Planning a ski trip? Unsure how to get to Val Thorens?
If you’re looking for door to door service, a hassle-free journey and value for money, a Chambery to Val Thorens transfer is the perfect choice.
Before you travel, it always helps to arm yourself with more information. Here’s a closer look at everything you need to know.
The transfer to Val Thorens ski resort should take only 1 hour and 40 minutes!
However, during adverse weather conditions or heavy traffic, expect to encounter some delays. These can mean your transfer takes longer than expected.
Your Alps2Alps driver will always take the best possible route that ensures you spend as much time on the slopes as possible, without compromising on safety.
Travelling during quieter periods, for example avoiding school holidays and weekends, can help make sure you spend as little time in the car as possible.
We work with a dynamic pricing structure, which helps ensure our transfer quotes are only ever reduced - not increased.
We don’t have fixed prices! When calculating the cost of your transfer, we apply a standard tariff and then work out how we can reduce it.
Your price will be based on a number of different factors, such as the date and number of passengers.
For the cheapest ski transfers, try travelling midweek. You can pay up to 60% less compared to the weekend.
Got any questions about your journey? You might find them answered below.
Should you require it, you can get a ski transfer from a train station instead!
The closest to Val Thorens are:
Contact us by email or phone if you need to make any changes.
You can follow your driver’s live location on our Alps2Alps app. You can also contact them directly and receive notifications if they’re delayed.
The standard route from Chambery to Val Thorens 3 Valleys (122km) will usually take you via Route de l'Aéroport heading towards D1201 (Voglans). After that, you’ll continue towards Salins-les-Thermes and Saint-Martin-de-Belleville.
The closest airport to Val Thorens is Chambery, which is why this route is such a desirable one. It’s particularly good for shorter ski trips, as it’s so quick.
However, this world-class resort can be reached from a variety of starting points! Grenoble to Val Thorens is another option, and may give you a wider choice of airlines. Grenoble Airport is also open all year round, unlike Chambery.
The most popular is a Geneva to Val Thorens transfer, as this is by far the busiest and best equipped airport to service the Alps! Many keen skiers begin their holiday here.
If you need an alternative option, Lyon airport to Val Thorens will take you around 2 hours and 20 minutes.
While a taxi or public transport can get you to Val Thorens, these won’t give you the benefits airport transfers will.
Some perks include:
Sitting approximately 5km from the city centre, Chambery Airport is the ideal starting point to set off and discover the Savoie Mont Blanc area. It’s also known as Chambery Savoie Airport.
Tip: if flying with your own skis, always check beforehand how much you’ll be charged! This will help avoid any nasty surprises.
Val Thorens is Europe’s highest altitude resort, sitting at 2300m! Due to this, you can rely on its snow reliability and great slopes.
Nestled in the heart of the world’s largest linked ski area, the Three Valleys, it’s easy to see why this is such a well-loved resort by many.
It couldn’t be easier to book your ski transfer! The simplest way to do so is online, but you can also email or phone us if you prefer.
We’ll guarantee your booking straight away. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.