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The Portes du Soleil: 12 resorts between France and Switzerland linked by their ski lifts make up the largest cross-border ski area in the world. With 600km of skiing in winter and 1,000km of marked trails in summer, it’s an exceptional playground for skiing, mountain biking and hiking set amidst the breath-taking panoramas between Lake Geneva and the Mont Blanc massif.  

The Chablais Geopark: From the shores of Lake Geneva to the summit of the Hauts-Forts in Morzine-Avoriaz, the UNESCO Chablais World Geopark tells the story of the formation of the Alps, a tale that goes back 250 million years. Among the geological sites that feature, three can be seen from Morzine: the Ardoisières, the Rouleau de Bostan and the Avoriaz belvedere.

Le Bourg de Morzine: The historic centre of Morzine is home to a baroque church of Sainte-Marie-Madeleine dating from 1803, the first building in Morzine to have a roof using local slate and also remarkable for its undulating facades and its organ that’s listed as an historic monument. The presbytery next to the church is located in a bourgeois house, while the Old Bridge over the Dranse links to Rue Bidon and its traditional houses.  

The Parc des Dérêches:
 A huge green haven in the heart of Morzine with a 4.5km trail that loops along the River Dranse and can be walked in its entirety or in sections. In both summer and winter, the park offers sporting and leisure activities for all the family: swimming pools, tennis courts, skating rinks, a horse riding centre, a fitness trail, a skate park, an adventure trail, etc.  

The Bike Park:
 The Morzine Bike Park is a unique mountain bike area. The tracks are handmade by members of the domain’s “bike patrols”. In the summer of 2020, a beginners’ area was constructed with various modules designed to train budding mountain bikers and improve their technique. Nearby, there are two blue runs, the red run redesigned by former French downhill champion Romain Paulhan, and Morzine’s legendary black run.  

Avoriaz is fantastic:
 It was Morzine’s Olympic downhill champion Jean Vuarnet who, in 1960, launched this crazy gamble: creating a ski resort from scratch on the heights above Morzine. Opened in 1966 with the support of developer Gérard Brémond, Avoriaz stands out for its mimetic architecture and its entirely pedestrian concept that were designed by architect Jacques Labro. . .   

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