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Eurostar's ski train to the French Alps

We unfortunately won’t be running our direct ski trains during the 2020-21 winter season. However, you can now book an indirect trip to the Alps on our website. This would mean taking a Eurostar train to Paris Gare du Nord and changing onto a TGV train from Gare du Lyon to Bourg Saint Maurice for the rest of the journey.

Eurostar is a member of Railteam, which means you can benefit from the ‘Hop on the next available train’ feature should you experience any delays or cancellations on your journey, providing peace of mind when connecting between trains.


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    • Explore the Paradiski area

      The huge Paradiski area includes Les ArcsPeisey-Vallandry and La Plagne and covers 425km of piste, catering well for every level of skier or snowboarder.

      You'll find a good choice of green, blue, red and black runs and, with most of the accommodation ski-in/ski-out, you can maximise your time on the slopes.

    • The Three Valleys ski area

      With over 600kms of piste and 320 ski runs, Three Valleys is the biggest ski area in the world.

      So, no surprise that there is something for everyone here, from beginner areas to all types of extreme terrain. The Three Valley's area consists of more than 12 villages, including Courchevel, Méribel, Les Menuires and  Val Thorens,

    • Espace Killy

      The Espace Killy area, now known as Val d’IsèreTignes, is considered to be one of the best in the world and has hosted major ski events including the Winter Olympics downhill races.

      There's plenty of skiing for every ability from well-designed nursery slopes to world-class terrain parks for freestylers and  kilometres of wide, blue and red pistes.

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