Haute Route Baggage transfer service

Its that time of year again soon!

For those of you who are planning to ski the “Haute Route” this year then you will likely need someone to transport your luggage.

Chamonixcabs have years of experience providing this service from small quick and light groups through to those who are filming a documentary and need van loads of equipment moved, we have done it all!

For a no obligation quote please contact us

James Coates

 

New Year Chamonix Taxi Service

Chamonix Taxi

Chamonix Taxi

The Chamonix Cabs “Taxi Service” is operational all year round including the busy “New Year” period.

We are very busy at this time of year and recommend booking your taxi well in advance.  We already have bookings for the 31st December.

Contact us on – 00 33 (0)6 79 01 46 02

JIm Coates

Snow coming at last to Chamonix

The latest forecast from www.snow-forecast.com is looking very promising for the Alps!  If the snow arrives as anounced we could be getting up to 50cm of snow at Chamonix town level (1000m).  Temperatures are also meant to drop to around -15, bring your thermals!

We will of course be reporting as soon as this happens.

Chamonix Snow Forecast

Chamonix Snow Forecast

Chamonix Taxi Service

Whatever your transport needs are in Chamonix, we have the solution.

We provide transport anywhere in the Valley from the Chamonix train station, Chamonix centre, all hotels and shops, and evening trips to Bars, clubs and restaurants.

We can assist with ski days too, from Chamonix to Courmayeur, Verbier, Megeve or anywhere else in the area.

In-fact, we travel from anywhere to anywhere, for a competitive quote please dont hesitate to contact us.

Jim Coates

VIP Transfers from geneva to Chamonix

Looking for a little something extra? What to arrive in style?

Weather its for a birthday, a honeymoon or you need to impress the boss! why not choose our “Luxury” option when booking your transfer?

At Chamonixcabs we offer you two types of vehicle, “standard” and “Luxury”.  Our “luxury” vehicles are either the Mercedes Viano’s, Mercedes M class or VW Caravelle’s with leather interiors, privacy glass and a very comfortable ride.

For further information about our VIP service please do not hesitate to ask.

james Coates

Train from Geneva to Chamonix?

It is possible to get from Geneva to Chamonix (and back) by train.

Trains leave Chamonix train station every hour during peak periods and are operated by SNCF, the French railways company.

All trains leaving Chamonix require at least 1 change and sometimes 2 changes.  First is going to be at Fayet (St Gervais) to get off the cog railway and onto a standard train.  All trains going to Geneva will be stop at Geneva Eaux Vives train station.

To get to Geneva train station will require getting to Geneva Cornavin and then connecting to the airport.  In total getting to geneva city from Chamonix takes between 2hr50 and 3hr40 depending on connections.

Taking the train is a wonderful way to see an area, however, if time is important to you then a private transfer from Geneva airport to Chamonix takes a little over an hour and is door to door.

Chamonixcabs offer this service from as little as 170 Euros, contact us for details.

Chamonix Taxi service

Our Chamonix Taxi Cab service has been proving very popular this winter and as such is a service we plan to continue throughout the year.

If you require a morning taxi service to go skiing or need to get back from the bar late at night we are here to offer you a round the clock service.  In conjunction with our partners we provide a 24hour service at very reasonable rates.

Call us on 00 33 (0)6 79 01 46 02

James Coates

 

Chamonix Taxi

Chamonix Taxi

Chamonix Taxi

Christams is over and everyone is here to experience a Chamonix New Year.

Lots of people over the season will be looking for a Chamonix Taxi to get around the valley and avoid drinking and driving.

At Chamonix Cabs we provide a Taxi service between Servoz and Vallorcine please call for prices and to book on:- 00 33 6 79 01 46 02

James Coates

Is this the start of winter 2013/14?

How things can change, we were riding our bikes two days ago and now there is at least 10cm of snow covering our car-park and the snow is still coming down hard and fast.

With temperatures set to stay below 0 degrees for the next few days and snow on the forecast all day tomorrow, this could be the beginning.

A useful link for current weather webcams from our friends over at chamonix.net is below.

http://www.chamonix.net/english/webcams