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Geneva- Val Thoren transfers at Easter

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Looking at booking our family trip next Easter. as expected prices have gone up an eye watering amount.

The same catered Chalet as last year is now 500 per person more, same time same place. BA flights have gone from 190 to 800 each, thankfully Swissair are still hovering around 200 each.

I have found an apartment in Val Thoren I like the look of, at but the transfer for 4 people from Geneva or Grenoble are a staggering £1000-1200 return.

Does anyone have any info on the best way to travel to Val Thoren or any companies I should be contacting re shared transfers? Most of my trips in the past have had transfers included, google is a quagmire of quotes etc and after a while you lose the will to live.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@mheadbee, try SNCF to Moutier and the bus from there. The schedule and tickets will not be released until 3 months prior to travel.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
mheadbee wrote:
Looking at booking our family trip next Easter. as expected prices have gone up an eye watering amount.

The same catered Chalet as last year is now 500 per person more, same time same place. BA flights have gone from 190 to 800 each, thankfully Swissair are still hovering around 200 each.

I have found an apartment in Val Thoren I like the look of, at but the transfer for 4 people from Geneva or Grenoble are a staggering £1000-1200 return.

Does anyone have any info on the best way to travel to Val Thoren or any companies I should be contacting re shared transfers? Most of my trips in the past have had transfers included, google is a quagmire of quotes etc and after a while you lose the will to live.


We regularly use Alpybus, Ben's Bus or Altibus. All have provided a good service over the last few years. We have also taken the train to Moutiers, then used Altibus from there. The train usually requires 2 changes - one at Geneva Centre and a second one at Chambery.
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