Avoriaz to Geneva Airport Shuttle Transfers
Avoriaz village sits at 1800m on the breath-taking cliffs of the French Alps, it offers visitors a large array of pistes with mostly ski in and ski out accommodation. Located in the heart of the Portes Du Soleil ski area, it is easily accessible from Geneva and closely linked with Morzine.
- You can reach Avoriaz from Geneva airportin around 1 hour 50 minutes!
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Avoriaz is a car free resort with access possible by either the Prodains Telepherique - the lift station located at the bottom of the valley and a short 10 minute drive from Morzine, or the Avoriaz Welcome Point, an additional 20 - 30 minute drive up the valley from Morzine. Both points deliver you to the heart of Avoriaz.
Alpybus offers private transfers to Avoriaz from Geneva. With our shared transfer service you will be dropped off at the Prodains Lift - which offers direct and easy access to Avoriaz.
Simply use our quote calculator to get an instant quote or booking! Here is our quick guide to Avoriaz to help you make the most of your trip!
Quick Guide to Avoriaz
Avoriaz makes up part of the Portes du Soliel Ski area, this huge ski area covers a total of 14 resorts and 650km of market pistes! The resort itself is made up of 4 zones - Super Morzine, Lindaret Valley, Fornet and Haut Forts. Avoriaz also sits nicely in the middle of the PDS offering quick access to the Swiss resort of Le Crosets, Champery and French resort Chatel to name a few.
Avoriaz has various exciting park runs, including a half pipe, and the one of a kind ‘Stash’ originally developed by snowboard brand Burton, you can follow this tree lined piste down into the Lindaret Bowl. On route you'll discover lots of different features to play with and once you're finished, a plethora of sun drenched restaurants to choose from at the bottom.
The resort offers a great mix of runs for all the family, plus it has a great snow record often being one of the first resorts in the region to receive snow fall.
In the Winter Avoriaz plays hosts to music festivals such as Transition, Rock the Pistes and Snowboxx, where visitors can expect on piste gigs and parties as well as ski and snowboarding displays.
Avoriaz was built back in the 60’s as a purpose built ski resort, so it is car free with the only traffic being snow cats, sleds or horse and carts. Most accommodation here is ski in-ski out and the architecture was inspired by the cliff faces where the high-rise wood clad apartments are meant to blend in to the surrounding scenery. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and shops to keep everyone happy or you can get easy access to Morzine via the Prodains lift.
But it’s not all about the winter in Avoriaz, in summer the resort it still alive with activity. With the recent development of the Aquariaz water park, plenty of mountain biking trails and parks, famous road biking routes and golf courses, not to mention the Linderts goat village - the resort delivers on all levels. There is of course the normal mountainous activities to do such as hiking or if you are feeling adventurous, paragliding or climbing.
Practical Information about Avoriaz
On your arrival into Geneva airport, please make your way to our check-in desk to take your transfer. Prodains is just 10 minutes on from Morzine so takes about 1 hour 40 minutes to reach. To reach resort we either go via the Valley Vert just after the motorway peage or via Thonon alongside lake Geneva reaching Morzine and finally Prodain or Avoriaz after this.
Avoriaz is pedestrianised, so on shared transfers we drop off and pick up passengers at the Prodains Cable car at the bottom of the valley just 10 minutes drive from Morzine, from here you can take the cable car right to the centre of Avoriaz Village making it the fastest way to reach you resort. This also helps you avoid the long and windy road up to resort which is often heavily congested at peak times and can closed in bad weather. The Prodains cable car carries up to 2,500 passengers in an hour so makes for a quick entry to the heart of Avoriaz.
On a private transfer we can take you to the Avoriaz Welcome centre, from both locations you need to arrange onward luggage carriage to your accommodation.
The Prodains cable car is open in the winter at the following times, so if you are booking a shared transfer please ensure you have checked your flight arrival and departure times are inline with the opening times below. We allow a minimum of 4 hours before your flight time for a pick up from Prodains.
Key Information about your transfer between Prodains/Avoriaz and Geneva Airport
On arrival into Geneva airport simply head to our transfer desk in the arrivals hall.
- Transfer Time to and from Prodains Cable Car:
1 hour 40 minutes – (Weather and traffic permitting, not including other passenger pick up or drop off time), for the Avoriaz Welcome centre on a private transfer (when accessible by road) the journey time can be upwards of 2 hours.
- On shared transfers you will be taken to and picked up from the Prodains cable car.
- Skis or snowboards, and luggage are all included in the price of your transfer. If you wish to bring a bike then the price is €5 per bike, they must also be boxed.
- Baby and booster seats are provided free of charge, simply add this to your booking. Children and babies still require a full seat in a transfer vehicle so count as 1 passenger.
- On your return we will send you an SMS the day before your departure with your pick up time. We aim to get you to the airport at least 1.5 hours before your flight departs. On shared transfers there will be other pick ups on route so the transfer time may be longer.