We’ll keep this page updated on logistics, traffic restrictions and other information regarding the arrival of stage 14 of the Tour de France in Morzine on Saturday 15th July and the departure of the race from Les Gets on Sunday 16th July.
Latest update – 13/07/23
Which route will Le Tour de France take into Morzine?
Stage 14 of Le Tour begins in Annemasse and arrives in Morzine via the Col de Joux Plane. The riders will descend from the Col, down the route des Nants, turning left and rounding the Sporting Hotel, heading under the bridge and towards the fire station. They’ll turn left at the roundabout before heading along the route le a Manche and past the Mairie de Morzine-Avoriaz. The riders will ascend the rue du Bourg to the finish line outside the Office de Tourisme.
Morzine Road Closures & Restrictions during Le Tour de France 2023
We’ve translated the official road plan into English, it indicates the dates and times of traffic restrictions in Morzine village centre on 14th and 15th July 2023. In a nutshell, don’t try to drive into the village.
Parking & Shuttle Bus Arrangements in Morzine during Le Tour de France
It will be impossible to drive into, around or through Morzine village centre on 14th and 15th July because of Le Tour de France. It’s therefore recommended that you use one of several car parks on the outskirts of the village and then use the free shuttle bus service to access the village.
Where’s the best place to watch the race descend into Morzine?
Without doubt you should heat to the top of the Col de Joux Place to watch the riders finish their last climb before descending into Morzine. As a guide, the race is expected to pass over the Col de Joux Plane at 5pm. The Charniaz chairlift will open on 15th July, giving you quick and easy access to the race, with several excellent spectator points on the roadside.
***Portes du Soleil ski passes will also allow access to the Chairlift.
(For information, the ascent and descent cannot be done simultaneously, which means the lifts will operate in an upwards direction before the race arrives and a downwards direction one it’s all over)
ALSO AVAILABLE: Special “Tour de France” passes at the ticket offices from Thursday 13/07 (not available online). Advance purchase is strongly recommended. These special passes include:
– Access to a special lane at the start of the Charniaz chairlift.
– Public shuttles – 3 buses rotating between Les Prodains and the Nyon cable car approximately every 15min, from 9am to 8pm.
(A stop is planned at the turn of the cemetery / route de la Manche at the level of the “visitor info” point.)
There will also be a bus from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the route de la Plagne.
Les Gets FAN ZONE
I’m staying in Avoriaz / elsewhere in the Portes du Soleil, how can I get to Morzine to watch the race?
Information for Morzine residents.
Between 7th and 16th July 2023, the roads through the village will be disrupted in preparation for the arrival of Le Tour. If you live in Morzine, you must pre-register for an access pass with the Mairie de Morzine-Avoriaz before 30th June. This will be validated and sent to you by email. You can request your access pass using this QR code:
Which route will le Tour take out of Les Gets on Sunday 16th July?
Les Gets hosts a stage depart of Le Tour de France for the first time in its history. In the village square (on the site of the current pump track) there’ll be activities and entertainment all day. The official parade of Le Tour will pass along the Front de Neige, turn and pass along the rue de Centre from 11.05am on Sunday 16th July. This is a fantastic spectacle and shouldn’t be missed. The riders will depart from outside the Office de Tourisme at 13.05pm, turning onto the rue de Centre and leaving Les Gets on the D903, direction Taninges and on to St Gervais Mont Blanc. There are many excellent spectator points along the route.
How do I get from Morzine to Les Gets on Sunday 16th to watch the race depart?
The road between Morzine and Les Gets closes at 6am on this day but there’ll be free shuttle busses running between the villages from 7am until 5pm.
The two shuttles connect the bottom of the Pleney with the Colombière roundabout in Les Gets with a passage every 15 minutes. From the map below, it also looks like there’s a stop en-route at the Savoy Hotel roundabout.
Naturally, we can expect these two shuttles to be extremely busy. An alternative is to take the Pleney lift and walk down to Les Gets to watch the race, or cycle along the road between the villages.
In the meantime, good luck to everyone involved in the planning of these massive events!