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La Clusaz Aravis could be described as the picture postcard mountain time of anyone’s dreams, but when it comes to skiing it’s no shrinking violet. That’s why we’ve put together this concise guide highlighting everything you need to know about how to get in and out of this gorgeous corner of France without getting stranded with the usual annual tourist herds. Whether you’re looking to book an organised La Clusaz Aravis airport transfer or go your own way, we’ve got all the tips and advice you need to make sure you don’t waste your trip on the roads or rails.
As far as Savoyard villages go, there really aren’t many that come close to La Clusaz Aravis when it comes to sheer beauty. The way a super-elite ski resort is melded with an old-world mountain village is just incredible and you can be assured of the best of times both on and off the pistes. 132km of runs provide so many opportunities for families, first-timers and daredevil pros alike. The local public transport system is also one of the best in Europe. And check this out – there’s even a weekly welcome evening put on by the locals for visitors to the town, where you can sample the local fare and find out what true hospitality feels like!
The closest airport to La Clusaz Aravis is Geneva, which is of course great news for anyone on the lookout for cheap and plentiful connections across Europe. From Geneva Airport, you’re looking at a transfer time of less than an hour which makes La Clusaz Aravis an amazing destination for even the shortest ski retreats. Other than Geneva though there’s at least half a dozen more options around the area, which include Grenoble and Chambery at less than two-hour transfer time each. La Clusaz Aravis can be a very cheap resort to get to if you play your cards right with budget airlines and cheap airport transfers.
Getting into La Clusaz Aravis from any of the local airports is made easy by regular resort transfer services, but times can vary quite massively depending on the time of year you visit. As such, always be sure to leave plenty of spare time when looking to make flights or any other transport connection. The following applies to coach transfers on dry days:
The ski bus from Geneva to La Clusaz has a reputation for being a bit on the unreliable side and doesn’t always run at the best times. However, the only other option in terms of regular public transport links is to hop on a train to Annecy and from there get the bus onward to La Clusaz.
On the whole, the best way into and out of the resort is by way of a booked and guaranteed resort transfer service directly from the airport. The time and hassle you’ll save will be worth the ticket-price on their own!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php