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Morzine is nestled within the valleys of the Porte du Soleil area in the French Alps. Morzine is a picturesque and traditional ski resort, sporting panoramic views of the infamous Mont Blanc Massif, the Dents Blanc, and The Aravis. Morzine is located in the region of Haute Savoie and on the French border with Switzerland, Morzine is one of fourteen ski resorts within the Porte du Soleil area and at 1000m is hugely popular amongst skiers and snow boarders over the winter months, and mountain bikers, hikers and golfers during the summer season.

 

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Just one hour away from Geneva, Morzine is also in close proximity to popular historical and spa towns, Annecy, Yvoire, Thonon, and Evian. Unlike many mountain resorts today, commercialism has not yet reached the charming, traditional market town of Morzine, allowing it to preserve its original structures and appealing features throughout the town.

Though predominantly a ski resort, Morzine has adjusted to the modern sports of today allowing it to cater for all types of mountain activities for all ages and abilities. With perfectly equipped slopes for beginners and intermediate levels, Morzine is ideal for families or less-experienced skiers and snow boarders. In addition to this its closeness to Avoriaz enables it to provide more challenging runs for the adventurous, with a large number of exhilarating off-piste trails.

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Morzine is both a summer and winter resort and offers excellent skiing in the winter and popular summer activities and adventure including mountain biking.

Morzine's charisma is evident throughout the town and amongst the large variety of shops, restaurants, regular markets, and horse drawn sleigh rides. The numerous restaurants, après ski venues, and lively bars provide a vibrant evening atmosphere. Two cinemas and an indoor ice skating rink, with regular ice hockey matches, are perfect during those bad weather days.

 

 
 
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