Once you are booked in to the chalet we can help you organise all the other essentials including, transfers to resort, ski hire, lessons, restaurant reservations and childcare. We know Morzine like the back of our hands, so please ask us if there’s anything you’d like to know.


Morzine is located in a great spot in the Alps, approximately a 90 minute transfer from Geneva airport to the chalet door.

We highly recommend Skiidy Gonazales as your transfer option. To make your journey as smooth and easy as possible we can book your transfer for you and they will be waiting at Geneva to whisk you up to the resort.

If you prefer to drive from the UK, we recommend leaving around 13 hours from the Greater London area. Having done the drive many times we can offer you advice and help getting to us. We have two off road parking spots right outside the chalet.


Have your lift passes waiting for you at the chalet on arrival. As a Northstar guest benefit from a 10% reduction in your full area pass price!

We can help you to choose which pass best suits you, just let us know during the booking process if you need any more information and if you would like to add passes on to your booking.

To see pass prices click here 


We recommend using Ski-Mobile to rent your equipment for the week. As a Northstar guest you will benefit from a 20% discount.

You can easily pre-book your equipment online and they will deliver your order right to the chalet door in their mobile fitting van on your arrival day. In the event there are any issues with your equipment they will happily stop by and make sure that your problem is sorted out.

Please click here to book your equipment online.


The mountains and snow are the main reason we are all here and Les Portes du Soleil has it all. With more than 650km of pistes over 13 resorts, you are never going to be bored here! We have everything from powder and pistes, to parks and treelined runs, come and explore one of the largest ski areas in the world!

There are over 30 green runs for beginners, 120 blue runs for beginner/intermediates, 120 red runs for the more practiced skier and around 30 black runs for the experts! Including the famous Swiss Wall, one of the most difficult runs in the world!