Travelling to Champoluc

When it comes to travelling to Champoluc, we know that flexibility is important for you so we don’t include it in our holiday packages. This means that you choose where you depart from, what mode suits you best and when you arrive. We do include return airport transfers in our prices and we have a wealth of knowledge about getting to the resort by air, road and rail to share with you.

By Air

We don’t put any restrictions on the day and time you can arrive if you fly. All you have to do is ask us to reserve the hotel you would like before you book your flights. Once you’ve booked your flights, tell us and we’ll arrange your transfers.

When you arrive at your chosen airport, your private transfer will be waiting for you ready to whisk you off to Champoluc for the start of an unforgettable holiday. If there are other Ski 2 customers on your flights, we may arrange a shared transfer, but in most cases your transfer will be private.

We always aim to pick you up in one of our Ski 2 vehicles driven by our staff, but if this isn’t possible then we have fantastic relationships with local, reputable taxi companies who will be waiting for you on your arrival. Whatever the vehicle, one of our helpful staff will meet you in the Arrivals Hall to make sure that your transfer to the resort is quick and hassle free.

If you want to fly in and out of different airports, then we’re more than happy to arrange transfers for this too.

Problems with flights?

Whilst our clients very seldom have issues with flights being cancelled or postponed, rest assured that we will work with you to amend your transfer / holiday arrangements if you do you issues. If your flight was cancelled or postponed then you may be able to claim compensation. Click here to see the Which ‘Flight Delay and Cancellation Calculator’ to work out what you might be able to claim.

Travelling to Champoluc by car

Driving to the resort is one of the best ways to take in the breathtaking landscape. It’s an easy 12-hour drive from the French ports to Champoluc, with travellers either using the Channel Tunnel or a cross-channel ferry. The majority of the route is on motorways, but with the last couple of hours winding up and through the mountains you’ll enjoy the stunning scenery as you begin your holiday. The quickest route is through the Mont Blanc tunnel, via the outskirts of Geneva. To make a real trip of it, we suggest a stop en-route overnight in France.

  • We offer discounts on our usual prices if you’re driving – contact us to find out more
  • The tolls are around 120 euros each way and the cost of the Mont Blanc tunnel for a car is 60 euros return, valid for two weeks
  • If you’re not able to arrive on a Sunday to stay for 7 nights (our usual timeline) then please contact us and we’ll be happy to look at other options for you.
  • Route Information

    Driving directions from Calais to Champoluc

    From Calais docks, follow A26 – ‘Dir Paris/Reims’

    Take A26 south to Reims

    At Reims, take A4 east – ‘Dir Metz, Nancy, Troyes, Lyon’

    After 20 kms, take A26 south – ‘Dir Troyes, Lyon’

    At Troyes, take A5 east – ‘Dir Lyon, Dijon’

    After 70 kms, take A31 south – ‘Dir Dijon, Lyon’

    At Dijon take A39 south – ‘Dir Bourg-en-Bresse, Geneva’

    At Bourg-en-Bresse, take A40 east – ‘Dir Geneva’

    At Geneva, take A40 – ‘Dir Mont Blanc, Chamonix’

    At Chamonix, follow signs to ‘Mont Blanc Tunnel’

    1 km after tunnel exit take A5 – ‘Dir Aosta, Torino’

    At Aosta, take A5 motorway – heading towards Turin – ‘Dir Torino’

    After 15 minutes’ drive, take the exit for ‘Verres’

    After the toll booth, follow signs for ‘Val d’Ayas and Champoluc’

    Total distance from Calais to Champoluc is 930 kms.

Travelling to Champoluc by Rail

If you want to take in some sights en-route through France and and arrive by rail, then we’re very happy to collect you from either Turin (Torino Porta Nuova) or Milan (Centrale) station.

Travelling to Champoluc by coach

A lot of our regular groups love the comfort of travelling to Champoluc in a luxury coach. We can’t arrange this for individuals but we can if you’re a large group.

Most coaches have 49 seats, however we can arrange for up to 74 seaters. The journey from Calais to the resort takes under 13 hours. Leaving the UK on a Saturday mid-evening ferry means you arrive in Champoluc by Sunday lunchtime – leaving you plenty of time to enjoy the fantastic skiing as you get a full six days.

Coaches usually leave on a Saturday night after dinner to get you back to the UK by the Sunday morning.

All the coaches are comfortable with seat belts throughout, reclining seats, a drinks machine and a toilet/washroom.

You’ll have the same two drivers there and back who will stay in the resort and get to know your group, skiing during the day and often getting involved in evening activities.

Protecting the cost of your holiday

As an ABTA member, we offer all our clients the full financial protection of a bond that, in the event of our collapse, allows ABTA to offer you a refund on the monies you have paid to us (or to allow you to continue your holiday if you are away with us at that time). We do not hold an ATOL licence as we do not include flights in our holiday packages, but our ABTA bond covers all other aspects of your holiday. In the event of a change to your travel plans, our Booking Conditions apply, but we are not liable for any additional costs that you may book direct yourself as part of your holiday including airport hotels and flights.

Contact us

If you have any questions about travelling to Champoluc please get in touch – we’re here to help