Linked with the Morzine Ski area, Les Gets offers access to 48 ski lifts and around 120 kilometres of pistes and you can buy a separate ski pass just for this area.
One one side of Les Gets is Mont Chery and the other the Chavannes. Chavannes gives you access to lots of beginner friendly pistes and also links into the Nauchets bowl and more ski lifts heading up La Rosta, and on the other side of the bowl to the top of the Ranfoilly and beyond, which leads you back over towards Morzine.
Mont Chery is where you'll find the snow park and some harder red and black pistes, plus it's popular with locals for a few off piste runs. Over the back of Mont Chery you can drop down into Ecrenaz, and there are a couple of other chair lifts on this side from the mid station allowing you to do laps without having to go all the way back to the bottom again.
There is talk of linking these two sides of the Les Gets ski area together with a small gondola link, but for now it's a case of walking across the village from one to the other, or you could take the petit train.
On the Morzine side you can link to Chamoissiere and the Pointe de Nyon by ski lift, and drop back down into Morzine via a selection of blue or red pistes, and get back to Les Gets again via the Telesiege des Fys, the Atray or the Pleney gondola.
The Les Gets-Morzine ski pass only takes you into Morzine, but not up the hill to Avoriaz and the rest of the Portes du Soleil (PDS). If you want to opt for the larger ski area you'll need to buy the PDS ski pass.
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