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Bourg to Les Arcs 1950 - March 5 - 18th :trains planes or automobiles?

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We arrive on Eurostar in BstM at ~6:30pm on the Saturday, 5th March with 2 small 'uns, 3 large, heading for 1950.

Normally we drive from the airports, so although familiar with resort / roads / mountain shuttle buses, not so sure of transfer options from the station.
Friends staying in our place earlier this season reckoned that as well as the funicular (+ shuttle bus - possibly a little stressful with 2x 3 yr olds after travelling from Waterloo maybe? ) or taxi options, there is a bus that goes from outside the train station to the ski-stations cost circa. €8 each. (although they got the funicular).

Does any know if this is indeed the case, if they would be running a this time of night, what sort of frequency, do we buy tickets on the bus or in the train station, and do they go to 1950 / 2000 or just the 1600/1800 site of the mountain? Is there a web site where I can check all these sorts of details?


Or indeed are there any other options ? (Mike Bennett and his helicopter excepted - there is a limit to the family funds Wink )
Any help and advice appreciated.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
JimW, there is a bus service from BSM Gare the bus station is right next door. The website is www.autocars-martin.com where you'll find timetables etc. I believe you can book online.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thanks David, that's exactly what I was looking for!
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