Our Alpe d’Huez airport transfers connect with all scheduled flights from Grenoble Airport, every day of the ski season. No other transfer company operates such a frequent and cheap shared shuttle service as Ben’s Bus. See below for advice on ski transfers to Alpe d’Huez from Geneva Airport, Lyon Airport and Chambery Airport.
ALPE D’HUEZ AIRPORT TRANSFER PRICES
A transfer from Grenoble Airport to Alpe d’Huez with Ben’s Bus cost just £27pp Single & £46.80pp Return. However, our group discounts mean you could pay as little as £40.95pp for a Return! Plus, we give children a 10% discount. For a full list of prices, check out our Cheap Ski Transfers page. Alternatively, put your transfer requirements into our Instant Quote Form and all the discounts will be applied automatically.
AIRPORT TRANSFERS TO ALPE D’HUEZ DATES AND BUS TIMES
For the 2016 / 2017 winter ski season, our Grenoble Airport to Alpe d’Huez ski transfers operate between the 10th December 2016 and the 16th April 2017. Provided you are on a scheduled flight into Grenoble Airport, such as with easyJet, Monarch, Jet 2 or Ryanair, we will have a shared ski transfer to Alpe d’Huez for you. We have 8 buses a day most Saturdays. The maximum wait time at the airport is 1 hour 30 minutes, often much less. Use our Online Booking Form to get a quote and the proceeding booking pages will then show our bus times.
CLOSEST AIRPORT FOR TRANSFERS TO ALPE D’HUEZ
Grenoble Airport is the closest airport to Alpe d’Huez with the shortest transfer time. Of course it depends on the traffic and weather but the transfer usually takes about 1 hour 45 minutes. We allow extra time for the journey when we know travelling conditions may be difficult, such as during the French school holidays. Ben’s Bus does not operate Alpe d’Huez transfers from Chambery Airport, Lyon Airport or Geneva Airport. This is because Grenoble Airport is so perfect for Alpe d’Huez and there are many airlines that fly there from many destinations.
– Geneva Airport (GVA) is 214 km from Alpe d’Huez. The transfer time is about 3 hours. A Private transfer costs about £400 for up to 4 people. Public Transport would be costly, time consuming and complicated. Get directions from Geneva Airport to Alpe d’Huez.
– Lyon Airport (LYS) is 155 km from Alpe d’Huez. The transfer time is about 2 hours 15 mins. A Private transfer costs about £300 for up to 4 people. Public Transport by bus involves a change at Grenoble. Get directions from Lyon Airport to Alpe d’Huez.
– Chambery Airport (CMF) is 130 km from Alpe d’Huez. The transfer time is about 2 hours. A Private transfer costs about £280 for up to 4 people. Public Transport would be time consuming and complicated. Get directions from Chambery Airport to Alpe d’Huez.
WHERE ARE THE BUS STOPS IN ALPE D’HUEZ?
We have 4 bus stops in Alpe d’Huez, conveniently located around the resort, close to the main accommodation centres. These stops can be seen on the map below. For more detailed information, visit our Grenoble Airport to Alpe d’Huez page and expand the section “BUS STOP LOCATION“. This map and a description of the bus stops are on the eTicket that we send you when you book with us.
ALPE D’HUEZ SKI RESORT
Alpe d’Huez is a well rounded resort situated in the Southern French Alps area of Oisans, in the departement of Isere. It has a wide range of different levels of hotels and accommodations and has many bars, clubs and restaurants. It is therefore well suited to families, couples and young people alike. During the school holidays, it can get very busy, as with most ski resorts. It has all the amenities you would expect from a large French ski resort and it’s very popular with the British. The 48 ski lifts cover 250km of marked ski runs, with 16 blacks, 40 reds, 34 blues, 43 greens, and the longest black run in the world – the 16km Sarenne. The ski area is suitable for all types of skiers, from beginners to advanced to the off piste powder monkeys!
ALPE D’HUEZ TRANSPORT, TOURISM & WEATHER INFORMATION
We believe we offer the cheapest Alpe d’Huez Airport Ski Transfers.
Weather Forecasts: Try the Meteo France for Alpe d’Huez website.
Snow Reports: The Alpe d’Huez Snow-forecast website seems well trusted by skiers.
Live Webcams: Check out the excellent Alpe d’Huez webcams.
Baggage Storage: Smithy’s Tavern can hold your bags for you on Saturdays. More details can be found on our Baggage Store page.
Car Hire: Remember to add on the cost of snow chains, petrol, tolls, parking in resort and the insurance excess.
Traffic Reports: For up to date information on the roads around Val Thorens, check out the French government website Bison Fute