• Can’t believe how majestic are the glaciers! | Day 1 of TMB from Chamonix-Mont-Blanc to Houches
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    Can’t believe how majestic are the glaciers! | Day 1 of TMB from Chamonix-Mont-Blanc to Houches

    Finally we made it! We are here at Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. After a long 2 day trip finally we are here. Now we are going to search for a tourist office and for the weather forecast because it’s very important here. And we’ll show you around the town as well but for now it’s so impressive. We are so excited! The mountain office was closed already it’s 18pm. Now we are going to check out the camping. There are 2 or 3 campsites here. If the price would be good we rest there and if not we are going to wild camp as always. And tomorrow maybe we’ll be back here in…

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    Tour de Mont Blanc Detailed Packing List | Wilderness Backpack for maximum self-sufficiency

    Hello, there! We are Angelina and Dima from Walking Nature World. And we are going to show what’s inside our backpacks for Tour de Mont Blanc and Dolomites Hike. As we’ll be wild camping most of the time and we’ll be out in the wilderness we tried to be as autonomous as possible and as independent as possible. So we brought lots of interesting stuff this time and lots of new one so we are very excited to share this with you. So let’s begin with my backpack! So we’ll start right from the backpack, I have a new backpack this time – this is a 20 L Quechua backpack.…

  • Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix
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    Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix

    Hello, our friends! It’s Angelina and Dima here from Walking Nature World and today we are starting the tour de Mont Blanc hike. This trail is around 150kms in total and it goes around the summit of Mont Blanc. It crosses France, Italy and Switzerland. So it’s quite an international hike. And for us it’s probably won’t be the longest hike we’ve done because we’ve already done the Camino de Santiago and it was around 500kms. But definetely most high elevation one and possibly one of the most challenging. We are planning to do it in 8 or 9 days. But it will depend a lot on the weather conditions…