Getting to Champery

Champery is about 60km from Geneva airport as the crow flies; by road it’s almost double that so transfers take about 1 hour and 40 minutes. Sion airport is even closer but fewer airlines go there. Champery also has two small railway stations in the resort which are reached by changing trains at Aigle.

Nearest Airports to Champery

Geneva airport 130km / 1 hour 40 minutes
Sion airport / 62kms / 55 minutes

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Getting to Champery by Rail

Champery has two stations inside the village which can be reached after changing trains at Aigle.

Trains run from Geneva Airport on a regular basis. Ideally get a direct train to Aigle but it may be necessary to change at Lausanne depending on scheduling and the time of day. At Aigle cross the platform and board the AOMC which runs all the way up to Champery. There are two stops in Champery, the Village and the Telepherique, so it’s worth checking which is nearer your accommodation.

Driving to Champery

There are three options to reach Champery by car from Geneva, the longest distance usually being the quickest in time.

The best route is probably to follow the north shore of lake Geneva on the A1 and the A9 staying in Switzerland for the whole journey. This is about 130km and ought to take about 1 hour 40 minutes.

The other option is to travel south of lake Geneva through France on either the D22 or the D1005. Both of these routes are under 100km but will take longer at between 1 hour 50 minutes and 2 hours.

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