Mont Blanc (4810m) is the highest mountain in the Alps and a great mountaineering classic: Located between the Acosta region in Italy and the Haute Savio in France, the peak is surrounded by two of the world’s most famous mountain resort towns: Courmayeur and Chamonix. Although not too difficult in the technical level, Mont Blanc ascent is quite challenging and acclimatization is key to success.
Training for Mount Blanc involves a combination of physical fitness, technical skills, and acclimatization. We the HST Adventures organize Mt. Blanc Expedition regularly in each season. The expedition will be lead by a veteran and international mountain instructor Krish Thapa.
For climbers aspiring to participate in high-altitude expeditions in the Himalayas, the Mt. Blanc training presents a remarkable opportunity. Furthermore, it serves as an excellent preparation for those with ambitions to attempt Mt. Everest (8848m). Under the guidance of our esteemed international mountain instructor, Krish Thapa, the Mt. Blanc expedition promises to be a profoundly meaningful and enlightening experience. Joining this expedition will provide invaluable knowledge and insights that will aid you on your journey to conquer the world’s highest peak.
CLIMBING TRAINING INCLUDES
Climbing gear and device Introductions
Rescue procedure and safety measures
Basic rope fixing, rope belay etc
Ice/glacier climbing techniques
Movement techniques requiring balance, core strength, and flexibility
Mont Blanc is the highest peak in the Alps, standing at an elevation of 4,808 meters. Located on the border of France and Italy, it attracts climbers and hikers from around the world. Scaling Mont Blanc requires technical skills and proper equipment, and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. It is a challenging yet rewarding adventure for outdoor enthusiasts.