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Holidaying in the Tour du Mont Blanc

Tour du Mont Blanc Holiday Highlights The Tour du Mont Blanc is one of World’s most famous and greatest holiday hiking trails. Well known in the UK, USA, Canada and Australasia Hiking through the Alpine landscapes with spectacular mountain view Peak season occurs in the second week of June till mid-September Hotel and accommodation based tour with transport and cable …

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Tour du Mont Blanc: Facts 

About the Name ‘Tour du Mont Blanc’ The Tour du Mont Blanc is the appropriate French name for the walk. Also condensed to ‘the Tour’ or TMB, the English equal of the name would be Tour of White Mountain, while the Italian equivalent is the Giro di Monte Bianco. Tour du Mont Blanc Distance The distance of the TMB from …

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The Alps: A Landscape as Challenging as It Is Scenic

The Alps stretch for 700 miles from idyllic southern France to the jagged coast of the Adriatic Sea in Albania, visiting picturesque destinations in Europe like Switzerland and northern Italy on their way and cresting 15,771ft (4,807m) at Mont Blanc. Tour du Mont Blanc It is from the aforementioned alpine zenith that the famous European long-distance walk, the Tour du …

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Tour du Mont Blanc- Fear of Heights

Fear of Heights- Safety The mountain trail ascends altitudes that can seem daunting to anyone who has a fear of heights. But it isn’t a problem, as the trail paths are well secured. There aren’t any obvious sheer drops that should worry hikers. In any case, inexperienced mountain trekkers are advised to go in groups on a guided tour. At …

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Details of the Tour

Why the Tour du Mont Blanc? You don’t need to be an avid mountain hiker to enjoy the experience of long-distance tours across the French Alps. If you appreciate the beauty of nature, and love to get some adventure while you are at it, the Tour du Mont Blanc is the sure way to go. During the 10-day trek, you …

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Tour du Mont Blanc: When to Go

The best time to go There is no best time to go, but most people will trek the Tour du Mont Blanc during the summer from the end of June to the middle of September. At this time, most of the old winter snow will have melted, the weather will be warm and the hotels will be open. If you …

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Tour du Mont Blanc- Family

At Salamander Adventures, we have fun Tour du Mont Blanc packages suitable for family trips. Our self-guided trek affords you the opportunity to have an independent trekking experience with your family. Designed for a minimum of two, the self-guided plan allows you to spend 9 nights in hotels and 1 night at an auberge. You also have access to en-suite …

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