Chamonix has a bus system which runs up and down the Valley and serves the various ski resorts and hiking areas. All lines pass by the Chamonix Sud Bus Stop, make a circuit in Chamonix and then connect the town with other 4 communes: Les Houches, Servoz, Argentiere, Vallorcine.
The base fleet, which operates all year round, is made up of two electric shuttle buses, six Euro 6 standard vehicles and six hybrid buses. A third electric shuttle bus is to be acquired in 2018. A 100% electric 12m standard vehicle was tested in real operating conditions at the end of this winter, with a view to the official delivery of a vehicle of this type in 2020.
There is a year-round service and a winter season service. In high season, there is rarely a waiting time longer than 20 minutes. Normally heavy snowfall is not a problem for the buses, as they are well equipped. On the other hand, when it snows a lot in Chamonix the roads can get pretty messy for cars, some of which may be lacking the proper equipment, and the high volume of cars raises the pollution levels, so leave your car at home and take advantage of this free bus service.
- Lines 1 and 2 run every 30 minutes all year round, every day from 6:45am to 8:15pm.
- Line 3 serve the route Chamonix-Servoz, every day, four times per day, from 6:55am to 6:55pm
- The Servoz shuttle runs everyday from 8:54am à 6:09pm.
- Le Mulet runs everyday, from 8am to 7:15pm, every 15 minutes.
- The "Chamo’Nuit" line runs 4 services per evening, between 8:50 pm and midnight, from Les Houches to Argentière via Chamonix.
New summer line:
- Line 21 serves Chosalets as far as Col des Montets, passing by Argentière. The bus runs every day from June 24 to September 3, 2017, from 9:30am to 5:39pm.
To get to the Col des Montets from Chamonix or Vallorcine, take the train to Argentière station and then line 21.
Here you can see the entire Chamonix Bus Network.
Timetable and Bus Frequency
Line 21 : Chosalets - Col des Montets
The bike lines V1 and V2 (to the bike tracks):