how to access and moove to la rosière

COMING TO LA ROSIÈRE BY BUS, TRAIN, CARPOOLING!

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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 : If you are travelling from Italy via the Mont Blanc Tunnel and Courmayeur or up through the Aosta Valley, the Petit Saint Bernard pass is closed in winter. This road is only open to vehicles from June to November : go through Pré Saint Didier, continue towards La Thuile then up to the Petit Saint Bernard pass. La Rosière is just on the other side of the border.

Directions

You could also try car-pooling on BlaBlaCar

 

BY TRAIN

SNCF – Bourg Saint Maurice train station
TGV – Thalys

Good plan : You can use the train-sharing Allons Bon Train to enjoy good price.

When you arrive at Bourg Saint Maurice, you can get in a coach to La Rosière

BY BUS

SNOWEXPRESS COACH FROM LONDON

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.

TRANSFER FROM BOURG-SAINT-MAURICE

Transfer from Bourg Saint-Maurice train station as well as from Lyon, Chambéry and Genève airports.

You can book your transfer thanks to Altibus and have a look at the schedules if you click here

You can also book your transfer on Belle Savoie Express or larosierebybus

 

BY PLANE

 

BY TAXI

 

A FEW TIPS IN CASE OF SNOW FALLS :

EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DURING THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS, OUR WELCOMERS WELCOME YOU TO HELP YOU CHAIN ​​AND FIND YOU WAY IN LA ROSIÈRE.

  • Snow tires highly recommended
  • Remember to take your snow chains and leave them accessible; a quick test ride on your vehicle before you leave will save you a lot of trouble.
  • Adjust your speed and be even more cautious
  • Listen to the radio, traffic information is broadcasted
  • Stay behind the snow removal equipment during the intervention
  • Equip yourself with warm clothes, an electric lamp and water
  • In case of traffic jam, do not leave your vehicle without being invited by the police !