The Portes du Soleil is the largest, internationally linked ski area in the world!

Featuring 13 resorts in two countries and more than 650km of well-groomed piste. The lift systems are practical and convenient, the queues minimal and the slopes uncrowded. From the centre of Les Gets the lifts will quickly transport you into the heart of the region where you can have a coffee in Morzine, (France) lunch in Champery (Switzerland) and stop for a final refreshment at Rosettas, (Les Gets) before the final runs back to the resort. It’s worth mentioning that on a seven-day holiday it is possible to ski in a different region every day!

Advanced Skiers

For advanced skiers, Les Gets offers exciting off-piste possibilities in the Chamoissiere and Nyon areas as well as a number of challenging black runs including the Yeti mogul field. For the ultimate experience the famous Avoriaz Wall is hair-raising at the best of times and in certain conditions is considered one of the most challenging runs in Europe! The Couloirs of Prodains and Champery are stunning and not to be missed. Our favourite Les Gets run is the Chamossiere black under the chair lift where new powder is often waist deep.

Snowboarders

Snowboarders can enjoy the challenging snowboard park in Les Gets complete with banks, rollers and jumps! Throughout the area there are several serious off-piste opportunities, particularly at Chamossiere and through the trees around La Ranfolly, that will give even the most experienced boarder an adrenaline rush! Beyond Les Gets is Avoriaz the snowboarding capital of Europe.

Beginners

Beginners are equally well catered for, the slopes of Les Gets and Morzine offer beautifully groomed tree lined runs ideal for all levels of skier. On the Les Gets nursery slope confidence can be gained before progression to the gentle green and blue runs higher up the mountain. Learning in Les Gets is both challenging and great fun.