Skiing in winter is Morzine's flagship attraction. The slopes of Morzine are linked to the Portes du Soleil area
, which allows experienced skiers, as well as beginners, to all have fun on beautiful skiing days.
Whether you come with friends or family, in Morzine, you won’t be bored. Start the day with an early breakfast on the pistes, watching the pisteurs at work, before spotting Mont-Blanc from the summit of Pléney. Moving on to the famous Pointe de Nyon and Chamoissière. Then it’s time to explore Avoriaz, or even try the famed Swiss Wall in the Champéry area. At lunch time, how about a Swiss fondue at one of the many traditional restaurants on the pistes?
After a long day, with your skis taking you from one summit to another, with a different view at each turn, it’s time to ski down to Morzine, nestled in the mountains. Or maybe let the kids have a last play in the Pingouins snowpark.
After closing, you can always head back up for a night-time descent on sledges!