free train and bus in Chamonix Valley !
The SNCF line serves all the villages from Saint Gervais-le Fayet to Martigny (Switzerland), passing through Servoz, Les Houches, Chamonix, Argentière and Vallorcine. One train approximately every hour.
The SNCF line from Servoz to Vallorcine is free of charge for holders of the Carte d’Hôte pass, which is given to you on your arrival by your accommodation host.
SNCF Etablissement Mont-Blanc
40 place de la gare
The Chamonix bus network runs annually and offers extra services during winter and summer season.
Regular urban transport serves all the Valley and ski areas.
It is free from Servoz to Le Tour for holders of the Carte d’Hôte pass or a ski-lift pass.
The free shuttle of the city center
This free shuttle service enable you to to move freely around the Chamonix centre.
Small buses, silent, disabled access and environmentally friendly, "Le Mulet" works all year long and stops by the main sites and parking lots.
Baptized "Le Mulet" in reference to the history of the valley, the city center free shuttle was born in Chamonix in 2005 in partnership with the city council of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc.
This pass has many advantages, including free travel on buses and on SNCF trains for internal journeys, including between Servoz and Vallorcine, as well as concession rates for admission to public sports and arts facilities.
Tourist accommodation: the pass is given to you free of charge by your accommodation host on your arrival. Do not hesitate to ask for it. If you are staying in free accommodation, the pass must be withdrawn exclusively from the town hall or the Tourist Office, for 7 euros per person for every week of stay.
From Sept.1st, 2015 to August 31st, 2016
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From September 14th to 12th December, 2015
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Chamonix - St Gervais - Megève - Praz sur Arly Sept. 1st, 2015 to July 5th, 2016.
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From August 31st to December 18th, 2015.
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Schedules form August 31st to December 18th, 2015
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Chamonix bus guide
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Presentation summer 2015
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