Airport Transfers to Morzine

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Transfer from Geneva to Morzine

Transfer from Geneva to Morzine, as well as from a range of other airports as including Chambery, Grenoble, and Lyon. The transfer from Geneva Airport (GVA) to Morzine takes just 1hr 13mins. Geneva to Morzine transfers are the most popular option, and are our speciality. We also provide shuttle transfers, multiple-stop resort transfers from Geneva airport, as well as private transfers, and coach transfers to Morzine.

Ski-Lifts have a permanent stand located in the arrivals hall at Geneva Airport

This is definitely more reassuring for both solo and group skiers so you can be safe in the knowledge that someone will be on hand to assist you when you land in Geneva. We also provide 24/7 customer service for transfer-related enquiries, and our exclusive network is made up of only the best local and friendly experts for our transfer providers. From restaurant recommendations to discounted ski hire, local knowledge can really make the difference to your trip, and it’s something that Ski Lifts really prides itself on.

Morzine transfers, door-to-door service.

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Cheaper than alternatives at Ski Lifts

Cheaper than alternatives

Our drivers are specialists - and cheaper than taxis.

Last minute bookings accepted up to 48hrs prior

Last minute ski transfer?

Yes! Ski-Lifts accept all bookings up to 48 hours prior

no hidden extras - baggage included for all our ski transfers at ski-lifts

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Also yes, we do carry your child seats, skis, snowboards for FREE!

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Airport transfer types to suit all budgets



Shared transfer vehicle with other passengers of similar flights & destinations.


One of the most cost effective, efficient ways of getting to the ski resort.



Similar to shared - transfers run on timetables, so you must book a transfer that fits your flight times.


Generally not door-to-door, but cheaper.



All yours. Book a driver and transfer vehicle for your sole use.


No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.


Private Coach

Similar to a private transfers - but with a larger vehicle.


Perfect for larger ski and snow groups wanting to travel together.


Exec & Limousine

Enjoy top-of-the-range Mercedes minivans or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.


Like a private transfer vehicle, but with the additional benefit of travelling in pure style.

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How do I get from Geneva to Morzine?

Ski lifts offer private, shared, coach and luxury transfers to Morzine from Geneva, which take around 90 minutes door-to-door. Transfers to Morzine are also possible from Chambery, Annecy, Lyon and Grenoble Airport as well as Lyon train station.

Who is Morzine suitable for?

Morzine and its surrounding areas has slopes suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers, snowboarders and off-piste. For beginners or those looking to find their ‘ski legs’ again, then your best bet is to head to the slopes in Morzine or neighbouring Les Gets. Then, once you’re a bit more confident, head over to Avoriaz for some more challenging slopes. The whole area of the Portes du Soleil spreads across the French and Swiss Alps, with a total of 650km of skiable terrain. According to the official Morzine website, if you skied for 5 to 6 hours a day, it would take around 2 weeks to discover the whole ski area.

When is the Morzine ski season?

Yearly, the Morzine ski lifts networks are open between December and April.

What is the journey like between Morzine and Geneva?

Once you’ve been collected from Geneva Airport by your driver, you’ll soon find yourself crossing the border into France. From there, you will head onto the motorway, where you’ll pass by the magnificent Lake Geneva. Very quickly, you exit the motorway and you’ll be treated to views of picturesque mountain villages. After just over 1 hour of travelling, you’ll find yourself in the ski resort of Les Gets. Very soon after that, you will arrive in the heart of Morzine, where it will be full of life during the season. Then, after around 1 and a half hours of driving in total, you will be taken to the door of your accommodation in Morzine.

How many ski lifts are there in Morzine?

The Morzine – Les Gets ski area is made up of 48 ski lifts and 69 slopes. The resort altitude is 1000m, the highest point being 2460m, with a vertical drop of 1460m. Between Morzine and Les Gets there are pistes of 120km.

Is Morzine good for Apres ski?

Out of all the Portes du Soleil resorts, it has to be said that Morzine is the liveliest and has the best après scene. Some favourites with locals and tourists are The Bec Juane Brewery, Tibetan Café, Cavern Bar and if you’re feeling up for a party late into the night – L’Opera Night Club.

Can I visit Morzine in the summer?

The resort could easily be described as a year-round destination, with lifts running throughout the summer for thrill-seeking bikers and also walkers. The village of Morzine has plenty to offer, with there being a good mix between the old village centre and the surrounding modern areas. There’s also plenty of restaurants offering local Savoyard cuisine, don’t miss out on raclette with local reblochon cheese, washed down with a shot of Genepy.

Is Morzine suitable for families?

Morzine is known to be family friendly and there are plenty of Morzine ski schools for all ages, including; comprehensive ski schools, section ski schools, one-man ski schools and alpine ski schools to choose from.