Reviews Morzine

Skiresort ratings

Skiresort ratings for Morzine compared to all other skiresorts. Based on 14 reviews.

Overall 72 Skiing 76Skiregion 73
8.0 7.68.1 7.77.2 7.07.0 7.07.0 7.4
7.5 7.67.0 7.17.3 7.76.8 7.06.2 7.4

7.8 Morzine, Valais

Novice 8Advanced 8Expert 7Off-Piste 8Snow 8
Family 7Ambiance 8Nature 9Walking 7Lifts n.a.

Een heel mooi en groot skigebied! De pistes zijn prima in orde. Er zijn erg veel blauwe en rode pistes. Het is een groot skiegebied en je skiet zo naar Zwitserland. Er ligt vrijwel altijd sneeuw aangezien het hoog ligt. Het dorp is van alle gemakken voorzien en alle appartementencomplexen liggen aan de piste. Je skiet zo naar de liften. Avoriaz is qua prijzen redelijk. In Frankrijk liggen de prijzen meestal hoger dan in Oostenrijk, maar het is niet zo duur als La Plagne. De sfeer is erg goed en de apres-ski mag er ook wezen voor franse begrippen. ...

Review by Francis Ebbens from Amsterdam on Sunday Jul 29th. Visited Morzine in march 2007 as friends

6.9 Morzine, Valais

Novice 7Advanced 8Expert 7Off-Piste 6Snow 7
Family 7Ambiance 7Nature 7Walking 6Lifts n.a.

Morzine ist ein fantastisches Dorf, es strahlt wirklich etwas aus. Auf die eine oder andere Art hat es etwas eliteartiges. In der direkten Umgebung gibt es schöne Pisten für Anfänger aber um richtig schön Ski oder Snowboard zu fahren können Sie am besten mit der Seilbahn von les Prodain aus (Außenbezirk von Morzine ) nach Avoriaz fahren. Von Morzine aus können Sie alle paar Minuten mit dem Skibus zur Seilbahn fahren.Morzine selbst hat ein lebendiges Après-Ski und einige schöne Restaurants und Bars. Außerdem gibt es im Zentrum viele Geschäfte, wo Sie sowohl Ski- als auch normale Kleidung kaufen können. Kurzum es lohnt sich, insbesondere wenn Sie nicht per se mitten im Skizirkus sein ...

Review by Gerhardt from Bonn on Thursday Jul 19th. Visited Morzine in december 2006 as friends

7.6 Morzine, Valais

Novice 8Advanced 8Expert 7Off-Piste 7Snow 8
Family 8Ambiance 8Nature 7Walking 7Lifts n.a.

My family stayed in the resort for one week in February 2005. Skiied all seven days. Thoroughly enjoyed until the last minute of lift operations in almost everyday. This was the first experience of staying right on the slope. We stayed in an apartment, therefore no loss of time for travelling. Ski in and out and my wife preferred to ski back a little earlier than we do so to prepare meals. Feeling excited to see many other people around, the slopes however are unbelievably wide and well maintained to allow flow of skiiers at own speed. Mostly blue slopes which suit us and tried some red slopes, particularly by my boys. There is opportunity to ski to the Swiss side. What a special experience...

Review by Victor Kung from Hong Kong on Tuesday Jan 23rd. Visited Morzine in february 2005 as couple

7.3 Morzine, Valais

Novice 8Advanced 8Expert 7Off-Piste 7Snow 7
Family 7Ambiance 8Nature 7Walking 7Lifts n.a.

Currently doing a season in Morzine. Fantastic all-round resort. Has to be said if you want to ski hard and fast for the week, Avoriaz is by far the better location. The bubble-car and two slow chairlifts are the only way to Avoriaz (with the exception of getting the bus to Les Prodains telecabin.) It is a tiresome long traverse and is not the best way to spend a week. However, once on top of Avoriaz, Les Portes du Soleil area is just mind-blowing. Only done the full circuit once this year - first and last lift! Im positive I couldnt have gone any quicker! For a cheap family stay its ideal, good apres-ski atmosphere, fantastic beginner slopes on the Morzine les Gets side. On the other hand i...

Review by Mike from London on Sunday Dec 31st. Visited Morzine in january 2006 as couple

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