Well, the Summer 2020 hiking season sure hasn’t turned out like we planned. Here at Trenoza Treks, we’ve had to postpone our multi-day treks for next season. What will we do in the meantime, you ask? Take you out for guided day hikes!
Welcome to our “5 Days of Summer” day-hiking session. Has hiking Mont Blanc been on your to-do list? Get ready to check it off! Over the course of the summer, we’ll take groups out to five of the best day hikes around Mont Blanc. This will be a great opportunity for locals to get out and see the best of what the Tour du Mont Blanc has to offer – without having to commit to a week (or longer) trip.
Oh yeah, it’s also going to be (basically) free to you! We just ask that, in return, you let us use photos of you from the day’s adventure, and that you leave a review for us on Google when you get home.
We anticipate you’ll have some questions, so here are some answers in advance!
The hikes will start in July - to coincide with the end of the snow on the trails - and continue through the month of September. We will provide both a main date for a hike, and an alternate date in case of bad weather.
We’ll list the hikes as events on our Trenoza Treks Facebook page, so please “like” our page and check back in for regular updates.
Our first hike is scheduled for Saturday, July 4th, with an alternate date of Saturday, July 11th. Other dates will be posted as the summer progresses.
You can sign up at our Facebook page under the events section. Don’t have Facebook? No problem. Just email us at email@example.com. Space is limited!
Nope! Each hike will have individual signups, so come to as many or as few as you like.
On average, the hikes will include:
You don’t need to be a super athlete. However, you do need to be accustomed to a moderate level of physical activity to be comfortable on these treks. We won’t be racing to the finish of the hikes – the point is to enjoy the day. But, we do want you to know that these will be challenging days if you don’t already maintain a decent exercise regimen.
Each hiker should be sure to have the following equipment and apparel:
Optional equipment includes:
We will provide you with the meetup points for the hikes, but we will not be providing transportation unless special requests are made (and paid). We encourage our participants to carpool where possible, and we will be able to take a couple of people with us in our vehicle (providing they can meet us in Annecy).
Some hikes will allow us opportunities to stop for coffees and/or pastry(!) at local mountain refuges. As the refuges generally prefer cash, we recommend you bring some euros along to enjoy a treat.
On some occasions, we may also use ski lifts and/or buses to get to the starts of our trails. We will notify you in advance if that is the case.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on Facebook Messenger.