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Vaujany Grandes Rousses has a rather unusual source of income, but luckily for those with a passion for pistes much or all of the town’s cash is invested right back into the world-class ski facilities. As a hugely popular place with a growing reputation, it’s of crucial importance to know the tried and tested routes in and out of town to maximise your time on the slopes. We have put together the following guide to help you do exactly that – we can get you into and out of Vaujany Grandes Rousses faster, easier and cheaper than anyone else. So whether looking to spend a week, a month or even just a day or two in Vaujany Grandes Rousses, read on for all the answers!
The town’s dam helps bring the necessary funds in to keep the whole place growing and developing into a force to be reckoned with. As far as pistes are concerned, there’s certainly no shortage with a full 46km to choose from and plenty that go right up and over the 3,000 metre threshold. The resort also boasts what’s said to be the biggest cable car in the world and is reputed to offer some truly world-class boarding opportunities. And as far as pure, raw and unspoiled natural beauty goes, all boxes ticked and then some!
You can easily spend just a weekend or a few days in Vaujany Grandes Rousses as there are plenty of airports that can be reached in a fairly short drive. The best airports to head to if time isn’t on your side are Grenoble and Chambery, which at the best of times can see you on the slopes in just over an hour. If not, there are still plenty to choose from like Lyon and Geneva that will get you there in about two hours…maybe a little more. Don’t forget though that the more airports you factor into your search, the better your chances of finding a real bargain.
When looking to take even the most reliable ski resort transfer or airport transfer services, you have to bear in mind that no driver has any control or influence over the weather! As such, don’t ever cut your journeys and times by a fine line if you have connections to make – always err on the side of caution and allow plenty of extra time.
You’ll probably find plenty of public transport services running from Chambery and Grenoble toward the Vaujany Grandes Rousses area, but always beware that taking transfers into your own hands can be long-winded and expensive to say the least. For the very best prices and the fastest transfers to and from all airports around Vaujany Grandes Rousses, we also recommend booking your seat in advance with a direct door-to-door resort transfer service and arriving refreshed.