Morzine is situated between Mont Blanc and Lake Geneva, in the middle of the Portes du Soleil area. Despite it's growing popularity, the village has retained it's Savoyard charm, with traditional wooden chalets with slate roofs and stone foundations.
The terrain around Morzine is best suited to beginners and less experienced skiers, which is why it has become so popular with familes. However it's location allows more experienced skiers easy access to the surrounding areas.
Morzine is also very popular with snowboarders, with various European teams and pro-riders taking advantage of the demanding 'off piste' trails and bustling nightlife!
Resort worker Comments
"Bar girl in Morzine-worked with amazing people and got crunk for free!" Susie Lawrie
"Inferno bar - Morzine, great people, great food, great music :)" Heloise Aubry
"ROBBO's (Bar Robinson) Morzine, Portes du Soleil. Here's to you Mrs. Robinson, Morzine loves you more than you will know. Nothing but Mutzig on tap, an unspoken but strictly upheld seasonnaires-only policy, plenty of room for animated mischief and I'm pretty sure Mr Robinson used to be a spy. Cons: not a far stumble to the river. MUTZIG MADE ME DO IT!" Dan Williams
"Inferno Bar - Morzine! Great people.. great atmosphere.. on the slopes." Abby Brealey
"I second that. Inferno Morzine, snowy BBQ's every wednesday drunken ski down accross the mountains to hit apres. lavely!" Amy Gallagher
"Bhudda Bar, Morzine, closely followed by the Cavern. Or Le Tunnel in Chatel." Fiona Dunlop
"Le Tremplin Morzine. The best apres on a Wednesday... sick atmosphere, amazing people, great music, average wine and fairy lights. Unbeatable combo" Suze Ramsden
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