Les Gets Resort Map
The beautiful village of Les Gets is arranged around two main streets. The Front de Neige faces the home run of Les Chavannes and includes the lift pass office and base station. Along this road you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants as well as the bus top. The second main street is lined with boutiques, a couple of supermarkets and more bars and restaurants. Parking in Les Gets is always a little tricky, we’d always recommend parking on the outskirts of the village and walking in.
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Les Gets Piste Map
Les Gets connects to the neighbouring ski resort of Morzine, and the two resorts share a lift pass and a piste map. The links between the two resorts are relatively mellow, so progressing skiers should find them a doddle. The Ranfolly Bowl offers slightly more challenging terrain, with no fewer than 15 different runs descending into a sunny bowl served by five relatively quick and efficient chair lifts of different sizes. For extra thrills and spills, or on a powder day, head out early in the direction of Nyon and Chamossiere for long, steep, leg burning runs on wide open pistes that rarely get too busy. Les Gets has one other very special ski area that it would be remiss of us to neglect! The stand alone mountain of Mont Chery stands tall, proud and covered in snow on the opposite side of the Les Gets valley. It’s covered on your lift pass (you can also buy single day passes for Mont Chery too) and it ascends to 1826m. You’ll discover red and black runs, a pretty well advanced snowpark and, on a clear day, stunning views over towards Mont Blanc.
Download the Les Gets piste map.
Portes du Soleil piste map
It’s often described as the largest ski area in the world, with 600km of piste spreading over two different countries. There are 330 ski runs in the Portes du Soleil, comprised of 37 green pistes, 123 blue, 110 red and 30 black. It’s the ski area that truly offers something for everyone.
Download the Portes du Soleil piste map.