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Geneva to Meribel Ski Transfers

Geneva to Meribel Ski Transfers

We offer transfers from Geneva to Meribel services for those who are looking to spend their holidays there. Let’s find out more about our Meribel transfers from Geneva, and the ski resort itself.


Spend Your Holidays at Meribel

You’ll find the Meribel ski resort in the French Alps, specifically Taretaise Valley. It is close to the Moûtiers town, and a combination of three villages inside the Savoie département’s Les Allues. The villages are referred to as Meribel Centre, Meribel Village, and Meribel-Mottaret.

The villages are inside the National Park of Vanoise, which belongs to the interconnected ski system of Les Trois Vallées. Once you arrive here after your Geneva to Meribel transfer, you will find architecture of the chalet-style, the villages have a friendly atmosphere with wooded surroundings. The best part about this place is that it is in the center of the giant ski area of Trois Vallées.

You can find La Tania and Val Thorens to the East and the West of the resort. All three together make up pistes of over six hundred kilometers, which makes the place one of the biggest connected ski areas on earth.

The highest point in Meribel Centre can be found in Altiport, standing at seventeen hundred meters high over the sea. There are gondola and shuttle bus to take you to the lower parts, which are Les Allues at 1200 meters, Meribel Village at 1400 meters, Brides Les Bains at 600 meters, and at the peak of this valley, there’s the Meribel-Mottaret at seventeen hundred fifty meters, which is the satellite resort.

Discover the scenic journey from Geneva to Meribel, where breathtaking alpine views accompany your comfortable transfer.


How is Skiing in Meribel

If you are a beginner skier visiting Meribel, you’ll want to go to Altiport after your private transfer Geneva to Meribel trip. There are several areas for beginners to hone their skills, and this one is by far the best. Its Blanchot piste is mostly tree-lined, so the snow remains good as the sun doesn’t reach here much. You won’t find much traffic here, so you’re safe from the more experienced speed freaks zooming past you.

For intermediates, it’s best to see what people are doing after your Geneva to Meribel transfer. During the busier weeks, hot-foot over to the La Pointe de la Masse, which is on Les Menuires far side. It is a beautiful peak, and most skiers will not get there. The Blaireau is a great piste over Meribel Centre, and you can find great snow there. In addition, the place is quiet most of the time.

You can find some great blacks to go for as an experienced skier once you’re done with ski transfers from Meribel to Geneva. Meribel’s top is usually an attractive place. If you like steep slopes, you can try the Couloir Tournier.

Embark on a seamless journey with our Geneva to Meribel transfer service, ensuring a stress-free start to your alpine adventure.

Beautiful Meribel view in the Alps


Things to Do after Transfer from Geneva to Meribel

Experience the ultimate convenience with our Geneva to Meribel transfers, connecting you effortlessly to the heart of the French Alps.

If you’re not into skiing or want a break from all the snow, there are plenty of things for you to try out. After your Geneva to Meribel transfer, you can walk to the summits to meet your skiing friends without needing any skis.

There’s the option to go on a flight from the airfield here to check out the Alps from above. It will take you around the Three Valleys. If you want to enjoy a relaxing and gentle ride, book the sleigh pulled by a horse.

The Multi-sport center in Meribel offers various indoor activities for almost everybody. You get to choose from skating, bowling, indoor climbing, pool fun, and watching ice-hockey. Go for snowshoe outing after your Geneva to Meribel transfer, through the valley’s hidden corners. You’ll get to find the quietest and prettiest areas around. There’s an opportunity to learn about the valley’s geography, fauna, and flora. You can enjoy some fondue or tartiflette after the walk.


Fees Required for Transfer from Geneva to Meribel

Our expert drivers can transfer from Geneva to Meribel if you want to hire our services. You can order your trips for Meribel transfers from Geneva on our website. We have provided a free online calculator to help you figure out the cost of transfer Geneva Meribel services. The fees are determined based on how many people are going on the transfer Geneva Meribel trip. In addition to Meribel to Geneva transfer, we also provide Meribel to Geneva transfer, if you require a round trip.


What We Have to Offer

Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon, and a lot more places are included as our pick-up locations for a transfer. In addition to the transfer, we offer additional benefits, if you’re ordering a transfer Geneva Meribel or any other trip. Our bus Geneva to Meribel service offers a convenient and affordable way to travel between these two stunning locations.

  • Seats provided for children
  • You’ll be getting refreshments
  • We have expert drivers to drive you to your destination
  • Our drivers can speak both English and Russian


Why waste your holiday doing boring things at home when you can transfer from Geneva to Meribel using our services? Order a trip right now on our website, and feel free to reach out to us for queries.


Frequently Asked Questions


      1) How far is it from Geneva Airport to Meribel, and what is the duration of the transfer?

The distance from Geneva to Meribel is approximately 180 kilometers. The transfer typically takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on traffic and weather conditions.


      2) Do the drivers speak multiple languages?

Our drivers are multilingual, proficient in English and Russian, ensuring smooth communication during your transfer.


     3) Can the ski transfer be booked online, and how far in advance should I book?

Yes, transfers from Geneva airport to Meibel can be conveniently booked on our website. We recommend booking at least a few weeks in advance, especially during peak ski season, to ensure availability.


      4) Is it possible to stop for breaks during the transfer?

Yes, we can accommodate requests for short breaks during the transfer, either for restrooms or to enjoy the scenic views.


      5) What are the skiing opportunities in Meribel for different skill levels?

Meribel caters to all levels of skiers. Beginners can enjoy gentle slopes and ski schools, intermediates have a wide range of blue and red runs, and experts can challenge themselves on black runs and off-piste areas.


       6) What is the best time of year to ski in Meribel?

The ski season in Meribel typically runs from early December to late April. The best time for skiing depends on your preferences: December to February for the most snow, or March to April for warmer weather and longer daylight hours.


       7) Are there non-skiing activities available in Meribel?

Absolutely! Meribel offers a variety of activities like scenic flights over the Alps, horse-drawn sleigh rides, and a multi-sport center with indoor activities.