Direct ski train to Bourg-Saint-Maurice


Infants can travel for free on an adult’s lap and just need a passport. You can only take one infant per adult.

Take the train to Bourg-Saint-Maurice

Check-in at St Pancras International, and in just 30 minutes you’ll be heading for the slopes.

On our direct ski trains you can take one pair of skis or a snowboard - in a protective case that covers the whole item - as well as your two-bag luggage allowance, at no extra charge.

Direct night trains run January-April, direct day trains run December-April.

What’s on board?

Whether you’re travelling by day or overnight, our comfy seats and generous leg room mean you can stretch out and sleep or just relax and enjoy the view.

Food and drinks are available at Café Metropole, our onboard bar buffet. However, to ensure a pleasant journey for all passengers, alcohol isn’t sold on night trains and you can’t bring it on board with you.

Arriving at Bourg-Saint-Maurice

Eurostar trains arrive at Bourg-Saint-Maurice station, right in the heart of ski country.

There, you’ll find coaches to Val Thorens, Val d'Isère, Courchevel, La Tania, Tignes, Meribel and Les Menuires.

All passport checks are done in the UK, so you can grab your bags and equipment  and step straight off the train and onto a coach, no time wasted.

Slope off to Bourg-Saint-Maurice

Whether you’re a skier or boarder, beginner or pro, Bourg-Saint-Maurice is the ideal destination, with Les Arcs, La Plagne and the Paradiski area within easy reach of the town.

Tips for a smooth trip

  • Give yourself at least an hour for check in.
  • Use the extra luggage space.
  • The night train is alcohol-free so everyone can enjoy a peaceful journey.

Skis, boards and boots

On our direct trains to Bourg-Saint-Maurice you can carry a pair of skis or a snowboard with you, as well as your standard two-bag allowance.

Pack all your kit in a protective case.

Day or night, travel direct

Sleep through the journey on Friday’s night train and wake up in the Alps, all set for a week on the slopes.

Alternatively, travel by day on Saturday, and enjoy the scenery as we slalom south.