Peisey Vallandry – Chambéry

Chambéry airport is the smallest but closest international airport to the Tarentaise valley. Transfer time from Chambéry to Peisey Vallandry is around 1 hour 45 minutes so expect to leave resort around 4 hours before your flight for the return leg on a busy Saturday.

To book an airport transfer from Chambéry to Peisey Vallandry simply use the quick quote form on the right of the page to get a quote and then request a transfer. Please contact our office if you have any questions about booking or traveling with Mountain Rescue Transfers.

Mountain Rescue transfers is based close to Peisey Vallandry in Peisey Nancroix so this is a very local job for us. All of our transfers are operated in Volkswagen Caravelle 8 seater minibuses and driven by one of our professional and friendly English speaking drivers. 

Journey Distance

119 km

Estimated Travel Time

1h 45m

Getting to Peisey Vallandry

Chambéry Airport is the closest of all the international airports in the area. The airport relatively small and you are usually through to the baggage area pretty quick. Our driver will be waiting for you with a sign with your name on and once you have met you will be off on route to your ski chalet.

The route from Chambéry to Albertville is all toll roads so its a pretty straight stretch of road until your at Albertville, home of the 1992 winter Olympics.

From Albertville you carry on the N90 to La Bathie then Moûtiers. After Moûtiers (the access to the 3 valleys) you continue onwards towards Bourg Sainte Maurice. About 7 km before Bourg to turn off the main road and head up the windy road for Peisey Nancroix and the up to Vallandry. 

Mountain Rescue recommends you land in Geneva early morning if traveling on a Saturday. This will help you avoid any traffic build up that usually occurs closer to resort later in the day. Departure time from any part of the Peisey Vallandry area to Chambéry airport will normally be around 4h 30 min before your flight time. This is subject to change on certain occasions.




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