Basic Speedy Camping 10 Day

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Basic Speedy Camping 10 Day

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This unique itinerary is suited for those that want to camp all nights along the trail. Imagine sleeping under the stars, glacier in sight and only the sound of marmots to lull you to sleep. When campsites with amenities are available these have been selected, otherwise wild camping locations (compliant with protected nature/game reserves) are recommended.

This itinerary is only possible for the speedy hiker - those with a strong endurance and can handle average daily distance of 20km / 13 miles on the trail. With the biggest daily elevation change of 3,652 metres / 11,982 feet, hikers that choose these itineraries aren’t just speedy but mountain goats too!

Key Route and Hiking Stats:

  • Total Distance: 197 kilometres / 123 miles

  • Average hiking distance per day: 20 kilometres / 12 miles

  • Average hiking time per day: 6.5 hours

  • Average elevation change per day: 2,586 metres / 8,485 feet

  • Longest hiking day: 23 kilometres / 14 miles

  • Biggest elevation change day: 3,550 metres / 11,647 feet

**Note: Due to the closure of a section on the Europaweg Trail, a detour has been incorporated into this itinerary

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Great for speedy hikers (above average speed & endurance) who are happy to hike on average 6.5 hours per day (up to 9 hours on the biggest day), without missing any key trail highlights:

  • Sentier Trail: Amazing balcony trail above the Bagnes Valley with views of the Grand Combin Massif where the original Haute Route ski tour crosses

  • Crossing Chelion Glacier: Experience a self-guided glacier crossing after stopping in at Cabane Des Dix to plot your path and enjoy some food on their patio

  • Moiry Glacier: Visit the modern Cabane next to Moiry Glacier with a huge glass facade in the dining room to enjoy the spectacular view.

  • Europaweg Trail: A high alpine balcony trail running up the Mattertal Valley to the Haute Route finish line, which includes the world's longest suspension bridge.

**Note: Due to the closure of a section on the Europaweg Trail, a detour has been incorporated into this itinerary

The Basic Package is for hikers that want some support from our tools to help them confidently plan and hike the Haute Route. It includes:

  • Summary hiking itinerary;

    • Summary of key hiking statistics and amenities by day

    • Summary map of route and elevation profile

    • Available in both imperial and metric

  • Detailed offline mobile map;

    • GPS trail markers along your specific route to ensure you stay on track and don't get lost


Note: Images show sample itinerary & map from the 6-day shortest route. After purchase you will receive detailed itinerary including start and end locations.

If you are looking for more detailed tools such as daily itinerary breakdown, offline maps with additional markers such as bathrooms, water refill, food and transport shortcuts, and access to a booking portal containing for accommodation, transportation, baggage transfers and insurance, check out the Complete Package. This could be more your style.