Among Europe’s most popular long-distance treks, the Tour du Mont Blanc clocks in at 105 miles, spanning three countries (including Italy) over approximately 10 days of walking. Though the task is daunting to many, this particular journey proves an experience filled with leisure and small pleasures, making it one-of-a-kind.
Writer Gideon Lewis-Kraus us on a walk in 100 Miles, 10 Days, Three Countries and a Lot of Cheese: The epicurean pleasures of the Tour du Mont Blanc, Europe’s most indulgent trek. Read the full article at The New York Times Style Magazine.
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