By Car, Plane or Train?
There are a number of ways to travel to the Alps to suit your family and individual requirements, this page has been designed to help you choose the best way for you. By Car, Plane or Train?
Check out our Family Ski Transfer Service page too!
Travelling to resort by train
Advantages of travelling by train:
- Very short transfers – Moutiers to Reberty approx. 45 mins and Bourg-St-Maurice to Les Coches is about 20 mins
- You can relax, watch the countryside roll past, and arrive feeling fresh
- Convenient departure and arrival times
- No extra charges for skis/snowboards or for extra luggage
We await an announcement from Eurostar as to whether they will operate for 21/22 season. However, there are plenty of indirect trains from St Pancras, with you changing in Paris, prior to your stop in the Alps (at either Moutiers station for Reberty or Bourg-St-Maurice for Les Coches).
Snowcarbon offer great information about train travel on a Sunday, see this link and do view our videos above.
To book your trains we suggest you contact Fas from Trains Europe, he is really helpful and his contact details are:
Tel: 01354 660222
Please click here for more info on our free transfer service to and from these stations.
Click here for info on booking a taxi between Gare du Nord and Gare du Lyon.
Travelling to resort by car
Driving to our resort of Ardent takes about 8 hours from Calais – this is using the motorway system, taking a short lunch break, a couple of ‘comfort’ stops, and not breaking any speed restrictions! This also is subject to road traffic conditions and the weather!
To drive from Calais to either Les Coches or Reberty normally takes about 10 hours.
PLEASE NOTE: It is a legal requirement to carry snow chains in the Alps.
Click here to download directions to each resort.
To help you plan your journey by car we hope the following links are useful.
EURO TUNNEL: To travel by car and via the Euro tunnel, you will need to book and purchase tickets which you can do here.
FERRY CROSSINGS: To travel by car and via ferry over the channel, you will need to book and purchase tickets which you can do via one of the following links:
Travelling to resort by plane
This is advantageous to our guests who live close to a UK airport – as you have the flexibility to choose your own flights and travel from your local airport at a civilised time of day.
There are many low cost airlines offering convenient flights to Geneva from all over the UK, we have supplied links below to help you choose flights and book tickets.
We offer a meet and greet service at Geneva – transfers are included, flights are not. We can book private transfers from Chambery and Lyon (at your own cost).
For more information about our Family Ski Transfer Service from airport to resort please click here.
Flights to Geneva:
For flights to Geneva the below links may help you choose and book flight tickets.
Easyjet (Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool, London Luton, London Gatwick, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford, Stansted and Southend)
British Airways (London City, London Gatwick & London Heathrow)
Swiss Air (London City & London Heathrow)
Jet2 (Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Manchester)