Private Airport transfers to Nendaz

Happybus provide private airport transfers services to Nendaz all year-round. Our chauffeur driven private transfers include personalized airport pick ups and a door-to-door transfer services. We are happy to accommodate special requests for additional services such as business events, courier services, sight-seeing and ramble tours with guides.

Transfer time by minibus from Geneva Airport: 2h20

Altitude resort: 1300-1400m

Nendaz lies on a sunny terrace above the Rhone Valley near Sitten (Sion), the capital of the Valais. In winter it has everything a winter sports enthusiast could want, being at the heart of the ‘Four Valleys’ ski region with its 92 transport facilities.

During the warmer seasons, it is a holiday resort popular with bikers and hikers.

The terrace of Nendaz, stretching from 1300 m to 1400 m in altitude, commands a fantastic view of the Bernese, Valais and Vaud Alps.

A modern holiday resort has grown up all around the centre of this delightful old Valais village with its traditional timber houses, barns and grain stores. Siviez, eight kilometres to the south in the Nendaz valley, also belongs to this community. It is sometimes also called ‘Super Nendaz’ and cableways run from here to Mont Fort, at 3330 m the highest peak of the ‘Les 4 Vallées’ (Four Valleys) ski resort.

Nendaz is in the broad ‘Four Valleys’ ski region (Verbier, Veysonnaz, Nendaz, La Tsoumaz & Thyon) with 92 transport facilities and 412 km of pistes. There are also off-piste activities with 12 km of cross-country ski trails, 100 km of winter hiking trails and 40 km of showshoe tracks.

Mont Fort is 3,328 meters high and thus the highest mountain in the region of “Quatre Vallées”, the four valleys (Verbier is one of them). One can simultaneously view famous mountain giants such as the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc from the Valaisian peak. Mont Fort can be reached by cable car either from Haute-Nendaz or from Verbier. Impressive high alpine views (at any time of the year) and excellent snow conditions with challenging pistes.


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