Ski Train – what you need to know
Direct train: you can take a pair of skis or snowboard on top of your 2-bag luggage allowance. Once on board, you’ll find extra space set aside in each coach for bulky bags and kit.
Connecting in Paris or Lille: you can still take a snowboard or skis, but this will count as one of your 2 pieces of luggage
Crampons, ice-axes and alpine walking sticks can be carried in your luggage.
Alcohol on board
Night train: For the comfort of all passengers we don’t sell alcohol or allow travellers to bring their own alcohol on board with them.
This policy helps us make sure that everyone can enjoy a relaxed ambiance on board and that we all arrive bright-eyed, fresh-faced and set for the slopes.
Day train: Alcohol is available on board and you can take up to four cans or bottles of beer, or one bottle of wine, no spirits with you.
- Pre-travel checklist
- Direct ski train timetable