Hotel Neige Roc

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2953 route des Ardoisieres, Pied du telepherique d'Avoriaz, Morzine-Avoriaz, 74110, France
Hotel Neige et Roc
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by Tote_sweet

Any one have been to morzine. Any helpfull informations. Please let me know.

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by Mark-uk

I assume you are going skiing ? If so it is a great ski resort, part of the Port Du Soleil ski area. Morzine has it's own web page

I have just come back from a neighboring resort and can advise that there is loads of snow, but it is very cold at the moment. Samoens was -14 most days at the peak.

The town is quite large, apre ski is ok - experienced better. If you have a car or can willing to ski to the next resort - Les Gets is nicer.

All the good restauarants get booked very quickly at weekends. Sometimes it is difficult to get many of them at weekends unless you booked.

Suggest you also try Avoriaz for skiing. You can get this on an all areas ski pass, but you will need a car to get there - or bus.

If you are driving to Morzine - traffic can build up on Saturday's on the Motorway around Geneva area.

All said - I think it is a good resort with great skiing.

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by Tote_sweet

Hello there Mark ..and thanks for your info.
Yes, i was thinking of going to ski in morzine. Iam thinking to arrive at Geneva go to morzine come back and hit to zermatt and st. moritz.

I was told by afreind of mine who lives in nyon, that the weather is so so cold and it may stay like this even in April .....

Thanks again ..mark

See you around ..and please feel free to drop me a line anytime.

Tote sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet

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by Nicky38

Just to let you know that spring has begun and the weather has become much warmer than last week. The skiing is now spring time snow and sun!!

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by JenElkins

I am going to Morzine on 31st march. skiing (first time) and just relaxing. Is still still snowy enough for beginner skiing? Shud i take sun cream for face etc?

Thanks for any info!!

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by Nicky38

The snow will probably be a bit slushy but will be fine for beginners as you should have the nice weather compensating for the lack of fresh powder. I lov this time of year. TAKE YOUR SUN CREAM - Full factor as you catch the sun very very easily skiing. Even when it is cloudy you still catch the rays cos the snow reflects all the light back at you.
Have fun

Travel Tips for Morzine

Excellent skiing opportunities

by timlloydlangston

In the winter skiing and snowboarding dominate Morzine. It's part of the massive Ports du Solei ski Area which comprises a whole series of linked resorts. Morzine's achilles heel is its altitude (1,000m) which measn its the first to suffer if things turn warmer. However I was here in the 2006/07 'heatwave' season when all the alpine resorts were suffering badly and still got a good week's skiing in. The trick is that Morzine is linked to the much higher resort of Avoriaz by both a ski link (Super Morzine) and a bus transfer then a cable car - they both take about 30 mins. Even if the snow is good in Morzine I'd recommend a day out in Avoriaz as it offers some great runs for all levels of experience, including the infamous Swiss Wall. Morzine has plent of shops to rent or buy ski equipment. If you need new boots then I'd highly recommend The Caribou shop - ask for James who's a French Canadian and knows just about anything there is to know about boots. They've got a massive range (upstairs) and are bound to have something to suit your ability, feet and fashion sense.

Making Reblochon cheese

by cadzand

Take the time to visit a local cheese dairy and maturing cellars and go to La Fruitière de Morzine where cheese is still made in the traditional way.
Working with the dairy farmers of the village, the young owner loves his job and will explain and show you during an hour the different steps of making cheese (Tomme, Abondance or Reblochon) every wednesday and thursday at 9 a.m. at the route de la Plagne next to the shop l'Alpage where you can buy the local delicious meat products, cheese, marmelades, liquor, wines etc.


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