E-Bike Mont Blanc - Etoile


Level : Discovery – 3 days / 2 nights

Level :
The ‘ebike Mont Blanc Etoile’ is an exploratory trip designed for active individuals with some mountain biking experience on trails. The routes mostly follow 4×4 trails with no real technical difficulties but it is better if participants have some basic ‘riding’ skills (eg know how to descend a step, how to adapt one’s speed to the terrain, and good handlebar control over rocky terrain…). We can adapt the programme according to the motivation and skills of the group.

Accommodation : In mountain hut on Day 1 (dormitory) and in a 2* hotel on Day 2.

Guiding policy : 8 people maximum in the group.

Organisation :
– The program can be adapted to group of friends & families with kids older than 14 years old (kids age can be discussed depending on their motivation and experience with mountain biking)
– Your guide will contact you the week before the trip to answer any questions you may have and check your equipment.
– Mountain ebike hire is included in the price below. If you have your own mountain ebike we can amend the price on request. NB Proof of full service of your mountain ebike dated within 15 days of the start of the trip will need to be provided, as well as a charger.

Documentation :
Participants must have an insurance with repatriation cover. Cancellation insurance is highly recommended. You can take out insurance offering both of these types of cover when you sign up. Participants must also take valid ID with them.

3 days

E-Bike Tour Mount Blanc

from 899 EUR



The “Compagnie des Guides de Chamonix” is offering a stay exploring the Mont Blanc area on mountain ebikes, making it as accessible as possible and taking in Chamonix, Switzerland and Italy. This programme is structured to offer you a selection of the most beautiful panoramas of the Mont Blanc Massif, unusual accommodation and accessible routes adapted to suit a ‘Beginners/Introductory’ style trip.
All-terrain ebikes have become hugely popular over the past few years and there are myriad reasons for this growth: the ability to go further, higher and faster without excessive physical exertion, and the guaranteed fun, of course! Are you active and already have some mountain biking experience? This trip is for you! Go on, let yourself be tempted!…


Day 1 : Argentière Alt. 1250m – Refuge de la Loriaz Alt.2020m – France

Meet your guide in Chamonix and collect your ebike from the hire shop. There is either a short transfer to the village of Argentière or you can start in Chamonix by bike. This first day gives us the chance to make the most of the Chamonix valley seen from above, with its legendary glaciers and peaks as a backdrop. We plan to have a lunch break in the Buet area, just after the Col des Montets. Next we start the climb towards the Loriaz hut. Standing at an altitude of 2020m, this authentic mountain pasture hut combines history and tradition with breathtaking landscapes… Night’s half-board in a mountain hut.
Elevation gain : from 750m to 1000m. Elevation drop : from 300 to 700m. Distance from 25 to 35km.


Day 2 : Champex – Switzerland

Early the next morning we descend to the village of Le Buet where our minibus awaits us. We transfer to the village of Champex in Switzerland (45mins). This brings a change of atmosphere and a day spent near the handsome Lac de Champex, with its multiple route options, notably towards the Val d’Arpette. This is an exploration of ‘Switzerland’s Little Canada’. Lunch break near Champex. We transfer at the end of the day to Courmayeur in Italy (1 ½ hours). Night’s half-board in a 2-star hotel.
Elevation drop : 700m. Elevation gain : from 300m to 700m. Distance from 20 to 35km.


Day 3 : Courmayeur – Italy
A day devoted to exploring the superb Italian Val Ferret, dominated by the south face of the Grandes Jorasses and Mont Blanc. A complete change of scenery and stunning vistas, with lunch in a typical restaurant to sample the delicious cuisine of the Aosta valley, and a choice of extremely varied routes. At the end of the day we transfer back to Chamonix via the Mont Blanc tunnel. End of trip.
Elevation gain : from 300m to 700m. Elevation drop : from 300m to 700m. Distance from 25 to 45km.


Tour type:


Our adventure tours get you up & close to the destination by providing you with activities, so you can hike, bike, and multi-sport your way through beautiful scenery and wild nature. We provide the equipment, the expert guides, and the opportunity to explore Croatia in an exciting way. Prepare yourself to travel for experiences that engage the muscles as much as the mind or the heart. Whether that’s a light hike through island villages, a trek to the top of Velebit Mountain, or more physical activities like rock-climbing, ziplining or paddleboarding, adventure tours deliver as much or as little action as you need.

Service level:


3* hotels or apartments. Private transfers.

Tour complexity:


Some hiking or cycling on higher altitudes or more strenuous activities like rafting, but suitable for all healthy travellers.

Group size:

Small group

Minimum 4 persons, maximum 16 persons. Average 10 persons. Bigger groups on request. If there is less than 4 persons, also on request.

Minimum age:



– 3 guided days with a qualified ‘Mountain Bike’ guide (French ‘Brevet d’Etat’),
– All mountain Ebike rental & helmet,
– 2 nights in half-board accommodation including diner & breakfast (1 night in Dormitory + 1 night in a 2* hotel based on 2 people per room),
– Picnic & snack,
– Private minibus for the 3 days.

Not included :
– Drinks in refuge & hotel and all personal expenditure (make sure you have Euros & Swiss Francs),
– Personal mountain bike protection (highly recommended),
– Your trip to Chamonix,
– Repatriation insurance (mandatory) & cancellation insurance.


2 nights in half-board accommodation including diner & breakfast (1 night in Dormitory + 1 night in a 2* hotel based on 2 people per room)


2 x half-board including diner & breakfast
Picnic & snack,


All mountain Ebike rental & helmet
Private minibus for the 3 days


3 guided days with a qualified ‘Mountain Bike’ guide