Seasonal ski services on French trains to the Alps have been released as of 17 October 2019, for travel between 6 January and 8 March 2020.
Get in quick, as keen skiers jump on these French tickets with black run-like speed. We have also sent a newsletter reminder, as with all ongoing promotions and ticket releases, so do sign up if you would like regular updates. If you are looking for tickets to the French Alps earlier than this, for a white Christmas for example, these were released 3 October 2019.
From 17 October you can book trains to the likes of Moutiers (ski resorts Courchevel, Meribel, Val thorens, Les Menuires); Aime-la-Plagne (for La Plagne resort); and Bourg-St-Maurice (ski resorts of the Tarentaise Valley, including Les Arcs, Tignes and Val d’Isère). Other top train stations for access to the Alps include Chamonix, Grenoble, and Modane. Note that Eurostar’s ski trains from London direct to the Alps are already open for booking. For more information on other ski resorts accessible by train in Europe, see here.
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