There’s nothing quite like the night sledging experience in Morzine. It’s fun, exhilarating and is a really unique way to spend some extra time on the slopes when everyone else has gone home. Night sledging takes place at the top of the Pleney once skiing has finished for the day. An instructor gives you a sledge and a head torch and leads you down Piste B (edge of the Pleney) back to the lively apres bars at the bottom of the slopes. It’s loads of fun and you’ll be lucky if you manage to stay in your sledge the whole way down! Guided tours take place most evenings.
There are also plenty of places in Morzine and Les Gets to go sledging as a family. At the bottom of the Chavannes in Les Gets there’s a dedicated area for families with small children. In Morzine, the base of the Pleney is a popular sledging spot because you can also have a couple of drinks at any of the bars that back onto the piste. Most sports shops rent sledges out for very little. This is a cheap and fun way to keep the family entertained for hours.
We have a choice of 6 fully catered, luxury ski chalets in Morzine and 3 in Les Gets.
Self Catered Chalets
We run 5 beautiful self-catered properties in Morzine and one ski in ski out self-catered chalet in Les Gets.
Morzine and Les Gets's proximity to Geneva airport make them ideal ski resorts for a short stay. We offer 3 and 4 night short stays in our catered chalets.
Winter Holiday Activities
You don't need to be mad about skiing or snowboarding to have a fantastic winter holiday in Morzine & Les Gets. There is plenty of winter activities on offer for the less keen skier or boarder or for those that don't ski at all either in resort or on the mountain . Both Morzine and Les Gets are also popular resorts for families with specially designed sledging areas, weekly activities for children, snow gardens and lots more.