Well, what an amazing week we have just had here in Morzine. It was a fantastic week to host the first of our 2015 Riders Weeks. We had 20 guests booked in to our Chalet Super Morzine, for a week of catered Luxury. With the sun shining hot every day it was good times all round!

Most of our MTB Holiday apartments and chalets in Morzine are offered on a self-catered basis. We really enjoy hosting the Riders Weeks because it gives us a chance to offer a more personal service to our guests. We take care of everything, from airport transfers, lift passes, 6 nights of dinners and 7 continental breakfasts, we even provide a videographer to capture awesome moments with our guests up the hill. All this in a luxury Chalet with hot tub, sauna and amazing views over the town and down the valley

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Our Professional Chef, Tiffany, cooked up some great treats. Including Duck confit, Tart Tatin, BBQ Pork Ribs, Lamb kebabs, Crème Brulee, and some deliciously naughty cakes for the guests to enjoy in the afternoon after riding.

On our Chalet staff’s day off, breakfast is still provided as normal but for dinner we like to get all the guests together and head to one of our favourite restaurants in town. L’Etale has a great atmosphere and is well equipped to cater for large groups. They offer local faire and some great house specials like flaming meat trees and a cracking beef tartar. They’re not shy about bringing around bottles of local digestifs to round off a great night either!


It was an awesome week of eating, drinking, and riding. The trails were dusty and prime, the sun was shining, there was the odd little crash, but all in all it was fun times in Morzine. All the guests from our first Riders week of Summer 2015 left happy and some have even booked for another week this season and others are looking forward to joining us again next year!


If you’re interested in joining one of our Riders weeks, we still have a few places on our next two weeks for this summer. The dates for the next Riders Weeks are

Sat 25th July to Sat 1st August

Sat 22nd August to Sat 29th August

This great value package comes in at 429GBP per person and includes:

  • Ensuite accommodation in a Luxury chalet with hot tub and sauna
  • 6 dinners (2 courses)
  • 7 continental breakfasts
  • Full Portes du Soleil area lift pass
  • Return airport transfers with Skiidy Gonzales
  • Free marsh guard for all guests
  • Use of Park Tool stands and Juice Lubes products
  • Videographer to capture your best (and maybe worst) moments

If that doesn’t get you stoked, check out some of the pictures and video that our videographer Moss Media House captured in this first week. The Riders week are for everyone to enjoy from families to group of LADS. Morzine has some unreal mountain biking and we want you to see it. Get on a plane to Geneva or jump in your car and drive to Morzine.


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