Summer

Morzine in the summer is the perfect place to practice outdoor activities, with postcard views, bordered by rivers, forests and surrounding peaks.
 

Walking, hiking and trail running in Morzine


Walking is truly rejuvenating when practiced in the fresh air. Morzine offers many types of walks and hikes for all levels of practice. There are many easy walks, with a very low vertical drop, whether in the Dérêches park on a 4.5 km long loop along the Dranse river, on the "Fox trail" - a "nature" walk starting in the heart of the village which runs along the Dranse river by the old route of ascent to the pastures of Nyon - or on the Crêtes du Pleney or Super Morzine which offer different marked pedestrian routes with a beautiful exposure to the sun and magnificent views over the valley and the mountains. 
For more advanced hikes, do not hesitate to download the Morzine hiking guide. Trail runners will find a website dedicated to trail running called Morzine Mountain Running. On this website, they will be able to find route ideas for all levels, practical information on specific permanent markings, multi-media topographical guides, information on races ... Nothing has been forgotten.
 

Road cycling in Morzine


Among those who practice road cycling or who follow the Tour de France assiduously, who has never heard of the Col de Joux-Plane, Col de Joux Verte or Col de la Ramaz? All these legendary cols have made Morzine famous in the cycling world. So if you are looking for a new two-wheeled challenge, you will have something to look for when you come to Morzine for a ride. There is a guide to road cycling in Morzine at your disposal: do not hesitate to download it.
 

Morzine, the ideal playground for mountain biking


The Morzine-Les Gets and Portes du Soleil mountain biking area is renowned for being the favourite playground of mountain bikers from all over the world. The varied tracks and their technicality are appreciated by both amateurs and professionals. The Team Santa Cruz Syndicate got it right. It is on the Morzine Bike Park that its riders, such as Greg Minaar, Luca Shaw or Loris Vergier regularly train.