor this serene approach to one of the most sought after journeys through the Alps.

Your choice of lodging + Luggage transfer

Gite with rooms From July to September

Without luggage transfer From 2200 €* Book / Enquire Devis
With luggage transfer From 2370 €* Book / Enquire Devis

Are you looking for a singular experience with family, friends, colleagues, or a club, organized and led by one of our professional mountain guides?

Travel with a guide

* Price based on 4-person group

Past questions
Teresa E.

I am reaching out on behalf of a mountain club in Athens, Greece on Self-guided Haute Route Trek: Chamonix to Zermatt. We would like help to organise a trip for our members at the end of the trekking season of the HR.

We estimate 15- 20 participants. Ideally we would like to have a quotation per participant for a group of 10 or 15 or 20 participants. Also we would appreciate a detailed itinerary, baggage transfer cost and insurance costs. Our aim is to go on this trek without a guide but have a business partner like you that could take care of all the logistics. ( lodging & food)

Let me know if you need any more information.

Kind Regards,
  • Julie M. Julie M.'s photo
    Mont Blanc Experience Team
    Hi Teresa,
    Thank you for your interest in our company! We will be very happy to organize this self-guided trip for you! You can contact me directly at [email protected] so that we will chat about your trip plan!
    We have two different trips that may interest you, depending on how many days you want to hike. The end of the season is a very good choice, I recommend you start in early September so that all accommodations will always be open.



Prices (incl. taxes) from july to september 2023

Gite with rooms
Price per person
Without luggage transferWith luggage transfer
Single seasonSingle season
2 people1 shared room2300 €2995 €
3 people1 shared room2250 €2580 €
4 people1 shared room2200 €2370 €
5 people1 shared room2185 €2240 €
6 people1 shared room2165 €2160 €
  • Single season : From 01 July 2023 to 20 September 2023


The price includes / does not include

The price includes:
- Accommodations as described for 12 nights.
- Meals: 12 breakfasts, 10 dinners.
- Baggage transfers if you choose this option (not available for days 4, 5, 6 and 12).
- Private transfer from Champex to the start of the hike (Day 4).
- Transfer from Arolla to the start of the hike (Day 8).
- The roadbook (as well as maps and reservation vouchers) for a 4-person group.
- Emergency hotline 24/7.
- Access to the new mobile phone application (including GPS guidance).

Price does not include:
- Transportation to the meeting point at the start of the trip and from the point where the trip officially ends.
- Dinner on Day 1 in Chamonix and Day 12 in Zermatt.
- Picnic lunches (about CHF10-CHF15 per lunch depending on the location).
- Showers in those huts that charge a fee.
- Drinks, tips, and personal expenses.
- Insurance for trip cancellation/interruption, lost/stolen baggage, or assistance.
- Everything not described as "included".

  Other expenses
- Lunches: at grocery stores or huts for your picnic lunches.
- Drinks and tips.
- Public transportation and chairlifts during the tour.

Day 2:
local bus from Chamonix to Tré-le-Champs: free
Day 8: optional local bus from Lake Moiry to Zinal: CHF 8.
Day 10:
Jungu aerial tram: CHF 12.
Day 11:
train from Saint Niklaus to Herbriggen: CHF 4,5


Switerzland doesn't belong to Euro zone. The Swiss use their own currency, the Swiss Franc. The exchange rate is approximately 1 CHF = 1 EUR. Please check here for current rates.
Swiss shops and hotels may take euros (usually in bills only, and change in CHF), and usually offer an unfavorable exchange rate (for you). You are better off paying by credit/debit card or withdrawing cash from an ATM.
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.