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A sports resort in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, Montriond-Avoriaz offers world-class skiing or mountain biking with the charm of a village resort.

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In summer

the village

of Goats

Montriond is an ideal vacation spot. Between lake, waterfalls, hiking trails… sumptuous sites are to be admired.The lake of Montriond offers a place for easy walks and water activities to be practiced in a soothing setting. A little higher up, the village of Lindarets: an obligatory passage for families who come to discover here a real hamlet with its wooden chalets and its mountain pastures. An abundant goat population has made this hamlet baptized the “village of goats”. Like the holidaymakers, they have come here to spend a summer strolling around. Children will be delighted to feed these free-roaming goats, greedy and curious. An ideal gastronomic stopover, it is also the starting point for many hikes.

From les Lindarets, mountain bikers will hop on their bikes to ride the various circuits and join the resorts of the domain of the Portes du Soleil by chairlifts. For pedestrians, many hiking trails crisscross the mountain and lead to sumptuous viewpoints such as the Brochaux waterfall or the Mossettes peak.

In Winter

a central place

in the heart of the Portes du Soleil

Montriond, a sporty resort in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, enjoys direct access to the ski areas of Avoriaz 1800, Châtel and Les Crosets (in Switzerland). Go down the slopes of the Avoriaz 1800 ski area and discover the famous village of Lindarets, a charming hamlet of old chalets buried under the snow, for a little gastronomic stop on the slopes! In the heart of the Lindarets forest, the snowpark “The Stash” is a 100% natural and safe space to ride with your family, in the powder and on wooden elements hidden along the course.

It is also in Montriond that one of the longest slopes in the Portes du Soleil is nestled: the Abricotine runs for nearly 8 km from the ridges marking the border with Switzerland to the foot of the Ardent gondola.
Montriond is also known for its lake located below, so don’t hesitate to go for a walk: even under the snow it remains accessible for a little stroll in a grand-nord atmosphere between the frozen lake and the spruce forests.