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The Mont-Blanc Massif

Mountains in the heart of 3 countries

The Mont-Blanc massif spreads over three countries: France (Haute Savoie) and Italy (Val d'Aoste) as far as its highest peaks are concerned, but also Switzerland and its Canton Wallis on the Eastern strip. This mountain range is made unique not only for its high altitude, but also for its spectacular glaciers.

Peaks at over 4000m

This is the most famous mountain range in the Alps with 31 peaks above the 4000m mark. Not only does it comprise Occidental Europe's highest peak (Mont Blanc, 4810m), but also some of the Alps' most reputable summits such as the Grandes Jorasses (4208 m), the Aiguille Verte (4122m), and the Dent du Géant (4013m), to name but a few. The Mont-Blanc is the main glacial group of the occidental Alps.

Exceptional sights

Whether in Chamonix in France or Courmayeur in Italy, in the summer or the winter, on skis or on foot, our tours will always offer the most amazing panoramic views of the Alps, with their glaciers and granite peaks, especially at sunset.



Highlights

  • Exceptional panoramic views of the glaciers
  • the Aiguilles (peaks of granite)

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