Morzine is a typical ski resort, but after the snow melts, it still has great appeal to tourists due to its abundant summer activities in the Alps. This can largely be attributed to its location in the northern Alps, ensuring heavy snowfall in the winter and lush greenery in the summer. Scenic views are highlighted every season with edges of climatic conditions.
With a population of nearly 3,000 people, the city is designed to be attractive all year round. After a short break in May, local elevators and facilities in June, July and August reopened for anxious mountain bike drivers, hill walkers, golfers, horse riders, hunters and caves flocking to enjoy temperatures of around 32 degrees Celsius. 650 km of pedestrian walkways and interconnected walkways, Morzine is a vibrant city with countless cafes, bars, restaurants and boutique shops.
As the temperature rises, so do vast lakes, providing delightful activities such as water speed, kayaking, water skiing, waking up from the air and even the opportunity to swim in mountain lakes.
As in winter, there are many activities suitable for thrill seekers, as mountain biking is the most common pursuit. Bottom hill track tracks are especially popular, but for the most vulnerable heart, there are also nice tours around the city and fun mountain roads.
The summer season also hosted many sporting events including the Mountain World Championship, the Mont Blanc Rally and Tour de France that will return to Morzine Avoriaz on July 11-13, 2010 for phases 8 and 9.
If you are not addicted to adrenaline and prefer a more relaxing vacation, Morzine also caters to your needs. It has eleven tennis courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool, an ice rink, two golf courses, and a summer ski, and there is even a water park nearby.
Morzine already offers exciting experiences and a warm welcome to visitors of all ages, abilities and interest including individuals, families, large groups and couples.