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Beautiful scenery but no sign of the loop. Some stream crossing and rocky stretches. We tracked at about 8mi following the #2 route. Evidence of wildlife, but no sightings.

wandern
3 months ago

Pourquoi dans la description ça dit que c’est un sentier de 7kms et ensuite plus bas dans distance il est indiqué 12.2kms???

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steinig
4 months ago

Great hike. Some parts you have to watch out but you will make it.

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4 months ago

wandern
4 months ago

Nice trail, bit steep.

wandern
4 months ago

Stunning!

wandern
5 months ago

Quite strenuous but worth it. You can drive probably a fifth of the way on pavement. The view and beer at the top is a great reward.

wandern
6 months ago

A bit difficult because of the elevation and headaches might occur as it happened in our group. The trail is good tho, nice views and occasional shade. Recommended

TMB - Day 6 From Rifugio Bonatti, Italy to La Fouly, Switzerland Views of the Val Veny are our backdrop en route to Grand Col Ferret. We experienced hiking at its finest with alpine meadows, rushing streams and stunning views of the Val Veny as a backdrop en route to the Grand Col Ferret (8320'), the border between Italy and Switzerland. Mont Dolent towers above and its summit is the meeting point of the borders with France, Italy, and Switzerland. You'll continue to be amazed by fabulous close-up views of rocky spires and sparkling glaciers. Our grassy path ultimately leads us to our evening's auberge in the quiet but scenic village of La Fouly (5280'). We awoke to an incredible sunrise view of Mont Blanc from Refugio Bonatti before starting our hike further up the Italian Ferret Valley on the balcony trail to a stop for some thick delicious Italian hot chocolate and cappuccinos and then we proceeded on our long hike up to the pass and border between Italy and Switzerland (Grand Col Ferret) and views of Mont Dolent - which sits on the border of Italy, France and Switzerland. Many waterfalls and stream crossings. The Swiss side of Mont Blanc is much less dramatic than the Italian side and greener with more pasture land. Hiked down to a stop for a cold beer at La Peule in the Swiss Ferret Valley and on to La Fouly for the night. Hiking: 10.5 miles. Elevation gain: 2,746', Elevation loss: 4,167'. Terrain: Hillside traverse followed by steep descents and ascents on dirt trails; some short sections of exposure. We stayed at: Auberge des Glaciers La Fouly, Switzerland Tel. (41) 27 783 1171 www.aubergedesglaciers.ch

Don't underestimate this bit of the TMB: it's a long climb to the pass, and an even longer descent to La Fouly, which seems like you'll never reach. GREAT scenery throughout, particularly at Col Ferret on a clear day: you can see all the way to the France border! Subtracting one star because a lot of this trail is a descent and walk to the town, which are a bit boring.

One of the most beautiful pieces of the TMB, this hike takes a few extra miles to get to Rifugio Bonatti, but the views are well worth it! It's a lot of elevation earlier on, but the scenery in the main ridge path (up to Col de Tete) is AMAZING - some of the best views I've ever had in my life.

wandern
6 months ago

This was an incredible hike. It was hot during the initial ascent up to Rifugio Sella and there wasn't much shade, but the views were more than worth it. It took about three hours to get to Sella, where we refilled water and used the restrooms. We then continued across the ridge towards Herbetet, which we had completely to ourselves. Gorgeous views, narrow trails (that aren't as scary as they look in pictures), wildlife, and a light breeze. Not a trail I'd want to do when wet, however. It took another 3.5 hours to cross the ridge, and then another 2.5 hours to walk back to Valnontey along the river. Overall it was one of the best hikes I've ever done. Make sure to bring a camera!

wandern
6 months ago

Phenomenal hike, with just about everything you could ask for: show-stopping views, waterfalls a-plenty, a range of different ecosystems (forests, alpine meadow, high alpine talus fields), and guaranteed ibex and marmot sitings. Be aware the middle quarter of the hike has near-constant exposure, with a few sketchy sections of trail (though ropes are affixed where it gets really dangerous), and some major stream crossings. Not a hike to be done in winter!

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schlammig
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steinig
6 months ago

Excellente randonnée sans difficultés sauf sur le retour beaucoup de névés ce qui a rendu la randonnée beaucoup plus longue que prévue.

Passeggiata strabiliante, stupefacente, incredibile, davvero speciale. non avere paura della sfida ma tenete conto di non farla quando ce ancora il ghiaccio e anche tantissima acqua perché diventa pericolosissimo. io sono stato molto fortunato ma non sapevo di questo pericolo.

Laufen
7 months ago

Probably one of the most beautiful hikes in the world. Endless switchbacks our of Courmayeur and you’re rewarded with an incredible view (and if you’re us, a beer at Bertone) before continuing on to Bonatti.

wandern
10 months ago

Amazing trail, one of the best peak in the Valley for panorama and hiking history . Lots of different mountain sceneries in unspoiled environment. It takes 7 to 8 hours, so go there early in the morning...sometimes cloudy in the afternoon. Scary passage near the peak, you have to sneak on the rocks with your back facing the void. Beautiful!!!!

wandern
Sat Jul 21 2018

Very beautiful hike!

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

wandern
4 months ago

on Refugio Bonatti

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4 months ago

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4 months ago

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