Climb Mont Blanc Video
Climbing Mont Blanc typically takes two days, but we add in a spare day in case of bad weather to maximise your chance of success.
We start by driving to Les Houches (10min) and then taking uplifts before walking to the Tete Rousse hut (3167m) for an overnight stay, followed by an ascent via the Gouter/Bosses ridge.
On the return you will spend the night in the Gouter hut (3813m) and head back to Chamonix on the Saturday. This will depend though on a number of factors, including weather and hut availability.