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Les Gets ski resort

Les Gets is part of the Portes du Soleil, one of the biggest ski areas in the world, comprising 12 interconnected resorts in France and Switzerland.

A charming village with Savoyard architecture, it draws mountain lovers seeking traditional values and tranquillity from all around the world.

Les Gets

Families are increasingly discovering this former farming village which centres around an ice skating rink with a free toy-like train running through it.

Season

December 17, 2017 – April 17, 2018

Ski area

Les Gets has 120 kilometres of terrain, with four green runs, 26 blue, 29 red and nine black. Choose between two ski areas on either side of the village. Families usually head to Les Chavannes, which has special zones for beginners and is linked to Portes du Soleil, while Mont Chéry is favoured by more experienced skiers.

Accommodation

Stay in a charming wooden chalet or hotel within easy access of the slopes, shops and restaurants.

Where to stay in Les Gets

Off-piste

Les Gets has a mechanical music museum and cinema, and offers activities including ice skating, snowshoeing, paragliding, dog sledding and bowling. Le Bacchus wine and tapas bar, the Aprèski terrace and Irish pub The Getoise Brewery are great for après.

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Les Gets ski packages

    4 Star
  • Chalet Hotel Marmotte - Les Gets

Chalet Hotel La Marmotte

Les Gets Chalet Hotel

7 NIGHTS + BREAKFAST DAILY + 6 DAY LIFT PASS + 6 DAY SKI HIRE
FROM(AUD)
$1,948*pp
    4 Star
  • Hotel La Tapiaz - Les Gets

La Tapiaz

Les Gets Chalet Hotel

7 NIGHTS + BREAKFAST DAILY + 6 DAY LIFT PASS + 6 DAY SKI HIRE
FROM(AUD)
$2,498*pp
    3 Star
  • Hotel Le Crychar - Les Gets

Hotel Crychar

Les Gets Chalet Hotel

7 NIGHTS + 6 DAY LIFT PASS + BREAKFAST
FROM(AUD)
$1,413*

Getting to Les Gets is easy 

Being only 22 km from the closest train station and only about 1 hour from the Geneva International Airport, Les Gets is very easily accessible. There are also many buses that regularly go to Les Gets. Getting to and leaving Les Gets is, therefore, easy and safe.

Once in Les Gets, whether on foot, on the « little train », on the free buses, or the « Balad’Aulps Bus », getting around is quite easy. You will fully enjoy your stay… withour the use of a car!

By car

Paris – Les Gets
597 km (563 km on motorway)
Time : 05h39

Lyon – Les Gets
206 km (171 km on motorway)
Time : 02h21

Geneva – Les Gets
63 km (34 km on motorway)
Time : 01h00

Annecy – Les Gets
82 km (50 km on motorway)
Time : 01h10

By train

Paris – Cluses :
4h30 (TGV)
Cluses – Les Gets by taxi or coach (30 min)

Paris – Genève :
3h30 (TGV)
Genève – Les Gets by taxi or coach (1 hour)

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Les Gets/Morzine ski area 

• 69 ski runs
3 green – 29 blue – 28 red – 9 black
• 12km kms of cross-country skiing
• 50 Ski lifts
• Total flow: 72144 people per hour (2011-2012))
• 1 videopark, 1 videototem
• 1 boardercross, 1 snowpark
• 1 beginners ski area (Mappys)
• 3 carpet lifts for beginners
• 4 rope-tows
• 2 cable cars
• 3 bubble lifts
• 26 chair lifts
• 14 drag lifts
• 4 sled runs (in Les Gets)
• 385 snow cannons covering 120 ha
(34% of the snow area can use artificial snow)

Portes du Soleil

• 12 resorts in both France and Switzerland
• 122 000 beds
• 194 ski lifts
• 300 ski runs
37 green – 123 blue – 110 red – 30 black
• 800 snow cannons

Les Gets village and facilities

• 1254 permanent residents
• 40 restaurants
• Bars, pubs, bowling alley, discos, cinema
• 1 health and beauty centre
• 1 spa
• 16 000 beds – 521 rooms/1 300 beds
• Hotels : 3 hotels**** / 7 hotels*** / 4 hotels**
• 3 furnished rental properties with hotel services
• 2 holiday villages
• 2 bed and breakfasts offering food
• Hostels
• Rental apartments, studios and chalets

Après Ski

Le Bacchus, “the place to be” !
This cool, jazzy piste-side bar overlooking the village is the new venue seducing chilly skiiers with its warm, welcoming atmosphere. Wine bar, with nearly 200 wines, tapas bar with various slates of delicious delacacies, and tea room for afternoon tea…

At the foot of the slopes – “the Aprèski”
Conveniently situated at the bottom of the slopes in the village centre, this snowline terrace is a great place to unwind to music at the end of the afternoon. On various days of the week live bands and DJs liven up the dance floor for a relaxed, dynamic end to the day.

The Irish Pub – “The Getoise Brewery”
Drop in to the Irish Pub for a relaxing evening with friends after a day on the slopes. Enjoy the live weekly concerts, delicious tapas and homemade beers. Brewing is an art and Colin the owner’s passion. Various beers flow from his kegs – the most renowned of which is the delicious “Gétoise”.

The Black Bear
On entering this wood clad pub one is hit by the warm and welcoming atmosphere. Its cosmopolitan clientele and cosy, intimate interior make this the ideal place to relax after a day on the slopes.

“Le George”
A must-visit apres-ski venue for those looking to relax in a cosy, calm environment. Christened after the future king of England, “Le George” is a tea room from 3pm, but then becomes a wine bar offering finger food and a restaurant giving the option of extending pre-dnner drinks with friends!

 Restaurants

“La Païka”
Located in the Perrières area above La Turche aux Gets, this beautifully renovated old farm will seduce skiers with its large, sunny terrace and traditional wood interior. The menu offers fresh and varied dishes including meat grilled on the open fire and sumptuous home-made desserts guaranteed to titillate the taste buds of any food lover. Open during the day and until the ski runs close, this restaurant will charm anyone for whom holidays and fine dining go hand in hand.

“La Grande Ourse”
Located in the Mont Chéry area, this mountain restaurant offers a fairytale panorama over the Mont Blanc range and surrounding mountains. The terrace is the place to sit and comtemplate life while the warm cosy interior with its huge glazed windows allows you to enjoy the view in the warmth of the crackling open fire. For skiers with discerning palates this restaurant is the ideal place to take a break between pistes and enjoy refined, traditional cooking and some very British dishes.

“Le QG”
A restaurant to enchant the taste buds! The QG (HQ) serves beautifully presented traditional Savoyard specialities
alongside more refined cuisine. Its charming, piste-side terrace makes the QG the perfect spot for a last drink
before the lifts close.

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Les Gets ski resort trail map 

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Les Portes du Soleil trail map

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Les Gets Ski Resort images

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Ski Resort Video 

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