Hotel Gourmets et Italy

96 rue de lyrets bp 32, Chamonix, 7400, France
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Hikers who look for easy or medium-difficulty routes (July/August 2011)

by 64novpt

We are a group of hikers that live in Portugal, basically hiking at sea level areas. Our highest mountain in Portugal has around 2300m high (Pico, at Pico island Azores) and that was the highest that we've ever done (starting at 1200m).
Next year a friend is going to try to climb the Mont Blanc and we would like to be in the area for a week (for "moral" support). Would like to do some easy to medium-difficulty routes while there, without changing to much our accomodation area. Is that possible? Can you suggest an daily itinerary? Thank you

Re: Hikers who look for easy or medium-difficulty routes (July/August 2011)

by kokoryko

Maria, Chamonix is the St Tropez of the mountains in France : very touristy, and you will have more difficulty to find accommodation than information about day hikes in the Chamonix tourist office. Don’t even plan too much, you will have plenty choice there.
http://www.chamonix.com/randonnee-ete,94,fr.html

Short day-hikes ideas here:
http://www.chamonix.net/francais/rando/trekking.htm

The websites are in French, but for a Portuguese, it should be easy to read.

Re: Hikers who look for easy or medium-difficulty routes (July/August 2011)

by 64novpt

Thank you, the link is interesting and since i'm a portuguese that has studied french, yes i can read it.

Travel Tips for Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

the tourist information.

by cachaseiro

i used the tourist information a few times and i had a few complicated questions as i was partly in chamonix for work, but the charming ladies at the tourist information were always ready to go out of their way to help me with my odd questions.
there was no french arrogance there, so don't hestitate to ask them for help if you are in town.
they are doing a damn good job.

Mt Blanc from Brevent

by sandysmith

for the best views of the Mt Blanc massif take the Brevent cable car (2-stage) to the top station. As its situated on the opposite side of the valley to Aiguille du Midi cable-car you can look right across on to Mt Blanc.

Les Grands Montets

by PolinaS

The way to the slopes of Les Grands Montets starts in Argentiere. It takes about 20 minutes to get there by skibus form Chamonix. You will need bus with table "Les Grands Montets", but not "Argantiere", don't be confused.This area attracts attention of advanced skiers/snowboarders by its variety of black slopes, which are considered to be the steepest in the valley. It also has good snow facilities during whole day as it is north side of the valley and sun doesn't melt it.

Le Vert

by firechick about Mean Green Bar Machine

Just 1km outside of Chamonix center towards the Les Gaillands crag area (direction Les Houches), the bar at Le Hotel Vert has become popular for the young 20-something crowd. On off nights out of season the scene is relaxed with pool tables and TVs to watch rugby or football. In high season or on special events nights, the place is packed when a good DJ is playing.

Be careful walking on the road after dark between Chamonix and Le Vert - it is not well lit and has no pavement for pedestrians, so it is difficult for cars to see you. Hipster casual, youth.

montenvers et mer de glace

by call_me_rhia

It's a great idea for a day out... Behind the train station of Chamonix there's another little station - it's where the Montenvers mountain railway leaves from. It leads you up to the altitude of about 2000m a/s/l to a magical spot where you can see La Mer de glace, a 7 mk long and 1,2 km wide. You can walk down to it by following easy trails, visit the ice-cave (tacky) or the several small museums, or simply admire the panorama - right in front of you there's the Aiguille Verte (4 121m) and the Drus (3 754 m). A breathtaking sight!

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Address: 96 rue de lyrets bp 32, Chamonix, 7400, France