Ben’s Bus sells tickets for the official Alpe d’Huez airport ski transfers out of Grenoble St Geoirs International Airport (GNB). We have shared buses every day there is a flight into Grenoble Airport. No other transport company operates such a reliable, fast, frequent and cheap service. Provided you are on a scheduled flight into Grenoble Airport, on easyJet, Monarch, Flybe, Ryanair or any other scheduled airline and you need to get to Alpe d’Huez, we will have a shared ski transfer bus for you. We do not run transfers from any other Airport to Alpe d’Huez – See below for further information.
ALPE D’HUEZ AIRPORT SKI TRANSFERS DATES AND BUS TIMES
For the 2016 / 2017 winter ski season, our Alpe d’Huez airport ski transfers operate between the 10th December 2016 and the 16th April 2017. We have 8 buses a day most Saturdays, meaning the maximum wait time at the airport is 1 hour 30 minutes, often much less. Click on the Book Now button to the right, select your route, dates and the number of passengers in your group and the next pages will show you a list of the times of our buses. More detailed information can be found on the Grenoble Airport to Alpe d’Huez page of our website.
GRENOBLE AIRPORT TO ALPE D’HUEZ JOURNEY TIMES AND PRICES
Our prices are £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. Our buses take the Motorway (A48) to Grenoble and then the N85 and D1901 to Alpe d’Huez. Our drivers are local to the area so they know all the short cuts to take, especially during the busy, school holiday period. The transfer time from Grenoble Airport to Alpe d’Huez is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes in good driving conditions. Click this link to get an Instant Quote or Book Now and all the discounts will be applied automatically
BEN’S BUS SERVICE
All vehicles used by us are fully insured, licensed and registered in France and they all conform to the highest French transport safety standards. We believe your journey should be as easy and as safe as possible and we constantly strive to achieve this. Ben’s Bus Managers will greet you at the airport on week-ends and give you all the information you may need to help your journey go as smoothly as possible. Our reps in the resort on Saturdays will ensure you get on the bus and will try to call you if you’re missing. We have arranged a bag storage facility with Smithy’s Tavern. More details can be found on our Baggage Store page
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!
The SATA website has a great map of the Alpe d’Huez ski area so you can explore the area before you get out there. It also has some great quality Alpe d’Huez webcams. For an accurate weather forecast, try Snowforecast.
TRAINS AND OTHER AIRPORTS TO ALPE D’HUEZ
The bus service from Grenoble train station is run by a local bus company and you can find more details about this at the Transaltitude website. Ben’s Bus does not operate Les 2 Alpes transfers from Chambery, Lyon or Geneva Airports so you may wish to consider changing your flight so you arrive into Grenoble Airport as the transport options from those airports are much more expensive and time consuming than using Ben’s Bus. Click here to see a list of airlines that fly into Grenoble Airport. If you cannot change your flight, we would recommend a local private transfer company called Actibus or visit the Alpe d’Huez Tourist Office website or click on your airport above to see what advice they can offer.