Valais offers almost endless possibilities for hiking in the mountains, with routes and trails to suit every ability. Considerable differences in altitude, narrow ridges, imposing gorges, historic cols: no matter which route you choose, the panoramic views are sure to take your breath away. What better way to escape than at the heart of this Alpine paradise? With a little luck, you might be accompanied along the way by the discreet presence of ibex or deer – or even a golden eagle. Succumb to all the charm of a mountain hike in the land of four-thousanders.
This route, through France, Italy and Switzerland, shows you Mont-Blanc seen from all angles. The path passes through the low mountain chain but offers a stunning view of the mountains of eternal snow. This route passes through seven valleys surrounding more than 400 snow-covered summits. It is a hike of high valley passes, both magical and famous, where the proximity of the great glaciers (the Mer de Glace, the Argentière glacier, the Trient glacier, the Saleina glacier, the Bossons glacier, etc.) is one of the main attractions.
Duration of hike: 10-14 days