Take the Eurostar ski train to the Swiss Alps

February 22, 2013

Introduced for the 2012-13 ski season, Eurostar’s ski train to the Swiss Alps provides a new way of reaching your favourite ski resorts in the Valais region. Eurostar has teamed up with the French TGV network to bring skiers and snowboarders on the high speed connection from St Pancreas to the heart of the Swiss Valais ski area. The Swiss Alps ski train tickets are valid for Aigle, Visp, Brig or Martigny stations which all have quick and easy connections to the nearby ski resorts. You need to change trains at Lille but other than that this is one of the easiest and most relaxing ways to get to your ski holiday in the Alps.

Eurostar ski train to the Alps - route map

The Swiss Alps ski trains run every Saturday from 22 December to 13 April and not only get you to the Alps in record time but you can also enjoy the amazing alpine scenery enroute.

Aigle station gives easy access to the Swiss resorts of Villars, Gstaad and Les Diablerets as well as the French resort in the Portes du Soleil area. Martigny station is your stop for Verbier and Chamonix Mont Blanc area. Visp station gives access to Zermatt and Sass Fee.

With return fares available from £189 this is a great way to access a ski holiday in the Alps. Trains depart from St. Pancreas International and Ashford International stations.

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