In continuing to take people where they've never dreamed of going, Google Maps has officially reached new heights.
The 360-degree look at one of Europe's highest mountain peaks captures its mountainous terrain amidst fluffy clouds and massive snowfields in an absolutely breathtaking view. Considering Mont Blanc is reserved for the most-serious and skilled mountaineers and explorers, if it wasn't for this Google Maps experience, most people wouldn't ever get to have this up-close-and-personal look.
Google Maps set the bar high for the Street View on Western Europe's highest peak following last year's first-ever vertical imagery collection of El Capitan in California's Yosemite National Park.
To truly capture the essence of Mont Blanc, Google Maps partnered with everyone from world-renowned alpine photographers to skiers, climbers, mountaineers and runners to collect footage and shots that are used in the Street View.
Part of that surreal experience will have you running on the summit with Kilian Jornet, owner of the speed record for ascending and descending Mont Blanc in just less than five hours. In addition, you can ice climb up the mountain with alpine climber Ueli Steck.