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.
A journey that takes you within reach of some of the most beautiful 4000 meter peaks in the Alps.
Full immersion into the local mountain cultures of the Valais and Aosta valleys.
An Mont Blanc Experience exclusive.
A first experience at high elevation, crossing over two glacial passes (Collon and Theodul) with a high-mountain guide.
Breathtaking views of the glaciers clinging to and tumbling down the north and south faces of the Matterhorn.
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Your choice of lodging + Luggage transfers
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* Price based on 4-person group
Prices (incl. taxes) from july to september 2022
|Guest house with rooms|
Price per person
|Without luggage transfers||With luggage transfers|
|Low season||Peak season||Low season||Peak season|
|2 people1 shared room||1385 €||1410 €||2115 €||2140 €|
|3 people1 shared room||1225 €||1250 €||1735 €||1760 €|
|4 people1 shared room||1145 €||1170 €||1545 €||1570 €|
|5 people1 shared room||1100 €||1125 €||1435 €||1460 €|
|6 people1 shared room||1075 €||1095 €||1365 €||1390 €|
- Low season : From 01 July 2022 to 28 July 2022, from 31 August 2022 to 20 September 2022, from 01 September 2022 to 20 September 2022
- Peak season : From 29 July 2022 to 30 August 2022, from 01 August 2022 to 31 August 2022
|Guest house with shared rooms|
Price per person
|With luggage transfers|
|Low season||Peak season|
|2 people1 shared room||2115 €||2140 €|
|3 people1 shared room||1735 €||1760 €|
|4 people1 shared room||1545 €||1570 €|
|5 people1 shared room||1435 €||1460 €|
|6 people1 shared room||1365 €||1390 €|
- Low season : From 01 July 2022 to 31 July 2022, from 01 September 2022 to 20 September 2022
- Peak season : From 01 August 2022 to 31 August 2022
The price includes / does not include
The price includes
- Accommodations from Day 1 through Day 8.
- Breakfast from Day 2 through Day 8.
- Dinners from Day 1 through Day 7.
- IFMGA mountain guide services for Collon Pass crossing on day 4, and Theodul Glacier crossing on day 6 (1 guide for 8 people).
- Fees for organizing the trip.
- The roadbook (as well as a map and reservation vouchers for a group of 2 to 4 people).
The price does not include
- The transfer by train from Zermatt to Sankt-Niklaus.
- The lift ticket for the Sankt Niklaus-Jungu aerial tram (approximately 12 CHF).
- The transfer from Mayens de Cotter to Arolla via Les Haudières (approximately 10 CHF).
- The lift ticket for the Breuil-Cervina/Testa Grigia aerial tram (approximately 18 CHF).
- The lift ticket for the Trockener Steg/Schwarzee aerial tram (approximately 18 CHF).
- Cancellation/trip interruption/baggage loss insurance and assistance.
- Transfers to and from the start and end points.
- Anything that is not specifically indicated in the "The price includes" section.
- If you register less 15 days before the start of the trip, the additional "last-minute" fees to process your application in time.
- The optional "climbing the Breithorn (4164m)" on day 6.
- Any unplanned transfers.
- Lunches (picnics or meals at a hut along the way).
- Fees if a hut charges for showers.
- Admission to any monuments or sites of interest.
- Drinks and 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.