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The Tour du Mont Blanc is one of the planet’s most stunning treks for beginners and experienced walkers alike. A clockwise tour of Mont Blanc is expertly organised by Salamander Adventures, providing an eleven day specialist trek of the region’s most beautiful parts. With no climbing experience necessary, the route covers approximately 165km around the most accessible walking routes at an average altitude of 2000m above sea level. The trail covers an incredible 165km of walking around the Mont Blanc massif, at an average altitude of 2000m. Salamander Adventures pride themselves on providing an incredibly wellorganised trip, to ensure all parties can concentrate on the personal, physical challenge of the trail and the outstanding views. The Tour du Mont Blanc extends through an extensive clockwise tour of the region, traversing the borders of France, Switzerland and Italy. Flights from the UK to Geneva airport are regular and pocketfriendly, enticing more and more British hikers further afield to take the Tour du Mont Blanc trail. The trail begins in Les Houches, Argentieres in France in the famous ski resort of the Chamonix Valley. Using the Bovine route, the group reaches Champex in Switzerland on day five. Another Tour du Mont Blanc highlight sees the party cross the famous Grand Col Ferret over to Italy, in La Palud, a village on the outskirts of ski resort Courmayeur, before the spectacular panoramas spur on the incredible trek home. The Tour du Mont Blanc offer three varied price options, based on whether one would prefer to be part of of a guided or self guided party. Each budget option includes full accommodation, luggage dropoffs and meals throughout the trip. The fresh, pure air, physical challenge and determination compares nothing to the views of vivid landscape combinations, whether lakes, glacier or ice topped backgrounds, pastures, sustainable energy, agriculture and historically protected architecture only found in the Alpine region. The atmosphere is is addictive, with scenes of dramatic, naturalistic perfection for everyone. The accommodation is provided each evening to coincide with each stage of the trail’s completion. Walking an average of ten miles a day, the Tour du Mont Blanc ensures a comfortable, homely accommodation option for ample rest each evening. Courmayeur’s outskirts include La Palud a small village where the Tour du Mont Blanc’s travel parties take a wellearned days’s rest. The hamlet of La Palud has a new cable car, the Monte Bianco Skyway, completed in 201 The state of the art revolving cable can comfortably host eighty nonclimbers to the snowcovered heights of the Mont Blanc massif. The cable car ascends to Punta Helbronner, the highest accessible summit on the way to Mont Blanc’s peak, a vantage point for any member of the public who would like to reach 3466m above sea level. The village is also nearby to a huge array of Italian restaurants, and even offers a natural thermal spa to really unwind, relaxing any aching muscles in preparation for the final days of trekking and sublime viewseeking. The Tour du Mont Blanc is the most accessible trail in Western Europe, providing an adventure that includes the best views with some of the most pretty areas of protected natural beauty and endemic wildlife. The Tour du Mont Blanc by Salamander Adventures are now offering places for summer 2017. Trekking the Tour du Mont Blanc is a simply unforgettable accomplishment to remember and cherish, forever.
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