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The Léman Express – train travel to Chamonix!

The Léman Express is a new rail route that is connecting Geneva to the Alps. Before, the only option was to get a public or private bus or hire a car but you can now enjoy your whole route to Chamonix by the luxury of rail travel. Combining two countries and opening on 15th December 2019, line […]
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The CAY Complete Guide – Travel to Chamonix

Parts one and two of our complete guide to Chamonix have focused on summer and winter, both seasons being spectacular in their own right. Depending on when you come and whether your visiting in a big group, with kids, with lots of luggage or just yourself and hand luggage will influence your decision on your mode of […]
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Guide to Martigny day trip from Chamonix

Chamonix is located at a crossroads in the Alps, nestled in the corner of France between Italy and Switzerland. Thanks to this convenient location, there are many attractive destinations which are within easy reach for a day trip, including Courmayeur, Aosta and Turin in Italy, and Annecy. In winter, you can also enjoy ski away […]
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Getting to the lifts with Chamonix buses

Chamonix’s ski areas are spread out throughout the valley, offering a great choice of slopes for all abilities. These are easily accessible thanks to the efficient system of Chamonix buses which run throughout the valley. Buses are free with your ski pass or the guest card which your accommodation provider will give you on arrival. […]
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Virtues of travelling to Chamonix without your luggage

The run up to a holiday and travelling to Chamonix can be a stressful time. Desperately trying to complete all work deadlines in an attempt to be email-free for a week; buying all the gear you need … and then some; dealing with a spectrum of logistics from booking ski lessons in resort to sorting that […]
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Driving to Chamonix in snow

Tips for safe driving in Chamonix valley when it snows

Chamonix is a mecca for extreme sports all year round, meaning that many of our guests travel with lots of kit and choose driving in Chamonix over arriving by public transport, so that they can pack the car to the rafters. We have therefore asked Marcus from our transfer team to give his best advice and […]
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