How to come


Coming by bus

Neige express Service:

These lines are carried out with Grand Tourisme coaches (with WC, reclining seats *** and water on board) of the latest generation meeting Euro 5 and 6 standards. Our coaches are geolocated.
Our coaches are fitted with snow tires, quick-fit chains and our drivers have snow driving experience.
We are cheaper than the car and the train + bus or taxi between Mont Dauphin and Risoul.
We are faster than the hour-long train.
We are less polluting than the car and the diesel train that runs on our premises.
There is no change at Mont Dauphin, since the journey is direct (so no waiting)
Prices, timetables,
Reservation here.
  Line Paris, Marseille, Oulx
For Paris: 2 drivers on board

Zou service! Snow by bus

Every Saturday the Navettes Blanches provide transfers (round trip) from Marseille Provence airport or Aix TGV station.
This coach service offered by the South Region is open to everyone.
Make your last reservation 72 hours before departure either by internet via the site or by phone:
call number from abroad: 0033 178 662 279
Reservation compulsory even for children under 2 years old
For people with reduced mobility, reservations can only be made by phone

Come by train

Closest train station :

Mont-Dauphin-Guillestre SNCF station 17 km away
Information - reservations: 3635
Train tickets 's website: sncf

Regional transport
TER PACA website:
The free toll-free number: 0 800 11 40 23 free from a landline every day from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Transfer by bus : Montdauphin train station - Risoul

Download the timetable here

Information and reservations (or directly in the bus):
 - 0809400013 -
Price of a local call
Available every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Transfer from
- Aix TGV station - Risoul
See bus Zou the snow by bus! or white shuttles.

-Oulx TGV station (Italy):
Transfer with Neige express buses 
Prices, timetables, reservation here.

Coming by plane

Nearest airports:

Marseille Porvence MRS Airport (239km)
Grenoble Alpes Isere Airport (204km)
Turin Airport (154km)

Coming by car

 Via the N85 (route Napoléon) to Gap, then direction Briançon by the N94 to Guillestre.
By the N91 (Lautaret) to Briançon, then direction Guillestre by the N94.
By the A51 motorway to La Saulce, then direction Tallard and Briançon (N94) to Guillestre, follow Risoul.
We invite you to consult the news of the Hautes-alpes road network on inforoute05
MOUNTAIN LAW: The Hautes-Alpes department is subject to the Mountain law by prefectural decree.
To improve traffic on the roads in mountainous regions and the safety of users, it is obligatory for all road users, whether passing or resident, to equip their vehicle with winter tires or to have snow chains or socks. snow in his vehicle. In the case of chains or socks, they must know how to fit them, so practice in advance. Furthermore, in the event of snow, they must be mounted in advance on the chaining areas or on the shoulder as long as this does not represent any hindrance to traffic.

​The obligation comes into force each year from November 1 to March 31.

All vehicles with four wheels or more are affected by this obligation: light vehicles, utility vehicles, motorhomes, coaches, buses and heavy goods vehicles.

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