Airport to Resort Swap

Winter 2019/20 Shared Ski Transfer Timetable Released

With the UK seeing changeable weather over the last weeks - from storms to sunshine - it’s easy to forget that it should be the hottest month of the year. We don’t mind too much though because we’re always thinking about December and the start of the new ski season.

For the past ten year Snowbus have provided thousands of skiers and snowboarders with low-cost and efficient shared transfers - and this winter will be no different. We’re proud that, along with our partners, we can provide a cheap way of travelling from Geneva and Grenoble airports to some of the best ski resorts in France.  

We’re always looking to refine our shared ski transfer timetables so that our passengers have the best possible experience. Using smaller vehicles when we can and making the timings more convenient for the busiest international flights are just a couple of ways we have improved our shared ski transfer service in the past.

This winter’s biggest adjustments are:

  • More buses operating on the busiest weekends to keep waiting times to a minimum for everyone
  • Two separate vehicles travelling from Tignes and Val d’Isere on departing transfers to make journey times lower
  • Early and late season shared transfers for high-altitude resorts
  • Transfers depart resort later in the day on Wednesdays and Fridays so you can grab a last morning on the slopes
  • The last bus on a Sunday now departs Geneva airport at 18:15 to accommodate late arrivals


So if you need a cheap shared ski transfer from Geneva or Grenoble airport to one of the following ski resorts you won’t need to look any further than

Courchevel, La Plagne, La Tania, Les Arcs, Meribel, Tignes, Val d’Isere, Val Thorens, Les Menuires, St Martin de Belleville, Les Allues


By Admin