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The shuttles are free within Morzine and serve around the town, with several lines in service during the summer and winter seasons. Each of them passes through the centre of Morzine or the Town Hall and serves a particular sector.

In addition, the Balad'Aulps Bus line provides transport to all the surrounding villages (Les Gets, Essert-Romand, Montriond, Saint Jean d'Aulps, Le Biot, Seytroux, la Baume and la Vernaz). There are 3 stops in Morzine: at the Passerelle roundabout, at the School and at the Town Hall. The price of a ticket for this line is 1,5 €.
 

SHUTTLES IN MORZINE IN WINTER

- Line A leaves from Pleney, passing through the Tourist Office in the centre of the village before heading to Les Prodains. This line allows you to join the Prodains cable car to access Avoriaz. Please note, while the shuttle is free, you will then need to buy a ticket to take the cable car.
- Line C goes through Les Udrezants, takes you on the Avoriaz road to reach the Croix before going from Les Nants to the Rocher.
- Line D passes through the centre of the village then leaves for the southern side of Morzine via La Salle, Udrezants and Mas Metout.
- Line E goes through the centre of the village before heading to the Nyon cable car and Erigné
- Line M starts from the Town Hall and takes you to Lake Montriond or to the Ardent cable car. This is another way to reach the Avoriaz ski slopes via the Lindarets area. It is also ideal for quickly reaching Châtel and the Swiss resorts of the Portes du Soleil by ski.
- Line N, which you can take in Pleney, takes you directly to the Nyon cable car.
- Line P serves the centre of the village as well as the route de la Plagne.
- Line U passes through the centre of the village before heading towards Combe Humbert, Le Savoie and Granges before heading down to the Pied de la Plagne roundabout.
- The little train is also at your disposal. This makes a loop in the centre of the village. It leaves from Pleney and stops near the Super Morzine gondola - which is very practical in winter to go from the Morzine-Les Gets ski area to Avoriaz and the rest of the Portes du Soleil, without having to walk through the village with skis on your shoulders.
 

Please note: modification of services and timetables [updated Friday 8th April, 2022]


The municipality of Morzine-Avoriaz informs you of a modification of the Village Shuttle service as indicated below from April 11th, 2022:
  • Line A becomes Line A-U : normal service from 8:00 am to 9:15 pm.
  • Line D: maintained until april 24th, normal service in the morning, suspension of service from 12:00 pm to 4:30 pm, last departure from Pleney at 6:00 pm.
  • Line Esee the new schedule here for the service until april 24th.
  • Lines C, P, N : end of service on april 10th as planned.
  • Line U: normal non-stop service from 7:45 am to 7:45 pm, last departure from Pleney at 7:30 pm.
  • Little train: end of service on april 10th

The Municipality deplores this degradation of the Shuttle service to which it pays the greatest attention.
We welcome any comments due to this discomfort on manavette@morzine.fr
 

SHUTTLES IN MORZINE IN SUMMER

Lines A, E and the little train will be in service from Sunday June 27 to Sunday August 29, 2021.
Line M will be in service from July 05 to August 31.

- Line A : From Pleney, passes through the Pied de la Plagne area then the Tourist Office before heading to Les Prodains. This line allows you to go the Prodains cable car to access Avoriaz. Please note that, while the shuttle is free, you will then need to buy a ticket to take the cable car.
- Line E passes through the centre of the village, then leaves for the southern side of the village via La Salle, Udrezants, Mas Metout and Les Encoches before heading to the Nyon cable car, Erigné and Lac des Mines d’Or.
- Line M directly takes you to Lake Montriond from Morzine Town Hall.
- The little train is also at your disposal. It makes a loop in the centre of the village. It leaves the Pleney area and stops near the Super Morzine gondola. Then, the little train stops in the centre of the village, before heading to the Town Hall then to the aquatic area and the skating rink of Morzine. On the way back, it stops at the cemetery roundabout. 

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