Info sought - Tour du Mont Blanc guidebooks

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Info sought - Tour du Mont Blanc guidebooks

Postby climberman » Mon 05 Dec, 2022 10:50 am

Hi folks,

Am pondering a TDM walk in in 2024. There are a few guidebooks on the market, has anyone had any good or poor experience with any of them?

TIA :)
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Re: Info sought - Tour du Mont Blanc guidebooks

Postby eggs » Mon 05 Dec, 2022 11:45 am

We had a Cicerone Guide by Kev Reynolds, but also had extensive maps - IGN maps 3630 Chamonix and 3531 St-Gervais.
I loved the maps, but don't remember much use of the guide book because we were running to a schedule arranged by Macs Adventure Limited.
So each end point had already been set by the company.
Having said that, it looks like a pretty good guide book.
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Re: Info sought - Tour du Mont Blanc guidebooks

Postby climberman » Mon 05 Dec, 2022 12:56 pm

Thanks eggs :)
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