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Les Orres was the dream and vision of one Emile Hodoul back in 1935 – you’ll be pleased to hear the resort’s transport and transfer links have come a long way since then! On this page you’ll find anything and everything you need to know to get yourself in and out of Les Orres in the shortest possible time and for the lowest price. We’ve covered all bases with an indispensable travel guide designed to highlight all of the best services and options at your disposal to make sure you’re never left high and dry. So if Les Orres sounds like the place for you, read on and find out how to get there!
The first lift in Les Orres started running in 1965 and since then the resort has become a cherished gem of the French Alps. There are a total of 29 pistes on offer now served by 25 lifts and the resort as a whole is blessed with truly enviable weather all throughout the season. The slopes right at the top offer guaranteed snow at all times and no matter what your level of skill is, you’ll find excellent runs to suit. And when it comes to R&R before and after your skiing sessions, you’ll find world-class dining, drinking and entertainment opportunities at every turn and the kinds of locals that make you never want to leave!
Getting into Les Orres takes a little bit longer than some of the other resorts around the French Alps, but it’s more than worth making the efforts. There are four major airports less than three hours from the centre of town, which are Grenoble, Chambery, Turin Caselle and Turn Cuneo. As such, there’s an abundance of budget seats offered all year round from Europe’s infamous budget airlines – just don’t expect your skis to travel for free with you! Hit up any of these major hubs and you’ll find plenty of Les Orres resort transfer services at your disposal – always book ahead for the best seats.
Please bear in mind that the following times relate to standard driving conditions where the roads are relatively safe and traffic is fluid. At peak times and in instances of poor weather, times can increase quite drastically!
If you can get yourself to Gap station then you can take a connecting bus service to Les Orres. In all honesty though, there’s really not much point in bearing the brunt of the extended journey time, connection and higher prices when there are so many organised airport transfer services to choose from.
We also suggest booking ahead to get yourself the best seats at the best prices – there’s no more convenient way to arrive!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php