Eurostar offers two direct ski trains a week, stopping at Moutiers, Aime-la-Plagne and Bourg-St-Maurice, with the first beginning on Saturday, 17 December.
Travellers can opt for the overnight service, which departs on Friday night, arriving early Saturday morning and giving an extra two days on the slopes.
Alternatively the scenic day service popular with families passes through the beautiful Burgundy region and on to the Alps, departing from London Waterloo on Saturday morning and arriving at Bourg-St-Maurice early evening.
Mary Walsh, of Eurostar, said: "French ski resorts are some of the most popular in Europe, and more and more travellers are seeing that high speed rail is the perfect way to reach them, with a minimum of stress and limited impact on the environment.
"On average, a Eurostar journey accounts for just one tenth of the carbon emissions of an equivalent flight and allows travellers to arrive close to their resort, relaxed, refreshed and ready to hit the slopes."
The railway stations served by Eurostar are located high in the Alps, meaning a short bus ride to the resorts, and avoiding the lengthy coach transfers experienced when flying.
Return tickets for the Eurostar train service start from £149.