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Val Cenis

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Hi, my wife and I are thinking of getting a quick few days Skiing in from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th of January in Val Cenis before having a week, later on in the season, somewhere else. I've seen some reasonable flights to Grenoble and Turin but am having trouble finding transfers at a decent price.
Has anyone got any ideas please, ideally we would prefer getting a taxi or direct transfer rather than train/bus but I suppose this would depend on cost. Being midweek, does this matter?
Many Thanks
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I usually find car hire works out cheapest and it's not a difficult drive from either airport.
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We really like Val Cenis and definitely feel it's worth a visit there.

Have you looked at https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Grenoble-Airport-GNB/Modane which fills in a fair amount of detail to help you.

Thought there was regular connect from Modane station to the village by bus, but you'd need to check availability.

From Modane station, the route passes Valfrejus, La Norma, Aussois, Termingnon (same ski area as Val Cenis) that may give you more options regarding cost of accommodation. We've skied all but Aussois and each has a decent area for short trip with Val Cenis being obviously the largest.

It's a nice valley ti ski in, with more traditional feel, good costs, very good food eating out too, well worth it.
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Also https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Val-Cenis/Modane for the local section.

Virtually everything train wise from Italy or France travels through there, being the main connect of that region, so it's not usually of difficulty to get to Modane, just depends if you can make the cost / time options work for you.

Also one of the easiest drives up the valley to Val Cenis of any ski domain.
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Definitely easier via Turin-train-local-connect it seems https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Turin/Modane

Very Happy
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Many Thanks all, I will check the ideas out
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