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TMB - Day 9 Today we started in Trient, Switzerland and Hiked to the French border and enjoyed breathtaking views of Mont Blanc and a number of other peaks and the Chamonix Valley. Visibility was excellent and we saw all of the major peaks around Argentière and Chamonix. Our path followed an old smuggler's route back into France. We hiked to Col de Balme (7,186'), the border between Switzerland and France, and ate a wonderful lunch with homemade quiche and fresh salad along with a couple of French and Belgian beers. The ascent to Col de Balme and it’s picturesque refuge that marks the border between France and Switzerland, was long, but gradual. The views to Mont Blanc and the Chamonix valley were absolutely phenomenal! We descended to our hotel, Hotel La Couronne, in Argentière, just north of Chamonix. On the way we stopped for lunch at Les Ecuries de Charamillon (an excellent restaurant) and then hiked down a trail through a small ski area called Le Tour, and then down to Telecabine Le Tour De Balme at the base of the valley and into the charming, alpine village of Argentiére at the foot of Mont Blanc to our very nice Hotel. We had a team dinner at our hotel and it’s excellent restaurant. The Hotel de la Couronne was built in 1865 with the beginning our mountaineering and modernized in subsequent years while retaining its authenticity - its the only hotel of the nineteenth century in the Chamonix valley that has not changed its activity since its construction. Hotel de la Couronne Argentière, France Tel. (33) 450 540 002 www.hotelcouronne.com

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I hiked this trail in early September. It was absolutely beautiful. Something to see every step of the way. Breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps. Take your time and enjoy.

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