With our alpine guides you can reach the 4810mt summit of Mont Blanc the highest in the alps. All done with your safety in mind and with an appropriate training for the ascent. Full Immersion Mont Blanc offers an unforgetable experience. We leave from the refuge very early whilst it is still dark and walk under a star filled sky until the warm sun comes up and gently illuminates the Chamonix valley.
We prepare you in the 3 preceeding days for this summit attempt. The training involves understanding how to use the alpine equipment needed for the ascent and practice of the use of equipment and techniques whilst completing other easy climbs on Mont Blanc.
Details of the climb
The day is spent acclimatising to high altitude and a trial run of the use of the technical materials used on the Glacier such as crampons and ice axes.
Crossing - Aiguille du Midi - Punta Helbronner - 4 hours
Climb at high altitude. From the Punta Helbronner (3600 mt.) we cross with a cablecar to the Aiguille du Midi (3900 mt.). From here we descend via an easy crest and we face an easy walk on the Glacier without any technical difficulty.
Day off or choice of activity (organised and paid for locally)
It is your choice to take a day off to rest before the Cervino ascent. You could always try something different such as canyoning, tandem paragliding, or rafting.
Nid d'Aigle - Gouter Refuge 3800 mt - 5 hours
First day of climbing on Mont Blanc.
From Les Houches we take the cable car to Bellevue and then a small train that takes us to an altitude of 2600 mt. From here we head to the Gouter Refuge (3800 mt.) passing by the Tette Rousse refuge.
Gouter refuge – Summit Mont Blanc 4810 mt. - 4 hour ascent, 6 hour descent
Departure for the summit at approx 02.00, return to the refuge and continue the descent back to the train which will take us back towards Chamonix.
The tour may be modified by your Alpine Guide based on the weather or if the conditions are deemed to be dangerous for the participants.
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