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During high season would advise to avoid this ski area unless you enjoy big cues at the lifts and large crowds. Its very very crowded. During low season its ok but do avoid childrend holidays.
Also the skilifts and facilities are less modern compared to...More
We visited Morzine which was a great location to take advantage of the Portes du Soleil area ski pass. One day over to the Les Gets side on Le Pleney lift and the next over on the Super Morzine to the Avoriaz side. The pisted...More
I love this place. The whole of the 'Portes Du Soleil' is not only just for mountain bikers in the summer. You can have hiking, lakes, paragliding, zip-line, white water rafting and other activities. If you are a mountain biker you will love the range...More
There is a Multi-Pass available for very little cost [€9.-- initially, which can then be recharged on a daily basis]. This enables you to go up and down a huge number of cable cars and chair lifts for the whole day, which is a fantastic...More
This is a fantastic hotel with a huge offer in terms of winter sports.
The Portes du Soleil covers two countries (France and Switzerland) but the prices are not exaggerated as other winter resorts in Switzerland.
This is a popular place but there are never...More
Avoriaz is the heart of this massive area and is also the most popular and easy to reach from Morzine. For this reason the pistes does get bashed up each day and gets mogully very quickly.
Head for the TSD Mossette lift for Les...More
This huge ski area straddling the French/Swiss border offers magnificent skiing for all abilities. There are so many marked pistes that it would be possible to spend a week without skiing the same route twice - and we were skiing 60-70 km a day. The...More