Avoriaz village sits at 1800m on the breath-taking cliffs of the French Alps, it offers visitors a large array of pistes with mostly ski in and ski out accommodation.
Located in the heart of the Portes Du Soleil ski area, it is easily accessible from Geneva and closely linked with Morzine.
Avoriaz and the surrounding resorts may be regarded as lower lying, with the highest lifts at 2466m - however its snow record is actually one of the best in France.
Burtons famous ‘The Stash’ a run down into the Lindaret bowl, offers an exciting path through the forest and has a plethora of natural and man-made features for freestylers to tackle.
AVORIAZ WELCOME CENTRE OR PRODAINS CABLE CAR - WHICH IS BEST?
This depends on a number of factors, firstly where you are staying in resort, and secondly what time your flight arrives and departs.
The Welcome Centre is up in the resort, and an additional 30 minutes on from Morzine, so the travel time is longer. But if you are staying in the Falaise or L’Amara areas this means you are much closer to them, walking distance in fact. If your flight arrives outside of the Prodains Cable Car operating hours (listed below), then this is by far more suitable.
If you are staying in the bottom half of Avoriaz (check with your accommodation provider) then the Prodains Telecabine can be a quicker and easier option. The Telecabine is included in your lift pass or approximately 9 euro per person.
Both drop off points are serviced by luggage carriers and horse and carts to help you get where you need to be, it always helps to book these in advance on your return trip.
See below for our timetables to the Avoriaz Welcome Point which runs 7 days per week. Our Prodains shared service runs all the time and is tailored to our passengers flight times and not on a timetable. But ensure you are booking this service within its operating hours.
DROP OFF & PICK UP POINTS
Geneva Airport informationGeneva Airport has two passenger terminals:
1. The newer and larger Terminal 1 , which features the majority of flights.
2. The smaller and only seasonally used Terminal 2 . It also has a Business Aviation Terminal, also known as Terminal 3
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