Morzine Weather

What's the weather like today in Morzine? And what is the weather forecast for the next few days in the Portes du Soleil? You are right to wonder. In the mountains, more than anywhere else, it is important to know the weather conditions before any outing. The weather can change quickly, and for your well-being and your safety, you should always leave well equipped.

Whether you are planning a mountain hike or a walk in the centre of the village, take note of the latest complete Morzine weather report, as well as the forecast for the coming days. Here you will find the latest updates on sky conditions, temperature and wind speed. This information is provided up to 5 days in advance.
On this page, you will also have access to information concerning the snow conditions live in the centre of Morzine (1000m above sea level), at Pléney (1500m), at Nyon (2000m), as well as at Avoriaz (1800m) and in Hauts Forts (2500m above sea level).

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To see real time conditions on the pistes and in the village check out the Morzine webcams. These give you up to the minute views of the Morzine weather and the snow conditions. 

To find out about the different ski passes for Morzine, Avoriaz and the Portes du Soleil as well as any special offers head to our ski pass page. The best offers are available online so book online before leaving your accommodation to head to the slopes! 

We also recommend you check the Portes du Soleil piste opening information. Opening times can change due to snowfall as the pisteurs and groomers work hard to get the slopes into top condition and safe and ready for skiers. Keep an eye on the real-time lift status which is updated every day to help you know what’s open where. 

During the season, info on slopes and ski lifts is constantly updated. Please note, the slopes and lifts will be indicated as closed every evening and until the next morning before the daily reopening.

When in the mountains weather can change quickly, so when you’re packing for your Morzine ski holiday make sure you prepare for all eventualities! Whatever the time of year, don’t forget your sunscreen. This is an important protection for the delicate skin on your face so make sure it’s applied before heading out onto the slopes. Don’t be fooled if it’s a cold day, the sun’s rays may still be very strong! It’s also wise to plan a few layers so you can adapt depending on the temperature. Being able to add or remove a mid-layer can help if one day is warmer than another, or if you head onto the slopes and find it’s warmer or cooler than you expected! Having spare gloves and layers for little ones will help if they want to play out in the snow after skiing. Keeping them warm and dry is essential to an enjoyable skiing experience! If you need any extra kit then the Morzine ski shops will be able to advise you on what to choose.

If you’re in the village and needing a space to shelter from the cold with little ones, then there are lots of options for a warming hot chocolate in our restaurants and bars. There is also a free children’s play area in the Morzine Tourist Office.