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Morzine Bike Park Info

There is often some confusion between Morzine bike park & Les Portes du Soleil. Morzine is the main resort in the area and where most people base themselves for their MTB holidays due to its epic riding and easy connections to other resorts. 

To avoid any confusion we may refer to the wider Portes du Soleil as Morzine Bike Park. Plus it definitely doesn't harm our SEO.

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Morzine Bike Park Information

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Morzine, Les Gets, Avoriaz, Les Linderets, Chatel, Les Crosets, Champery & Morgins. All connected via lifts, minimal pedalling and just one lift pass.

The sheer size of the area, the number of lifts & the variety of the terrain make the Portes Du Soleil the ultimate place for a European mountain bike holiday, people can visit for 10 years and still not ride every single trail, the amount of riding available is simply mind blowing. The efficiency of the ski lifts mean you'll do more riding in one day in Morzine bike park than 1 week at home.

The Portes du Soleil / Morzine trail network is HUGE and constantly developing and improving with new trails being added every year. The huge variety of trails and terrain leave every skill level grinning from ear to ear. There are flowy green single track trails to suit families & beginners, progressive jump tracks to up your skills and learn some new tricks, all the way up to World Championship level, white knuckle, gnarly downhill trails such as Champery DH. There really is something for everyone when it comes to Morzine mountain biking.

The increase of enduro bikes & e-bikes in recent years has developed 90km+ of Morzine enduro trails that often goes unridden due to the easily accessible downhill tracks. Well worth checking out.

The bikepark is relatively easy to navigate with most official trails being signposted and the Morzine trail maps are really good, just make sure you grab a Morzine trail map when you collect your lift passes. All resorts are connected via lifts, meaning there is almost no pedalling required, however some further away resorts such as Morgins do require some pedalling and navigation to find.

If its your first time here or you are looking to explore away from the bikepark and discover some of Morzine's hidden gems, we highly recommend booking a day with a local Morzine MTB guide.  If you are looking to improve your skills in a fun and safe environment, quicken your learning curve in a fun and safe environment with a session with our Morzine MTB coaches

Those smart enough to book with Bike Morzine can pre-book their lift passes and have them ready waiting at their Morzine Summer Accommodation, saving your valuable holiday time from queuing at the lift office. If you haven't pre-booked your lift passes, head to Le Pleney or Super Morzine lift stations to purchase your pass. Make sure you collect a trail map when grabbing your lift pass.

A Portes du Soleil lift pass gains you access to the full area. ​See prices here.
If you'd like to pre-book your Morzine summer lift passes, click here.

The huge lift network means you'll do more mountain biking in Morzine over 1 week, than you would in a year in the UK. To make the most out of your time in Morzine bike park, its important to have a mountain bike that's able to tackle the variety of Morzine trails. We recommend a 150mm+  travel modern enduro bike with dual ply tyres as a minimum, all the way up to a full downhill race bike. Over the past few years there has been a huge increase in the number of trail/enduro bikes in the alps, the modern bikes handle the terrain incredibly well with the added bonus of being able to pedal to access some trails hidden away from the bikepark.

Morzine Trail Maps 2024

Ported du Soleil & Morzine bike park trail mapmorzine les gets trail mapAvoriaz & Super Morzine mtb trail mapchatel mtb trail mapchampery morgins mtb trail map