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Cross-country skiing

There are fabulous opportunities for cross-country skiing in the Portes du Soleil, along superb, panoramic routes that follow the area's contours, in forests and elsewhere. In total, 280km of signposted routes to choose from.

Avoriaz

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This sporting activity that puts a premium on endurance is available in Avoriaz where there are 38km of slopes spread out over 8 circuits.

Morzine Avoriaz

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Access to cross-country skiing in Morzine-Avoriaz is free; though if you want to try the circuits up the mountain, simply purchase a cable car ticket to reach them.

Les Gets

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Discover or rediscover the pleasures of cross country skiing, skating or classic technique on the superb pisteof Les Gets!

Châtel

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From Abondance to Châtel via La Chapelle, browse the Abondance Valley via 25 km of slopes, 12 km of Nordic trails and 10 km of footpaths.

Abondance

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The cross-country ski area in Abondance valley follows the Dranse river, offering cross-country skiers of all levels more than 40km of maintained tracks, from greens to blacks.

Chapelle d’Abondance

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The cross-country ski area in Abondance valley extends along the edge of the Dranse river across 3 resorts: Abondance, La Chapelle d'Abondance, Châtel. Within easy reach of Switzerland, these resorts are one of the entry points to the Portes du Soleil. The cross-country zone offers nearly 40km of linked skiing and Nordic routes, at between 900 and 1500 metres.

Saint Jean d’Aulps

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As a family, with friends or alone, discover a world of Nordic activities and enjoy the snow, with your cross-country skis on! The Aulps valley and the Portes du Soleil are just waiting for you to glide your way around the idyllic mountain views...

Montriond

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Prepare for a Frozen North experience on this route around Lake Montriond, which crosses snowy clearings and forest.

Morgins

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3 double trails 20 km long through the magical forest and along the river.

Champéry

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The Grand-Paradis lives up to its name, for good reason. Some people are willing to go further still, comparing it to the Canadian Frozen North, thanks to its special climatic conditions.