Chamonix Mobilité Timetables

Annual lines

Annual lines operate normally. We will keep you informed here of any changes.

PLEASE NOTE: LINE 2 no longer serves the hospital since June 26, 2021 and passes Promenade Marie Paradis; the MULET makes the connection between the hospital and the city center with a new adapted route.

Lines 1 and 2 run every 30 minutes all year round every day, from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., except on Sundays and public holidays in the off-season when there is one bus per hour.

Line 3 runs 4 round trips per day, with timetables adapted to school operations.

Chamo’nuit offers 4 passages per evening! From 8:50 p.m. to midnight, this service is available in winter and summer on a regular line. The Chamo’nuit Service will remain in regular service from April 16 to April 23, 2023.

  • PLEASE NOTE: In off-season, the Chamo’nuit only runs by reservation from Sunday to Thursday inclusive (excluding the period from June 14 to September 4, 2022).
  • Call 04 50 53 05 55, then type 1, up to 7 days in advance (4 p.m. max). Price: €2 per trip and per person.

The Le Mulet line is the free downtown shuttle. Frequency every 20 minutes.

Line 6 is Servoz’s internal shuttle. It runs all year round.

From december 17th of 2022 to april 16th, 2023:


From april 17th to december 3rd 2023 :


The Summer Lines

Additional lines run in summer, from june 24th to september 2nd 2023 :

The  V1 and V2 bike lines, which go respectively to Les Houches or Le Tour. Line 3 buses can also transport bicycles.

Line 18 which goes from Vallorcine to Col des Montets.

Line 21 which goes from Chosalets to Col des Montets.


You can download the pole sheets for each stop via the links below, for the summer (coming soon):

The top of the valley (from Chamonix to the Tour)

The bottom of the valley (from Chamonix to Servoz, via Les Houches)


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The Winter Lines

Additional lines run in winter.

Line 2B backs up line 2 on the section between Chamonix and Le Tour. It allows a frequency every 10 minutes during peak hours and 15 minutes the rest of the day.

Lines 14 and 17 are shorter and omnibus lines allowing a fine service of the Valley.

Line 14 now offers a bus every 30 minutes.

Line 15 connects Chamonix to Les Houches, via Les Bossons.

Lines 16 and 18 are internal shuttles to the villages of Les Houches and Vallorcine.

Line 19 connects Le Brévent to La Flégère.

The navette des bois travels between Les Bois and Les Praz to take you to the Flégère gondola. A bus every 20 minutes from 8:30 a.m. to 5:25 p.m.

The Savoy-Brévent shuttle that runs during school holidays in addition to lines 14 and 17. This shuttle takes you from La Mollard to the Brévent ski area. For everyone’s safety, the ring road between Mollard roundabout and the entrance to St Michel car park is prohibited for pedestrians.

New line: The Montroc shuttle. With this new line serving Chosalets, Argentière, Montroc and Le Tour, you will be able to access the Tour and Vormaine ski areas directly by train (train/bus connection at Montroc station).


Practical information

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