Morzine nonski activities
Morzine, like all other ski resorts, is mainly about skiing, but Morzine does have plenty of alternatives for those non-ski activities or those looking for something extra.
If you fancy a day off the slopes, here is a great selection of activities for you.
Chiens de Traineux provide dog sledding for the dog lovers.
You can book a ride or you can find the dogs in the centre of Avoriaz and ask for a ride.
Half a day will cost €95 and a full day will cost €140.
Chiens de Traineux +33 6 80 93 26 20
+33 4 50 74 02 18
Get some big air with 1200m of vertical decent.
You must be at least an intermediate level skier to be able to paraglide, as you will be doing so with your skis on!
- A flight from Super Morzine – €70
- A flight from Chaux Fleurie to Ardent – €90
- A flight from Fornet – €120
+33 4 50 74 05 65
By strapping lightweight plastic snowshoes to your feet, you are able to walk through deeper snow and therefore enjoy a great area of terrain, stunning scenery and interesting wildlife.
You can go with a local guide and explore hidden parts of the valley.
Snow shoes can be hired from most sports shops.
Although you can always grab a trail map and head off on your own, we do advise hiring a guide for maximum safety and enjoyment.
With ESF (Ecole de Ski Francais), anyone from age 8 onwards can enjoy the calm away from the slopes.
An afternoon of snowshoeing will cost €28 per person.
Morzine boasts a state of the art swimming centre with three pools (adult, kids pool, and splash pool for very young children), as well as sauna facilities – open until 10pm every night.
Go and watch the Morzine Penguins play at the Palais des Sports – a great night out, only costing around €13 per adult.
This is a great family activity, one can hire the sledges from local ski hire shops, and zoom down the floodlit Plenney piste wearing a head torch
We hope you found The Morzine Events & Activities post helpful, don’t forget to check out the history of Morzine to add to your activities.