Several possibilities are possible for the departure of Mont Blanc in ski touring.
The "classic" start is from the plane of the needle. The first day's itinerary includes a crossing on the Bossons glacier then a climb to the Grands Mulets refuge.
The second day after a fresh start it will be necessary to go up to the Vallot shelter, passing by the small and the large plateau. The end of the ascent passes by the famous Arete des Bosses. The descent by the small north face if it is in condition is the best option.
Mont-Blanc ski is always a great end-of-season adventure, especially from the Plan de l'Aiguille to reach the Grands-Mulets refuge.
With not far from 2200m of positive elevation to achieve in the day the second day!
-A mythical descent
-Hide skis on the roof of the Alps
- Achievable from April to June
-Much less frequent than in summer.