Le Val Thorens Access - Le Val Thorens

  • Paysage Montagne Hiver

Map & Directions

By car

From Geneva (154 km): A41 towards Annecy-Chambéry then A43 towards Turin-Milan. Cross Albertville and continue via N90. Exit 40 - Saint Martin de Belleville. Continue via D117 towards Val Thorens.

From Lyon (220 km): A43 towards Albertville. Cross Albertville and continue via N90. Exit 40 - Saint Martin de Belleville. Continue via D117 towards Val Thorens.

From Paris (680 km): From Paris, A6 to Lyon. Follow Geneva/Grenoble on A46 then A432. Take A43 towards Turin-Milan/Grenoble. From Chambéry, take the Tunnel de Fréjus on N201. Continue via A43 towards Turin-Milan. Cross Albertville and continue via N90. Exit 40 - Saint Martin de Belleville. Continue via D117 towards Val Thorens.

On arrival in Val Thorens, drive up to the church in the centre of the resort. To reserve a parking space, contact our reservation service or visit the Valthoparc website.

Check Savoie Route for information on driving conditions.

MAP

By plane

Aéroport International de Genève (158 km).

Aéroport International de Lyon Saint-Exupéry (198 km).

Aéroport de Chambéry-Savoie (121 km).

Transfer to Val Thorens by bus (Altibus) or taxi. Transfer is also possible by train to Moûtiers-Salins (SNCF) then bus, taxi or hire car to Val Thorens.

By train

The nearest SNCF train station is Gare de Moûtiers-salins (50min): Eurostar from London, TGV from Paris, Intercités train from Albertville and Chambéry.

Then bus or taxi transfer to Val Thorens. Hire cars are also available. Contact our teams for more information.

By helicopter

The resort has a heliport at the foot of the slopes. On arrival, passengers are welcomed in a spacious vintage Cime Caron cable car.