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Avoriaz Reviews

(4 Reviews)
11/01/2006
Overall

Avoriaz is a great resort for skiers and boarders of all levels. If its long smooth runs, challenging bumpy blacks, the boardparks or the off-piste on the Swiss side of the area, Avoriaz offers it all. Situated in the middle of the Portes du Soleil ski area, Avoriaz has the best access to the other resorts that share the domain. The resort itself sits on a plateau high above the neighboring town of Morzine. The phrase ski from your door applies to every hotel and apartment. The buildings are connected by a series of elevators and walkways, to make access to all areas as easy as possible. Bars and restaurants are plentiful and offer a wide range of menus and prices. Nightclubs tend to be empty most evenings, maybe because of the high drink and entrance prices. Shopping is limited but the nearby town of Morzine offers a wide range of supermarkets, sport shops and boutiques.

Apres Ski: 4/5

Alan
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Big Ski Area - 11/02/2019
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This is the last of the big French ski areas I have skied. The Avoriaz/Swiss resorts are well linked tho' not for a less confident skier. It is best to decide each day if you are going to ski Morzine/Les Gets or the Avoriaz/Swiss side to avoid having to getting on and off the navette which in peak season will be extremely busy. Best feature is the length of the runs blue, red and some of the blacks. Some of the blue runs are quite tough and would probably be red in other resorts. Conversely some would be green.

Apres Ski: 3/5

Miss N Chrismas

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