Winter sports fans visiting Morzine have three lift pass options. The local area Morzine – Les Gets pass covers the ski runs on the Pleney, over into Les Gets, Mont Chery and Nyon. In our option, this area is big enough for beginner skiers and those wishing to pootle around during a relaxing ski holiday.
Morzine-Les Gets Lift Pass Prices – Winter 16/17
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There’s also an Avoriaz lift pass option too. Avoriaz is accessed from Morzine using the Super Morzine cable car or using the free ski bus network. The resort has its own lift pass, which can only be bought in up to two day stints. If you like your high altitude skiing, you’re visiting the area for the weekend or you’d like to mix and match between the Morzine / Les Gets ski area and Avoriaz, then this pass can be useful. Here’s how the Avoriaz lift pass was priced last winter.
Avoriaz Lift Pass Prices – Winter 16/17
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But without a doubt, intermediate skiers and snowboarders on their one week annual snow blast, should be in the queue for the full area, Portes du Soleil lift pass. Covering kilometre after kilometre of piste, 12 separate ski resorts and two differing countries, lift passes don’t come much bigger or better. When you compare the price of a Portes du Soleil lift pass against other large ski resorts, it’s pretty much always the best in terms of value for money.
Portes du Soleil Lift Pass Prices – Winter 16/17
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|Youth / Senior||€43||€48||€91||€130||€167||€202||€239||€269|
Morzine Lift Pass Office Opening Times
There are four lift pass offices within the Morzine ski area. It’s usually easiest to ask your accommodation provider to collect the lift passes for your group in advance if they can, so you can avoid the queues and head straight for the lifts on the first morning of your holiday.
Morzine Pleney – Located in the centre of Morzine at the bottom of the Pleney homerun, next to Hotel Le Tremplin. Open every day between 8.30am and 5pm
Morzine Office de Tourisme – Again in the centre of Morzine, there’s an outside kiosk where you can buy your Morzine and Portes du Soleil lift passes. Open every day between 8.30am and 4.45pm
Super Morzine – Found at the bottom of the Super Morzine bubble lift which heads towards Avoriaz. Open every day between 8.30am and 4.30pm
Nyon – At the bottom of the Nyon gondola lift you’ll find a lift pass office. Open every day between 8.30am and 4.30pm