France·August 12 - 13 2023


Join our Certified IFMGA Mountain Guide on two popular itineraries around Mont Blanc Massif: Dôme du Goûter route and Les Trois Mont Blanc.



From the date of the first ascent to the summit, 8th August 1786, and for all subsequent eras, the history of mountaineering has taken inspiration from this complex and fascinating mountain, which is now in every mountaineer’ bucket list. A must-do that cannot be missed! So, what are you waiting for? If you are a mountain lover and have already had other high mountain experiences, join us on this Mont Blanc expedition alongside a certified alpine guide!

The Experience

You can choose from several high mountain expeditions. The date indicated may be subject to flexibility. If you would like to participate in the experience but cannot make it on the day indicated, write to us with the best date for you, and we will contact the guide for confirmation!





Via Dôme du Goûter

You can choose to do 2 or 3 days ascent:

2 Days ascent

1 Day: Ascent from Les Houches by lift and rack train to Nid d'Aigle, 2372 mt. Then ascent to the Goûter Refuge 3815mt, where you will stay overnight.
2 Day: Departure in the middle of the night, ascent to the summit 4810mt and return to the valley directly.

3 Days ascent

1 Day: From Chamonix in the morning, go up by Les Houches cable car to Bellevue and from there by Tramway du Mont Blanc and train to Nid d'Aigle hut 2372 mt. Continue on the trail to the Tete Rousse refuge 3165 mt.
2 Day: Depart before dawn to cross the Aiguille du Goûter gully, exposed to rockfall, in the best possible conditions, following the cable-equipped route, then climb to the Goûter refuge 3815 mt. From here, continue to the summit of Mont Blanc, which will be reached mid-day. Short break at the summit and descend again to stay overnight at the Goûter hut.
3 Day: Depart early in the morning to cross the Goûter couloir when conditions are still favourable, descent to the Nid d'Aigle refuge from where train and cable car will take us back to the valley.



Les Trois Mont Blanc

The route starts from the Cosmiques hut, not far from the Col du Midi.

From the Col we start climbing north, along the normal route of the first of the three "Mont Blancs”. After passing a first section with many seracs, the climb continues to the right reaching the shoulder of Mont Blanc du Tacul. On the opposite slope one crosses reaching the Col Maudit.

From here, the climb continues crossing the large glacial basin of Mont Maudit and by overcoming a small but steep slope of about 50° we will reach Col du Mont Maudit (4345 m). Once past the Col, we lose some altitude to reach the Col de la Brenva. After a final steep ascent of the Mur de la Co?te, we will stand on the summit.

The descent can be made by the same route or by crossing to the Vallot Hut and the Dome du Gouter. 

The programme is very flexible to take into account weather conditions, activities level and endurance of the group.

What's Included

What's Included

A certified alpine guide

Accident Insurance

Equipment rental (ice-axe, crampons, harness, helmet)

Use of common equipment

What's Not Included

Round-trip travel expenses

Guide's trip expenses

Cable car


All the accommodations

Everything not specified in the paragraph “What is included”

More Info

Mountaneering Skills

Mountaneering Skills

Long mountain route at high altitude, it requires excellent physical condition and good training. From a technical point of view, although it is not difficult, a strong familiarity in using crampons and ice axes is necessary.

Flexible Date

Flexible Date

The date indicated may be subject to flexibility. If you would like to participate in the experience but cannot make it on the day indicated, write to us with the best date for you, and we will contact the guide for confirmation!



Please DO NOT book your flights until this trip is confirmed. Most of our trips require a minimum number of participants to run. Wait for the status of the trip to be confirmed, and for more information go to the "How it works" section.



Mapo Tapo selects hiking, climbing and local partners with the utmost care. We can for any inaccuracies, however, accept no liability. Mountaneering is a risky sport that takes place in nature. Ultimately, you are fully responsible for the choices you make. Mapo Tapo recommends that anyone who does not have sufficient knowledge not to go outdoor alone.


France· 1 night