Hot air balloons over Les Gets ski resort

Les Gets Portes Du Soleil, France

The view over Les Gets
Les Gets Ski Resort
Les Gets old village quarter
First ski lifts in Les Gets

Altitude

Enjoy the village altitude of 1172m

Pistes

120km in local area and 650km in full area

Ski Lifts

48 in local area and 197 in full area

Highest skiing

You can ski right up to 2400m

Les Gets is situated in the south-west reaches of the world-renowned Portes du Soleil ski area — not only the world's largest ski destination but also one of its very best. With 650km of skiable piste right on your doorstep, you won't run out of places to go and things to see.

The largest ski area with a plethora of holiday options? Perfect!

Les Gets Holiday prices

For Beginners

For beginners, a local area lift pass will give you plenty to keep you occupied. This will get you over to the neighbouring and beginner-friendly resort of Morzine, but won't include Super-Morzine or Avoriaz beyond. A full-area lift pass will be required for these more distant destinations. Ski schools in Les Gets are excellent for skiing and snowboarding alike, and the village features a kids-only ski slope.

For Intermediates / Advanced

For more experienced skiers and those looking to explore into further reaches, the full-area Portes du Soleil lift pass will give you access to the full 650km, taking you all the way to Switzerland and back in one day. If you're feeling brave, advanced skiers with a head for heights can attempt the famous and infamous "Swiss Wall" — a near-vertical drop of unforgiving moguls which is not to be taken lightly.

Off Piste

On a powder day, off-piste skiers should head for the back of Mont Chery where it is always blissfully quiet. You will also find a couple of nice blacks and some not-too-taxing reds here, also. Beginners and improvers are will find more rewarding terrain on the other side of the village, however. An experienced local ski guide is always recommend for off-piste: just let us know and we can arrange that for you.

Mont Chery in Les Get
Mont Chery in Les Get
Ski lift in Les Gets
Les Gets Red Gondola

Les Gets Village

Les Gets is in many ways the definitive picture-postcard French ski resort. Traditional architecture, regional cuisine and the continued presence of friendly locals have kept this very much a quaint French village, mostly undiluted by the large numbers of visitors each year.

Les Gets is perhaps best known as a family ski destination, and those bringing young children will not be disappointed — there is plenty to keep skiing and non-skiing youngsters entertained. But it is misleading to suggest that Les Gets isn't equally suited to adults-only ski holidays. The bars and restaurants of the village centre offer a great night out for a mature group, even if a younger party-going crowd might look more readily to neighbouring Morzine.

Situated just one hour from Geneva, Les Gets is very easily accessible, making it especially popular for ski weekends and short breaks.

Rock The Pistes March 2022

There is an amazing festival held each year in Les Gets right on the pistes. This features acts from all genres of music. This year is no different. For anyone in Portes Du Soleil this week the full area lift passes will have 1 day free. Click here for more info.

1172m

Les Gets village altitude

197

Ski Lifts in the Full Area

12

Ski Resorts interconnected - Portes du Soleil

70

Minutes from Geneva airport

Getting to Les Gets

If you are flying to Morzine or Les Gets then we would highly recommend you fly into Geneva (GVA) airport. Geneva airport is 73 kilometres from Morzine or Les Gets and has a transfer time of about one hour ten minutes. A lot of this is on motorway. This is the route almost everyone who flies in takes.

Lyon (LYS) airport is 199 kilometres from Morzine or Les Gets but It is usually better to avoid Lyon if possible as there are far fewer transfer options available.

Please let us know when you have booked your flights and we can arrange to have your transfers all ready and waiting for you when you land. We do not charge extra for organising this for you.

Snowman cartoon poster of Les Gets, France
Retro poster of Les Gets ski resort
Retro poster of Les Gets ski resort
Old Poster, Les Gets Skiing

Les Gets Lift Pass Prices 2021-2022

We are currently waiting for the 2021-2022 liftpass prices to be published. If you'd like us to notify you when they are made available, please let us know.

Les Gets is part of the larger Portes Du Soleil ski area. There are two lift pass options available: "Local Area" (Les Gets and Morzine) and "Full Area" (all 12 Portes Du Soleil resorts). The local area pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full area pass is better suited to experienced skiers and boarders looking to explore and cover more ground. Please note, the local area pass does not include access to Avoriaz.

Lift passes 2021-2022

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2021-2022*
Local Area Les Gets & Morzine €TBC
Full Portes du Soleil Area €TBC

Les Gets Snow Forecasts

Accommodation in Les Gets

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Les Gets Dates & Prices 2021-2022

December 2021

January 2022

Sat 08 Jan 2022
Courchevel - La Tania
7 nights
Sat 15 Jan 2022
4 night short break

February 2022

Sat 05 Feb 2022
Courchevel - La Tania
7 nights
Sat 12 Feb 2022
4 night short break

March 2022

Sat 05 Mar 2022
Courchevel - La Tania
7 nights
Mon 07 Mar 2022
4 night short break
Chamonix
4 nights
Sat 19 Mar 2022
Courchevel - La Tania
7 nights
Wed 30 Mar 2022
4 night short break
Chamonix
4 nights

April 2022

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Single skier in Les Gets on the button lift

The Ski Gathering are an amazing company. Just come back from Les Gets, staying at the Alpine Loft. Lovely accommodation, couldn’t fault anything....food & cakes were simply amazing!.

Zara stayed in Les Gets (Mar 2019)

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