Walking & Snowshoeing


Mountain walks are a great classic in both the summer and winter seasons. They are a great way to explore new scenery other than that seen from the ski slopes. Snowshoers often opt for the forest trails, ideal for this relaxing outdoor activity that invites you to observe nature and wildlife. You’ll soon be following animal tracks left in the snow, laughing as you slip and slide, and enjoying the views of the natural surroundings and 360° panoramas.

Discover our walking guide with trails accessible to all.


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Take the pedestrian lifts and discover breathtaking landscapes. The signposted itineraries guide you for walks accessible to all.

Pedestrian passes can only be purchased at the lift ticket offices before you leave. They are not available for sale at the ski lifts.

Pedestrian passes are available by the day or by the unit. They allow you to use the following lifts:

  • Prodains Express cable car (up and down)
  • Super Morzine cable car (up and down)
  • Ardent cable car (up and down)
  • Zore chairlift (up and down)
  • Plateau chairlift (uphill only)
  • Lindarets chairlift (uphill only)
Children (5 to 15 years old)
Young (16 to 25 years old) and Senior (65 years old)
An ascent Prodains Express
8,60 €
6,20 €
7,70 €
Up and Down Prodains Express
13,80 €
10 €
12,40 €
An ascent Super Morzine
6,90 €
5 €
6,30 €
Up and down Super Morzine
10,50 €
7,20 €
9,30 €
1 day
27 €
27 €
6 days
115 €
115 €
115 €
  • Avoriaz 1800

    Ski area and maps

    Avoriaz 1800 is right in the heart of Portes du Soleil, one of the largest crossborder ski areas in the world, where 12 French and Swiss resorts are linked together.