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Country: France
Ski Region: Close to Geneva for max slope time
Resort facts


Ski area:  Portes du Soleil
Resort height: 1800 m
Highest lift:  2466 m
Total Kms pistes: 650 kms
Nearest airport: Geneva
Transfer time:  1.5  hrs
Driving Time : 8hours (Calais –Morzine)
Pistes/Lift info Local Area Whole Area
Top Lift 2466 m 2466 m
Piste length 150 km 650 km
Black runs 9 25
Red runs 24 118
Blue runs 21 101
Green runs 7 46
Total runs 61 290
Approx Lift Pass price 6 day adult 210 Euros 247.50 Euros

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Snowbeds says


Great traditional resort, part of the massive Portes du Soleil ski area which is the largest in Europe.

Easy to get to and really good priced accommodation (Geneva closest airport).

The resort is spread out in a linear sense along the valley and along the road leading up to Avoriaz. Make sure you know where your accommodation is located; all areas served by a regular free ski bus service.

Plenty going on at night without getting too rowdy.

Great family destination with a British ski school for all ages.

Good for
  • Families
  • Shortbreaks
  • Snowboarders
  • Skiers
  • Beginner to expert
  • Short transfers
  • Good priced apartments
Where is it?

Apres ski
Good facilities for families with an ice rink and swimming complex at the Parc des Dérêches, open daily offering-
* 25 x 15m pool (heated to 27°C)
* 12,5 x 10m teaching pool (heated to 28,5°C)
* 50m2 paddling pool (heated to 31°C)
* 160 m2 spa area with saunas and Turkish baths
* peaceful relaxation area with loungers
The town is well populated with bars. The Dixie Bar is Morzine's Irish pub: football is regularly shown on the big screens and there's live music most evenings.
For live music try the band nights at the English run Garage Bar on the route towards Prodains and Avoriaz.
In town most of the action takes place on Taille de Mas du Pléney or 'Bar Street', a noisy strip of restaurants, bars and cafés running between the Pléney lift and Morzine's Tourist Office.
Try the Coyote Bar, Le Boudha Café and the Cavern, with L'Opera nightclub next door.
The Coyote Bar kicks off later on and has pool tables and arcade games for evening entertainment. Le Boudha Café has a more relaxed, cosy atmosphere with comfy sofas if you get there early.
The English-run Cavern is a lively sports bar where football fans can watch matches on the big screen. Seasonnaires enjoy the fancy dress nights on a Tuesday, the two hour early evening 'happy hour' and the lethal shooters bar.
The nearby Le Crépuscule was refurbished recently and attracts a young crowd - on a busy night there is dancing room on the bar only.
And for early evening apres ski then Bar Robinson with its lethal Mutzig beer may send you home for an early night!
Finally, the British owned Micro-Brewery, Le Bec Jaune, situated on the Les Gets side of the village, is pretty much an easy walk from any part of Morzine.
What others say
"The 650km of terrain that makes up the Portes du Soleil ski area covers a baker’s dozen of resorts in two countries, and it’s all within easy reach of Geneva. Catch an early flight and you can be cruising down the pistes above Morzine well before lunch."
From the Telegraph
Top Morzine tips
  • Snowboarders head for the Burton Stash on the way to Avoriaz
  • The best placed accommodation is near the Pleney Lifts or just across the Passerelle from Super Morzine
  • For 'ski in ski out' consider staying out of town (15 mins walk) at the base of Nyon lift
  • Try taking the bus to the Lindarets lift to avoid the crowds on busy days
  • Intermediates should try the skiing towards Les Gets
  • It's also worth crossing over in Les Gets to try the skiing in and around Mont Chery
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