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Learn more about skiing in Les Gets...


In this video you can see the way to ski back to the chalet. You can ski back from the Pleney ski area. The Belvedere, Nabor or Mouilles chair lifts will carry you up high enough to easily ski down and join the Chardon Bleu piste which you can see on the piste map. You can however also skate along the crest of the hill towards Pleney from the top of the Fys and Folliets lifts to join the Chardon Bleu piste.

Once on the Chardon Bleu piste, you can ski down to a point where the piste tracks alongside the Chemin de Nabor road. From here, depending on the amount of snow on that day, you can make it right down to the door of the chalet.  Do check the amount of snow on the road before leaving the piste, if there is not enough snow you can stay on the piste and it will take you to the parking at the bottom of the Folliets lift where the bus or a short walk can bring you home. 



Les Gets is a part of the Portes du Soleil ski area, which offers world class skiing and snowboarding for all levels. The Portes du Soleil ski pass will get you access to Les Gets/Morzine as well as the entire region, including 10 other connected ski resports including Avoriaz, Chatel, Champery and Les Crosets. The regions offers you 27 black runs, 104 red runs, 109 blue runs and 33 green runs. Overall this provides 650 km's of ski slopes...making the region one of the best ski zones in the world. 


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Above the cloud at Chamossiere, Les Gets...
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In Avoriaz, the world famous 'Wall', a well named black run, stands up against the French/Swiss border. There are also many other stretching blacks, including the World Cup run from Hautes Fortes. Swiss resorts like Morgins and Les Crossets provide a great stop off for lunch, while Avoriaz offers classic high altitude skiing. If you're really up for a challenge, try skiing the entire PDS circuit in one day! 


The Les Gets Morzine ski pass itself provides huge variety. The Chavannes area is perfect for beginners, which now benefits from the new chavannes "bubble". Surrounding runs down to the village are gentle and perfect for young children or beginners. The Les Gets bowl and Charniaz sector offer endless tree-lined blues and reds, perfect for intermediates. Slopes running down from the Pleney area offer steep, challenging reds that take you down to Morzine as well as blues for those wanting to take it easy. Point de Nyon, Mont Chery and Chamossiere provide more challenging reds, blacks and mugul runs, as well as fantastic off piste skiing. 


Views from the top of Mont Chery, La Rosta and Le Ranfoilly are simply stunning. Les Dents du Midi and Mont Blanc are the perfect backdrop to the panoramic view of the alps.   



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