Tramway du Mont-Blanc

in Saint-Gervais-les-Bains
Presentation

A ride on the Mont-Blanc Tramway is a pretext for adventure... Discover a variety of alpines landscapes along the journey and some of the most views from the top. More than a simple excursion, a true discovery !

In winter, it takes pedestrians and skiers to the Plateau de Bellevue (1800 m) and the ski area of Les Houches for the pleasure of a most picturesque walk and the grandeur of an exceptional panorama.

In summer, it takes you up to the Nid d'Aigle (2372 m). Take the cogwheel train for an effortless assault on the summits. Jeanne, Marie or Anne will take you to the gates of the high mountains, to the delight of your eyes... and your legs! Up there, the Bionnassay glacier is just a 30-minute walk from the refuge. It's an easy walk for the whole family to get up close to the ice, observe the seracs and feel the fresh breath of eternal snow on your face.
From here, experienced and well-equipped mountaineers can access the Tête Rousse and Goûter refuges for the ascent of Mont Blanc.

Starting point altitude
1047m
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minimum age
2 years old
Rates
Family pass: 105.40 €
One way ticket for adult: 22.20 €
Round-trip ticket for adult: 34 €
Round-trip ticket for a child (5-14 years): 28.90 €.

Free entry for children < 5 years.
Group rate available for > 20 people.

The tramway is included in the MONT BLANC Multipass in the summer and the MONT BLANC Unlimited in the winter.
Opening dates
From 10/02 to 01/04/2024
Departure times daily every hour between 9 am and 4 pm.
The 9am train may be cancelled in the event of heavy snowfall.
- Trains depart from the Thermes du Fayet (entrance to the thermal park).

Subject to favorable weather.
Location
Tramway du Mont-Blanc
2 impasse des 2 Gares
74170 Saint-Gervais-les-Bains
Special winter info
The highest cog railway in France awaits you for a wonderful journey at the foot of Mont Blanc.
Leaving from Le Fayet or Saint-Gervais, it allows skiers and walkers, at the end of a route through forests and mountain pastures, to access the Plateau de Bellevue (1,900 m) and the Les Houches / Saint-Gervais ski area, in the heart of an exceptional panorama (panoramic view on the Bionnassay glacier).

New this winter: discover the 4 new engines inspired by their predecessors, including Marguerite, the latest born, now present alongside Jeanne, Anne, and Marie, names of the daughters of the founder of the TMB operating company.
Special summer info
A trip on the Tramway du Mont-Blanc is THE pretext for multiple escapades...
The TMB, as it's known here, gives you access to an extraordinary panorama. It's the gateway to a host of itineraries, some of which open the doors to the high mountains. Whether for a family outing or a sporty getaway, there's every reason to take this legendary cogwheel train. Contemplating the panorama will leave you with unforgettable memories.
But that's not the only reason to take this cogwheel train, because along the way it reveals all the diversity and variety of our mountain landscapes.
More than just an excursion, a true exploration!

Mountain bikes are accepted on the TMB only on the 1st train, and on the last three.

Special mountaineering info:

Trains specially dedicated to mountaineers planning to climb Mont Blanc via the normal Goûter route will be offered according to the following specific timetables from the opening date until October 1, 2023:
- On the ascent, 3 trains per day departing from Le Fayet at 7am, 11am and 3pm.
- On the way down, 3 trains a day depart from Le Nid d'Aigle at 8.10am, 12.10pm and 4.10pm.
Handicap
The Tramway du Mont Blanc welcomes wheelchairs on all its trains. The All Terrain wheelchairs are allowed in the first 2 trains in the morning and the last 2 trains of the day having warned the Tramway du Mont-Blanc in advance.

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