Morzine Piste Map - ski runs/ski slopes in Morzine
Morzine and the neighbouring resorts of Les Gets and Avoriaz offer plenty of choice for skiers of all ages and abilities. The wide, gentle nursery slopes are perfect for beginners, and snow guns mean you need never worry about cover. Progression runs can be found at Le Pléney, at Nyon, and at Super-Morzine.
Intermediates will find a compact network of pistes at Le Pléney, with steepish runs on Mont Chery, which are usually quieter than the main slopes. Experts may find the runs from Pointe de Nyon and Chamossière quite challenging, as are the Hauts Forts blacks at Avoriaz. There’s plenty of off-piste scope, and 95km of cross-country trails, such as the Vallée de la Manche beside the Nyon mountain up to the Lac de Mines d’Or.
Summer mountain biking and hiking in Morzine
Cycling and hiking from your Morzine chalet are the best way to experience the mountains in the summer. Many of the ski lifts operate, so you can take the easy way up before making your way down at your own pace. Many of the mountain restaurants are open for lunch, or you could pack a picnic, with some fresh bread and local cheese. There are more than 200km of signposted trails, from gentle walking route to more strenuous hiking routes.
Cycling routes range from gentle family lakeside rides to gruelling sections of the Tour de France. There are plenty of cycle hire shops in Morzine where you can rent anything from family bikes with trailers to top-of-the-range mountain bikes.
Town centre map
Click on the map below for an enlarged version so you can see the town centre of Morzine, including ski lifts, tourist offices and other helpful information.