At the heart of the Alps, Mont Blanc rises to an altitude of 4,810 metres. Thirty million years old, it is known as the Roof of Europe and is located on the border between France, Switzerland and Italy. At its summit, the climate conditions are very variable with temperatures reaching up to -40°C and a wind speed of up to 150km/h. Unexplored until 1786, it now welcomes thousands of climbers every summer. Discover charming cities such as Chamonix or Megève, ideal for ski holidays and book your hotel or chalet with a view at the foot of Mont-Blanc!