The Haute Route route between the two historic mountain
centres of Chamonix and Zermatt stretches for 114 miles
and there is between 13,000m to 14,000m of ascent and
descent taking you through some of the most famous landscapes
in the Alps.
This course is ideal for those seeking a challenging
ski tour, with the opportunity to use some mountaineering
techniques, such as an ascent on crampons or an abseil.
All roped techniques will be taught during the week,
so don't worry if you are a ropework virgin!
to Chamonix, course briefing
tour, kit checks, Argentiere hut
du Chardonnet, ski to Champex
Chable, Rosa Blanche, Prafleuri
de Dix and traverse to Dix
up to reach the Vignettes hut
to Zermatt & night in Cham
check out and depart
the full itinerary of this course on the
main website, please click
Course Dates Haute Route Tour
No Dates Available
The numbers in brackets next to each course date
indicate the remaining spaces. Please contact us
of you require more spaces, as often we can release
extra places, subject to availability.
full days IFMGA guiding, 1:6 max ratio
8 days holiday in total, Sunday - Sunday
Inclusions: 1) IFMGA Mountain Guides for
six days, 2) Chamonix course hosts for logistics &
briefings, 3) Pre course information booklet, 4) Equipment
discount voucher for UK shops, 5) Two nights B&B
accommodation in Chamonix (inc. bedding & towels),
6) Five nights half board accommodation in mountain
huts including three course cooked evening meals, 7)
Preferential rates on ski and equipment hire, 8) Free
36 page technical Course Instruction Booklet, 9) Road
transport in Chamonix valley..
1) Travel to and from Chamonix, 2) Cable cars for you
and guide (c.60€pp), 3) Ski hire, 4) Personal laundry,
telephone calls, lunches, & any purchases in mountain
huts / hotels / restaurants, 5) Return transport from
Zermatt to Chamonix (c.50€pp based on six), and road
transport outside Chamonix valley (Champex-Verbier c.15€pp
based on six), 6) Saturday pre-dinner drinks & last
night celebratory meal & drinks, 7) Activities insurance,
& excess baggage charges.
sizes: 3 - 6 people per IFMGA mountain guide.
For group sizes of over 6 people, there are multiple
guides, and the teams travel independently of each other.