How to access and move to La Rosière



From December, 16th 2021 to March 28th, 2022, the Ouigo trains will run between Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, Marne la Vallée and Bourg-Saint-Maurice.

They will serve the cities of Lyon Saint-Exupéry, Grenoble, Albertville, Moutiers-Salins, Aime-la-Plagne and Bourg-Saint-Maurice.

With Ouigo, SNCF offers low-cost tickets, from € 10 for adults and a fixed price of € 5 for children, including during school holidays, by high-speed train.


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access BY CAR

Take the motorway to Albertville. Follow the dual carriageway to Moutiers. Continue along the A-road (RN 90) to Bourg Saint Maurice. Then drive up to La Rosière by the B-road (RD 1090) towards the Petit-Saint-Bernard pass and Italy.

PLEASE NOTE : In winter, access to La Rosière is exclusively via Bourg Saint Maurice. Depending on where you are coming from, some GPS will take you toChamonix and the Mont-Blanc Tunnel to reach La Rosière via Italy, but the Col du Petit Saint-Bernard road is closed from November to May! Better studying your itinerary before coming.

GPS coordinates : Latitude : 45.62729 | Longitude : 6.849464


You could also try car-pooling on BlaBlaCar


access BY PLANE

Geneva airport is the the airport with the better shuttle service to Bourg St-Maurice. More info below in the chapter “Access by bus  – Transfer from Bourg St-Maurice & airports


access BY TRAIN

If you come by train, choose Bourg Saint Maurice train station as your final destination.
With a Eurostar from London St Pancras, you can reach Paris Gare du Nord. Then, go to Paris Gare de Lyon (5 minutes RER connexion) as direct TGV trains run regularly from Paris Gare de Lyon to Bourg St-Maurice.
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If you come from Flanders or Netherlands, you can use Thalys trains either from Antwerpen, either from Brussels.

Anxious to preserve our environment and knowing that the first item of greenhouse gas emissions of a ski resort (57%) comes from the transportation of holidaymakers to their vacation location, we encourage you as much as possible to use this way of transportation, the only one that really decarbonizes.
For this reason, a specific offer on ski passes is set up by the ski area for those who choose to travel by train. More info here.

Once you have arrived at Bourg Saint Maurice train station, you can get to La Rosière by taking a shuttle bus. More info below in the chapter “Access by bus  – Transfer from Bourg St-Maurice & airports


access BY BUS



Snow Express runs a regular coach service to access to La Rosiere every week throughout the season. The coach leaves from London Victoria Colonnade Coach Station with an additional collection point at Stop 24 Services in Folkstone.

Book your Snowexpress coach for La Rosière here.



By bus, you can reach La Rosière from Bourg Saint-Maurice train station (winter and summer) and from Geneva and Lyon airports (winter only).

SUMMER 2022, shuttles running from June, 25th to September, 2nd 2022:

  • From Sunday to Friday, the shuttles run from Bourg St-Maurice station to the Col du Petit St-Bernard via the hamlets of Montvalezan and La Rosière. This shuttle is also equipped with a trailer for bikes. Schedules and reservations HERE.
  • On Saturdays, the shuttle goes from Bourg St-Maurice to La Rosière via the RD1090 or the RD84 depending on the timetable. Timetable and reservations for the Saturday shuttle HERE.

WINTER 2022-2023 : information to come



Taxis are here to transport you from and to airports and train stations. Do not forget to book in advance.



During the french school holidays, our “Welcomers” are waiting for you at the entrance of La Rosière in order to help you put on your snowchains and find your way around the village.

  • Snow tyres are highly recommended
  • Remember to bring your snow chains and keep them accessible; try putting them  on your vehicle as a test  before you leave to save you a lot of trouble.
  • Adjust your speed and be even more cautious than usual
  • Listen to the radio, traffic information is broadcasted
  • Stay behind the snow plough during their intervention
  • Equip yourself with warm clothes, an electric lamp and water
  • In case of a traffic jam, do not leave your vehicle without being told to do so by the police !