Skiing in Morzine
Whether you’re a complete beginner who’s never strapped on a pair of skis before or a highly experienced black run expert, with such a variety of skiing and snowboarding options on offer in Morzine, there’s something to suit everyone. There are also a number of ski schools with top instructors and shops where you can hire all the essential equipment. To access the mountains, you’ll need to buy a ski/lift pass, the most popular choice being the Portes du Soleil Ski Pass which lets you access all lifts across the region.
Morzine itself is a bustling, thriving resort set deep in the Alp mountain range by the France-Switzerland border. As well as offering world-class skiing, Morzine is bursting with local shops, restaurants and bars, ideal for making the most après ski and souvenir shopping.
At the end of a long day on the slopes you’ll need the perfect ski chalet in Morzine to sooth away aching muscles and replenish with a hearty meal ready for the next day’s adventure.
The perfect ski chalet, Morzine
Nestled in a picture-postcard village just outside of Morzine, Chalet Heavenly is the perfect base to explore the surrounding slopes, especially with the help of your very own chauffeur. It’s constructed in the traditional ski chalet Morzine style, with beautiful exposed wood, large open spaces and floor to ceiling windows framing the panoramic views of the awaiting mountains.
Inside, you’ll find five en-suite bedrooms, each stocked with luxurious toiletries, fluffy robes and slippers, a gorgeous living area complete with statement fireplace to help warm up chilly toes and a fully equipped kitchen where your personal chef will whip up all your meals. There’s also a large, indoor sauna while outside in the garden is a hot tub, whose welcoming waters are the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day.
With stunning accommodation, personal chef, chauffeur, sauna and hot tub, Chalet Heavenly is the ultimate ski chalet in Morzine. Book your blissful skiing holiday today.
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