Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is located at 45Ã‚Â°55′8″N, 6Ã‚Â°51′55″E.
The Chamonix valley runs from northeast to southwest, and is watered by the Arve, which rises in Le Tour. The Arve is joined by the torrent l'Arveyron, which rises in the famous Mer de Glace just above Chamonix. On the southeast towers the snowclad summit of Mont Blanc (4808m), and on the northwest the less lofty, but rugged chain of Le Brévent (2525m) and of the Aiguilles Rouges. A number of villages and hamlets stretched out along the valley belong to the commune including Les Bossons (1012m), Les Praz (1060m), Argentière (1252m) and Le Tour (1462m). The valley is connected via the Col de Montets (1461m) to Martigny (Switzerland) in the Rhône Valley.
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Chamonix Tourist Office
85, place du triangle de l'amitie
74401 Chamonix Mt-Blanc cedex
Tel. 33 (0) 4 50 53 00 24
Fax 33 (0) 4 50 53 58 90
Open everyday from