10 days point-to-point walking with vehicle support, 3 rest days. 7 days challenging and 3 days moderate walking. Altitude maximum 2536m, average 1525m.
14 nights camping, mostly in good campsites with hot showers, occasionally in the wild.
14 breakfasts, 10 picnic lunches and 13 dinners included.
Grade: B/C 10 days walking; 3 days graded B and 7 days graded CMost of the days are long, quite often involving an ascent of 900-1200m (or 3000 – 4000 feet), equivalent to 3 to 4 hours walking uphill, followed by a similar descent. Although the paths are well maintained there are sections that are rough underfoot. This trek is graded as a B/C as it has 3 easier B graded days and 7 challenging C graded days. A C graded day would be equivalent to walking up Scafell Pike or Ben Nevis and take approximately 8 hours. We recommend that you make a special effort to get in good physical condition for the trip.This trek is based on the 'supported camping' concept, with a vehicle doing all the hard work of transporting luggage, equipment and supplies. Whilst camping you are expected to erect and dismantle your own tent (these are modern pop up style tents that are very easy and quick to erect and dismantle) and the whole group generally helps to load the support vehicle on the days when we move camp. On half of the nights we eat in camp, you should expect to help with the washing up.
Normal group size and age
Normally 1 to 16, plus leader. Minimum age 16.
Mont Blanc Hotel Trek (Trip Code: TWO)
For those who prefer the comfort of a bed we offer another version of this trip staying in hotels. The itinerary is essentially the same as the camping version, however the nights will be spent in a mixture of hotels/pensions and village inns. Many of the places are 2 or 3 star - some do not have a star rating but offer a warm and friendly welcome and good access to and from the trails each day. For further information please refer to the Trip Notes which can be downloaded from our website.
The vast majority of Exodus adventures are adult group holidays. Groups are always small in size. We strongly believe that this adherence to small groups means a better experience for all; more time with your guide, less waiting around and a reduced impact on the communities and environments visited.
Each group is generally made up of like-minded travellers - with singles, couples and friends all joining in together. All these trips are suitable for single travellers, but if you prefer to travel with clients booking individually, please see our Solo Departures page.
In order to provide a more accurate grading system, where a trip falls between two grades we use an intermediate or split grade, for example Moderate/Challenging. Occasionally, there are optional activities available en route, in this case the optional grade is indicated in brackets, for example Grade Challenging (climb Tough+). Clearly, conditions may differ from region-to-region or month-to-month and as such the information given on these pages is designed to act as a guide only. In all cases you should refer to the respective holiday's Trip Notes for further details.
Walking & Trekking: Trips are wholly trekking-focused or simply include a significant number of walking days during the itinerary.
For those clients who wish to travel with a group of other solo/single travellers, on certain trips we have set aside departure dates that are specifically recommended for clients booking individually. Solo departures are aimed at taking away that concern that you may be the only solo traveller when you arrive overseas. Look out for the solo departures (marked with a grey icon's') by checking the notes in the dates and prices table.
However, please note that we inform any couples, or friends travelling together, who enquire about these dates that the trip is recommended for solos, but we do not refuse bookings from non-solo travellers, and we are therefore not able to guarantee that a solo departure will be exclusively made up of solo travellers.