Val Thorens

Val Thorens

SlopeStyle private luxury airport transfers to Val Thorens.

Located at an altitude of 2300 in the Savoie region of the Tarentaise Valley, French Alps, it is the highest ski resort in Europe. It was purpose built as a ski resort and first developed in 1960’s after the development of near by resort, Les Menuires.

Val Thorens is situated in the commune of Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, part of the Savoie département. It is one of Les 3 Vallées linked ski domain offering 600km of pistes.

The first drag lifts were installed in 1971 and in 1972 the first ski school opened. With its ideal location close to the Glacier de Péclet, there is frequently heavy snow fall which means the resort can be open from mid-November through to early May.

The access road from Les Menuires was extended up to Val Thorens in 1969 to allow the development of the highest resort in Europe.

Although one of the furthest resorts from the regional airports, it is provided with effective transport links, including a rail/road link thanks to the TGV station at Moutiers.

Val Thorens is:

38km from Moutiers (45 min)

122km from Chambéry airport transfer (1h45m)

154km from Genève airport transfer (2h45m)

200km from Lyon airport transfer (3h)

202km from Grenoble airport transfer (3h)

There is a free navette or shuttle bus that runs around the village.

The resort has 31 lifts, includes magic carpets, chairlifts, gondolas, funitels and cable cars. The nearest airports are Chambéry, Geneva and Lyon. With airport transfer times of 2 hours, 2 h 45 min, and 3 h 15 min respectively.  The resort offers a variety of pistes with renowned off pistes areas and some challenging red and bald runs. Val Thorens is connected with the nearby resorts of Les Menuires and Saint-Martin-de-Belleville.  The 3 Valley ski domain connects Val Thorens with the resorts of Courchevel and Meribel.

So travel to Val Thorens in comfort, style and luxury with SlopeStyle Luxury Airport Transfers. 

Book a transfer to or from this destination!

Book Now