For your travels in the valley, use buses and trains: it's easy and economical!
New routes, new stops, increased frequencies, extended service hours, a new live traveler information service. Discover new lines SKIBUS, PROXIBUS, CHAMONUIT
Free access to the Mont Blanc Express train from Servoz to Vallorcine, reduced rates on Chamonix Mobilité bus tickets, discounts at museums and sports facilities...
Mont-Blanc express train
From Chamonix, the SNCF rail line serves all the villages :
- On the French side, up from St Gervais les Bains-le Fayet with stop in Les Bossons, Les Houches and Servoz.
- On the Swiss side, up to Martigny with stop in Les Praz, Argentière and Vallorcine.
The SNCF rail line from Servoz to Vallorcine is free to use if you have the Guest Card, provided by your accommodation host on arrival.
Chamonix Bus become Chamonix Mobilité !
Starting from the 4th of December 2023, a new ambitious public transportation offer begins for the Chamonix-Mont-Blanc valley!
- New direct Skibus routes to the ski lifts
- New Proxibus routes to the valley hamlets
- Bus service starting earlier in the morning and ending later at night
- +50% more kilometers covered by the buses
N.B. Times may vary when bad weather occurs during the winter season. Check the forecast before you set off.
SNCF Etablissement Mont-Blanc
40 place de la gare
The Mont Blanc Express train is connected to the SNCF network, to the TGV and the Léman Express from St Gervais-le Fayet station.
Continuation of the chamonix valley cycle path
Cycling is increasingly popular in the Valley.
With e-shuttles, hybrid buses and, coming soon, natural gas-powered buses, the complete overhaul of the rail network with better timing, pedestrian routes and cycle paths, Chamonix Valley is rolling out a clear eco-mobility stra
A cycle path is currently being established between Chamonix and Argentière to encourage local residents and tourists to leave their cars in the garage and take their bicycles instead. In the long term, there will be an uninterrupted “soft mobility” link using specially developed lanes.
Development will continue between Les Bossons and Chamonix-Sud in autumn 2019, along with a section through the Bois de Bouchet area.
Eventually, the Valley will be linked to Lake Geneva via the Véloroute itinerary (the V61) from the Lake to Mont Blanc.