Departs Chamonix






Trip Cost

from $3980 pp
twin share


  • Trek Mont Blanc – Europe’s most classic mountain walk.
  • Experience spectacular Alpine scenery.
  • Walk with an experienced English speaking guide who will bring the trail to life.
  • Trek through three countries: France, Italy and Switzerland.
  • Small groups with a maximum of 12 people.

The spectacular Mont Blanc circuit trek is one of the world’s classic hikes and demands some respect. From the massif of Mont Blanc (4810m – the highest mountain in western Europe), seven valleys extend into France, Italy, and Switzerland. Each valley retains its own unique culture, architecture, and landscape and it’s through these valleys you will hike. Each day we hike up to the ridges and descend into valleys below, with time to enjoy views of glaciers, green mountain meadows and snow-capped peaks.

This adventure combines three countries into one trip as we cross the rugged Alps from France to Italy and Switzerland. The trek around Mont Blanc is one of Europe’s best mountain walks. You’ll get a chance to appreciate the different cultures, foods, and people while you hike through glorious Alpine scenery.

We operate with small groups (maximum 12 walkers) and our trips are guaranteed to depart with just 4 people. All our guided trips are led by experienced International Mountain Leaders.

Extend Your Holiday – City Breaks

Double your holiday experience by including a stopover on your journey! A city break is a great way to explore another place, indulge in some extra shopping, dining or sightseeing and is a great way to break up a long flight. Our fabulous array of RAW Travel city breaks can be tailor made to your requirements and usually include an arrival transfer, 2 nights accommodation and a city sightseeing tour.

Read more about our city breaks.

Are you a first-time or solo traveller?

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Day 1: Arrive in Chamonix

The afternoon is free for you to explore the town and its amazing mountain surroundings. Take a cable car up the famous Aguille de Midi for spectacular views over the Alps or relax in the many street cafes offering excellent cuisine. You will meet with your leader at 5pm in the hotel for a briefing to go over the trip and you then have a chance to get any last minute items you may have forgotten that evening.

Day 2: Trek Chamonix to Les Houches (13km)

To start the tour what better viewpoint than the Brevent. We get there via the Col du Brevent having taken the cable car to Planpraz. From the summit (2525 m), the view of the Mont Blanc in incomparable. However, we have to descend and we go via Bel Lachat and Merlet.

5 hours walking – Ascent 525m / Descent 1400m
Meals: B L D

Day 3: Trek Les Houches to Les Contamines (18km)

Starting by the Col de Bellevue, from where there are great views of the Aiguille du Gouter. A charming traverse passes right at the foot of the Bionnassay Glacier. A bridge across a river and we then ascend up to the Col du Tricot (2120m). From where a zigzagging path leads us down to the Chalets de Miage before descending down to the Val Montjoie. In poor weather, your guide may decide to use another route via Bionassay instead. Overnight in Les Contamines.

7 hours walking – Ascent 1478m / Descent 1318m
Meals: B L D

Day 4: Trek Les Contamines to Les Chapieux (19km)

From the village of Les Contamines, we will walk up to the Col du Bonhomme. The path at this stage leads gently up the valley to the beautiful church of Notre Dame de la Gorge, which will be a picturesque rest stop. The track that was originally constructed by the Romans is roughly paved with large slabs and flagstones. Once past the church, the path winds steeply through pines beside a narrow gorge, where the blue-tinged waters of the Torrent de Tré la Tête boil and thunder between smooth rock walls. We leave the Val Montjoie to cross over to the Beaufortain Valley via the high Col de la Croix du Bonhomme. We arrive at Les Chapieux via the Petit Mont Blanc pasture.
Please note: Accommodation this evening is in a remote location and bathroom facilities will be shared.

7 hours walking – Ascent 1316m / Descent 929m
Meals: B L D

Day 5: Trek Les Chapieux to Val Veny (14km)

A short shuttle bus transfer brings us to Ville des Glaciers (1789 m). We reach the Val d’Aosta via the Col de la Seigne (2516m) and from there we see a most imposing view of the south face of the Mont Blanc. A path leads us around the Limestone Pyramids to reach the moraine of the Estelette Glacier and the nearby Refugio Elizabetta. From here we continue onwards down the valley to our overnight stop, by the glacial Lacs de Miage (a well-known local beauty spot).

For today only, there is no luggage transfer possible. You will be self-supporting for this one night and will be reunited with your baggage in Courmayeur tomorrow. Travel as light as possible – just a change of clothes and a toothbrush!
Please note: Accommodation this evening is in a remote location and bathroom facilities will be shared.  Basic dorm style rooms will be single sex and offered on a triple or quad share basis.

5-6 hours walking – Ascent 850m / Descent 600m
Meals: B L D

Day 6: Trek Val Veny to Courmayeur (17km)

Today is a slightly shorter day to Courmayeur and a chance to relax and take in the views from the terrace in the morning. We start with an ascent to the Arp Vielle and then on to Col Chercrouit (1956m) and descend from there to the village of Dolonne and then Courmayeur.

5 hours walking – ascent 450m / descent 1300m
Meals: B L D

Day 7: Rest Day in Courmayeur

Today you have a full day to explore this Italian Alpine town, enjoy an espresso in one of the street cafes or take the incredible cable car ride from Le Palud to the point Helbronner at 3470m. There is also an excellent thermal bath and spa at Pre St Didier, just 5km away (regular buses). Or you could take a trip to the provincial capital of Aosta (1hr by bus) with its Roman remains and medieval streets. Your leader will be able to offer some suggestions.

Meals: B

Day 8: Trek Courmayeur to Italian Val Ferret (12km)

Leaving from the hamlet of Villair (1340m) is a charming forested ascent to the Bertone refuge, then over a crest dominating the Val Ferret we get to Tete Bernada (2534m), we are at the summit of one of the most beautiful lookouts on the whole Tout du Mont Blanc. There is also an alternative path which runs on the flank of the mountain to Refuge Bonatti on a glorious contouring trail with flower meadows, milky streams and clanging cowbells while descending into the Italian Val Ferret.
Please note: Accommodation this evening is in a remote location and bathroom facilities will be shared

6-8 hours walking – ascent 900m or 1300m / descent 550m or 950m
Meals: B L D

Day 9: Trek Italian Val Ferret to La Fouly (20km)

This day starts with an easy walk up the valley to Refugio Elena where the most demanding climb to the pass begins. The ascent to the Col Ferret (2537m) is steep but enjoyable. Crossing the Grand Col Ferret takes you out of Italy and into Switzerland along the eastern edge of the Mont Blanc Range. A few streams to cross today. The walk down into the Swiss Val Ferret is through pastureland and on a mixture of paths, tracks and through valaisan pastures to the charming village of La Fouly (1595m)  where we will stay overnight.
Please note: Accommodation this evening is in a remote location and bathroom facilities will be shared

8 hours walking – Ascent 895m / Descent 1410m
Meals: B L D

Day 10: Transfer La Fouly to Champex, Trek to Trient (16km)

The classic Tour du Mont Blanc takes the Bovine route. This part of the trail passes near meadows, forests and high alpine pastures up to the simple alp building of the working dairy farm Bovine that overlooks the Rhône Valley. An hour and a half of easy walking followed by a rapid ascent in the forest and we are hanging over the Rhone valley and the town of Martigny. You will not be disappointed with this fabulous balcony and views of far-ranging mountains.

Take a moment to enjoy spectacular views across to the Bernese Alps before a very pleasant and mostly downhill woodland walk that will take you to Col de La Forclaz. Then its 45 minutes of steep downhill into Trient.

There is a possible variation via the Fenêtre d’Arpette d’Arpette (2671 m). This is the highest pass of the Tour du Mont Blanc at (2665m) and a tough climb up a valley and rocky slopes to reach the pass – reckoned by many to be the hardest part of the Tour du Mont Blanc.
Please note: Accommodation this evening is in a remote location and bathroom facilities will be shared

6 hours walking – Ascent 800m / Descent 950m or 6.5 hours walking 14km – Ascent 1199m / Descent 1139m

Meals: B L D

Day 11: Trek Trient to Argentiere (13km)

The walk up to the Col de Balme (2131m) via les Herbageres brings us back into France. A long but gradual ascent up to the Col De Balme with its picturesque refuge on the pass that marks the border with France. Superb Views of Mont Blanc and the Chamonix Valley stretched before you. Returning to the Chamonix Valley from here is a very pleasant walk. Col de La Balme is the furthest point from the summit of Mont Blanc enjoy panoramic views of lovely snow domes that will remain in sight for most of the descent into Argentiere.

6 hours walking – Ascent 1069m / Descent 900m

Meals: B L D

Day 12: Argentiere to Chamonix (13km)

From Argentiere we climb up to Cheserys, a balcony offering grandiose views; the glaciers of le Tour, Argentiere, the Mer de Glace, the Aiguille verte, the Drus , the Aiguilles de Chamonix and of course Mont Blanc dominating all these mountain marvels. We expect to add a slice of wildlife to this day as a reward for our efforts, as ibex are common here. The tour ends at Flegere, where we return to Chamonix by cable car in the afternoon. The guide or mountain leader may modify the itinerary if conditions necessitate.

5-8 hours walking – Ascent 850m or 1100m / Descent 400 or 500m
Meals: B L

Day 13: Depart Chamonix

The trip finishes today and you are free to stay on or we can help arrange a transfer via private vehicle this morning from Chamonix to Geneva airport (not included).

Meals: B

Important Note: The Tour du Mont Blanc is a very popular walk and refuges sometimes get overbooked. This is just a guide to route & details may change and the actual refuges booked may vary from what is written here, dependent on client numbers, wishes, and availability. This adjustment with refuges may alter the exact distance walked in a day so the above itinerary should be used as an indication of overnight stops/ distances.

Accommodation: We use long-established family run 2 stars (equivalent) rustic hotels and refuges which are chosen for their stunning location and most offer spectacular mountain views. Whilst representative of the country, culture and environment in which they are located, all are clean, well run and set up with the trekker in mind. The atmosphere is friendly and jovial as hikers from many nationalities gather to spend the night. Please be aware that room sizes (twin, double or very occasionally triple or quadruple rooms) and facilities will vary from hotel to hotel and sometimes from room to room in the same hotel. On some nights, facilities are ensuite whilst others have the possibility, depending on availability and group size, of shared bathroom and toilet facilities. Some nights you may be in triple or quad share dependent on tour selected.


Start date
13 Jun 2020
End date
25 Jun 2020
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22 Jun 2020
End date
04 Jul 2020
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30 Jun 2020
End date
12 Jul 2020
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05 Jul 2020
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17 Jul 2020
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15 Jul 2020
End date
27 Jul 2020
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20 Jul 2020
End date
01 Aug 2020
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28 Jul 2020
End date
09 Aug 2020
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02 Aug 2020
End date
14 Aug 2020
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20 Aug 2020
End date
01 Sep 2020
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21 Aug 2020
End date
02 Sep 2020
Limited Places Available
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02 Sep 2020
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14 Sep 2020
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07 Sep 2020
End date
19 Sep 2020
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  • 2 nights in comfortable Chamonix hotel with breakfast
  • 10 nights accommodation in hotels & mountain refuges with private rooms (limited allocation of rooms in one refuge)
  • An experienced & qualified English speaking mountain leader
  • Small group max 12 people
  • Most meals included – breakfast and dinner in refuges or inns when trekking
  • Picnics for lunch
  • 2 lift tickets where needed
  • Daily luggage transportation on trek (expect 1 transfer)
  • Prices quoted are per person twin share
  • Guaranteed to depart with 4 people

Not Included

  • Dinner in Chamonix
  • Lunch and dinner on the rest day in Courmayeur
  • Travel insurance
  • Single supplement

Airport Transfers

“Mountain Drop Off’s” is our preferred partner and bookings can be made via their website: www.mountaindropoffs.com  Choose the super saver option and use promo code ‘RAWTR’. This is pick up and drop off at the airport in Geneva to our base hotel in Chamonix.

Map & Guide


Kelly Louise Peck, Queanbeyan (NSW) – September 2019
Beckie, our guide, was amazing – made hard but correct decisions in relation to the team and the weather. Had a great time and ready to plan the next RAW Travel trek . Beckie and Dale (who handled our baggage transfer) were amazing and great to deal with. Would love to deal with them again.

Duncan Garvie, Greytown (NZ) – July 2019
Great weather, an interesting and informative guide, spectacular scenery and challenging ascents and descents – traversing famous cols.

Jane Dawn, Auckland (NZ) – July 2019
Great trip, amazing experience and everything so well planned. Plus a good standard of accommodation given the variety and remote locations of overnight stopovers. The whole trip, though tough, was made so enjoyable and very memorable by our great guide, Gary Daines. He ensured we all had the best experience possible and considered everyones’ needs and capabilities. Gary’s professionalism and experience, personality and humour made the trip an unforgettable experience.

Jennifer Trethowan, Moonee Ponds (VIC) – June 2019
I had a wonderful trek, immersed in the magnificent scenery together with my fellow trekkers, even though some of it was very challenging for me. Our guide, David, was the best. His generous nature, patience, knowledge, experience and humour made all the difference. It was a great trip.

Angela Webber, Glen Iris (VIC) – June 2019
I absolutely loved our guided hike of the Tour du Mt Blanc. The scenery was spectacular – I felt like I was in the Sound of Music! Whilst it was challenging, it was still thoroughly enjoyable, and the sense of achievement on completing it was immeasurable. Nothing was too much trouble for our guide David from fording rivers so we could cross safely to ensuring that we could manage the steep ascents by giving us tips and tricks for doing so. He was wonderful and we had a few laughs and even some singing along the way. Thank you Dave and RAW Travel – loved every minute.

Daniel Robert Toole, Geneva (Switzerland) – June 2019
An amazing trek, with a great group and a tremendous guide.

Peter Ronald Tunks, Mt Martha (VIC) – June 2019
We enjoyed the whole experience; including the challenging walks every day, the magnificent views, great company in our fellow trekkers and a special mention about our guide, Julien, who did a terrific job in planning the best routes, arranging lunch and snacks, booking dinners and most importantly, guiding us safely through the whole trek.

Ian Bristow, Mirboo North (VIC) – September 2018
In early September, 10 South Gippslanders and one adventurous Melbournite set off on a trip that was some 15 months in the making. We flew to France to have a crack at the TMB, the Tour du Mont Blanc, one of the world’s iconic multi-day treks. With our group’s average age being just a smidge over 70 we all knew there would be plenty of testing days to come. A very solid training program was designed and completed before flying off into what was certainly unknown territory. We stayed in small hotels and lodges where we enjoyed some wonderful locally prepared food. Good breakfasts were available each day and a very adequate lunch pack was provided to carry on the trek. Our super fit and very organised English international mountain leader encouraged us every inch of the way. The views are just magnificent and to look back along valleys and hills you have just trekked through is all the reward you need for the effort you put in – this is truly a beautiful part of the world.

Michele & Steve McCarthy, St Ives (NSW) – September 2018
Thank you for making our TMB trek so memorable. From making the booking with Jodie to our accommodation, food, baggage transfer, and our guide Jethro, everything was so well organised and of a high standard. It was such a fun and hassle-free trek, thanks to RAW Travel! We are looking forward to our next trek with you.

Deborah Campagnaro, Canada – September 2018
I thought the trip was very well organised and all the accommodations were really nice.

Bradley Johnson, Annandale (NSW)– August 2018
Everything went to plan on this trip. We had a great guide who took our safety seriously and gave everyone options, where he could, regarding slightly easier or more challenging pathways. No denying it is physically very demanding but the views were well worth it!

Gillian O’Connor, Goulburn (NSW) – June 2018
Wow, what a journey! This was extremely challenging but so very rewarding and the sense of achievement is second to none. We did this as a family with our adult sons and have created memories that will be with us to treasure forever. Our guide Julien was absolutely amazing, encouraging us, keeping us safe and keeping everything organised. Words cannot describe his caring nature in the way he looked after Michael and the rest of the group; we will be forever grateful. My husband has Parkinson’s disease and while I would not encourage everybody with the disease to attempt this, what a feather in Michael’s cap to have done it. We did this as a fundraiser for a specialist Parkinson’s nurse for our region and raised over $13,000 with money still coming in. Those gorgeous mountains are like a drug, extremely addictive and I cannot stop thinking about going back!

Pamela Stewart, Wangaratta (VIC) – June 2018
Have just finished the Tour de Mont Blanc. Our guide, Julien, was the BEST guide we could have hoped for. His kind, generous, capable, funny French way is superb! RAW Travel has organised everything exceptionally well and I am overwhelmed by this experience. I will definitely travel with this company again. Thank you so much!

Debbie O’Neil, Bunyip (VIC) – July 2018
When we sat with Jodie, she asked us if we used walking poles and how often we did back-to-back hikes. We looked at her blankly. That was the beginning of the most magical adventure of our lives. Thank you, Jodie! The trip exceeded all our expectations – scenery, weather, food and accommodation (90% of the time). Dave, thank you for being the most patient, tolerant leader; just loved how your ‘bimbles’ always got us through. The walk itself was sometimes tough going but seriously if you can get out and walk up hills with a pack for a few months before you go, then you can do this. The only slight criticism we have is the accommodation in Trient. We personally would opt for paying a little more staying in Champex, which looked such a pretty place. Coming into Chamonix to finish up we had our first rain and cloud cover, with Mont Blanc and all the majestic mountains disappearing. We had completed the TMB!

Richmond Goodwin, Mt Eliza (VIC) – July 2018
Our 13-day guided Tour de Mont Blanc was an amazing experience. Our group of 11 were capably led by RAW Travel’s professional guide, Gary. The trek itself was impressive, hard work sometimes, but we were always rewarded with magnificent views of the Mont Blanc massif at every turn. Each day was different and spectacular as we walked around the mountains through France, Italy and Switzerland. The accommodation, food and luggage portage were all 1st class, as was the pre-trip organisation, documentation and advice. Glad we did the complimentary training walk Jodie organised for us to Mt Donna Buang before our trip. RAW Travel did an excellent job in all aspects of this trip to make it a resounding success for entire our party. This was one of my all-time best walks. Thanks to Mont Blanc and RAW Travel.

Marcus Tully, USA – July 2018
We had a wonderful trek around Mont Blanc led by an excellent guide. The mountain vistas, local cuisine and lodging in scenic towns were outstanding.

Angie Lilley (ACT) – July 2018
Because RAW Travel is such a well-organised and enthusiastic team, there was no stress experienced. All I had to do was turn up and enjoy the memorable adventure! Thank you.

Lee Bryant, Cape Otway (VIC) – July 2018
What’s not to love? The majestic alpine environment was a revelation coming from my coastal home. The fellow walkers were great fun and all inspiring in their own way. Gary, our tireless leader, was fantastic with his knowledge, consistent pace, personal interactions with our group and other trekkers – a great bloke to boot (not literally). Overall an awesome experience!

Angela McLean, Sandringham (VIC) – July 2018
Truly amazing!! I had read, seen the pictures and spoken to others about the European Alps but nothing came close to actually being there and experiencing it for myself. Thanks to Jodie, our wonderful guide Gary and fellow trekkers for making this trip so fabulous.

Susan Carter, Tea Tree Gully (SA) – July 2018
The brilliant organisation from RAW Travel meant I could relax and enjoy every minute of this amazing alpine experience. Certainly a trip of a lifetime: challenging, exhilarating and great fun. First experience of a guided walk and first alpine walk. Absolutely sensational. I was challenged every day by the arduous ascents, descents and heights, but our brilliant guide Gary was so skilled in building my confidence, providing assistance, imparting his extensive knowledge of the flora and fauna and deciding which tracks were safe and which were not (melting snow), that I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Comfortable accommodation, great food and fabulous company. Having a guide really adds to this walk. Certainly an amazing alpine experience and not to be missed.

Louis Vecchiarelli, USA – July 2018
My favourite part of the trip was the ease. You show up and hike; RAW Travel takes care of the rest.

Andrew Sewell, Mt Eliza (VIC) – June 2018
We loved the Tour de Mont Blanc trek. The accommodation was generally very good and all the arrangements worked well. Our guide, Julien, was excellent and helped to make the trip a great experience.

Mun Foong, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – September 2017
This was my first trip with RAW Travel, although I have done several trips with other operators in Nepal. I must say, this is a professionally run set-up. Planning was superb and they delivered as promised. Gary, the guide/leader, was very caring and did well in establishing good rapport with the whole group.

Mary Stratton, Beechworth (VIC) – August 2017
Our recent trip trekking the Mont Blanc Circuit exceeded our hopes. The scenery was stunning, the wildflowers an unexpected delight, the food and cheeses delicious and the red wines very enticing and a lovely end to a day’s walking. RAW Travel’s organisation was incredibly smooth and Gary (our leader) made everything effortless and easy. The RAW Travel team was very obliging in changing our dates from 2016 to 2017 due to our circumstances and Phil and l are very appreciative of their understanding.

Kathryn Pierce, Elsternwick (VIC) – August 2017
RAW Travel definitely puts clients first. A first-class guide really added to the value and enjoyment of our trip. Extras including snacks, drinks and meals were really appreciated.

Gillian Thomas, Buderim (QLD) – July 2017
This was my first experience with RAW Travel and the company certainly lived up to their reputation. Our guide Gary gave us a rundown of the trip ahead and explained to us each day’s walk, what we needed to carry and luggage transfers. The accommodation was generally good and comfortable, sometimes basic; you really don’t need more than that if you are trekking. Our day off in Courmayeur, 4-star hotel excellent, and loved the day to look around and have a bit of down time around the pool. Gary’s local knowledge of names, places and plants was excellent. He was very good with the couple of people who did not like narrow ledges and helped them to overcome their fear by talking and helping them. Each day offered varied countryside and most days were breathtaking. The whole experience for me was one I will remember as being up there with the best. I have done over 30 odd treks, so I feel I can say that. I thoroughly recommend this trip with RAW Travel.

Judith Smith, Strathalbyn (SA) – July 2017
A very rewarding experience with an excellent trekking guide, Gary, who had done it many times so had first-hand knowledge of the terrain. Not an easy trek but the others in the group certainly supported each other. We had an enjoyable mix of fellow trekkers with lots of fun and many laughs. Accommodation along the way was very good, especially the hotel on the rest day. Dinners were delicious and any dietary needs were met. This was my first trek and the first day was the most difficult. Most days our feet and legs were tired but we just recovered and trekked on the next day. I would certainly recommend RAW Travel. Well done.

Andrew Macdonald, Rokeby (TAS) – June 2017
Stunning scenery, great food and wine, wonderful people. I would recommend the 10 days of hiking to get a full appreciation of the awesomeness of this trek. Tough days of extreme up and down hill but the rewards of seeing majestic mountains as you crest the cols is unforgettable. Walking across ridges of lush green grasses, colourful early summer flowers, clear blue skies and where you can almost reach across the valley touch the opposite peaks. It’s beyond words to try and describe. Trekking with like-minded people who like yourself are at times struggling but know the rewards of the views around every corner and over every rise are just getting better. Best of all, knowing that at the end of each day there is a hot shower, great food, beer and wine and a comfy bed waiting for you and psych yourself up for another tough but rewarding day.

Jodie Turner, Sydney – August 2016
A very well organised adventure. Listening to others who were doing similar trips I felt that we were definitely the best looked after in relation to accommodation and guidance.

Julie Rea, Sydney – August 2016
Hard work but certainly awesome views – just magical at times.

Trevor Guymer, Sydney – August 2016
A very big thank you to Diane and Julian who both showed tremendous patience and good humour. Lots of great scenery too.

Max Gentle, Tasmania – August 2016
I enjoyed the trip, walking through amazing countryside. Whilst there were always mountains in the background, the range of vegetation and landscape each day surprised me. The ability to walk at my own pace suited the way I like to work.

Michele Beard, USA – July 2016
Simply amazing. I am really not that enthusiastic about outdoorsy travel but this was an awesome trip. Our guide (Dave Barber) was outstanding. He was the best of all worlds, professional, while being laid back, organized without being too rigid, and very motivational. We had 3 teenage girls and he did a great job keeping them interested.

Judith Watson – July 2016
We were fortunate to have Gary as our guide. His breadth of knowledge and caring nature contributed to the success of the trip. Also loved the variety of accommodation from refugio to 4 star hotel. Having our own room was a bonus.

Iza Davies – July 2016
Walking in the Alps is unbeatable, stunning views and challenging with the comforts of B&B accommodation at the end of the day.

Donald Munro, Sydney – July 2016
The scenery of Mont Blanc was amazing, and the fact it was a “tour” from village to village added some history in a strange way. The people I shared the trip with were fabulous and added so much to the richness of the experience.

Julie Nixon, Christchurch, NZ – July 2016
I was told about the Tour du Mont Blanc trek by a work colleague and after a fair bit of research we decided to do this trip through Raw Travel. I was so pleased we went with them and totally recommend them for this trip.

Michael Deura, NSW – July 2016
Breathtakingly beautiful and challenging trek through the alpine regions surrounding the picturesque Mont Blanc peak. The accommodation and food was excellent. The experience and diligence of the guide to the safety of the group was exceptional.

Jane Postle, QLD – August 2015
A truly awesome destination, nature at it’s grandest and a feeling of elation to know that we completed the 10 day circuit through 7 valleys and 3 countries.

Monica, South Africa – July 2015
Our hike leader was amazing! The accommodation and meals were really good – a good mix of hotels, refuges etc. The Mont Blanc is stunningly beautiful!

What our Clients Say

Beckie, our guide, was amazing - made hard but correct decisions in relation to the team and the weather. Had a great time and ready to plan the next RAW Travel trek . Beckie and Dale (who handled our baggage transfer) were amazing and great to deal with.

Kelly Louise Peck, NSW – Sept 2019

Great weather, an interesting and informative guide, spectacular scenery and challenging ascents and descents - traversing famous cols.

Duncan Garvie, NZ – July 2019

Great trip, amazing experience and everything so well planned. Our guide, Gary’s professionalism, experience, personality and humour made the trip an unforgettable experience.

Jane Dawn, NZ – July 2019

I had a wonderful trek, immersed in the magnificent scenery together with my fellow trekkers. Our guide, David, was the best. His generous nature, patience, knowledge, experience and humour made all the difference. It was a great trip.

Jennifer Trethowan, VIC – June 2019

I absolutely loved our guided hike of the Tour du Mt Blanc. The scenery was spectacular! Whilst it was challenging, it was still thoroughly enjoyable, and the sense of achievement on completing it was immeasurable.

Angela Webber, VIC – June 2019

An amazing trek, with a great group and a tremendous guide.

Daniel Robert Toole, Switzerland – June 2019

We enjoyed the whole experience; including the challenging walks every day, the magnificent views and great company. Our guide, Julien, did a terrific job - planning the best routes, arranging lunch, booking dinners and most importantly, guiding us safely through the whole trek.

Peter Ronald Tunks, VIC – June 2019


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This trip is rated as Strenuous