How to get to Les Crosets
Les Crosets lies at the junction between the Swiss cantons of Valais and Vaud and the French Haute Savoie in between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc. This makes it easily accessible no matter how you plan to get here.
The closest main international airport is Geneva and takes around 90 minutes to cover the 120 km. Alternatively, and much closer, is Sion airport but the problem is a low frequency of international flights and there are only a handful of carriers that operate to this airport.
Driving to Les Crosets is straight forward once you are on Highway A9/E62 Vevey - Sion. Exit at junction 17, 18 or 19 and the resort directions are clearly sign-posted. If you are hiring a car from Geneva airport and have picked it up on the French side, remember to buy your road tax for the Swiss motorways otherwise you will be stopped at the border control when you re-enter France to take the car back.
The closest train stations are at Aigle and Saint-Maurice from where there are regular buses or taxis up to Les Crosets.
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