Hotel Boule de Neiges (BDN)
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Woke up to sunshine and an urge to do some exercise. As
usual my travel agent had everything planned and after breakfast we set off on
our bikes to visit the Georges du Trient. This is a beautiful gorge that is
situated on a river that has cut the gorge over 200 meters into the rock. The
cliff faces have been equipped with walkways that allow a visitor to access
deep into the area. Really something special.
From here we saw a path heading up the ...
... out a campsite right next to the Aire we was in. It cost just about the same as the Aire so we have now set up camp in the site. The lake is just meters away and more clear with pebble beach unlike the area we was in yesterday. By lunch time we joined Chris and Jan in their van to go find a Motorhome dealer that also sold accessories as they were having issues with the house battery. It was just before 12pm when we arrived and out of 2 shops we went to Chris was told ...
... of vertical ladders and metal bridges set against the side of the mountain. After two days and hours of rock scrambling, we were ready for a different kind of adventure, so we chose the ladders. Wow! This way is not for those even remotely afraid of heights! First, we had to walk along a sheer cliff a tiny ledge making our way safe by holding a metal chain anchored into the rock. One wrong step,or slip could send you over the ...
... with leftover duck and broccoli to round to all off). Sounded GREAT – so back to our newly favourite supermarket to pick everything up.
Back at the accommodation realised that it was our last night in Chamonix, so started to think about how to use up some of the food in the fridge. We had a store bought tarte flambé from the day before that we hadn’t had – so cooked that up on our arrival home as ...
... with many chair lifts and T-bars) and caught the cable car down to laTour. From la Tour we started walking towards Argentiere but ended up stopping at Montroc where we hopped onto a train to Argentiere with some fellow travellers. With the day done, 18km later and having climbed +3000 feet, we were spent and happily checked into our hotel and hit the hot tub and swimming pool. Tomorrow is our last day of hiking where we return to our original starting point, ...