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Incredible views!

On a clear day, there top offers amazing views of Mont Blanc and the surrounding mountains. Dress... read more

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Elizabeth L
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A spectacular way to get a view of the Mont Blanc

The cable car station is located just outside of the Tunnel of Mont Blanc, which makes this really... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Strada Statale 26, 48 | Strada della Brenva / Strada Statale 26, 48, 11013, Courmayeur, Italy
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Reviewed today via mobile

On a clear day, there top offers amazing views of Mont Blanc and the surrounding mountains. Dress warm and leave a bit of time to explore the indoor museum.

Thank Elizabeth L
Reviewed 2 days ago

The cable car station is located just outside of the Tunnel of Mont Blanc, which makes this really convenient if you're going there by car. The cable is big and it has a 360 degree view. The car has seats in it if you want...More

Thank PiggyRusnak
Reviewed 2 days ago

Original plan was the Aguile du Midi, but it was closed for repairs this past June. This required a 45 minute back-track for us but well worth it. Added bonus of seeing Matterhorn once at the top, too! Requires transferring to yet another cable car...More

Thank hellmbeck
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is very nice ride to see Mont Blanc and surrounding mountains with glaciers. The cabin rotates 360 degrees on the way up on both rides (there are two legs of the tourney, the highest point is on 3466 m) There are caffe's on both...More

Thank mamapafi
Reviewed 1 week ago

A stone's throw from the picturesque Italian Alpine village of Courmayeur, the Mont Blanc Skyway cable car offers a couple of options. One, you can travel all the way up to Point Helbronner in the revolving gondola and see nature's wonders as you ascent to...More

1  Thank EdWny
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are not a seasoned mountain walker, this is the only way to admire the highest points in Europe. It’s a bit expensive, but worth it. Do not forget to go to the Torino Refugio!

1  Thank Kwizim
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It Is one of the most dramatic places in European Alps. Amazing structure and brand New rotating gondola. Experience of Mt. Blanc Is much better then from Chamonix side.

1  Thank Vlado Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Skyway ride was about 50 Euros but it was worth the money. The ride up and down allowed for nice views of the terrain and local mountains. The viewing area at the top was spectacular! We had coffee and pastries at the top that...More

1  Thank Jeff A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had planned to go up the French side (late June 2018) but it was under construction. So glad I checked online before my trip! We booked online for Punta Helbronner and were able to park and walk right up to the gondola, scan our...More

1  Thank Nieuwezijds
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The ticket price is as steep as the ascent, but it’s actually worth every cent of the 49 Euros. Once up, you feel light headed, both because of the thin air and knowing you are as close to Monte Bianco as you will probably ever...More

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Mohammed J
12 August 2018|
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Response from Andrei_82 | Reviewed this property |
At some point you could go on foot to Aguille du Midi and go down in France. But last month the gondola was off service.
julie c
29 March 2018|
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Response from LausieLDN | Reviewed this property |
Travelling by car is far easier and there is a reasonable priced carpark right below it.
Jo Ellen N
5 March 2018|
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Response from LeavesdenMan | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there is certainly a train to Aosta from Turin, and then a bus to Courmayeur. Times I don't know, try Google.