Morzine Ski Resort

Morzine ski resort has easy access to Geneva and hundreds of miles of pistes through its link with the enormous Portes du Soleil ski area. No two days are the same in this vast collection of interconnected ski resorts. The skiing area covers everything from beginner to extreme freeride, all on one lift pass. The wide village nursery slopes are ideal for beginners and there are also around 216km of cross-country trails to explore. This coupled with the town’s proximity to the airport makes Morzine ski resort ideal for a weekend ski getaway.

This traditional French farming town oozes Savoyard charm, complete with attractions such as a weekly market, a multitude of traditional rustic chalets and a whole host of luxury accommodation and dining options.

Morzine ski resort is a great choice for groups of skiers or families who are looking for an all-round ski resort. Morzine has superb skiing, charming hotels and lively après.

Call our ski experts today to find out more about skiing Morzine.

Morzine Transfer Time
Map Marker 1h 25m

Best For...

  • Après ski
  • Short transfers
  • Traditional Alpine charm

Resort Statistics

  • Resort Altitude 1,000m
  • Skiing Altitude 2,466m
  • Total Ski Area 600km
  • Lifts 201
  • Blue Runs 320km
  • Red Runs 210km
  • Black Runs 70km
  • Cross Country 216km

Ski Accommodation in Morzine, France

Our collection of Morzine ski accommodation has been hand-picked by our ski experts. Whether you’re looking for a luxury escape, a boutique hotel or something suitable for the whole family, our experts would be delighted to help you find the perfect accommodation for your ski holiday.

Ski accommodation
Ski Areas in Morzine

Ski Areas in Morzine

Morzine ski resort is part of the Portes du Soleil ski area which connects AvoriazChâtelLes Gets and many more ski resorts all into one giant circuit with 600km of skiable slopes. The skiing area is perfect for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers alike with a high volume of blues and reds. Those who enjoy cross-country skiing have approximately 48km of cross-country skiing trails in Morzine.

Skiing in Morzine

Skiing in Morzine

Beginners will find gentle nursery slopes around Morzine ski resort as well as in nearby Avoriaz. Intermediate skiers have an almost infinite amount of challenging ski areas with a plethora of cruising blues and steeper, more challenging reds. Advanced skiers looking for the hardest slopes in the area will be happy to find plenty of black runs including the infamous ‘Swiss Wall’ in Avoriaz. Freeride skiers can also expect to find some extremely enjoyable powder bowls through scenic trees.

Best Ski Runs in Morzine
Snowboarding in Morzine

Snowboarding in Morzine

Snowboarders will find long, wide pistes in Morzine and some fantastic off-piste through the trees and into powder bowls. Beginner snowboarders will enjoy the gentle, quiet slopes which are perfect for building up technique on. The terrain parks in Les Gets and Avoriaz are also worth visiting if you’re looking to practice your rails and kickers.

Top Runs

Le Pleney
Has a compact network of pistes that are ideal for groups of mixed abilities

Le Ranfoilly to Le Grand Pré
Offers a long cruising blue run down and is perfect for every level of skier

Strong intermediate skiers will enjoy the challenging red and black runs

Ski Schools in Morzine

Ski Schools in Morzine

With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.

We’ve partnered with New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all skiing ability levels.

Book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers. If you’re travelling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.

Crèches in Morzine

Crèches in Morzine

There are lots of choices for childcare in Morzine ski resort, with ESF’s ski kindergartens available for children from three years old, as well as private nanny services with Cheeky Monkey’s Childcare.

Morzine Town

Restaurants in Morzine

Atelier (at the Hotel Samoyède) – probably the best fine dining restaurant in town.

La Kinkerne – cosy, family-run restaurant serving traditional dishes, popular with the locals.

Le Mas de la Coutettaz – banquet-style dining in a historic farmhouse setting.

Best Restaurants in Morzine
Après Ski in Morzine

Après Ski in Morzine

Le Crepu – great hangout with a party atmosphere, especially on the large terrace.

Dixie Bar – three main bars give the choice of Irish, Spanish or English-themed nights.

Tibetan Café – the relaxed atmosphere and comfy sofas make it perfect for catching up with friends.

Best Après Ski in Morzine
Non-Skiers in Morzine


Non-skiers will find there are still plenty of other things to do if skiing isn’t for you. There is a world-class sports facility in Morzine ski resort that offers plenty of alternative winter sports activities such as husky sledding, ice driving and even parapenting.

Things To Do in Morzine

Map of Morzine

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