Morzine Resort Map
Morzine village centre is easy to navigate on foot. Spreading from the ‘old town’ which begins outside the town hall and ancient church, the Rue du Bourg is Morzine’s main commercial street. Here you’ll find shops, bars and cafes as well as estate agents and the famous Bar Robinson. The Rue du Bourg extends into the newer, more commercial centre of Morzine with the Office de Tourisme at its heart. Several restaurants, more bars and ski shops surround the Office de Tourisme square, and this is also where you’ll find the ice rink. From here it’s easy to navigate your way to the Pleney lift station.
If you’re driving into Morzine, there’s a one-way system in operation. It’s worth planning your route before you head out!
Download a copy of the Morzine resort map.
Morzine Piste Map
Morzine lies at the very heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, with 600km of piste on its doorstep. With Morzine as your base, it’s often hard to explore all that the Portes du Soleil has to offer in just one week. Leaving the resort in the direction of the Pleney, a full day can be spent in the Nyon sector, exploring the super-high Chamossiere area. The tree-lined runs and bowls of Les Gets are also likely to consume a full day during your trip. On the opposite side of the valley, the Super Morzine lift offers speedy access to Avoriaz and the wider Portes du Soleil.
Download the Morzine 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.