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Geneva to Chamonix Airport Transfers

Ski-Lifts offer shared transfers from Geneva airport to Chamonix throughout the winter and summer seasons.

A Geneva to Chamonix transfer usually take around 1 hour 15 minutes, and can be as quick as an hour (traffic permitting).

When you book your transfer with Ski-Lifts you take all the hassle out of getting from Geneva Airport to Chamonix. We have a desk in Geneva Airport, so as soon as you arrive and you have collected your luggage you can head straight to our desk where you’ll be met by one of our representatives or your driver. A couple of minutes after leaving the airport you’ll soon find yourself crossing the border into France. Chamonix is one of the smoothest journeys out of all the ski resorts in the Alps, mainly down to the reason that there’s a dual carriageway all the way from the airport to the town centre.

Ski-Lifts were one of the first companies to offer a shared transfer service from Geneva to Chamonix and have been running this service for a number of years. A shared transfer to Chamonix lets you book a seat on a minibus to Chamonix, rather than having to book an entire vehicle or a taxi.

Chamonix Airport Transfers

Ski Lifts provide Geneva to Chamonix airport transfers as well other routes such as ChamberyGrenobleLyon Airport and Lyon train station to Chamonix. We offer a wide range of airport transfers to suit all budgets, to Chamonix and many other ski resorts in France.

If you are alternatively travelling by train, you can view our airport transfers from train stations here. Ski Lifts provide transfers from Gare du Nord, Gare du Lyon, Geneva and many other stations.

Chamonix Ski Resort

Nestled amongst some of the highest mountain peaks in the Alps, including the famous Mont Blanc massif (4,810 metres), amazing views in the Chamonix Valley are never hard to come by. Chamonix is definitely a must visit. Find out more about what you can do in Chamonix year-round here.

Chamonix is one of the most popular ski resorts in the Alps & it’s not hard to see why. The town is beautiful and vibrant, and the skiing is out of this world. Visitors from all around the world flock to Chamonix in their millions. The skiing, the breath-taking scenery and the host of activities that you can partake in and around the town are what keeps people coming back year after year, as well as attracting huge amounts of new visitors.

There is never a dull moment in Chamonix, trust us. Check out key dates for events and festivals in Chamonix here.

Chamonix Ski Resort Facts: Resort altitude: 1040m Highest point: 3840m Vertical drop: 2800m Downhill: 152km Pistes: 69 Lifts: 49

Airport Transfer Times to Chamonix

Geneva Airport to Chamonix transfer time is approx. 1hr 15mins
Chambery Airport to Chamonix transfer time is approx. 1hr 30mins
Lyon Airport to Chamonix transfer time is approx. 2hrs

Which resorts are closest to Chamonix?

Chamonix to Les Houches transfer time is approx. 10mins
Chamonix to Argentiere transfer time is approx. 15mins
Chamonix to Le Tour transfer time is approx. 20mins
Chamonix to Brévent is approx. 22mins by cable car
Chamonix to Grands Montets transfer time is approx. 25mins
Chamonix to Courmayeur transfer time is approx. 1hr

Which airport is nearest to Chamonix?

Geneva Airport is the nearest airport just 101km away from Chamonix
Chambery Airport is 145km away from Chamonix
Grenoble Airport is 224km away from Chamonix
Lyon Airport is 220km away from Chamonix

Airport transfers, loved by customers.

Airport transfer types to suit all budgets

shared-transfer

Shared

Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.

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One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.

scheduled-transfer

Scheduled

Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you’re required to book a service that works for your flight times.

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Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.

private-transfer

Private

Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.

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No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.

coach-transfer

Coach

Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.

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Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.

executive-transfer

Exec & Limousine

Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.

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Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.

Geneva to Chamonix Transfers FAQ

How far away are the nearest airports to Chamonix?

Geneva Airport is closest, and just 101km away from Chamonix
Chambery Airport is 145km away from Chamonix
Grenoble Airport is 224km away from Chamonix
Lyon Airport is 220km away from Chamonix

Who is Chamonix suitable for?

One of the oldest and most established ski areas in the world, the Chamonix Valley offers a massive amount of choice for skiers and non-skiers alike. This is a resort that year after year attracts an avalanche of ambitious skiers, but don’t let that scare you if you’re not yet an expert skier. Chamonix also presents you with runs for the less experienced. From beginners to the most experienced of skiers – Chamonix has you covered.
L’Aiguille du Midi is a fabulous region with a 22km off-piste descent that goes through the La Vallée Blanche. Regardless of your experience as a skier, bring a guide along with you.

What else is there to do in Chamonix?

Perhaps the most thrill-seeking activity is climbing up Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc, which stands at a lofty 4810m. Choose to climb up, slide down or even jump off Mont Blanc. Also, take your pick from ice climbing, mountain biking, hiking and much more! There is never a dull moment in Chamonix, trust us. Check out key dates for events and festivals in Chamonix here. Last but not least, you should visit Le Brévent, where the first real ski lift was introduced.

Is Chamonix a romantic resort?

Nestled amongst some of the highest mountain peaks in the Alps, including the famous Mont Blanc massif (4,810 metres), amazing views in the Chamonix Valley are never hard to come by. For couples, Chamonix is perfect, with a genuinely impressive array of restaurants to choose from. Chamonix has retained much of its character and charm and has excellent facilities for shopping, eating-out and après-ski so there is something for everyone.

Is Chamoniz suitable for families?

Chamonix is arguably the worlds most famous ski resort so has an abundance of choice in places to stay, to eat and to learn to ski. Chamonix offers moderately priced hotels, apartments and other dormitory-style accommodations as well as luxury and class in many of its 4-star hotels and high-end chalets. For those learning to ski Chamonix Valley has four ESF ski-schools spread around four different sections: Chamonix, Argentiere, Vallorcine and Les Houches. Chamonix also has an abundance of restaurants, shopping and apres ski at various price points to suit any travel group.

How long does it take to transfer from Geneva to Chamonix?

For those choosing to fly in to Geneva, the Geneva Airport to Chamonix transfer usually takes around 1 hour 15 minutes.