Chalet Morzine blog

We aim to keep you informed of new events, the all important weather forecast, anecdotes of running a chalet, helpful tips and travelling advice and anything else fun and exciting that happens in the lives of Chalet Morzine. View everything we’ve ever written in the blog archive.

Top Red Runs in Morzine/Les Gets

Our world class resort is stuffed with outstanding runs and the reds around the tree line resorts of Morzine-Les Gets include some of our favourites! Marmottes (Mont Chery) Also known as “the run down the back of Mont Chery” – this sweeping red has many points going for it. Notably a much quieter mountainside than […]

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Choosing Snowsports Wear

Choosing Snowsports Wear

If you’ve ever sat in wet ski gear or gone out on a sunny day only to end up soaked to the skin, then read on, as we talk about the technicalities of ski gear and how to pick the right clothing. Maybe you think expensive ski gear has the price tag just for its […]

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The history behind Chalet Morzine!

Family chalet life Life in Chalet Morzine (Chez Pascal) actually began in 1967 when Thierry’s Grandfather, Pascal, decided to build the chalet as an annexe to his very successful Hotel les Cimes. Pascal Rodriguez, Thierry’s grandfather, was born in Spain, just outside Madrid. One of 15 children the Spanish family escaped over the French Spanish […]

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Why Chalet Morzine is such a hit with families!

Family friendly ski chalet Chalet Morzine is absolutely perfect for families. We know how stressful the thought of a holiday with small children can be, and how your holiday criteria can drastically change. The Chalet Morzine catered ski holiday concept has very much been created with children, families and especially mums, in mind. BI-LINGUAL FAMILY […]

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Portes du Soleil Ski Lifts 2016/17

Do you look forward to your Ski holiday in Summer? The Chalet Morzine Team certainly do! We have aleady had our first few frosts in Morzine, and winter 2016/17 is shaping up to be a great winter. Snow cover permitting, the Portes du Soleil ski area should open from the 17th December 2016.

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