Chamonix and The Mont-Blanc

Geneva – Chamonix – Aiguille du Midi – Montenvers – Geneva

Astonished summits


Chamonix, known as the global hub of mountaineering, is situated at the base of Europe’s highest peak, Mont-Blanc (4,810 m).
This captivating town attracts mountain enthusiasts from around the world and offers a plethora of attractions. Since its first visitors arrived in the 18th century, Chamonix has developed a rich heritage blending tradition and modernity. You can explore charming churches, chapels, Belle Époque palaces, Art Deco facades, and cozy chalets, all contributing to the town’s unique character.

Aiguille du Midi cable car

One of the most iconic attractions in Chamonix is the
Aiguille du Midi, a prominent peak that has been captivating visitors for over 60 years. Upon reaching Chamonix, you’ll embark on a cable car journey to the summit of Aiguille du Midi, Europe’s highest point. In just 20 minutes, you’ll ascend to an altitude of 3,700 m, treating yourself to an exceptional panoramic view of Mont-Blanc. The terraces at the summit offer a breathtaking 360° vista of the French, Swiss, and Italian Alps. Additionally, an elevator takes you to the summit terrace at 3,842 m, where you can revel in an awe-inspiring view of Mont-Blanc

Montenvers Train

A charming cogwheel train will transport you safely to the Montenvers station at an altitude of 1,913 m. During this unforgettable 20-minute journey, you’ll be treated to stunning vistas. Once you arrive, you can marvel at the famous Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice), a significant testament to the ongoing climate changes.



  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Transportation by private car or van
  • Cabble car and Cogwheel train a
  • Visits mentionned in the program including entrance’s fees.


  • Tips
  • Drinks and meals