Why not come skiing with us? It’s already time to start booking your winter holiday. We’re here to get you off to a whizzing start with some tips on inexpensive ski travel to the very best of France’s ski resorts. Here are our great deals!
OUIBUS offers a range of routes for your bus ski holidays, whether you’re off to the slopes as a family or with friends:
- More than 100 direct routes
- More than 50 routes with connections
- 24 serviced destinations
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO?
Skiing in France is incredibly popular, and it’s the number one country destination in Europe, with no fewer than 6 million visitors coming to its resorts each year. But where should YOU go? The French Alps or the Pyrenees? Here are our Top 5 best French ski resorts.
1 Val Thorens: the most popular ski resort. Its roughly 370 miles of ski slopes await you. Val Thorens is both one of the largest resorts in the world and one of the highest, with altitudes no lower than 7,500 ft. The resort is open from 26 November 2016 until 1 May 2017, and you can even go there during the Easter holidays! [...] find out more
2 Val d'Isère: Not far from Tignes, this resort is open until 1 May and will charm you with the diversity of its 76 slopes: most are blue (32) but there are 22 red runs available, too! Its highest point is at 11,338 ft., so there are plenty of opportunities to contemplate the views while you’re up there [...] find out more
3 Chamonix: This is one of the highest summits, at more than 13,000 ft. If you are into extreme sports, look no further. There are plenty of activities ranging from snowboarding to mountain climbing, not forgetting paragliding [...] find out more
4 Les Houches: this resort is in the Chamonix valley at an altitude of 3,280 ft., with ski slopes reaching over 6,200 ft. Prized for its family-oriented skiing, you’ll find 34 miles of slopes for all ages: 8 blue runs, 2 greens, 14 reds and 4 blacks [...] find out more
5 Méribel: From 10 December 2016 to 23 April 2017, you will get the chance to discover one of the many facets of the 3 Vallées ski resort. Passes are available for everyone: whether you’re skiing solo or as a couple, and whether you’re there for a short trip or the whole season [...] find out more
Here is a list of the various routes from major French cities serviced by our coaches to ski resorts.
- Bus Paris - Aime
- Bus Paris - Alpe d'Huez
- Bus Paris - Bourg-Saint-Maurice
- Bus Paris - Chambéry
- Bus Paris - Chamonix
- Bus Paris - Chamrousse
- Bus Paris - Combloux
- Bus Paris - Domancy
- Bus Paris - Les Contamines-Montjoie
- Bus Paris - Les Deux Alpes
- Bus Paris - Les Houches
- Bus Paris - Les Ménuires
- Bus Paris - Megève
- Bus Paris - Méribel
- Bus Paris - Moutiers
- Bus Paris - Praz-sur-Arly
- Bus Paris - Saint Gervais-Les-Bains
- Bus Paris - Val d'Isère
- Bus Paris - Val Thorens
- Bus Lyon - Aime
- Bus Lyon - Bourg-Saint-Maurice
- Bus Lyon – Chambéry
- Bus Lyon - Chamonix
- Bus Lyon - Chamrousse
- Bus Lyon - Combloux
- Bus Lyon – Domancy
- Bus Lyon - Les Houches
- Bus Lyon - Les Ménuires
- Bus Lyon - Megève
- Bus Lyon - Méribel
- Bus Lyon - Moutiers
- Bus Lyon - Praz-sur-Arly
- Bus Lyon - Saint-Gervais-les-Bains
- Bus Lyon - Val d'Isère
- Bus Lyon - Val Thorens
THE BENEFITS OF OUIBUS FOR YOUR COACH TO SKI HOLIDAY
Short breaks are becoming more and more popular, so that’s why we wanted to make sure that OUIBUS would take you straight to your ski resort, so you don’t waste any time and can ride those runs right away! That means there’s no need to find out about shuttle times between the railway station and the resort. Our buses will drop you right there.
- Regular, inexpensive bus trips from Paris, Lyon, London and many other places.
- If you think the journey might be a bit long, don’t worry: you can get online with the on-board WiFi connection. Plugs and USB sockets are also available so you don’t run out of battery during your journey (remember to bring your UK>FR plug adapter though)
- OUIBUS actually offers night trips so you won’t lose out on a single day of your holiday! We also have reclining seats to make sure you won’t have any problem getting some shut-eye!
Can I bring my skis?
Travelling by bus means that you can bring your ski equipment with you and stow it in the hold. Your allowance includes a pair of skis or a snowboard, and a pair of ski boots. This equipment will have to be loaded into the hold, and will only be accepted if it is stored in suitable protective covers and labelled with your full name and telephone number.
Go skiing with friends!
You can benefit from special group rates. On bookings for 10 people or more, you’ll find some incredible offers for your skiing holidaySee our group offer >