The Portes du Soleil is the largest, internationally linked ski area in the world. It features 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.
You can quickly go from one of our chalets in Les Gets and Morzine to the lifts and be transported into the heart of the region. 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 run back to the resort.
Piste information for Les Gets
The main slopes in Les Gets are accessed by gondola and chairlift, the chairlift is shared with Morzine. On the opposite side of the Les Gets ski area is Mont Chéry, these runs are some of the most challenging in the area. Les Gets offers a mixture of wide, open slopes and runs through wooded areas.
Click here for a ‘live’ piste map to see which of the Les Gets lifts are open today.
Piste information for the Portes du Soleil (including Morzine)
Chalet Tavernier is situated less than a 2 minute, on-demand Ski 2 minibus transfer from the bottom of the Prodains Express cable car which takes you up to Avoriaz. This new cable car carries 35 people per car and transports up to 2,400 skiers per hour on its 4 minute journey from 1,161 metres up to 1,736 metres.
Click here for a link to a piste map of the Portes du Soleil ski area (all of our Chalet Tavernier catered chalet holidays include this lift pass as part of your holiday package)
Our holidays to Chalet Tavernier include a Portes du Soleil lift pass as part of your holiday package
- 286 runs
- 152 green/blue
- 107 red
- 27 black
- Approx number of snow cannons: 209
- Total km of piste: 650 km
The Portes du Soleil ski area is made up of the following resorts:
Click here for a Portes du Soleil piste map