Mont Blanc ascent walking holiday
Description of Mont Blanc ascent walking holiday
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As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWalking is an activity by nature that has little impact on the environment.
All luggages transfers are organised in bulk to minimise carbon emission and when we need short transfers we use public transports.
Our guide has a love of the region and the mountains and encourages clients to make a difference in starting with their group activities: picnic lunches are bought from local producers and commerces; waste is kept to a minimum and gathered before moving on with the walks. Waste is sorted before being disposed of in the necessary recycling containers.
The guide explains about the protected parks we discover by foot, and gently accompanies the group in what gestures we can all make to preserve this precious natural environment, this can also incorporate an awareness to Flora and how to recognize protected flowers .
We learn how to travel through the different parks with as little impact as possible, in respect of the local paths and pastures and of the wildlife such as alpine foxes, mountain goats and ibexes: the guide of conduct in the park states to stay on paths to avoid causing erosion, and to leave animals in peace, observing from afar.
We hope that travellers will return home with a new awareness of climate change and its effects on these beautiful natural regions.
PeopleWe are committed to organising small group tours that have a minimal environmental impact as well as benefiting the local communities that welcome us. We work closely with our local partners and have built up a friendly relationship over the years, in many places along the trek, Les Contamines, Trient, Champex, Courmayeur and the villages we visit nearby, where we encourage clients to visit local cafés and commerces to participate in the economic life of the area.
On this trip our groups move point to point from local Gites / Hotels and mountain huts. All are small family-run and locally staffed, providing valuable employment in the tourism industry on which the region depends.
Fresh produce (such as cheese and meat) is sourced locally as much as possible. Picnic lunches (cold meats, cheese, bread etc.) are sourced at locally supplied stores and evening meals are either taken at our accommodation or local, family-run restaurants.