France is hard to beat when it comes to the ski resort. It is one of the most popular countries in the world for British skiers. Various attractions surround the country the skiers will surely appreciate. From jaw-dropping designed high-altitude, the entire family will surely love the breathless traditional chocolate box resorts – France has something for all.
Mont Blanc Natural Resort
Mont Blanc is one of the most amazing sights in France with the highest peak in the Alps. It is actually part of the French border with Italy. With the altitude of 4,810 meters, it is quite high that it is always covered in snow. And because of this, it is known as the “White Mountain.”
Professional climbers with the help of a guide have reached the top of Mont Blanc, even if it is quite strenuous. For them reaching the top is an experience that only a few can attain. It will take you around 10 to 12 hours to reach the top of Les Houches. Many use the Arête des Bosses and the Aiguille du Goûter climbing route. Once you reach the top, be amazed by the breathtaking panoramas from the summit.
Mont Blanc is referred to as the “Roof of Europe” because of the fantastic viewpoints of the Chamonix Valley and the Aiguilles Rouges mountain ranges. The tourists can enjoy the views and scenery on different hiking trails or by riding the gondola lifts.
Regardless of whether you are new or intermediate hikers, hiking around Mont Blanc, there are lots of options for you. The Au Tour du Mont Blanc hiking trail is for all hikers of different levels. The trails vary from gentle walks to treks with dynamic uphill terrain.
The trails have impressive scenery and lots of perfect photo-ops of Mont Blanc around. Appreciate the views and take some refreshments at the traditional alpine huts and dine in chalets along the way.
Skiing in Chamonix Mont-Blanc
When it comes to amazing resorts around the world, The Chamonix Valley is one of the best freeride resorts. You can choose from its five ski resorts – Les Houches, Le Brevent, Grands Montets, Le Tour/Balme, and La Flegere. Going to Chamonix Mont-Blanc provides the perfect ski holiday.
Everything you need to know will be provided to you in the resort. You will be guided on the best time in Chamonix to ski, where to ski in Chamonix, and how to ski safely in Chamonix. Do not feel bad if you are not well-versed in hiking as there is someone who can help you out.
It does not matter if you are a professional hiker or a new hiker, you can hire a mountain guide to help you ski in the breathtaking lovely Vallee Blanche. This ski route is popular in Chamonix. It is 20 km over glaciers moving around and over valleys, surrounded by some of the best mountains in the Alps.
Chamonix Mont-Blanc has a lot to offer not just skiing, check it out when you visit France.