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"Two very different seasons. Two very different worlds"

Exploring the Differences Between Summer and Winter in the French Alps.

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Morzine offers a vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere that caters to all kinds of skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts. As part of the world's largest linked ski area, it boasts access to over 650 km of slopes in the Portes Du Soleil, with direct links to Avoriaz which itself reaches an impressive altitude of 2400 meters and therefore great snow fall. Beginner, intermediate or expert, there's plenty of exciting ski terrain to explore.

Morzine also benefits from superior snow quality compared to other higher French resorts, with meticulously maintained pistes and over snow 500 cannons.

The après scene in Morzine is perfect for after a long day on the slopes featuring traditional french cuisine, live music and house bands with The Dixie Micks one of the most popular. Meanwhile, Avoriaz has the famous Folie Douce, renowned for its impressive slope-side parties.

Click more to see what else is on offer and what we recommend not to miss out on whilst visiting the Portes du Soleil this Winter.


For the ultimate alpine adventure activity holiday with friends or family, visit Morzine and Avoriaz in the summer. Take a deep breath of the freshest air and marvel at the stunning scenery of the Portes du Soleil.

The area offers a variety of exciting activities to experience the beauty of the alpine region in the summer. From tranquil lakes and majestic mountains to lively rivers and thrilling adventures like mountain biking, climbing, rafting, road biking, swimming and walking, there's something for everyone.

Planning your perfect summer holiday in The French Alps is a breeze with all the information you need available below. Click more to see what is on offer and what we recommend not to miss out on whilst visiting the Portes du Soleil this Summer.

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