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More than expected! A memorable experience

We had Haute Route of our list for last three years, just waiting for son to get strong enough to... read more

Reviewed October 8, 2017
a_speck_in_time
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Texas
It was longer ago than 2015, but utterly epic

Chamonix to Zermatt. Sounds easy in three words but put yourself on the line and do it, then top... read more

Reviewed April 3, 2016
K D
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Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
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Oct 8, 2017
“More than expected! A memorable experience”
Apr 3, 2016
“It was longer ago than 2015, but utterly epic ”
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Traversing through the heart of the Alps, this high-level ski route beings in Chamoniz, France and ends in Zermatt, Switzerland.
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Reviewed October 8, 2017

We had Haute Route of our list for last three years, just waiting for son to get strong enough to walk long distances it demands. This July we completed our dream of walking the Alps from Chamonix to Zermatt. It took me a while to...More

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Reviewed April 3, 2016 via mobile

Chamonix to Zermatt. Sounds easy in three words but put yourself on the line and do it, then top out in Zermatt with a 4000er. We did it á pied, no guide, and next time it's on skis. At Albert Premier get up and away...More

Thank K D
Reviewed September 3, 2014

My wife (60 yrs.), daughter (32yrs.) and me (62 yrs.) signed up with Alpenwild to take a 10 day (August 13-22, 2014) hiking trip on the Haute Route between Chamonix, France and Zermatt, Switzerland. This is called the Deluxe Route because they choose the best...More

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Reviewed December 12, 2013

Five of us took about 10 days to trek about 100 miles of the Haute Route. We had to bypass a couple of segments because the huts were closed or full (end of season). It still was plenty of trekking, however. We all were experience...More

2  Thank carynps
Reviewed December 23, 2008

I've reached that age where back-packing is no more. The last few holidays i've been on have been with a walking holiday company, but the one I use don't offer the Haute route and I decided to do it anyway. Never again! Stunning scenery but...More

4  Thank AnnG_8
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