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Don't struggle with your bags all across the big town that is Chamonix. Mountain Drop-offs Geneva to Chamonix transfers take you and your luggage right to your door!


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Door to Door Transfers from Geneva Airport top the Alps Geneva to Chamonix transfer time (and the return journey) usually takes between 1hr 15 mins to 1hr 30 mins depending on road conditions and your drop off point.


The Geneva to Chamonix shuttle route is by far our most popular, partly because Chamonix attracts a huge amount of visitors in both winter and summer.

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It is so easy to get to from Geneva, being one of the few ski resorts that's dual-carriageway all the way from the airport to the centre of Chamonix town, meaning no twisting, winding mountain roads during your transfer.

After leaving the airport, within a few minutes of your journey, you will be crossing the border from Geneva Airport in Switzerland into France and from there it's a straight transfer run up the motorway to Chamonix.


To Your Door in Chamonix

You'll know you're getting close when you start to wind up the impressive 'road on stilts' that is the Egratz viaduct and before you know it, you'll be looking at the snow-capped peaks of the Mont Blanc Massif from the windows of your transfer van and you've arrived in the Chamonix Valley!

With our transfers you can opt for a shared, private or a VIP transfer to get to Chamonix from Geneva airport.

Luggage Goes Free on Mountain drop offs transfers to ChamonixAnd don't forget, your luggage, skis and snowboards all go free on our transfer vehicles between Geneva and Chamonix. There are no hidden charges with Mountain Drop-offs.

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Chamonix Event Calendar

Whats On In 2016/2017!

There's never a dull moment in the Chamonix Valley. There's fun on the slopes in winter combined with music and dancing at apres-ski events. Then a plethora of sporting endeavours in the summertime that usually involve wearing lycra and running for miles and miles and miles. In essence, there really is something for everyone in Chamonix in all seasons - which is why we run transfer buses from the airport in Geneva straight to Chamonix all year round.

You don't even need to be sports-mad to enjoy the mountains, with cultural walking tours, artisan markets and film festivals also organised throughout the year.

A weekly list of events can be found on the Chamonix Tourist Office website, but here are some of the key festivites in the Chamonix Valley:

GrolleandSki Festival - 9-11 December 2016
One of the most eccentric and original festivals you’ve ever seen! It’s all about live music, films and fun. To give you and idea of the sort of humour we’ve talking about, last year there were showings of Monty Python and Johnny England films. It’s slapstick all the way with Grolle Land!

Nordic Monster Test - 10 December 2016
This day focusing on the various cross country disciplines marks the start of the winter season for us! At the Foyer Ski de Fond near MBC in Chamonix, you can talk to experts, watch and learn at workshops, head off with instructors for a bit of a lesson and test all the latest gear too. And the day always ends with the famous tombola, hosted by organisers Ravanel Sports.

Chamonix Christmas Market - 16-30 December 2016
Wander amongst the lovely little wooden chalets dotted all around town and get yourself feeling festive. Sip a spiced tea or a mulled wine, watch the parades, buy some yummy food and pick some lovely presents. All this (including polar bears in big baubles?!) in the big build up to Christmas in Chamonix.

Swatch Freeride World Tour - 28 January 2017
This is the 10th anniversary year of the prestigious FWT and this year Chamonix is the first of five stops for the off-piste extreme skiing and boarding junket. Held at Flegere or Brevent, you can watch the action live on the big screen in Place Balmat, where there are stalls, giveaways and events too.

These events always attract a huge influx of people in Chamonix during these peak weeks, so our advice is to book up your flights, accommodation and airport transfers as early as you can. Getting to and from Chamonix couldn't be easier as we run services between Geneva Airport and Chamonix daily in both directions.

Use the booking form and in the 'to' section you will see several options for Chamonix transfers, so just pick the most relevant area of Chamonix to ensure you get the right quote. And don't forget, we drop off and pick you up at your door!   

Chamonix Attractions

Breathtaking Views! 

There's plenty to keep you occupied and entertained in Chamonix whatever the time of year. Chamonix is home to Europe's highest mountains and is ideally located by the Italian and Swiss boarders. With so much to do and see it's guaranteed you will have a great time but we would definitely recommend adding the following to your 'must do' list:

Aiguille du Midi: Take the two-stage cable car to the viewing platform at an incredible 3842m, where you will get unparalleled views of Mont Blanc and 360° views of the French, Italian and Swiss Alps. Don't miss The Step Into The Void either!

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Montenvers Railway: Spectacular cog railway from Chamonix to Montenvers, above the Mer de Glace. Experience the heights and sights without the hard work

Le Panoramic: Restaurant at the top station of the Brévent cable car, with top class classic Savoyarde cuisine and a breathtaking view of the Mont Blanc Massif 

Grotte de la Mer de Glace: Carved every spring since 1946, the ‘ice cave’ takes three months to make and has in interior temperature of around -2 to -5 degrees Centigrade

Massage: All this mountain activity can take it out of you! A good sports massage will help reset your muscles and get you ready for action!

Chamonix Golf Course: Enjoy 18 holes on this challenging golf course with stunning views, or practice your swing and aim at the driving range, open until 19:00 each day in the summer months in Les Praz

And remember, when you book your Geneva Airport transfer, we will take you to wherever you want to go in Chamonix, so if you want to go straight for a round of golf, or be dropped off in time for apres-ski at the Lapin Agile, it's no problem!

For more information on Chamonix, see Wikipedia

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Chamonix Office

Our office is open every day. We are located right in the centre of town, just behind Hotel Alpina. 

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Chamonix Destination Guide

Europe's Highest Mountain

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan towns in the French Alps.

Since the growth of tourism in the early 19th century, visitors have flocked to the resort of Chamonix in their millions, drawn by the breathtaking scenery which surrounds the valley and the myriad of activities which take place in, on and around it.

If you’re an active type, almost every conceivable outdoor pursuit can be experienced around Chamonix – from skiing and ice climbing, to paragliding and mountain biking.

Brave participants can enjoy the thrill of climbing up, sliding down, or jumping off Mont Blanc (at 4810m it’s Europe’s highest mountain), or perhaps the less lofty Le Brévent range, or the Aiguilles Rouges; all within easy reach from Chamonix town itself and just an hour's transfer from Geneva Airport.

Geneva Airport to Chamonix where you can enjoy one of hundreds of Chamonixs hikes.

Those with more sedate tastes can sample picturesque hiking and snowshoe trails.  The cable cars and cog railways that traverse the entire Mont Blanc Massif strewn with captivating viewpoints lead to many mountain restaurants which can be found dotted around the pistes of the Chamonix Valley.

If all that sounds too much like hard work, Chamonix town itself has plenty to occupy the visitor: super cool art deco hotels, quaint alpine farms and charming baroque churches provide the backdrop to the bustling centre and punctuate a sea of cafes, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Soak up the culture in the Alpine Museum, lose yourself in the shops and boutiques, or soothe away aches and pains in the swimming pool and hotel spas.

Chamonix swimming pools and hotel spas with view of Mont-Blanc

News, views and what's new in Chamonix 

Last spring saw lots of changes around the Chamonix train station and avenue Michel Croz, as the area was ‘semi-pedestrianised’. After a summer basking in the sunshine of the newly created terraces for the bars and eateries in this area, work continues again this autumn on the next phase.

Place Poilu (where the Ginabelle residence is) gets a face-lift, as does rue de la Tour, which is the little one-way section of road from the Casino, past the Telecabine restaurant and McDonalds. It should all be ready for the forthcoming winter.

The entire Mont Blanc Express railway line from St Gervais through the Chamonix Valley to Chatelard just over the border in Switzerland is being upgraded to be able to run more trains on the line at once. Works run until 11th December 2016 and there are replacement buses running to a reduced timetable.

It’s all change at the ice rink too, as the Chamonix Mont Blanc Chamois ice-hockey team has merged with (arch rivals!) Morzine to become the Chamonix-Moraine Pionniers. Home games will be divided between both resorts and with more matches scheduled for the Ligue Magnus than before, they say they’ll be plenty of opportunity to watch the team play in Cham.

If, like us, you can’t wait for the winter season to start, let us whet your appetite by telling you what’s new on the mountain this season. Those metal stairs leading from the top of the Grands Montets cable car onto the mountain have been replaced. They’ve also been moved slightly to avoid everyone having to walk right through the middle of the terrace of the little cafe/bar up there.

Over in Brevent the ‘magic carpet’ chairlift that was always a bit of a bottleneck has been replaced with a fancy new six seater chair. It’s moved further over to skier’s left and will start from just next to Les Sources lift, crossing over the existing Cornu lift. At the top it’ll arrive pretty much in the same place. The 2000 draggie is being replaced and the Stade one will go.

And finally, one for all you mountaineer types out there; Le Buet has a new orientation table perched right on the summit at 3096,45m. Known as ‘Mont Blanc des Dames’ to the locals, an inauguration ceremony took place at the top of the mountain in September, complete with a brass band playing, a picnic and drinks. Only in France!

So now the winter season 2016/2017 is on its way in Chamonix, it's time to think about getting your skiing and snowboarding time sorted. Put your holiday form in to the boss, book your flights, reserve your accommodation and get those Mountain Drop-offs transfers in the bag before the lifts open for the winter! Use the online booking form on this page to get a quote, or book your transfers in just a few simple steps.


 

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