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- Good-sized, varied, lightly wooded slopes shared with Les Gets
- Good nightlife by French standards
- Quite attractive chalet-style town, popular in summer
- Few queues or crowds locally unless good weekend weather attracts a weekend influx
- Just off the Portes du Soleil circuit
- Bus ride or long walk to lifts from much of the accommodation
- Low altitude and exposure to westerlies means some risk of rain and poor snow
- Few tough pistes for experts
- Weekend crowds
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Morzine is a long-established year-round resort, popular for its easy road access, traditional atmosphere and gentle wooded slopes; bad weather rarely causes problems (except that it rains here not infrequently). For keen piste-bashers wanting to ski the Portes du Soleil circuit regularly, the main drawback is that you’re slightly off the main circuit. But there are ways to deal with that.
News – 2012/13
The Troncs chairlift, useful for returning from Les Gets, will become a six-pack, and the Prodains cable car up to Avoriaz is to be replaced by a gondola.
News – 2011/12
A new water sports centre opened, with a 25m pool, learner and paddling pools and a spa area. Nine more snow-guns were installed in the Pléney and Nyon sectors.
News – 2010/11
A new six-pack to the top of Chamossière replaced the triple chair and Blanchots draglift. Eleven new snow-guns were installed on the Pléney and Nyon sectors. A new lift pass for five consecutive hours starting any time has replaced the half-day pass.