Day 1:

Trip to Chamonix – Meeting the guide around 19h00 to finalise the details of the week.


Day 2:

Transfer to Pravieux, Val Savarenche (1871m) – Chabod Hut (2750m)

Duration: 3h30

Elevation gain/loss: + 880m


Day 3:

Chabod Hut (2750m) - Gran Paradiso (4061m) – Chabod Hut (2750m)

Duration: 7h

Elevation gain/loss: + 1350m / - 1350m


Day 4:

Chabod Hut (2750m) - Pravieux (2750m) – Transfer back to Chamonix

Duration: 3h

Elevation gain/loss: - 880m


Day 5:

Chamonix - Nid de l'Aigle (2372m) - Tête Rousse Hut (3167m)

Duration: 2.5h

Elevation gain/loss: + 800m


Day 6:

Tête Rousse Hut (3167m) - Mont Blanc (4808m) - Goûter Hut (3817m)

Duration: 9h

Elevation gain/loss: + 1700m / - 1040m


Day 7:

Goûter Hut (3817m) - Nid de l'Aigle (2372m) - Chamonix

Duration: 4h

Elevation gain/loss: - 1450m


  • UIAGM/AEGM Mountain Guide services.
  • Personal advises prior the trip.
  • Safety equipment for the whole group.
  • Reservations management services.


Not Included:

  • Travelling to Chamonix.
  • Transfers and/or cable cars.
  • Accommodation, food and drinks.
  • Members and guide/s extra expenses due to possible unexpected program variations.


Additional information:

  • Each group member taking part in the program is required to possess an at date license issued by the Mountaineering Federation valid in the Alps.
  • Alpinism is an extraordinary pass time but it involves risks. Each member of this journey takes full responsibility of what could happen.
  • The mountain guide reserves the right to modify the program depending on weather and snow conditions, group factor or any other cause that in his opinion may be decisive.
  • Cramponable mountaineering boots
  • Telescopic trekking poles


  • Crampons with anti-balling plates
  • Helmet
  • Ice axe


  • 40 l. backpack
  • Light harness
  • Headlight + batteries


  • 2 x screw-lock carabiners
  • 1 x 6 mm dyneema sling 3m long
  • 1 x 6 mm dyneema sling 1.5m long
  • 1 x ice screw


  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream factor 50+
  • Lip balm factor 50+


  • Goggles
  • Thin gloves
  • Ski gloves
  • Midweight socks + spare
  • Buff
  • Hat
  • Durable summer mountaineering pants
  • Base layer pants
  • Lightweight Gore-Tex pants
  • Gore-Tex jacket
  • Primaloft
  • Polartec or lightweight fleece
  • “Micro-fibre” base layer long sleeve t-shirt + spare


  • Snacks (sandwich, chocolates, cereal bars, ...)
  • Water bottle 1.5 l.


  • Silk sleeping bag


  • Mobile phone
  • Camera
  • Chargers


  • ID/Driving license
  • Cash (provide foreign currency if needed)
  • Mountaineering Federation license valid for the Alps.
  • Abroad health Insurance

For the outdoor activity that you plan to be successful it is very important that it accommodates to your level, both physical and technical. Here we present some guidelines so that you can get an idea of what your level is according to the programs we propose. However, we recommend reaching to us so we can help you personally and adapt the program to your conditions.


Alpinism & Climbing


  • Technical Level

  • 1 - None or very little experience in mountaineering. Use of crampons once or never. Big expertise in trekking. Able to walk on different terrains (snow or rock) with easy climbs. Ascents rank as "F".
  • 2 - Mid-experience in mountaineering. Frequent climbs using ice axes and crampons in steep terrain. Knowledge of using ropes for belaying. Progression in alpine glaciers. Moderate expertise in climbing and progression in ridges. Ascents rank as "PD".
  • 3 - High experience in mountaineering who has made alpine ascents and multi pitch trad climbs up to the IVth or Vth grades. Able to use self-protection tools (friends, stoppers, ice screws), install a belay, abseil. Also experienced in heights over 4000m. Practice mountaineering often. Use of crampons and ice axes on slopes of ice or snow of more than 50º. Ascent rank as "D".

  • Fitness Level

  • 1 - Being able to walk in the mountains for 3 to 4 hours gaining 800 meters of altitude with a lightweight backpack of about 5 kg.
  • 2 - Walk along itineraries in the mountains for 4 to 6 hours gaining 1000 meters of altitude with an 8 kg backpack.
  • 3 - Able to make mountain itineraries for more than 8 hours and ascending 1500 meters or more, loaded with a backpack of 10 kg.

Next Dates :

June to mid September


The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps and undeniably the best known of the mountain range. That makes it very coveted by most of the climbers who aim to reach its summit to overcome the high alpine challenge to have climbed the highest mountain in Western Europe and be able to enjoy the scene that is experienced from the top.

The Goûter Route, in spite of being the easiest one, it requires a high level of physical fitness, good acclimatization and good technical skills in crossing rocky and icy terrain. It is a genuine challenge that you should not underestimate at all. Therefore, we propose a one-week program to optimise the chances of success and guarantee a high-quality experience.




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