/ Cheapest way of staying in Chamonix
But camping is cheaper of course.
As you drive into Cham there is a big layby on the left before you cross the Montenvers train tracks. It seems to be ok to park there long term for free.
I saw your other post-I would advise doing the Cordier in a day. If you want to do a route with a bivi, go for something like the Frendo.
Have a great trip, Ross.
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