What’s new this season for the Morzine ski area ?


A new, fast chairlift, the Bélvédère

The Bélvèdere chairlift has undergone major upgrade works, with a new, high-speed six-seater design replacing the old, four-seater, fixed-clamp version. Supported by eight brand new pylons, the improved chairlift will be able to transport up to 2,800 people per hour when it re-opens this winter. Providing greater safety and comfort, the improved Bélvèdere will offer faster access to the beginner area, as well as to the more demanding pistes at Chamossière and the fun space at the Pointe de Nyon. What’s more, the departure station will have a grass-covered roof, integrating it perfectly into the surrounding area.

A stunning new red piste!

The remodelling of the red Aigle run, going from the summit of Nyon at 2019 metres down to the Nyon plateau at 1413m is now completed. The run is 3 times wider, with 2km of skiing pleasure!

Have fun in the new Eagle Park

The Eagle Park on the Nyon slopes will be completely remodelled for winter 21-22. In this ski area, the more adventurous will be able to test the new XL border-cross, starting from the top of the Raverettes chair. The reshaped and enlarged snow park will offer some new features. In order to use less artificial snow, the features will be created and shaped from an earth base. Air and excitement guaranteed!

A fun informative trail

There is a new fun trail for snowshoeing on the Nyon plateau, allowing the young, and not so young, to learn all the secrets of the local wildlife from its information panels. Afterwards, they can enjoy the fun of sliding on the sledging piste next to it. Something for everyone!

A new  sledging run in Nyon

A sledging run is waiting for you on the Nyon plateau next to the new Aiglon beginners’ ski carpet. Sledges are available at the Pointe de Nyon restaurant.

Le Pas de l’Aigle: viewing platform with excitement guaranteed!

Last winter, a new viewing platform was installed at the summit of nearby Pointe de Nyon, and because of Covid-19 restrictions, it will only now be open to the general public this winter. At an altitude of 2,019m, the new 10m-long glass walkway is called Le Pas de l’Aigle, and can be easily accessed by skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. The attraction features a 350m drop beneath visitors’ feet and a breathtaking 360° view from Lake Geneva to Mont Blanc.
Price: Free (with ski pass)
More info: Access is free and only possible on skis from the top of the Nyon chairlift.