Les Gets

Les Gets

About the Resort

A traditional French ski resort in the Savoie region amongst the Northern Alps, visitors to the Les Gets piste map also have the neighbouring slopes of Morzine and the Portes du Soleil to visit.  With plenty to enjoy both on and off the slopes, it’s a popular resort for families, so lets

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The Les Gets pistes are particularly popular with families; being the home to many ski schools.  Most of the ski schools are well-set up for visitors; having many bilingual instructors on board.  Beginners will love their own designated park – Mappy’s Area is found by the Chavannes cable car. Read More

When you’re considering Les Gets ski accommodation, you’ve got a lot of choice here.  From budget self-catered apartments to high quality apartments and 4-star hotels, there’s something for everyone. Read More

As for the Les Gets weather, the slopes are to be found at lower altitude than other resorts, with the summit being at 1826 metres, and consequently the snow can suffer as a result. Read More

We like Les Gets as it’s a picture-postcard resort packed full of traditional Alpine charm.  It’s a good-sized resort with slopes that don’t tend to get too crowded or have that many queues.  Read More

If you’re a connoisseur of food, Les Gets is a great choice.  There is a huge choice of Les Gets restaurants and bars to visit.  In particular, make sure you visit the Quatre Saisons for some excellent French cuisine. Read More

The resort of Les Gets may not be at the highest altitude, but it has a superb tree-lined ski area which is linked with Morzine.  It has lots of traditional charm and you’ll love all of the old buildings here.  It doesn’t have a huge amount for advanced skiers or snowboarders but it is a great family resort. Read More

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Beginner
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Resort Charm
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Ratings

Highlights

+ Picturesque chalet style village

+ Part of the vast Portes du Soleil region

Things to think about

– Low altitude means snow coverage can suffer

– Few challenging pistes

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 44

€ 85

€ 126

€ 167

€ 208

€ 249

ski passes

Child

€ 34

€ 66

€ 98

€ 130

€ 162

€ 194

What's Included

Ski pass covers Les Gets and Morzine Ski Resorts
Child Pass 5-15 Years

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Ski Area
120km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

5 runs
26 runs
28 runs
9 runs
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2275m
1170m
950m
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26

Lifts

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2

Snow

Park

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€240

Ski Pass

6 Days

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12 December ’20
11 April ’21
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Bowling Alley
Cinema
Spa

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Tolls

€59.20
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8hr 16min 867.7km

Travel from Calais

Geneva Airport | 73.6km | 1hr 8min

Nearest Airport

Flights

Accommodation

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