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Les Gets/Morizine: Wonderful For Beginners And Intermediates
Les Gets is a village in the southeast of France and is a linked ski resort in the Portes du Soleil. There are some 50 lifts across several distinct ski areas. The ski pass also covers Morzine. A bus connects the two sides of the mountain.
Les Gets is best for beginners and intermediates. The Bowl gives access to the resort's most easily accessible black runs, including Yeti, La Rosta, and Myrtille. There are several off-site options off Yeti, the long black run off Mt. Chammossiere.
The snowpark is located on Mt. Chery, which is on the ski area on the other side of the village. The snowpark has kickers, a spine, rails, boxes, a boarder cross, and a large air bag.
Le Grande Cry is an area of Les Gets that is specifically designed for children. Don't miss the weekly treasure hunts.
Morzine is a traditional market town in the heart of the Portes du Soleil. The resort town is spread across a river gorge, bordered by partially wooded slopes allowing skiing in poor weather conditions.
Geneva is the main airport gateway, 55 km away.