Tour Du Mont Blanc

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Run one of the world's most iconic trail running routes. Great for trail runners who are looking for something special, the route follows the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc. Come for the notoriously challenging trail running or for the awe-inspiring scenery.
Tour du Mont Blanc
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Sun, 11 Sept 2022
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Chamonix, France
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>200m elevation gain per km

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Where and when
Chamonix, France
Start times
Sun, 11 Sept 2022
Tour du Mont Blanc:
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Tour du Mont Blanc
Route information
  • Accommodation in a 4* spa hotel at the beginning and end of the trip
  • First evening meal in Chamonix
  • Daily bag transfer
  • Packed lunch
  • Refreshment point on the last day
  • All evening meals and breakfast (except for evening meal in Courmayeur and on the last night in Chamonix)
  • Qualified trail running guide
  • Training plan
  • Run the Wild tech t-shirt
  • Champagne at the finish
How to get there
Chamonix, France
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Accommodation is in a 4* spa hotel at Le Refuge des Aiglons (or similar alternative) including breakfast each morning and an evening meal at one of Chamonix's highly rated restaurants. This is on a twin sharing basis, unless you have requested a single room (which if available, there is a supplement). Amenities include the spa which has a heated outdoor pool, hot tub, steam room and sauna, the hotel also has an outdoor space to relax in and free WiFi as well as a beautiful atrium bar area. It’s located in the centre of Chamonix.
On the Friday evening you will meet up for dinner with your guide as well as some of the Run the Wild Team.
Transport to/from Chamonix via Geneva can be booked via one of the many minibus operators (e.g. Chamexpress, Mountain Drop-Offs, Alpybus or Easybus) that provide a regular shuttle service, if you are a group we can arrange this and can be added to your invoice.
Event day logistics
Arrive in Chamonix
Run from Chamonix to Les Contamines
Run from Les Contamines to Les Chapieux
Run from Les Chapieux to Courmayeur
Run from Courmayeur to La Fouly
Run from La Fouly to Trient
Run from Trient to Chamonix
Departure day
Age Requirements
All entrants must be 16 years of age or over, entrants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
This is a 6-day running trip, covering around 29k per day. It is not easy to run these routes so be prepared to be on the trails all day. All entrants should train before they arrive and must have run a marathon in under 4 hours.
Please note that the following things are not included in the cost:
  • Transport to and from Chamonix
  • Flights
  • Evening meal on day 2
  • Personal Insurance
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Run The Wild
Since 2013, Run the Wild has been dedicated to delivering incredible trail running adventures in the UK and European Alps. Trail running is the ultimate pursuit of freedom, of feeling alive and it's something we are really passionate about! There’s nothing that compares to the feeling of running along mountain paths and for a moment leaving behind your busy life. Start YOUR amazing journey with Run the Wild! The company was founded to bring this experience of running trails in the wild; free of the usual race and logistical burdens, to you. We love exploring places, not just running races. We love meeting people and having an adventure together. We like races too, but this is where our heart really lies and if we can help you have more fun running trails; whether to see the sun rise over Mt Blanc as you climb up over a mountain pass, or indeed to check out a future race route then we will be happy! Join us running off into the unknown, the path flowing underneath your feet, snow capped mountains glinting in the sun, clouds melting away in the valleys far below. Setting your heart and mind free... Exploring places... not running races. This is what it feels like to be alive! “The mountains are calling and I must go.” John Muir, Meet the team.
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What to bring
Mandatory Kit
All kit will be checked by the race organisers
  • Face covering (mask or buff)
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Lightweight waterproof trousers or leggings
  • Wicking top and shorts/leggings
  • Sun hat
  • Warm hat and gloves
  • Additional warm layer/thermal top
  • Socks
  • Trail running shoes with sufficient tread
  • Fully charged mobile phone and phone number of run leader and event director
  • Running pack (5-12 litres)
  • Water bottles/bladder with a minimum of 1-litre capacity
  • Sunglasses
  • Snacks for runs
  • Salt tablets
  • Emergency cash
  • Waterproof bags
  • Headtorch
  • Whistle
  • Personal first aid kit
Do I need to be a certain fitness level for the Tour Du Mont Blanc?
This trip is 6 days of running with an average of around 18 miles / 29k per day. Bear in mind that there will be steep climbs and long descents during this, so please ensure you have done sufficient training of a similar standard before the event. All entrants must be able to run a marathon in under 4 hours.
What's not included within the entrance fee for the Tour Du Mont Blanc?
Drinks at the accommodation or additional main meals, personal insurance (required), transfers to/from Geneva to Chamonix, travel to Geneva for the start of the holiday, travel from Geneva at the end of the holiday.
How many miles does the Tour du Mont Blanc include?
In total you will be running 104 miles (168k) across the whole trip.
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