Need a Geneva Airport to Alpe d’Huez transfer this ski season?
We offer a professional, affordable service that gets your holiday off to the best possible start. We’ll help you make the most of the slopes and ensure this trip is an unforgettable one!
Got any questions about ski transfers from Geneva? Let’s drill down to the finer details.
Here’s everything you need to know about your journey, from plane to powder.
Usually, the transfer time from Geneva Airport to Alpe d’Huez is around three hours.
However, bear in mind this can see significant changes due to traffic or adverse weather conditions. Your driver will always choose the best possible route, without compromising on safety.
Let’s crunch the numbers.
We pride ourselves on offering value for money to all our customers - which means we work with a dynamic pricing structure. We don’t have fixed prices, instead, we work with a standard tariff and then base your quote on a variety of factors.
We also ensure to apply any special discounts available - which means we’ll never increase your quote, only reduce it. We make travel to Alpe d’Huez quick and easy.
If you have any questions about our private transfer service, you should find them answered below. If not, don’t be afraid to contact us with any queries you may have.
We don’t just do private and shared transfers - our customers can take advantage of a range of special offers.
We offer a low-cost ski rental store conveniently located near Geneva Airport. We can take you here en-route to your final destination, where you’ll have high-quality equipment fitted by professionals. Should you need to make any swaps or changes to your gear later on, we can arrange this with minimal hassle or fuss.
Some more good news - kids’ equipment rental is free with any full-paying adult!
For those who already own skis, you can take advantage of our ski storage depot. We’ll look after your equipment for you until your next holiday in the Alps. Those who book a transfer with us can use it for free!
For the cheapest ski transfers, book midweek. You can save up to 60% compared to the weekend.
You’ll also be able to take advantage of quieter slopes and quicker transfer times. It’s a win-win!
Download the Alps2Alps app to unlock a number of perks. You can speak to your driver directly, receive live notifications if they’re stuck in traffic and stay in contact with our 24/7 customer services team.
This minimises the risk of you waiting around and ensures your driver is kept up to date with all the details, such as departure time.
Alps2Alps can pick you up from all major destinations, including France, Italy and Switzerland. You can choose from a variety of starting points, such as Geneva, Lyon or Chambery.
Alternative airports to Geneva include:
Grenoble is the closest airport to Alpe d’Huez.
Timings may be quicker, however it’s vital you check flight times as Geneva has the widest range of airlines flying into it. This can give you more choice.
Should you need to, your driver will happily make any necessary stops.
We can take you via a supermarket should you need to pick up any last-minute supplies.
Also, if anyone is feeling unwell, our friendly drivers will happily pull over if possible. Alternatively, ask them to change the temperature or adjust your seat. We’ll do everything we can to ensure you feel comfortable at all times.
Alps2Alps can pick you up from any train or bus station you require and take you to your final destination.
However, bear in mind that public transport often means delays and waiting around. The bus from Geneva to Alpe d’Huez is much slower than a transfer. It’s not recommended for those wanting to make the most of the pistes!
Geneva Airport (GVA) is one of the busiest to service the Alps.
It’s open all year round and has many different airlines flying into it. For this reason, it’s popular with keen skiers every season of the year.
Now we know how to get to Alpe d’Huez, it’s time to get excited for your holiday.
Alpe d’Huez is a modern ski resort which is known for its sunny, extensive terrain and incredible views across the Southern Alps. The ski resort is built above the original village of Huez.
Alpe d’Huez is part of the Grand Domaine ski area, shared with Les Deux Alpes.
This gives you access to 389km of downhill skiing, with 304 marked pistes, served by a total of 150 ski lifts. An appropriate lift pass will give you the access to ski or snowboard in the other resorts such as Les 2 Alpes, Vaujany, Auris-en-Oisans and Oz-en-Oisans.
Alpe d’Huez is also home to the longest ski run in Europe, La Sarenne (16km).
It’s little wonder it’s gained such huge popularity over the years!
Ready to head to the slopes?
Booking a ski transfer couldn’t be easier - it only takes a matter of seconds and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately.
See you at the airport! Head over to our booking page to get started.