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  • Ski area

    Morzine has an extensive local area of slopes which it shares with its smaller neighbour Les Gets. The local lift pass gives you access to the Morzine and Les Gets ski area and is accessed by the new and improved Pleney gondola. It’s well worth heading over to the Point Du Nyon for views of Mont Blanc and if you keep going to Les Gets you will find the hidden gem that is Mont Chery. 

    If you are feeling a bit more adventurous it is worth upgrading your lift pass to include the whole of the Portes du Soleil. You can then take the Super Morzine gondola to (and back from as there is no piste alternative) Avoriaz and onto Switzerland taking in resorts such as Les Crosets and Champoussinand. This is a fantastic ski area, and well worth considering for those who like to cover large ski areas.

    The resort

    Morzine is a large, lively, year round resort popular with the British crowd located in the centre of the Portes du Soleil. It is a traditional town which sprawls along both sides of a river gorge and is surrounded by traditional wooden chalets with slate roofs and stone foundations ensuring the village retains is character and traditional Savoyard charm. Although accommodation can be scattered there is an excellent multi-route bus service which links all parts of the town to the main lifts as well as neighbouring Les Gets.

    The village itself is full of life, and offers a range of sporting and cultural activities alongside the traditional skiing. For those who are not intent on skiing every day there are plenty of Alpine shops selling local produce such as Genepi and Tomme de Savoie cheese along with local nick-knacks.
    There are plenty of excellent restaurants and bars for you to enjoy the après ski during the winter. If you're keen to sample the local night life there are several excellent bars and restaurants. The most well-known apres ski bar is Bar Robinson's. Robbo's is a traditional French cafe run by three locals who remember Morzine before it was popular. Although the bar has no music or entertainment it offers super strength Mutzig lager that has made it a popular destination for anyone who's spent the day on the hill. For a little more sophistication there is the Coup de Cour wine bar and for late night parties the Crepu, Cavern, Tibetan Bar and Opera are all grouped together just below the Pleney Cable car.
    Morzine is only a short transfer from Geneva, meaning if you are a keen skier you can often manage an extra ½ day on the slopes.


    Top elevation: 2300m

    Resort: 1000m

    Lifts in area: 50

    Pistes: 110kms

    Morzine profile

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    Transfer details

    Transfer Time: From Geneva is approximately 1 hour

    Transfer Type: Minibus or Coach

  • Top Tips

    Our top tips for Morzine

    •   Visit the Mont Chery ski area. This hidden gem is well worth half a day of your holiday.
    •   Try a tartifflette pizza, a traditional Savoyard dish…but on a pizza!
    • Take the night time snow shoeing tour, it’s not as energetic as it sounds and it’s absolutely wonderful to see the mountains under starlight.
    • The view from the top of The Point du Nyon is exceptional, and providing it is clear you will be able to see Mont Blanc in the distance.
    • Morgins village centre is a great place to stop for lunch whilst circumnavigating the whole of the Portes du Soleil. Keep an eye out for the church in the heart of the village, with its array of melodious bells.
    •   Want to stay out late? Head for l'Opéra which is open until 5am.
    •   For a great lunch on the hill try 'La Pïaka' near the top of La Rosta. Great for the wood fire grills and a fabulous wine list to go with the sunny terrace and great views!

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