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We have an apartment in Drouzin me Mont just outside the Portes du Soleil ski area so we normally drive everywhere. This means we can access the lesser known resorts of Abondance, Chapelle d'Abondance and St Jean d'Aulps which are quieter than Avoriaz and Morzine, but we also love Les Gets. The lift infrastructure particularly in the Swiss resorts could... 更多
The Port du Soleil is Europe's largest winter playground, with 1000's of meters of skiing and mountain biking in the summer, the whole area running from Geneva in Switzerland across the French Alps there are stunning walks, views and things to do all year round
Portes du Soleil is actually a brand for a region that encompasses, in one ticket, several ski resorts including Les Gets, Morzine and Avoriaz. Great skiiing, great hiking, great views. And quite different styles between the resorts. Les Gets and Morzine with low chalets village style, while Avoriaz is a daring highrise construction in altitude.
You won't need your French phrase book here. English is readily spoken, and Brits are prevalent, due to the fact that its the nearest Alpine ski area when you drive down from the UK. If you like your holidays to be a home from home, this is it. Not everyone will appreciate hearing so many Brits on the slopes though.... 更多
Seen the bad weather (snow and wind) we only saw the Swiss side of Portes du Soleil. Lifts were closed for 1.5 day - snow storms. Les crosets : not much to see/do when you can't ski.
Have been skiing here for years and I still find little gems of places to ski. The off piste is great as not too many people venture away from the obvious areas. The food on the mountain side is good value.
Massive range but everybody knows that. Pitiful piste signage unless you are happy knowing that you are heading in the general direction of Morgins, or 'France' . Piste selection by number is an art here not as clear cut as, say, the Pyrenees. Ski and Public transport abounds but it is less joined up than the Swiss PR would have... 更多