SARL Peak Transfer
44a Chemin du Lai
Chamonix Mt Blanc
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Peak Transfer provide reliable airport and in resort transfers from Geneva to Chamonix, get a quote and book online today. You can check out our Chamonix Winter and Summer Guide in the Peak Transfer Blog.
Chamonix is situated in the French alps and is a year round resort offering skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, hiking, biking, climbing, mountaineering and more.
The Chamonix valley is around 14 kilometres long and includes Mont Blanc which has the highest peak in the European Alps at 4810 metres. As both a Summer and Winter destination, the local population of 10,000 swells to nearly 100,000 thanks to the influx of tourists, backpackers, mountaineers, seasonnaires and students who come to the valley each year.
The Chamonix valley is made up of five principle ski areas: Grand Montets, Le Brevent, La Flegere, Le Tour and Les Houches. Boasting over 100kms of runs and 70 pistes, Chamonix is the ultimate destination for snow sport enthusiasts. The valley is famous for its endless terrain and is a mecca for extreme sports and off piste skiing and snowboarding.
Chamonix is home to the famous Aiguille Du Midi, or ‘The needle of the south’. Visitors to the region in both the summer and the winter can admire and access the Aiguille Du Midi from the centre of town. The Aiguille Du Midi cable car takes passengers to 3842 metres and offers panoramic views of Chamonix. The Aiguille De Midi provides the access point for climbing routes in the Mont Blanc region and access to the starting point of the world famous Vallee Blanche- an off piste ski route that has a vertical descent of over 2500 metres and is 20 km long.
Chamonix is not only a destination for extreme sportsmen and women but for also for those who fancy staying off the slopes with their feet planted firmly on the ground. Chamonix offers a diverse mix of sports shops, designer boutiques, bars, restaurants, cafes, and a weekly market that displays local crafts and fresh local produce. The countless restaurants include both international and traditional Savoyard choices which allow visitors to sample regional dishes such as fondue, raclette and decadent French desserts.
Party people and those who prefer a quieter evening can both find their tastes more than satisfied in Chamonix. There are countless places to enjoy a quiet après as well as numerous night clubs and late night establishments for those who favour the afternoon powder.
With only an hour between Chamonix and Geneva Airport, access to Chamonix is quick and easy. Peak Transfer offer shared and private transfers to and from Geneva.