The Alps - Skiing by Train

  • Covers seven Alpine countries - Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, Switzerland
  • Rail-served resorts highlighted including well known destinations such as Zermatt, St Anton, Chamonix and Kitzbuhel
  • Over 20 linked ski areas including The 3 Valleys, Portes du Soleil and Sella Ronda
  • Resorts not on the rail network such as Meribel, Saas Fee and Courmayeur shown with bus links to the nearest station
  • Also includes lesser-known gems such as Greolieres Les Neiges in Provence, with views across the Mediterranean to Corsica, and Switzerland's Stoos, home of the world's steepest funicular train
  • Includes journey times by train from UK to several Alpine cities
  • 31 airports shown and those with their own railway station highlighted to help holiday-makers select routes with an easy onward transfer
  • Reverse (folded map only) includes factfile for 100 resorts detailing nearest railway station, number of ski lifts, extent of downhill skiing (km), altitude range (m), vertical drop (m) and availability of glacier skiing and cross country skiing. NOTE:  Reverse NOT printed on single sided print versions or high resolution prints
  • The map can be customised for businesses or individuals and printed at any size - please contact us.  Also available as high resolution A2 prints
  • Complements our Ski Resort Map of the Alps


Skiing by Train -  Folded Map (420 x 297mm) 

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Skiing by Train - Single Sided Print Standard A3 Size (420 x 297mm)

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Skiing by Train - Single Sided Print Large A2 Size (594 x 420mm)

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Also available as a customised map

SkiRail Map of the Alps

  • the entire Alpine region at an approximate scale of 1: 1,400,000
  • clear mapping showing the rail network through the Alps and the location of over 400 ski resorts
  • detailed information on over 100 ski resorts directly accessible by train including extent of downhill and cross-country skiing, altitude range and vertical drop, number of lifts, difficulty of skiing, rail journey times to the nearest major city
  • rail routes to the Alps from over ten European countries with approximate journey times
  • free booklet containing detailed resort and country information plus contributions from Rail Europe and the Ski Club of Great Britain


SkiRail Map of the Alps - click box for options


“A much better option than trying to make sense of the various rail networks’ websites'”  
“An interesting and helpful start to your rail experience”
“For less than a tenner it puts everything you need in one handy package. See its brilliance in 1:1,400,000 form! And if you’re planning a big ski rail trip this winter, it’s indispensable. Verdict – excellent if you fancy a rail jaunt. Useful even if not as it maps out all resorts, how they are linked, and how to get there.”
Fall-line SKIING ISSUE 95
“This map enables you to understand where resorts are – and plan exciting journeys to reach them. I love it!”
“A map showing the key rail routes to the main Alpine resorts – a terrific idea”
“Green-minded skiers and boarders should get their hands on this map”
“Great news for anyone who's been thinking of train travel as a way of reducing their carbon emissions”

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