Mont Blanc (also known as La Blanche) is the highest peak in the Alps and in Western Europe, with a height of 4810m and located in the France, not far from the border with Italy and Switzerland. The first ascent was made by Jacques Balmat and Michel Paccard on August 8, 1786.
Period: August (end of month)
Route: Departure is done with the famous Lafayette tram, which climbs up to 2500m, from where the actual climb begins until the refuge of Tête Rousse (3167m). From here, we continue walking through the Grand Canyon where we will take care of the stones, following a climbing climb to the Goûter refuge 3817m. From here, we will cover the corners because the ascent to the top is made on the glacier.
For those interested, please contact me to discuss the details of the expedition.