About the Resort
As one of the biggest names in ski resorts, the Morzine piste map is hugely popular for both families and groups. Found amongst the vast Portes du Soleil ski area in the Northern French Alps, you’ve got so much to explore here both day and night. Let’s Talk Skiing in Morzine
Thanks to its superb location amongst the immense Portes du Soleil, you’ll find a huge amount of mountain terrain to discover. Morzine is an excellent place if you’re new to skiing. It has some fantastic ski schools and their nursery slopes are in particularly convenient locations. You’ll be able to try some more laid-back and greens and blues which include Gernes and Proclo. And even the littlest of your group can enjoy their introduction to the slopes using a clever bit of equipment called the Babysnow; a cross between a scooter and a snowboard. Read More
As one of the best family ski resorts on offer, you’ll have lots of accommodation in Morzine to choose from. There’s a good variety to be found, ranging from apartments to family-friendly catered chalets in addition to the Morzine hotels. Read More
When it comes to altitude, the Morzine weather can suffer. This does mean that resort runs, particularly on the south-facing slopes, can be closed due to poor weather, even though they do have a lot of snowmaking facilities. Read More
We like Morzine as it’s a location that offers so much, both day and night. It’s a lovely chalet-style town which is as popular in summer as it is in winter. It definitely benefits from the good-sized lightly wooded and varied slopes that it shares with Les Gets. By French standards, the nightlife is particularly good. Read More
With the amount of facilities that there are available for families and children in particular, you might think that Morzine is just aimed at the youngest family members, however it also is renowned for its excellent après ski. If we look at children’s facilities though, you’ll be guaranteed high-quality care and entertainment here including arts & crafts, plus lots of free entertainment. Little ones will love the fun sledge run that goes down the Pleney. Here you’ll find a tipi dinner at the bottom of the run. They haven’t forgotten teens either, with their own disco and ice rink. You’ll also find two cinemas here too. Read More
+Varied terrain suited to most.
+Good for apres ski.
+Picturesque, wooded resort.
Things to think about
-Low altitude can affect snow quality.
-Weekends can be crowded.
Morzine-Les Gets Pass.
Prices excluding rechargeable support (smart card) compulsory for all durations (3 € extra, non-refundable).
Child Pass 5-15 Years.
874.9km 8hr 54min
Travel from Calais
Geneva | 80.4km | 1hr 15min