Hotel Le Montana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Montana Argentiere
Hotel has been redone and has an excellent swimming pool just right after a long day of hiking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Montana Argentiere
Travel Blogs from Argentiere
... with a vegetable soup, a green salad and country pate plate, tender pork loin slices with vegetables and a layered and very delicate potato bake. Dessert was an almond cake.
The next day, Wednesday, began cloudy but cleared enough that we decided to make the hike up to Le Lac Bleu. We checked out of the hotel and started up the trail, reaching the lake in about 2 1/2 hours. During the hike we heard a noise that we thought at first might ...
... this area and then security hooked onto us and we didn't get back in ! We then wandered around but it was wet underfoot. Then I had a brainwave to wander into the water to the paddling boats. We were probably the only ones in shorts, so easy. We were now the closest spectators from the boats as they passed. The Silver Fern Flag from home was flying and enabled us to have a "private" wave with Mahe Drysdale. Paul is back on Saturday for some of the ...
By James: Tuesday 1st September was my first day in my new French School, Montessori-Mont Blanc. There are a total of 15 of us in the School. There is my NZ School Principal (Pete) and a French Teacher (Isabella). FB (a New Zealander ...
Our tour guide, Diddierre, picked us up from camp at 6.30am. We arrived at the chair lift, bought our tickets and took the 20min cable car up to Aiguille du Midi (3842m). Harness on! Crampons on! We were ready to hit the snow! We hiked down a long snowy ridge onto flat ground. Was pretty scary, if we fell either side we would have been in ...
... covered with a few rocky slopes interspersed where landslides have carried the trees away in the past, but the sheer size of them is just breathtaking. I am sure that there are hardy souls who climb them and since they do not appear particularly technical, I am sure that Shar and I could do it but WOW! I think it would take at least half a day of hard climbing just to get to the crest of the ridge above town....and the "mountains" go way way ...