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Les Gets Ski Resort, France

  • Resort height: 1172m
  • Highest lift: 2275m
  • No. of lifts: 196
  • No. of slopes: 286 (Portes Du Soleil)
  • Total piste: 600Km (Portes Du Soleil)
  • Transfer times: Geneva: 1 hour 10 mins

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Overview of Les Gets

Les Gets makes for a perfect winter getaway for families due to it's small and friendly village. Located approximately 1 hour from Geneva airport this short transfer time is another benefit of skiing at this resort. The resort offers access to the Portes du Soleil ski area meaning you'll have a fantastic range of pistes to enjoy. As well as this, should you be looking for non-ski activities then you'll find a range of great things to do. Including sledging, snowshoe hikes, museums, an ice rink and more. 

3 Things We Love About Les Gets

  1. Short transfer time from Geneva Airport making it great for families
  2. Part of the Portes du Soleil ski area offering huge amounts of terrain
  3. Small family friendly resort

Skiing and Boarding in Les Gets

Often overlooked for its neighbour Morzine, Les Gets may not offer as convenient access to the whole Portes du Soleil ski area, but it does benefit from quick access to the Mont Chery ski area which boasts a great range of challenging (yet quiet) red and black runs perfect for experts and intermediates.

Beginners will also enjoy Les Gets. The nursery slopes are conveniently located in the village and once these have been mastered, we recommend heading to the Bleuets (run) on Chavannes. There is also an area which is just for beginners and an area adapted just for children.

If you're after some freestyle then head over to the boarder-cross and the snowpark area where you can try some tricks and get some big air.

For quick access to the full area of Portes de Soleil, the Ardent gondola is a short drive or bus ride from resort. Once there you'll have a winter playground consisting of 600km of ski area. This means you'll find a great range of ski runs for all abilities.

Lift Passes in Les Gets

Les Gets offers two types of lift passes. These include the Morzine-Les gets pass that offers access to 48 lifts and 71 slopes. For those wanting to explore the full area then get the Les Portes du Soleil ski area pass. This gives you access to 196 ski lifts and 286 slopes.

Activities in Les Gets

Les Gets has much more to offer than just skiing. Here are some of the additional non-ski activities on offer:
  • Snowshoeing
  • Sledging
  • Hiking trails
  • Ice skating
  • Paragliding
  • Snowmobile tours
  • Cinema
  • Bowling
  • Shops
  • Mechanical music museum
  • Day visits to Lausanne and Montreux

Après Ski in Les Gets

There isn’t a huge après scene in Les Gets, but there are a few bars for a well-earned drink after a long day skiing.
  • Black Bear - Stylish place with a great atmosphere, free WiFi and big TVs
  • Iris Bar - Offers 6 home-brewed beers
  • Bar Bush - Open until 2am this bar offers decent cider, a friendly service and a great atmosphere into the night
  • Le Boomerang - With live music on selected days and a great burger menu, this would be a great place to start your evening

Places to Eat in Les Gets

There are some great dining options in Les Gets. Here are a few: 
  • Alpine Taverne - Serving alpine specialities and other tasty dishes
  • La Biskatcha - A brasserie and grill in the heart of Les Gets. Offering food cooked on a wood-fire barbeque
  • Brasserie du Centre - Here you can enjoy various Savoyard specialities. Including tartiflettes, fondue, raclette and more
  • La Piste Noire - Serving French cuisine using produce from a local market. Complete with a great design and nice views
  • Les Notes Gourmandes - Offering dishes such as burgers, omelettes, salads as well as French specialties such as tartiflette and raclette
Looking for food on the mountains?
  • Mont Chery - Here you'll find two restaurants that have great views and quality food. Grande Ourse is at the top of the mountain and Belvedere is halfway down the slopes. You'll also find other places to eat on the mountain throughout the Portes du Soleil ski area.

Family Features

Please see the ‘Activities’ tab for non-skiing options for families.

  • Children adapted areas - Available on the Chavannes and Mont-Chéry slopes.
  • Grand Cry Territory - This is a children's paradise offering themed pistes, games, treasure hunts and more.


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