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The Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers

The Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers was officially formed on 1st December 2011.

Two years after the launch of the Autour du Mont-Blanc project by the Plan Intégré Transfrontalier Espace Mont Blanc (PIT EMB) , the Association des Gardiens des Refuges et des Gites du Tour Mont Blanc ( Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers) was formed.

With the charter approved and filed with the relevant office, on Thursday 1st December 2011 representatives of 30 of the 51 TMB huts and gîtes met at the Majestic Conference Centre in Chamonix to take part in the Association's first General Assembly.

In the presence of Yann Jaccaz, then Vice-president of the Syndicat Mixte du Pays du Mont-Blanc , and representatives from the council of Chamonix, the hut managers founded an organisation with the principle aim of coordinating the activities of the buildings that host thousands of hikers from all over the world every year.

The assembly elected statutory bodies, nominated a secretary (Mr Jean Michel Romero - Gîte Mermoud, Valllorcine), a treasurer (Mrs Catherine Botholier - Refuge du Fioux, Saint-Gervais), two vice-presidents (Mrs Patricia Mollard - Nant Borrant hut, Les Contamines for France and Mrs Marie Jeanne Ropraz-Murisier - Relais d'Arpette for Switz mont-blanc-mountain-huts-rid-0.html. mont blanc femme individuelle perfume reviewerland) and the President, Renzino Cosson from the Bertone hut, Courmayeur. He is a legendary Courmayeur guide and a charismatic figure, responsible for founding the Fondazione Montagna Sicura (Safe Mountain Foundation).


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The highest peak in Western Europe is a must on every alpinists list of mountains. There are fewer more classic lines than the bosses ridge when seen from Chamonix a single sweep of snowy ridge rising from the Aiguille du Gouter to the summit. There are a number of different ways to climb Mont Blanc, we believe that the Gouter route offers the best chance of success and the minimum objective danger to our clients and guides.

Any Mont Blanc week will involve 3 days of acclimatization and preparation followed by three days for the ascent of Mont Blanc. We will try and use a combination of the Tete Rousse and Gouter huts to offer the best chance of climbing the mountain. Hut reservations are very difficult on Mont Blanc due to the number of people who would like to climb the mountain so it is essential to get in touch early so that we have the best chance of getting hut reservations. Any operator who claims they can guarantee hut reservations are not telling the truth.

Many operators offer package that involves a guide client ratio of 1:4 for the acclimatization then 1:2 for the ascent, while this offers great value for money we only work with 1:2 for the duration of your holiday. This allows the guide to develop a relationship with you and focus the training to your needs. We believe that the preparation should allow you to prepare on the most appropriate terrain that is relevant to the ascent of Mont Blanc. This means scrambling on rock and moving in crampons for long periods along with spending time at altitude to acclimatize. We often climb routes like the Aiguille Marbree and Pyramid Vinson (4000m) in the Monte Rosa group as preparation.



The Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers

The Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers was officially formed on 1st December 2011.

Two years after the launch of the Autour du Mont-Blanc project by the Plan Intégré Transfrontalier Espace Mont Blanc (PIT EMB) , the Association des Gardiens des Refuges et des Gites du Tour Mont Blanc ( Association of Tour of Mont Blanc Hut Managers) was formed.

With the charter approved and filed with the relevant office, on Thursday 1st December 2011 representatives of 30 of the 51 TMB huts and gîtes met at the Majestic Conference Centre in Chamonix to take part in the Association's first General Assembly.

In the presence of Yann Jaccaz, then Vice-president of the Syndicat Mixte du Pays du Mont-Blanc , and representatives from the council of Chamonix, the hut managers founded an organisation with the principle aim of coordinating the activities of the buildings that host thousands of hikers from all over the world every year.

The assembly elected statutory bodies, nominated a secretary (Mr Jean Michel Romero - Gîte Mermoud, Valllorcine), a treasurer (Mrs Catherine Botholier - Refuge du Fioux, Saint-Gervais), two vice-presidents (Mrs Patricia Mollard - Nant Borrant hut, Les Contamines for France and Mrs Marie Jeanne Ropraz-Murisier - Relais d'Arpette for Switzerland) and the President, Renzino Cosson from the Bertone hut, Courmayeur. He is a legendary Courmayeur guide and a charismatic figure, responsible for founding the Fondazione Montagna Sicura (Safe Mountain Foundation).

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