As much as we love
winter, we reckon that Morzine during the summer is one of the Alps’ best kept
secrets. The town still isn’t quite as busy as the winter, but this is part of
its charm – the vibe is laid-back, active and outdoorsy.
1hr and 20 minutes from Geneva, the resort is one of the easiest and quickest
to get to from the UK. This historic mining and farming town has avoided the
ugly tower blocks that blight many of the French resorts and remains a ‘real’
French town with a market on a Wednesday morning and a year-round population.
There’s way more to do here than when the snow is on the ground. Go hiking, biking, rafting, wild swimming, golf, horse riding, SUP-ing, fishing, climbing, paragliding, canyoning, picnic-ing, tree swinging, go karting, bbq-ing… there really is something for everyone. And with the rise of downhill, enduro and road biking the town gets more and more exciting every year.
We also see some really
great events; Spartan, Harley Days and the Tour de France are all often in town.
Summer in the Alps – amazing!