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Giro D’Italia takes over Courmayeur this May

Gather your bike horns, bike garb and maybe even your bike iself! Courmayeur is calling this May with the exciting announcement that the Giro d’Italia will be visiting town. Spring is the perfect time of year for road cycling as you can enjoy sunny conditions without the blasting heat of summer. Additionally, accommodation prices have […]
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Chamonix Summer Holiday(s), Chamonix Activities, Adventure tree park

Chamonix adventure parks are calling this summer

Depending on who you are and where you come from your idea of adventure may be as different as a favourite dessert! In the Mont Blanc region, our list of Chamonix adventure parks really is the cherry on top of your holiday. From the mini mountaineers to the family that prioritises the place over the […]
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Chamonix: eco-friendly holiday destination

Chamonix is a beautiful natural destination which brings visitors throughout the year and all four seasons. We know that people come here to see the majestic mountains and to enjoy the natural attractions such as the glaciers and the skiing during the snowy winter. In order to ensure that generations to come can continue to […]
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Guide to Martigny day trip from Chamonix

Chamonix is located at a crossroads in the Alps, nestled in the corner of France between Italy and Switzerland. Thanks to this convenient location, there are many attractive destinations which are within easy reach for a day trip, including Courmayeur, Aosta and Turin in Italy, and Annecy. In winter, you can also enjoy ski away […]
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Mountain restaurants & summer huts in Chamonix

Mountain restaurants and their younger siblings, summer huts in Chamonix’s lower altitude locations, are not-to-be-missed for refreshments during a hike or for a more filling lunchtime meal. Sometimes hidden away in the mountains, these pleasant rest stops are ideal destinations for a well-deserved break after a long day. Some tips on terminology A key French […]
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Explore the best parks in Chamonix & the valley

Whether you are looking for some relaxation after a day of hiking, or just a spot to enjoy some family time, the parks in Chamonix are the ideal locations. Away from the noise of the high street and the bars, the Chamonix valley has plenty of little parks where you can while away an afternoon. […]
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Guide to indoor climbing in Chamonix

So you’ve made it and your fingers are twitching to get into climbing in Chamonix. Whether you’re an expert looking for the low-down on where to climb indoors, or an absolute fresh-out-of-the-chalk-box beginner, this blog detailing the French grading system and local indoor climbing gyms of Chamonix is for you! All about indoor climbing Bouldering […]
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Guide to Family Hikes in Chamonix Valley

You have arrived on your holiday and you want to go on one of the family hikes in Chamonix valley. Which hike do you choose and how do you prepare with little ones in tow? Well, all will depend on the age and ability of your walkers, and the weather of course! We have teamed […]
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Via Ferrata in Chamonix: what you need

If you’re not an experienced rock climber, but you’re looking for the mental and physical challenge of climbing and the spectacular views that go with it, Via Ferrata in Chamonix is for you! Chamonix is deservedly known as the heart of alpinism worldwide. With such fame and popularity comes investment and growth in a full […]
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Guide to Chamonix Marathon du Mont Blanc

The Chamonix Marathon, known locally as the Marathon du Mont Blanc, is much more than 26.2 miles… For a start, as we’re in France, all the distances are in kilometres rather than in miles, so the marathon is in fact a 42km distance race. But putting metric versus imperial aside, there are now 8 races taking […]
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