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Morzine and Les Gets to Geneva Airport Shuttle Transfers

Morzine Town Ski

Morzine and Les Gets have quickly become some of the most loved ski resorts in the Alps, with Morzine having been named a favourite of the British public in a recent poll!

With its chocolate-box appearance, beautiful traditional chalets and quick transfer times, these resorts tick all the boxes for a fantastic ski holiday. 

  • You can reach Morzine/Les Gets from Geneva airport in around 1 hour 30 minutes!

Get a Quote for a transfer to Morzine or Les Gets

AlpyBus offer shared shuttles and private transfers to Morzine and Les Gets in addition to surrounding resorts such as St Jean D’Aulps, Montriond and Essert Romand and also Prodain (lift to Avoriaz) simply click our quote calculator to get an instant quote or booking!

On approach to resort, you’ll climb through the stunning mountain roads with fantastic views at every angle. Here is our quick guide to Morzine and Les Gets to help you make the most of your trip!

Quick Guide to Morzine and Les Gets

Les Gets Pistes

Morzine and Les Gets are part of the Haute Savoie region in between Mont Blanc and Lake Geneva.

The ski areas make up part of the Portes du Soliel, which is actually one of the largest linked ski areas in the world! With the area stretching over Switzerland and France there is no chance of getting bored, in total you can cover 14 resorts and 650km of marked pistes! In fact - many of the piste maps detail a circuit of the whole area than can be completed in a day (if you get your skates on!).

If you want a real challenge, the well known ‘Swiss Wall’ accessible from Avoriaz, is a very steep off piste run crossing the French Swiss border, it tends to be covered with very large moguls and has a 40% incline – not for the faint hearted, thankfully an option to take the chair down is also available!

Morzine and Lets Gets are traditional Savoyarde villages, charming chalets and hotels, horse drawn carriages and more artisanal cheese and meat that you can dream of, plus there is a plethora of shopping, top restaurants and bars.

Les Gets offers a well laid out and easily accessible ski area perfect for beginners and young families, with plenty of greens and blues allowing learners to really feel like they are exploring the mountain rather than being restricted to the baby slope.

Our insider tip would be to try out Mont Chery, the hidden gem of the resort offers an escape from the busier pistes of Les Gets, simply cross through the town to take the Mont Chery telecabine. Although the lifts are slightly more dated there are some fantastic rolling reds, blacks and blues, plus a mini park!

Morzine and Les Gets are also very popular resorts to visit in the summer, their numerous mountain biking trails and parks have attracted the likes of big competitions such as Crankworx (the European leg of the World Series VTT) bringing a hive of activity to resort. The famous climbs such as the Col du Joux Plane ensure Morzine is often on the route for the Tour De France - making it a haven for road bikers. In addition to this there are hiking trails, paragliding, rafting and climbing to name a few activities that can be undertaken in the summer, not to mention relaxing by the lovely Lake Montriond just a few minutes away from both Morzine and Les Gets.

Practical Information about Morzine and Les Gets

On your arrival into Geneva airport, please make your way to our check-in desk to take your transfer. Morzine is quite easy to reach, you will come out of Switzerland after crossing the border and take the motorway, after a few kilometres you will follow signs for the ‘Valley Vert‘ From there, you will climb up through a few more mountains towns before reaching Les Gets and finally Morzine.

Remember if you are staying in the Viking Hotel, as the hotel is at the top of the piste we can only drop at the Pleney bubble so be sure to check its opening hours.

In resort there are numerous ski lifts to take you to the area of your choice, in Morzine, Super Morzine is a popular choice due to its central location, as is the Pleney cable car with a ‘Petit Train’ zipping you between the two if you wish. With free and regular bus routes you can also easily access the Nyon Cable car, Ardent Bubble near to Montriond and the recently updated Prodain cable car that carries up to 2,500 passengers in an hour up to Avoriaz!

In Les Gets you can take the bubble up into the heart of the ski area, or if you wish take Chavannes lift or Perrieres lift to the ski area, both of which are easily accessible and walking distance from the town centre, plus just like Morzine the Petit train is at your service.

Key Information about your transfer between Morzine, Les Gets and Geneva Airport

On arrival into Geneva airport simply head to our transfer desk in the arrivals hall. For more information on how to find us click here.

  • Transfer Time to and from Morzine and Les Gets:
    1 hour 30 minutes – (Weather and traffic permitting) 
  • You will be taken door to door (where accessible by road) We offer a door to door service so please provide a full address so we can take you to your desired location.
  • Skis or snowboards, and luggage are all included in the price of your transfer. If you wish to bring a bike then the price is €5 per bike, they must also be boxed.
  • Baby and booster seats are provided free of charge, simply add this to your booking. Children and babies still require a full seat in a transfer vehicle so count as 1 passenger.
  • On your return we will send you an SMS the day before your departure with your pick up time. We aim to get you to the airport at least 1.5 hours before your flight departs. On shared transfers there will be other pick ups on route so the transfer time may be longer.


For more information check out our full terms and conditions of service, or further questions can be answered on our FAQ page.

Looking for suggestions on accommodation, restaurants, ski lessons or gear rental in Morzine or Les Gets? Our useful links page has plenty of great suggestions handpicked by us.