Spectacular Mountain Outings by Day

Join us this winter for a week of snowshoeing adventure in the heart of the French Alps. Based from a luxury chalet in the historic mountain town of Chamonix, our private mini bus will take us to a stunning new location each day for us to enjoy the peace and serenity of the winter landscape. Our hikes will take us through forest tracks, charming hamlets and idyllic snow-covered pastures. We will reach breath taking panoramas of the Mont Blanc Massif and its immense glaciers.

Cozy Comfort at Night

Each night there is time for us to relax in front of the fire and enjoy a well-deserved three course meal served by our wonderful chalet host. 

Weather conditions allowing, we will head to the world famous Grand St Bernard Monastery for an overnight adventure. At 8100ft, the Monastery sits on a historic mountain pass and is completely snowed in for most of the year, meaning it can only be reached by snowshoes or skis. If the snow or weather conditions are not safe for the overnight trip, then we have plenty more winter hiking adventures up our sleeve. 


Overview Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive Geneva – Transfer to Chalet in Chamonix

Day 2 – Introduction to Snowshoeing in the Chamonix Valley

Day 3 – Mont Truc

Day 4 – Overnight trip to the Grand St Bernard Monastery

Day 5 – Grand St Bernard Monastery back to Chamonix

Day 6 – Vallon de Bérard and the Col de Bérard

Day 7 – Guided tour of the Aiguille du Midi and evening igloo and fondue adventure

Day 8 – Depart Chamonix - Onward travel

View Detailed Itinerary

Tour Price

$2,695 per person based on double occupancy

$500 single supplement

per person

Trip Dates

10 March 2018 - 17 March 2018 Sold Out

17 March 2018 - 24 March 2018 Sold Out

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Trip Highlights

  • Overnight stay at the world famous Saint Bernard Monastery
  • Ascending the Aiguille du Midi on the world’s highest vertical ascent cable car
  • Evening igloo and fondue adventure
  • Explore alpine pastures and hidden valleys only accessible by snow shoes and skis.