Ski 2 in the Press

From time to time Les Gets and Morzine gets featured in the press, we’ve collected some links below which may be of interest.

2019

welove2ski.com – Les Gets Resort Guide

Les Gets: a favourite among families

www.weloveto2ski.com, October 2019

New runs to open in Les Gets

Les Gets has announced two new ski runs will be available this winter, one a new blue easy run, the other a ski touring slope but for uphill skier traffic only!

www.inthesnow.com, August 2019

Review of Les Gets snowboarding

Les Gets is an underrated ski area. It is bigger than many ski areas and you can easily explore the wider Portes Du Soleil. There are a couple of small snow parks, plus a boardercross within Les Gets plus loads more parks in Avoriaz.

www.awe365.com, March 2019

2018

Ski Resorts That Will Go Big For Valentine’s Day 2018

Les Gets does Valentine’s Day better than most of the world’s ski resorts, running specially decorated gondola cabins up to Mont Chéry where you’ll be served with a glass of fizz on the ride up.

www.inthesnow.com, February 2018

Why a family ski holiday is the best kind of family holiday

To be able to experience incredible destinations with the people you love by your side – there’s nothing better. We believe that family skiing holidays are far and away the best possible holiday you can take with your loved ones.

www.inthesnow.com, January 2018

2017

Ski resorts: is bigger always better?

The Portes-du-Soleil spans a huge area covering France and Switzerland, and with 30 snow parks and 286 pistes, it provides plenty of entertainment for both timid and adventurous skiers.
If you’re looking for somewhere more tranquil, Les Gets provides a small, family-friendly base from which to explore the wider resort. Its larger neighbour Morzine has plenty of activities to choose from, including ice diving, snowmobiling, tobogganing, snowshoeing and an ice rink.

www.inthesnow.com, November 2017

2016

From Kazakhstan to Canada via the Cairngorms: 10 of the best places to go skiing

Les Gets is family-friendly with gentle, tree-lined lower slopes for beginners and higher, steeper pistes. Its five mountain flanks face different directions, so the area is great for tracking perfect snow conditions at different times of day.

www.theguardian.com, October 2016

2013

Les Gets and the resorts of the Portes du Soleil

The great thing about this area is that it offers one of the shortest transfers from Geneva at around an hour so you can catch a morning flight from the UK and be on the slopes by lunchtime.

www.thetelegraph.co.uk, February 2013