Unless you intend to pedal up the Mountain you will need a lift pass for Morzine and the surrounding Portes du Soleil mountain bike zone. The reason most people decide to take a MTB holiday to Morzine is to enjoy the lift assisted riding and the unbelievable trails that this area has to offer.

There is also the option of the the Multi Pass for those travelling to Morzine that do not want to ride a mountain bike, this is popular with families as it unlocks many activities around the resorts, but does mean you cannot take your bike on the lift system.

See more info below on the summer lift pass options for Morzine and the Portes du Soleil.

What does the Portes du Soleil MTB Lift pass cover

If your are mountain biking, the best pass to buy is the full Portes du Soleil. There is no smaller area pass in the summer apart from individual trips on each lift. But with 8 trips on Le Pleney costing €28 and a full PDS pass costing €29, unless you are a complete beginner or using the lifts to access  the mountain before going on a pedal, it makes much more sense to buy the full pass.

The Portes du Soleil Lift pass covers all resorts and all lifts;

  • Morzine / Super Morzine / Avoriaz
  • Les Gets / Mont Chery
  • Champery / Morgins
  • Chatel / Pre La Joux / Super Chatel
  • Lindarets
  • Mossettes / Les Crosets

The full PDS pass also allows access to pedestrian lifts, though not with your bike. Basically, with the pass if the answer is yes, you can use every lift that is running.

If you are staying with MTB Beds and do not have your lifts pass included in your Riders Week package, we can arrange you lift pass for your mountain bike holiday with exclusive prices.
 

Portes du Soleil lift pass prices 2020

If you are not staying with MTB Beds, here are the public PDS lifts passes for the 2020 mountain bike season.

portes du soleil summer mtb lift prices

Enfants : Under 16 yo / Jeune :  16 à 19 yo / Senior : 65 yo +
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NC : Non Consecutive / Under 5 yo Free

Purchasing your lift pass could not be easier

If you are staying with MTB BEDS we can purchase your lift passes for you and have them ready in your accommodation waiting for you. Your lift passes can not be pre paid for but will be available at your accommodation instead of the lift office.

We offer this on six day passes only, original price is €119 including the magnetic card. We will offer your pass for €110. including the hands free magnetic card which if you keep will reduce your pass next time by €3.

We require you to arrive at your property before 1630h to have your passes on arrival day, or there will be a short wait in the morning. Make sure you have your cash ready! 

If this is a service you would like to take advantage of then please let us know by replying to your booking area.

 

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Mountain bike hire in Morzine?

Looking to hire a Mountain Bike in Morzine? We have a range of Transition Patrol and Sentinel MTB Bikes waiting for you. We can even deliver the bike to your accommodation in Morzine and have our Mechanic set the bike up to your weight and riding style. 10/10. 

  • From £65 per day (Free Full Face helmet)
  • Enduro and Downhill rental bikes in Morzine

MTB Day trips

Our famous MTB day trips from Morzine to Pila, La Thuile, Samoens, Morgins and more are a must for your Morzine MTB Holiday! 

  • From £20 per person

Airport Transfers

Looking to book a Mountain Bike specific airport transfer from Geneva to Morzine or Nice to Finale Ligure with trailer?

  • From £30 per person

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You're about to book, your Morzine trip, but you don't know if your bike is the right one for the task or, you have a choice of bikes to bring....If you are in a rush and don't want to read the long version, it's fairly simple. If it's your first visit to Morzine, we'd probably plump for the downhill bike. You'll be giddy to hit up those gnarly bike park laps and you don't need to stray far from the lifts to have a blast. Does it limit the trails I can ride if I only have a downhill bike? Yes, the downhill bike will be hard work on the enduro trails.

You don't want to fly and and you don't want to drive. How else can you get the the Alps? Unless you are going to ride your bike there a train is the alternative. It's something different and has quite afew benefits over driving or flying to Morzine.

You're probably only going to take this option if access to the Eurostar service from London Pancras is easy for you. It's here you'll need to set off from, first hitting Paris Gare de Nord, then onto Paris Gare de Lyon then onto Geneva or Cluses, then Morzine.