Alpe d’Huez Airport Transfers
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Geneva to Alpe d’Huez Transfer
Book your Geneva to Alpe d’Huez transfer today, and also from a range of other airports for the best prices! The most popular airports to fly into to reach Alpe d’Huez are Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery. We offer the best value airport transfers from Geneva to Alpe d’Huez, whatever your budget or group size!!
Transfers to Alpe d’Huez
Ski-Lifts offers award-winning transfer options to Alpe d’Huez and various other French ski resorts. Our service is known for its reliability, and our experienced drivers possess extensive local knowledge. We provide excellent value with private, luxury, and coach transfer options to Alpe d’Huez. Opting for an Alpe d’Huez transfer is the most efficient and convenient means to travel from the airport or train station to your ski resort, allowing you to maximize your time on the slopes.
Our transfers from Geneva Airport to Alpe d’Huez typically take approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. We also offer transfers from alternative airports such as Lyon Airport, Grenoble Airport, and Chambery Airport.
Alpe d’Huez private transfers are a preferred choice for many travellers, as you won’t be sharing the ride with others or waiting at the airport and your driver will be ready to greet you upon your arrival. This service provides a direct, door-to-door experience with no additional stops along the way. Furthermore, our transfers include all your baggage, including ski equipment, at no extra cost!
Alpe d’Huez Ski Resort: A Resort for Everyone
Alpe d’Huez is one of five resorts in the ski area. The area is serviced by 150 different ski lifts which can handle up to 95,000 skiers per hour and 304 different pistes. As the resort is based at 1500m it is usually possible to ski back to the resort when snowfall is good.
Alpe d’Huez boasts some of the longest skiing routes in the world, with a 16km descent being one of them. These routes are ideal for experienced skiers. However, beginners need not worry as the slopes closest to the resort are gentle and perfect for first-timers to use.
A Snowboarders Paradise
Alpe d’Huez is renowned for its snowboarding schools and centres, having previously hosted the World Snowboard Cup. There are many designated areas exclusively for snowboarding. You can enjoy dancing at the famous Folie Douce or try out the Freeride Café, where you can slide down to the restrooms. If you prefer a quieter stay, you can opt for a great-value apartment in the Bergers sector or a traditional hotel in the Vieil Alpe sector, the oldest and prettiest part of the town.
Top Travellers Tip for Alpe d’Huez
When the sun starts to dip below the peaks and most skiers are calling it a day, resist the urge to join the apres-ski scene immediately. Instead, gear up for the “La Sarenne” night descent.
Yep, you heard it right – a night descent under the stars. Grab your trusty headlamp, follow the twinkling lights of your fellow night owls, and prepare for an otherworldly experience. The crisp mountain air, the snow beneath your skis shimmering in the moonlight, and the vastness of the Alps unfolding around you. So, swap your apres-ski for a night on the slopes, and let the magic of Alpe d’Huez unfold in a whole new light – or should we say, moonlight!
Alpe d’Huez Ski Resort: The Facts!
Resort altitude: 1860m Highest point: 3300m Vertical drop: 1440m Pistes: 250km Green: 31% Blue: 28% Red: 25% Black: 16% Lifts: 85
Geneva to Alpe d’Huez Transfer Time
Geneva Airport to Alpe d’Huez transfer time is approx. 2hrs 30mins
Why choose an Alpe d’Huez transfer with Ski Lifts?
– Peace of mind that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
– Avoid the queues of waiting for an Alpe d’Huez taxi, unknown costs and availability.
– Convenience of having someone take you directly to your accommodation.
We provide 24/7 customer service for transfer-related enquiries, and our exclusive network is made up of only the best local and friendly experts for our transfer providers. From restaurant recommendations to discounted ski hire, local knowledge can really make the difference to your trip, and it’s something that Ski-Lifts really prides itself on.
Travelling with Ski Equipment is hassle-free if you’re planning on bringing your own skis! While not everyone travels with their own equipment, there are some who prefer to. Ski-Lifts include your baggage with your booking in the price, without charging you extra (as long as you tell us about the baggage in advance when you’re booking).
Book your ski transfers from Geneva to Alpe d’Huez today to secure the best prices!
Remember to use your loyalty points for a discount on your next transfer! Getting an Alpe d’Huez airport transfer could not be simpler with Ski-Lifts. You will have peace of mind that your driver will be waiting for you the moment you step off the plane, ready to take you to Alpe d’Huez.
Lyon, Chambery, Grenoble and Geneva to Alpe d’Huez Transfer FAQs
Who is Alpe d’Huez suitable for?
Alpe d’Huez is part of the Grand Domaine Ski area with over 389km of pistes, so there are opportunities to ski at all levels. The area is busy, however serviced by 150 different ski lifts which can handle up to 95,000 skiers per hour. There are many ski schools and Alpe d’Huez has some of the longest individual skiing routes in the world including a 16km descent. Overall, this resort offers excellent facilities for children and a vibrant nightlife.
When is Alpe d’Huez open?
Early December to Late April. (Please note – dates are subject to change)
What is the distance to Alpe d’Huez?
Geneva to Alpe d’Huez, 208km
Grenoble to Alpe d’Huez, 65km
Chambery to Alpe d’Huez, 122km
Lyon to Alpe d’Huez, 172km