Ski Holidays in Avoriaz, Portes du Soleil, France

Avoriaz in France is a well-known skiing destination that is extremely popular with families, groups of friends, school and work trips! There is something for everyone to take part in when visiting this stylish resort, whether you have an interest in skiing, snowboarding or just relaxing in one of the resort restaurants!

Skiing in Avoriaz, France

Of course, one of the main reasons that people visit Avoriaz is for the wonderful skiing opportunities. Perched 600 metres above Morzine on cliffs that sit above a valley makes it a resort full of snowy possibilities.

Depending on your skill you will find that there is a skiing opportunity for you, take a look at the ski area guide below to find out where is best for you or your family.

Beginners: If you are new to the skiing world then there is a perfect ski area for you to begin with. The TS Seraussaix is a beginner blue with a lift (of the same name) which allows those new to the sport to find their feet. A wide run that is not very steep will give any beginner the confidence they need to progress.

Intermediate: There are over 250kms of reds and blues for you to pick from in Avoriaz, so there really is something to keep you occupied throughout the whole holiday! There are some tough terrains around Hauts Forts all the way down to Les Podrains.

Experts: If you really want a challenge then why not take the World Cup downhill course? There is also the ‘wall’ which links France to Switzerland with 300m of twists, turns and bumps. Experts will also find several blacks at Hauts Forts down to the TS du Crot.

If you are confused by the terms blues, reds and blacks then never fear! Blue is one of the simplest, easy going trails or slopes for beginners and intermediates. Red is for those with a bit more experience and black is for those who see themselves as experts. If you are unsure which category you fall into then perhaps seek the advice of a guide or instructor before taking on something too difficult.

The Avoriaz ski resort in France attracts thousands of visitors each year, for its range of skiing opportunities and its picturesque scenes.

Other Activities in Avoriaz, France
If you have had enough skiing for one day then there is always the plethora of other snow sports to get involved in! Snowboarding in the Avoriaz resort is plenty of fun and will keep both adults and children amused. The Stash is Europe’s first ecological snowboard park and is absolutely huge, so make sure you check it out before you leave! Make sure you shop around before you buy your holiday as deals on ski holidays are readily available.

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If it is the snow that you have had enough of then there are some indoor activities that will you keep you warm and snug for a while before hitting the slopes again.

Recently the Aquariaz water park was opened which is excellent amusement for the whole family. There are over 1,000 tropical plants and nearly 200 tropical trees surrounding this aqua leisure park and swimming pools. The tropical surroundings will surely make you forget that you are on a skiing holiday for at least a few hours!

For something slightly different, Avoriaz in France has an excellent downhill mountain biking track that appeals to people of all ages. You can rent some bikes and take your friends down the twists and turns of one of the largest mountain biking trails in Europe!

Villages Des Enfants is a great place to drop the children off if you want some time to relax on your own. The excellent guides and child-minders will look after your children whilst teaching them the ways of the snow! You will come back to some expert skiers in no time.

If you want to spend some time in the warm then check out the Aquariaz tropical water park in Avoriaz, France.

If you want to spend some time in the warm then check out the Aquariaz tropical water park in Avoriaz, France.


Now it should be plain to see why so many people pick Avoriaz as their skiing destination year after year. With plenty of trails, slopes and chutes for beginners up to experts, plus activities for the whole family to enjoy in the meantime.

There are plenty of stunning restaurants nearby as well, so once all of that hard work has got to your stomach make sure you take some time out to taste some beautiful French cuisine.

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