Mont Blanc 4809m – Trois Mont Blanc route

The summit of Mont Blanc via Mount Blanc du Tacul and Mont Maudit. Three peaks on Mont Blanc.

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The summit of Mont Blanc via Mount Blanc du Tacul and Mont Maudit. Three peaks on Mont Blanc.

Schedule
DAY 1

Appointment around 11am in Courmayeur (to share cars). After passing the Mont Blanc tunnel we will reach Chamonix. Ascent to Aiguille du Midi. Descent towards the Cosmiques refuge (about half an hour).
Dinner and overnight stay at the refuge.

DAY 2

• Night departure between midnight and 1 am, to reach the summit of Mont Blanc (4810m) along the French route of the Trois Monts (we should reach the summit around 6:00 am).

Difference in altitude 1450 metres

Development 7 km
• Descent along the same path and ascent to the Aiguille du Midi cable car to return to Chamonix (around 3/4pm).

Participants

• 1 per guide

Dates

The expected duration is 2 days:

  • All WE (subject to availability of the Cosmiques refuge)
  • Midweekly on request

Number of participants: 1 per guide

Required skills

Excellent physical condition. Trained person who practices sports even at a non-competitive level. Previous experience on steep terrain. Have successfully completed an Advanced internship with Adventure Dreamers or comparable mountaineering curriculum.

Excellent physical condition. Trained person who practices sports even at a non-competitive level. Previous experience on steep terrain. Have successfully completed an Advanced internship with Adventure Dreamers or comparable mountaineering curriculum.

The price includes

  • Mountain Guide Instructor for 5 days;
  • Accommodation for the mountain guide half board included;
  • 1 night in Ayas in a hotel (in a double/triple room, overnight stay and breakfast included in the price!)
  • Common equipment (ropes, carabiners, quickdraws)
  • Sign up to the Adventure Dreamers group in your region and be able to participate in free self-organized activities of our members throughout the year.

The price does not include

  • Drinks and extras in the refuge
  • Travel costs to reach Chamonix (the guide does not contribute to the travel costs)
  • Possibility to rent boots (at Monturastore AlpStation in Aosta)
  • Supplementary accident insurance ► more information
  • Everything not included under “the price includes”

Required personal equipment

  • Layered clothing suitable for high mountains (See FAQ below)
  • Harness, crampons, ice ax (can be rented – See FAQ below)
  • Sunglasses (at least cat. 3, preferably 4), sun cream, hat, neck warmer, two pairs of snow gloves, thermos or water depending on the temperature, 30/40 liter backpack
  • Waterproof high ankle mountain boots

See FAQ for a complete list of equipment and clothing

The Guides

AD collaborates exclusively with UIAGM certified Alpine Guides

Over the years, an excellent relationship of collaboration, trust and friendship has been established with all the guides chosen for our events. We are a guarantee of a professional service carried out safely thanks to the experience of our guides.

FAQ

Domande frequenti
Excellent physical condition. Trained person who practices sports even at a non-competitive level. Previous experience on steep terrain. Have successfully completed an Advanced internship with Adventure Dreamers or comparable mountaineering curriculum. You can see this article for comparison.
Obviously a good physical shape allows you to progress faster.
Progression above 4000m is more tiring than at low altitude, this is due to the lack of oxygen.
If you have mountain experience even in the winter season and have already reached another 4000m of intermediate difficulty you will be able to participate

The registration fee includes:

– 2 days with a mountain guide
– Accommodation costs and personal and guide half board
– Personal and guide cable car expenses
– Membership in the Adventure Dreamers group in your region, being able to participate in free self-organised activities of our members throughout the year.

However, it does not include travel to the places where the event takes place and the rental of ice axe, crampons, harness and helmet.
The event will take place in the Mont Blanc massif in the locations indicated in the Programme. However, due to weather conditions or the state of the glaciers and in any case for safety reasons, the Alpine Guide reserves the right to modify the program at its sole discretion.
In the morning the wake-up call is scheduled for around midnight, around 1am.

Meeting point in Courmayeur on the first day at 11am (the precise location will then be indicated by the guide). By car you will go to Chamonix.

Winter mountain clothing, “onion” clothing is recommended, i.e. with various layers to be adjusted based on the temperature:
– thermal underwear
– pail or soft shell type layer – waterproof shell + warm down jacket or similar
– Trousers in soft-shell or goretex shell or similar
– Hat or headband
– two pairs of snow gloves (one warm and one lighter and more sensitive)
– fog mask and sunglasses
– UV rays protective cream
– Front
– Backpack 30/40 LT
– Sheet bag
– Telescopic poles (optional but very useful)
– Cramponable mountain boots (crampon insert at least in the heel)
-bars/dried fruit/gel for the climb
-water bottle

– Mountaineering equipment (harness, ice axe, crampons) ► Possibility of rental or purchase of ‘equipment in agreement!
– Boots can be rented at the Alp Station shop in Aosta (you have to arrange the rental yourself)
Common equipment such as ropes, webbing, carabiners etc. available from the mountain guide.

RENTAL The request for rental equipment must be communicated in good time, at least one week before the start of the event.
However, we recommend communicating this when purchasing the event. The guide will bring all the equipment directly to the event.

You can book your equipment from HERE

NOTE: We do not provide boot rental. Boots can be rented at the Monturastore AlpStation shop in Aosta (you have to arrange the rental yourself, the shop is located in Saint-christophe, Aosta, tel. 0165 267898) Useful links for choosing equipment and clothing:
Clothing and equipment for mountaineering, ski touring and ice climbing
• BAD WEATHER: The decision regarding the cancellation of the excursion lies with the mountain guide. The mountain guide will evaluate the feasibility of the climb each time. In case of scheduled cancellation it is possible to move the ascent date.
• FAILURE TO PARTICIPATE: if you are unable to participate due to personal reasons it will not be possible to receive a refund.
• FAILURE TO REACH A PEAK: in case of failure to reach a peak foreseen in the program, no refund will be provided. • INAPPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT: it is not possible to receive a refund if you do not have the mandatory technical equipment and/or unsuitable clothing. In this case the guide may decide not to let you participate in the climb • OTHER CAUSES: for any other cause of cancellation on our part you are entitled to a refund.
• COVID OR OTHER ILLNESSES/INJURIES: there is no refund due to COVID, various injuries or other illnesses. No refunds will be given if a member of the group is unable to reach the summit or if the guide decides to descend due to reasons due to the group’s abilities or the weather. The group agrees to respect the unquestionable judgment of the Alpine Guide and that nothing is owed by the organization.

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