Coming to La Norma
In line with its commitments, La Norma suggests the most environmentally-friendly transport solutions to reduce CO2 emissions.
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In winter, the Col de l'Iseran and the Col du Mont Cenis are closed to traffic. The Col de l'Iseran is blocked by meters of snow (up to 8m at the aptly named "Pont de la neige") and the Mont Cenis road is transformed into the Val Cenis ski slope (L'Escargot, the longest green run in the world at 13km).
To get to La Norma and find out all about traffic conditions, roadworks or detour, visit savoie-route.fr
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The SNCF offers regular services to the Maurienne, allowing you to discover our charming villages via our internal transport network.
Following a landslide at the end of August 2023 in the Maurienne region, the railroad line between Saint-Michel-Valloire and Modane has been cut. The work will last throughout the winter of 2023-2024.
This winter, trains (including TGVs) stop at Saint-Michel-Valloire station, rather than Modane. From Saint-Michel, the S51 bus takes you directly to La Norma. All you have to do is take a little less train and a little more bus (an extra ten minutes or so).
The airports of Chambéry, Grenoble, Geneva, Lyon and Turin are less than 2h00 away from La Norma. In winter, there are bus connections from Chambéry airport to Haute Maurienne.
You don't want to take the train or the bus? Rent a car or order a cab, it will be waiting for you when you get off the plane!