Tour du Mont Blanc

Enjoy the stunning views of Mont Blanc from both Italy and France, experiencing the best of what both countries have to offer. From the excitement of the slopes to luxury fine dining, this ski experience is the perfect all-rounder as you stay in both Chamonix and Courmayeur.

Chamonix is world renowned for its challenging skiing, backcountry routes and scenic mountains but there is plenty on offer for all skiers. The skiing is spread over several areas accessed by bus or taxi and all offering something a little bit different. Given the scale and depth of the area, we highly recommend skiing with a local instructor or guide to make the most of your time on the snow. Chamonix is a gorgeous town full of shops and restaurants. It’s a fabulous place to wander after a day’s skiing with a huge number of options for dining.

Staying at the historic Grand Hotel des Alpes, you can enjoy a delightful and relaxing ambience. The library-style bar with open log fire and terrace is quiet and peaceful and the frescoed breakfast room is charming. Off the slopes you can experience scenic helicopter rides, the historic Montenvers funicular railway, winter walks, and even visit the Ice Cave carved into a glacier.

Travelling then to Courmayeur on the Italian side of Mont Blanc, you’ll experience more amazing skiing as well as delicious Italian dining. A truly characterful mountain village with quaint streets and stunning views whichever way you turn. A wander down Via Roma in the early evening is charming with plenty of après ski bustle. The ski area is compact but has a good variety of runs and some long descents so great for intermediates. Once again the back country and off piste options for advanced skiers are excellent so well worth hiring a guide to explore the terrain.

You’ll be staying at Le Massif, a 5-star modern hotel. Alongside all the facilities you would expect, they also have a slope side chalet, La Loge du Massif, which houses a cosy lounge/bar, a gourmet restaurant and a ski room where your ski kit will be stored and ready for you each morning so you can step in and ski away with no need to carry equipment around.

Guide price £2550 per person

Package per person includes:

  • 4 nights B&B at the Grand Hotel des Alpes in Chamonix based on two people sharing a superior ‘Mont Blanc’ room
  • 4 nights B&B at Le Massif in Courmayeur based on two people sharing a Deluxe room 
  • 3 private taxi transfers
  • 7-day Mont Blanc unlimited lift pass

Additional Extras:

  • Scenic helicopter flights of Mont Blanc
  • Ski & boot hire
  • Private instructor or mountain guide

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One of the great ancient Alpine capitals Chamonix ski resort boasts some of the best skiing and scenery in the Alps, with a large variety of runs and wonderful views of Mont Blanc. It is a popular destination for international skiers and is consistently rated as one of the top ten in the world thanks to its reputation as a truly bustling and exciting town.

Set at the foot of Mont Blanc, Chamonix ski resort is filled with an excellent array of shops, restaurants, bars and other activities to keep you occupied whilst you’re not skiing. Chamonix is a beautiful town and extremely appealing to the eye; you can look forward to a nice mix of cobbled streets, medieval church towers and traditional chalets.

Chamonix has a brilliant skiing area that is well suited to the intermediate and advanced skier. It should be noted that Chamonix is not a ski-in ski-out destination offering slopeside accommodation. The ski resort is comprised of six separate ski areas, which means that a bus service is required to travel between them. However, this is a small price to pay for the huge range of skiing which is then provided to explore, making the resort such a coveted destination for discerning skiers. 

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