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Morzine is part of the massive Portes du Soliel ski area. Its increasing popularity over the years is no surprise, with 650km of linked terrain nestled in amongst rolling mountains and thick forests.
It has a great snow record to boot, with Avoriaz often being crowned as one of the snowiest resorts in France.
Travelling to Morzine from Geneva is quick- it is only 90 minutes from the airport, making Morzine transfers one of the shortest available from Geneva.
A very appealing travel time for those wanting to make the most of their ski holiday and making it practical for those wishing to do shorter ski breaks.
Morzine is set at 1000m and is well connected to the ski slopes, with 2 cable cars in the heart of the village and 3 more a further 10 minutes away. The ‘Super Morzine’ bubble takes you to the outskirts of the Avoriaz ski area, and the ‘Pleney’ bubble that takes you to the Pleney/Morzine ski area links to Nyon and Les Gets. Plus it’s a short and free bus ride (around 10 minutes) to the Prodains Telecabin, from there you can reach the heart of Avoriaz in just 7 minutes! And lets not forget you can access the Linderets area via Ardent, from there quick access to Chatel and Avoriaz can be made, simply travel through Montriond, again just 10 minutes from Morzine.
The Portes du Soleil ski area has famous runs like the un-pisted and mogel covered black ‘Swiss Wall,’ accessed via Avoriaz. As well as the ‘Circuit’ that takes you through each of the 12 resorts in a day - the variety of terrain is unbeatable.
Morzine is a great ski resort for both skiers and snowboarders, with plenty of off piste terrain easily reached, a really fun natural terrain park called ‘The Stash’ that snowboarding brand Burton funded, as well as two other parks in the Avoriaz alone.
Aside from the convenient location of this resort we know that the beautiful traditional Savoyard style wooden chalets, the towns church and square also appeal to holiday makers contributing to its cosy ski town feel.
The town put on weekly firework displays and there are more restaurants serving cheese fondue than you can imagine, and more importantly a bustling aprčs ski scene. Local haunts such as Bar Robinson, serving the strongest beer in town, as well as Hide Out Hostel for its fancy cocktails, plus well known haunts like the Dixie bar, where you’ll often hear the Irish band the Dixie Micks belting out a few songs.
If you’re visiting on a family ski holiday, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for here, with a huge variety of ski schools and crčches as well as some great nanny services. The pistes also have lots of gentle greens and blues for youngsters, especially over in the neighbouring resort of Les Gets. Plus visits to the local Ice Hockey club will always be a crowd pleaser and with more events such as Snowboxx coming to town you won’t find it difficult to entertain your group.
Morzine, Lets Gets and Avoiraz are all part of the MorzExpress drop off points on our shared and private transfers. In Avoriaz on selected services we take you to the Avoriaz Welcome Point or we drop at the Prodains telecabin. This service also offers door to door drops in villages such as Montriond and Essert Romand.
In the Winter the ski area in Morzine is set to open on the 21st of December 2018. With this in mind they also hope to open places like Avoriaz and Les Gets as early as November this year, but as always that will be depending on the snow fall in the resort.
Our shared transfers to Morzine start at as little as 29.50euro. We also offer private transfer services to all our resorts including Morzine. Leave the airport at the time you like and depart when you choose - have the vehicle to yourself from as little at 150 euro.
For further questions on this amazing ski resort, and the transfer services we offer, give us a call or send us an email, we would be happy to help.