Mont Blanc Guides Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Mont Blanc Guides Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) Mont Blanc Guides geoffjSubscriber Dave Kenyon – http://www.peaksandpasses.co.uk/ Posted 5 years ago mugsys_m8Subscriber I’d advise you to go for a British Mountain Guide rather than a French or Italian equivalent. British Guides will place more emphasis on training you, rather than dragging you. All the members are listed on the British Mountain Guides Website. I could point you to several friends who are listed there. But won’t in the interests of it getting close to an advert. Have fun. Posted 5 years ago scruffMember YOU DONT NEED ONE. Its an easy climb, like a freeway, nothing technical at all, easy. ( I was told this by an American, in a Canadian hot tub, capitals are there becuse he was being loud. He also thought his Klein Mantra was a great bike) Posted 5 years ago BlindMelonMember Does anyone have any recommendations for companies or guides that are good for an ascent of Mont Blanc? Posted 5 years ago zedbedboyMember I used this company for some Ski Touring recently and they were very good. http://mountaintracks.co.uk/ Posted 5 years ago sweaman2Subscriber Can I ask – why Mount Blanc? There are much nicer, quiter routes than the honeypot which might be more enjoyable. As above try the BMG; I’ve used the International School of Mountaineering – not for that but other stuff. Posted 5 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total) The topic ‘Mont Blanc Guides’ is closed to new replies.