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Don’t look any further. Alpenwild’s Tour du Mont Blanc stands above the rest. Alpenwild has perfected the TMB. Here’s what sets Alpenwild’s TMB apart from and far above any other Mont Blanc trek:
No other tour operator on the TMB includes better hotels. In eleven nights you’ll stay six nights 4-star hotels, five 3-star hotels, and one clean comfortable mountain lodge. Every night you’ll have a private room—no packed musty dormitories on an Alpenwild TMB. When you sleep better, you hike better.
On the TMB you’re hiking through three of Europe’s finest food regions—the Haute Savoie, the Swiss Valais, and the Val d’Aosta. With our focus on food you’ll enjoy the best of local specialties, cheeses, wine, and chocolate. All meals are included—breakfast, lunch, dinner, and trail snack. We feature a la carte dining wherever possible at select restaurants.
Many operators farm out trip leadership to third-party guides they’ve never even met prior to the tour. We use our own guides exclusively. They are intimately familiar with the route, history, and culture. They are certified and legally authorized to guide on the TMB. Most are native English speakers. They include professional World Cup skiers, an Olympic athlete, and skilled photographers. They are the best in the business. They bring the trail to life and provide you with an amazing experience. Want to know more? Meet them on our Alpenwild Trip Leader page.
Our TMB is supported by our own vehicle and driver. You’ll have your luggage waiting for you at the hotel every night, so you can pack light and enjoy the hike to its fullest. The vehicle is waiting to pick you up at the end of the hike—saving you from walking miles along a road to get to and from the trailhead.
We’ve crafted a route with timing, lunch breaks, and accommodations that avoid the crowds swarming around the huts and cols. You’ll enjoy the TMB in a more peaceful and pristine setting.
Our route is not a hodge-podge of dayhikes or a trudge along overly-trodden trails. It’s true to the mountain and an adventure in the spirit of Saussure’s first walk around the Mont Blanc Massif in 1767—but with better hotels, food, and a lot more fun.