When Morzine and nature become one!


  • Morzine and its nature	 - © Sam Ingles
Naure and welness are two adjectives that define Morzine, with its endless forests, iconic animals and breathtaking views of the village, Morzine is THE PLACE TO BE for all nature lovers and those seeking tranquillity.
  • Yoga in the heart of nature
  • Flower picking
  • toast
  • Pesto with wild garlic

This summer we want you to enjoy nature and pamper yourself with our two nature and wellness events

  • Morzine in the heart of nature from 18th to 22nd July 2022
    Take advantage of this week to take care of yourself and pamper yourself! For a whole week, Morzine takes care of its holidaymakers and offers them moments of well-being to recharge their batteries. A moment of serenity in the heart of the mountains to indulge yourself! Recharge your batteries, take care of yourself, relax and be amazed will be the key words of this week.
  • Nature and plants fair from 23 to 24 July 2022
    Morzine is a green city for nature lovers to enjoy! Discover the benefits of plants for your health. Natural elements full of virtues and properties that have been used for thousands of years. Specialists and professionals will be there to advise you and give you tips on how to use plants in your daily life. A unique event to reconnect with nature and take care of yourself.

Exceptional sites in the heart of Morzine

    An immense haven of greenery in the centre of Morzine, the Dérêches Park offers 10 or more sporting activities, including a shady walk in a 4.5 km loop along the river Dranse. Benches and tables are dotted along the river’s edge, great for a picnic or to relax. - Here’s a good thought: if you fancy a refreshing dip, the park offers a swimming pool complex with several pools (indoor and outdoor), three saunas, and two steam rooms !
    Accessible by cable car, these peaks can be explored via various routes. Benefiting from excellent sunshine and magnificent views of the valley and surrounding mountain tops, these spots are a must-visit during a stay in Morzine.
    On this easy 3 km walk, young and old alike can explore the beauty of Lake Montriond, the third largest lake in Haute-Savoie. Enjoy watching the reflections of the Roc d'Enfer, and a little further on, hikers will discover the hamlet of Les Albertans and its traditional old chalets of the region. Too hot? Why not take a refreshing dip in the lake?
    This pretty bucolic lake, surrounded by meadows and pine forest, can be easily explored on foot following the information panels which explain the biodiversity of the location and the importance of the functioning forest. - A little tip: once at Lake Mines d’Or, walkers can extend their excursion and follow the migratory birds to the passes of Le Cou and Bretolet.
    Time for a family outing! This walk runs along the banks of the river Dranse along the old route up to the alpine meadows of Nyon. Hikers of all ages will discover the life and times of Gaspard the fox, in his natural environment on the river bank, and learn more about local geology.
Find all our activities here!

Did you know ?

Wildlife and nature are among Morzine's main concerns. In September 2021, the resort was awarded with the "Flocon Vert" label for its environmentally responsible actions. The work carried out by the town hall and the Morzine-Avoriaz and Avoriaz 1800 Tourist Offices has been carried out with the aim of moving towards more responsible and greener tourism by carrying out federative projects!

To protect birds, all the ski lift cables have been fitted with visualizers every 5 metres or so to avoid collisions, and there are also two protected areas for the Black Grouse, the most emblematic bird in the Alps.
Furthermore, in collaboration with the ONF, each cut of wood carried out on the ski area is counted so that trees are replanted in areas of the Chablais that need it with local species such as spruces, firs and larches.

A campaign to raise awareness of the importance of environmental protection in the ski area has also been put in place.
  • Tetras lyre - © Bernard Bellon