Morzine, Resorts



I am going to give a special mention to a few companies, bars and restaurants in this blog. I want to be transparent I have no affiliation, discount or have been paid off to mention them  haha, these recommendations are all from our trips and experiences with have had with them.

So with that being said, let get you from the Geneva to the resort.

Skiddy Gonzales ( )

These are the guys for the job. You can’t miss them and if you have been skiing before you may have even seen them in the airport (the drivers all wear huge sombreros), so you can spot them as soon as you enter the arrivals hall. Which makes the chaos of Geneva Airport a lot easier.
Also just a quick tip there is a little cafe as you come out of the arrivals hall, do not be tempted to grab your first cold one here (the prices are marked up to an insane level). If you want something to eat for the drive and some roadies turn left as you come out the arrivals door and walk down the terminal, there is a supermarket there which have some sandwiches, drinks and cold beers, you’re welcome.

Once you are in resort the first job, once you have settled into your chalet or hotel, is to get some boots, skis or a board (if you’re that way inclined). 

All Mountain Rental are your guys for equipment hire.

Jamie is the top dog who will sort out anything you need, They offer reservation through the website and you can even request certain skis for your weeks hire. Equipment can be delivered directly to your door when you arrive in resort and collected again when you’re finished or you can go down to his store, check it out and shoot the shit with the boys in there.
If you are getting boots we would recommend that you go into the store to try a few pairs on especially if it’s your first time. The last thing you want is sore feet after day one ( we have done it and it does trash your week’s ski, learn from our mistakes).

Right, now I’ve got you to the resort and you’re are all geared up for tomorrow, let’s get a beer/wine or Aperol in your hand…

Part two

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