Courchevel Ski Transfers
What type of ski transfer do I need to get to Courchevel?
The Three Valleys in France are one of the most sought after ski holiday destinations across the European Alps. It offers exceptional ski terrain, stunning views of some of the Alps most beautiful peaks with the small matter of having the largest ski terrain in Europe with just over 600 kilometres of pistes to explore. Of all the resorts in the Three Valleys, Courchevel has the highest level of luxury and is widely known for its glamour and star appeal having hosted celebrities including the members of the British royal family on a number of occasions. Split up into 4 different villages each linked up with shuttle buses, the villages of Courchevel each offer splendid accommodation and non-ski entertainment.
With no direct train connections or direct flights to Courchevel and the Three Valleys, transfers offer the best possible connections to Courchevel 1850 if you are not driving yourself. At Erna Low, we have established trusted and long standing relationships with ski transfer companies that specialise in ferrying skiers to the Courchevel. All our ski transfer partners offer a high level of professionalism and expertise, ensuring a smooth and safe journey from the pickup to arrival at the resort. Whilst some may think their holiday starts upon arrival at the accommodation at Courchevel, we strongly believe that your holiday begins the moment you leave your home and at Erna Low we strive to ensure that your journey to the Alps is as stress free and enjoyable as possible. We have a number of transfer options available to select from. If you would like to travel in private and within your family or friends bubble, you can request a private transfer. This transfer allocates a vehicle to you and your travel group alone. There are other options available including shared transfers where you can share a vehicle with other skiers arriving at your airport terminal. These options are currently available but may be subject to changes. For all other information on transfers types or special requests, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our friendly team is always happy to assist in providing further details.
What airports can I transfer from to get to Courchevel?
At Erna Low, we are able to arrange a transfer to Courchevel and the Three Valleys from just about anywhere in the region; however, there are four airports closest to Courchevel which are the easiest and most convenient to arrange a transfer from. These are Chambéry Aix-les-Bains Airport ( otherwise more commonly referred to as Chambery airport), Lyon airport, officially recognised as the Saint-Exupéry airport, Genève International Airport and the Grenoble Alpes Isère airport. Courchevel is only 1 hour and 30 minutes drive from Chambery Airport, making it the closest in proximity however, with few international connecting flights and arrivals, Lyon airport located 2 hours away from Courchevel may be the preferred option if you are flying in from overseas. If you are planning on booking a shared transfer, there may be fewer waiting times at the Lyon airport due to the flight frequencies and the likelihood of skiers on the shared transfer arriving sooner. Geneva and Grenoble airports are located further away from Courchevel; however, as earlier mentioned, transfers to most airports across the country can be arranged. For example, a Geneva to Courchevel transfer can also be arranged as Geneva International airport has vast international connections.
How much do you charge for transfers to and from Courchevel?
Our transfer prices are competitively set to ensure that all our customers receive the very best value for money on their transfer to Courchevel. We partner with some of the best and most trusted transfer companies in the Alps with years of experience in delivering professional and safe trips to the Three Valleys and other parts of the Alps. The prices of the transfers to Courchevel are dependent on a number of factors including the arrival airport ( or train terminal) and its proximity to Courchevel. The prices will also depend on the type of transfer selected and the number of individuals being transferred as this may influence the number of vehicles needed or the size of the vehicle. In addition, the mode of transfer to Courchevel may differ. For example, a private transfer is likely to cost more than a shared transfer to Courchevel. You will be able to see all transfer prices to Courchevel on the ski transfer page. Should you wish to find out more and get specific quotes, please contact us directly.
Why should I book a transfer to Courchevel directly with Erna Low?
If you are planning your ski holiday trip to Courchevel with Erna Low, we will strongly recommend booking your ski holiday transfer with us as well as part of your ski holiday package booking. The pro’s and advantages of booking your ski transfer with us at Erna Low outweigh the cons by far. Visiting the Alps on a long-awaited ski holiday is always the one thing that ski enthusiasts and holidaymakers look forward to all year but if not properly planned and prepared for, the journey to the resort can quite possibly be a difficult and unpleasant experience. Though stunning and amazing to look at, the Alps and the surrounding areas along with the weather can be treacherous to navigate. You may be travelling with your family and young children or visiting as part of a group of friends; which is never ideal when each member of the family or the travelling group has their own individual preferences, walk paces and toilet times and as such planning, public transportation with a large group of people visiting from abroad may not be the wisest choice if you want to have a smooth transfer. Book your visit with Erna Low and enjoy a smooth connection from the airport or train terminal to Courchevel in a timely and stress-free manner. Avoid checking train or bus connections to Courchevel from the airport as your Erna Low transfer will be ready and waiting for you upon your arrival. All that is left to do is relax and enjoy the lovely views as you make your way up to the Three Valleys.