Accommodation: For our standard trek we use 3* hotel, auberge or mountain refuge accommodation depending on location. Rooms are on a twin/ double basis unless requested otherwise. Single rooms are available most nights at a supplement. The Refuges offer dormitory style accommodation with shared facilities. Please request your room preference at the time of booking.
Meal arrangements: Bed, breakfast and 3 course evening meals will be included with the exception of Chamonix & Zermatt, which will be breakfast only. Please let us know any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
The following gives an idea of the typical accommodation used by Mont Blanc Treks on the Walkers Haute Route, this list is not exhaustive & we have many more options from 5 star hotels to remote mountain refuges along the route.
CHAMONIX Hotel l’Arve
You will receive a welcome in the great mountain tradition; treat yourself to the pleasures of a comfortable setting, a family atmosphere and an oasis of calm right in the heart of the Chamonix. Facilities include bar, lounge, sauna and gym.
TRIENT Auberge Grande Ourse
The Auberge Grand Ourse is located at 1300m in the village of Trient. The auberge has been recently refurbished and has rooms and dormitories with shared facilities (hot showers and WC). The auberge has a cosy bar and restaurant serving good local food. Meal basis: HB
CHAMPEX LAC Hotel du Glacier
Comfortable rooms including some that overlook the lake, are equipped with shower or bath, Toilet, TV, telephone and radio. The Hotel du Glacier has a fantastic restaurant offering modern and traditional cuisine. Meal basis: HB
VERBIER Cabane du Mont Fort
The Cabane du Mont fort is situated (2457m) above Verbier and on the Walker Haute Route trail. The refuge has modern facilities with dormitory accommodation, hot showers and good food. Meal basis: HB
DIXENCE Cabane de Prafleuri
The Cabane du Prafleuri is located 2662m above the commune of Heremence and at the foot of the Rosablanche (3336m). The refuge is situated on the Walkers Haute Route path and has dormitory accommodation, note showers and good food. Meal basis: HB
AROLLA Hotel du Glacier
The hotel is in the center of the village and has a café, restaurant & cellar bar. Its sunny terrace is ideal to contemplate the magnificent panorama of Arolla. The rooms are equipped with shower/ bath and toilet with a private balcony. In the evening you can taste the local specialties in the restaurant. Meal basis: HB
LA SAGE Hotel La Sage
Hotel de la Sage Evolène located in the heart of the Valais Alps. Our newly renovated rooms are all equipped with individual bathrooms. Facilities include: Bar, lounge, restaurant, sauna & free Wi-Fi. Meal basis: HB
ZINAL Hotel de La Poste
Hotel de la Poste is located in the village of Zinal. Furnished in Alpine style, the rooms at Hotel de la Poste have a shower and a washbasin with shared toilets. Breakfast is served every morning and the restaurant with a terrace offers typical Valais and Swiss specialties. Free Wi-Fi. Meal basis: HB
GRUBEN Hotel Schwarzhorn
The Hotel Schwarzhorn is a pension style accommodation with bedrooms and dormitory accommodation with shared showers and W/C. Other facilities include: bar, restaurant and shop. Meal basis: HB
GRACHEN Hotel Hannigralp
The 3* hotel Hannigralp situated in the pedestrianised village of Grachen. The facilities include: swimming pool, sauna, bar and restaurant serving delicious local specialties. Meal basis: HB
ZERMATT Hotel Antika
The 3* hotel Antika offers cosy rooms in mountain hut style right in the center of Zermatt. All the rooms in Antika have private bath/shower, toilet, hairdryer, phone, radio, cable TV, free Internet and balcony. Meal basis: B&B
Meal basis: HB= Breakfast & Evening meal, B&B= Breakfast only
For further information on any aspect of accommodation contact Sara at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Walkers Haute Route: The Walkers Haute Route also features as one of the worlds top ten treks & is approximately 180km in length, the route crosses 11 high mountain passes with 12,000m of ascent through France and Switzerland the Haute Route walk makes for a fabulous challenge.