What to do in Morzine when the weather's bad?


Even if you check your crystal ball 6 months before departure, you never know what kind of weather Mother Nature is going to forecast for your stay.
But you don't have to suffer through Netflix and chill!
So ditch your slippers for your best warm shoes and get out there and experience the different activities and places that will make you forget the sweet sound of rain...

Follow the guide!
Get your swimming costumes ready!

You can do your laps in the large pool, which measures 25m by 15m and is heated to 27°C.
Once you've done your laps - or not, as some people are there just to relax, to their credit - you can take advantage of the three saunas and two steam rooms in the wellness area.
For more information on opening times and entrance fees, click here and get ready!

If, on the other hand, you want to relax in the middle of a lush tropical forest, that's possible too.
For that, you'll have to go up to Avoriaz to bask in water at 30°C, taking advantage of the artificial rivers, bubble baths and outdoor jacuzzi.
For opening times and entry conditions, click here.

If you want to stay in the world of winter and cold, it's possible!
The Palais des Sports is home to an indoor ice rink measuring 56m by 26m, where the hockey team Les Pingouins de Morzine play. For public opening times, click here.
If you don't have your own skates, don't worry, you can hire some on site, prices here.
Want to learn something new? It's possible!

You can visit the Abbey of Saint Jean d'Aulps, with a permanent exhibition explaining the history of the monastery and a temporary exhibition.
If you're a music lover, you can visit the Musée de la Musique Mécanique in Les Gets, where 900 unique exhibits are brought together in one place.
Let yourself be surprised by mechanical music! Find out more here.

Want to learn more about how a farm works?
The Ferme de Seraussaix is the place for you.
Here, everyone pitches in, but each has his or her own speciality. With a herd of 52 dairy cows, the Gaec grazes the Seraussaix mountain pasture in summer.
In winter, the cows are in the cowshed and eat the hay produced during the summer.
They will be delighted to open their doors to you to share their daily lives and pass on their values and passion!
For more information on when the farm is open to the public, click here.

Interested in the world of agriculture?
Then the Chèvrerie des Ardoisières is the place for you. This is a family-run business that lives in their mountain pastures in the summer and in the Ardoisières valley the rest of the time.
They'll share their know-how with you, explaining the steps involved in making cheese and showing you how the milk is processed.
Cheese sales and snacks at the mountain pasture every day from 10am to 6pm.
Cheese for sale at the farm in Morzine Monday to Friday from 5.30pm to 7pm.
Open Wednesday to Sunday for visits.
We advise you to book in advance.
Information and bookings: 06 31 57 01 40
You can also discover the world of the mountains by coming to Jacquotte's world to find out more about life in the mountain pastures, biodiversity and alpine flora and fauna.
Information: 04 50 79 00 38
Never had the chance to play an escape game?
Then maybe it's time you did.
You can go to the centre of Morzine, to Le Room Escape Game. You have 60 minutes to solve the riddles and escape.
It's ideal for a group of 6 adults and/or teenagers, and you can book up to 12 hours in advance.
Find out more here!

Have you ever dreamed of taking part in a TV quiz?
At Pulse Activity, you can play with your family or friends by taking part in a quiz called "Who wants to win some reblochons? ".
By answering the questions correctly, you'll have the chance to discover local products with the ultimate aim of winning THE reblochon.
To take part, you need to book in advance, details here.

Need to work on your golf swing?
Don't worry, you can do it under cover, in the warmth of our service provider Oh my golf.
Thanks to their simulator, you can book a session and share a moment with golf enthusiasts and curious beginners.
Open all year round, every day!
More info here!
Forgotten your book on the bedside table at home?
Don't worry, you'll find what you're looking for in our village library.
Borrowing from the Morzine library is free for everyone, whether you're a resident or just on holiday, everyone is welcome.
There's a wide selection of books on the shelves in a range of languages (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Russian, German, etc.).
Find out more here!