Geneva to Val Thorens airport transfers
Geneva airport to Val Thorens transfers will take about 2 hours and 30 minutes. That, of course, is dependent on traffic and weather conditions or a combination of both.
Val Thorens is one of our most popular private transport routes and it is usually the first and last place we visit each winter, due to its snowy climate. Our drivers love Val Thorens as it has amazing views along the drive.
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The journey from Geneva to Val Thorens
Our transfer driver meets you in the Geneva airport arrivals area situated in terminal 1, the Swiss side of the airport.
We follow the A41 towards Annecy, then drive around the proximity of Lac d'Annecy (Annecy Lake). This is a very picturesque part of the journey, if you are lucky enough to be travelling in the day time. The mountains rise up from behind the lake as we drive, so you will start to feel that you are close to the Alps.
After Annecy we pass the city of Albertville on the motorway. Then the small town of Moûtiers.
Here we climb upwards for another 40 km, so you have plenty of time to get excited and enjoy the twists of this extraordinarily long mountain road.
Plan your journey from Geneva to Val Thorens
We recommend that Saturday travellers land at Geneva airport nice and early to avoid afternoon traffic closer to the mountains.
Supermarkets on the way to Val Thorens
Supermarket stops can and must be booked in advance - a great way to arrive prepared at your accommodation. Our favoured shop stop on route to Val Thoren in The Three Valleys is Carrefour at Moûtiers.
At Geneva airport
At Geneva airport, once you have disembarked your plane, you are directed from the Swiss side of the international airport and you head towards French border control. Usually there is no hold up here.
About Val Thorens
Val Thorens is one of the highest ski resorts in Europe so it can't be beaten for snow sure skiing, it’s the perfect spot for early and later season ski adventures.
Après ski in Val Thorens is exceptional, with plenty of live music on at the Saloon Bar. Head over to the highest British Pub in Europe - the Frog and Roast Beef for a pint or two.
Resorts close to Val Thorens
Val Thorens is part of The Three Valleys, a huge ski area. Connected to Méribel and the villages of Les Menuires & Reberty you shouldn't run out of ski time, nor restaurants.
However visiting another ski area for a day can't hurt.
La Plagne is only 1 hour 30 minutes from Val Thorens. Connected by a huge cable car across the valley, to Peisey-Vallandry and Les Arcs, this area is collectively known as Paradiski. And is well worth a visit.
Contact us if you need a transfer resort to resort.