Super Alpine

Chamonix Mont Blanc

Travel Guide

A new book available in print and digital versions

Chamonix Travel Guide

In this new age of travel, we are all seeking a more immersive experience – a consciousness to our trip and a better understanding of our surroundings.

In the Chamonix-Mont-Blanc travel guide, we share our 20 years of experience of the valley to help travellers make the most informed use of their time.

It’s the Alps’ most famous mountain resort and the death-sport capital of the world, but there’s much more to Chamonix than the rush of adrenaline.

The Book

The Chamonix Travel Guide is in a daypack friendly A5 format - an ideal travel companion that covers all seasons.


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Digital download

This digital download package contains a full size PDF for desktop and a ePub version suitable for phones and tablets with a reduced set of images and simplified layout.

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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Travel Guide book cover
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Travel Guide book contents
Chamonix Travel Guide book history pages
Chamonix Travel Guide to Brevent
Chamonix Travel Guide to hiking
Chamonix Travel Guide to Montenvers

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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is situated below the largest peaks of the Alps and below its namesake Mont Blanc, 4,810m – the highest mountain in Western Europe. Chamonix butts up to the borders of Switzerland and Italy in the eastern part of France. It has a respected heritage as the premier site for mountain sports and is well known to the mountaineering and skiing communities.

The town of Chamonix sits in a valley dominated on both sides by extraordinary mountain ranges. On the south-east side the permanently snow covered Mont Blanc range blocks out the sun until lunchtime in winter. The north-west side is still impressive even when you have the highest peaks opposite it.