Most authentic and vibrant town in the region, with huge skiing in the Portes du Soleil.


Located in the heart of the biggest linked ski region in the French Alps, Morzine offers great ski resources and a resort that still retains the authenticity of a local market town.

Après ski and nightlife are fantastic in Morzine, with busy streets, bars and restaurants. Linked with Avoriaz by lift, Morzine is part of the huge Les Portes du Soleil ski region.


Facts & figures

  • Resort height: 1000m (Morzine)
  • Resort height: 1800m (Avoriaz)
  • Top lift height: 2275m
  • Ski lifts: 196
  • Season dates: Dec-Apr
  • Inhabitants: 2890

Airport transfers

  • Geneva | 56 miles
  • Chambery | 83 miles
  • Lyon | 130 miles


    • Après ski
    • Tobogganing
    • Dining
    • Tepee evenings
    • Shopping


    • Linked ski region
    • Off-piste
    • Cross-border skiing (CH)
    • Night skiing


With Les Gets in one direction, Avoriaz in the other and numerous linked ski areas in the distance, Morzine is very much a ski resort for those looking to cover plenty of ground. Intermediate skiing can be found in abundance in the area and for adventurous skiers and snowboarders it is possible to ski great distances, as far as Switzerland. Tree-lined, intermediate skiing is on offer in Morzine, with a similar profile of skiing beyond Morzine in Les Gets.

Neighbouring Avoriaz boasts an impressive snow record, one of the best in France. It is the higher neighbour to Morzine and is lift connected to the resort. Outside of the resort area in Avoriaz, the terrain is generally tougher than Morzine, with the sector directly above Les Prodains offering excellent, steep piste and off-piste skiing. From Avoriaz it is possible to Chatel or Champéry in Switzerland. Park skiing and off-piste are hugely popular in Avoriaz.


Ski safari

Some 650km of ski pistes await in a huge, cross-border loops that stretches into Switzerland.

Après ski

One of the best après ski experiences in the area with action on the mountain and in Morzine itself.

Luge evening

Climb aboard a luge and descend the closed ski pistes with a head torch and a good helping of courage.


Morzine itself is a busy little Alpine town with a lively spirit. Traditional wooden chalets with slate roofs and stone foundations ensure that the village retains its character and Savoyard charm. This region is known to have a number of unspoilt French villages but Morzine must be close to being the best in terms of atmosphere, facilities and charm. Morzine is also fantastically located for Geneva airport - a key factor for many group ski and corporate ski trip planners. Morzine is a town full of life offering a range of sporting and cultural activities. There are plenty of excellent restaurants and bars for guests to enjoy the après ski during the winter.

The most well-known après ski hangout is Bar Robinson's.  Robbo's is a traditional French cafe run by three locals who remember Morzine before it was so busy. Although the bar has no music or entertainment it offers a super strength lager that has made it a popular destination for anyone who's spent the day on the hill.

Avoriaz is a totally ski-in / ski-out resort built at 1800m, high above Morzine. With great access to the slopes and lifts it makes an excellent choice for those wanting to maximise time on the snow. Avoriaz however lacks the atmosphere and amenities of Morzine and there are few hotel options there.


Morzine has some of the best après ski in region. It may not be as ritzy as Val d'Isère or Courchevel but the number of bars, both for locals and visitors make Morzine a great place for a night on the snowy streets. Bar Robinson (or Robo's) is famous across the region for its après ski but there are many other après ski venues which offer a great, late night experience.

For skiers and snowboarders leaving the Avoriaz ski area, there are a number of après ski venues around the base-station at Les Prodains. Indoor and outdoor après ski action is available and whilst not high-end establishments, these venues have a good atmosphere and are handily located at the end of the ski pistes.


Short transfer connections from Geneva, great après ski and numerous on and off snow activities make Morzine an excellent option for group and corporate ski trips. For large events, the Palais des Sport in Morzine offers space for up to 700 people to meet. There are numerous room configurations, a restaurant and outdoor areas as well. For smaller events, there are a number of hotels that offer specialist meeting rooms around Morzine.

Activities are a key part of any corporate ski trips. Non-skiers will find Morzine a fantastic location to stroll around with weekly markets in the village, plenty of shops and some non-ski action such as winter walks and snow shoe walking. Après ski is always a great, group unifier, whilst there are some quality restaurants in Morzine for excellent dining experiences. Tobogganing & Tepee evenings are also a great group activity.


I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for all your help over the weekend with my team!

They have all come back and absolutely loved every second of their trip and that’s down to you so thanks so much for all the planning and preparation that went into this weekend.

Secretary, Legal Partners, London, UK
January 2018, 60 guests

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