Welcome to our Montriond destination guide page

Here you will find information about the lovely village of Montriond such as, webcams, snow forecasts, local & piste maps, lift passes, tourist office info & more. (For more information on our Montriond transfer service to/from Geneva please click here).

Montriond is based in the heart of the massive Portes Du Soleil region (covering 650kms of pistes in both France & Switzerland) between Les Gets & Avoriaz & next door to Morzine.

What to do in Montriond in the winter & summer

In the winter months, of course Montriond is perfectly set up for skiing & snowboarding with the Ardent bubble only a short journey away. Montriond is also only a 5 minute drive from central Morzine & is on the free bus route to other local chair lifts/bubbles.

In the summer, Montriond is probably most well known for its beautiful lake (Lac Montriond) situated in an absolutely gorgeous alpine setting (there really can’t be many more beautiful settings in world), perfect for weddings, barbecues, swimming & other water bounds activities. The lake is a lovely place to walk or run round (with kids & dogs especially) as it is one of the only flat places nearby.

Useful Montriond Information

Montriond Ski Area

To make sure that you don’t get lost while you are enjoying yourself on the piste… have a look at this piste map of the local area.

Where To Stay In Montriond

If you are still looking for accommodation in Montriond, you can visit the Morzine Tourist Office website here for all your accommodation needs.

Montriond Ski Pass

Need to buy your ski pass and want to avoid the queues at the ticket office… you can now pre-purchase your ski pass online.

Montriond Village Map

If you are wanting to know how to get around the village of Montriond you can use this handy map.

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  • We love going to La Marmotte D’Or in Montriond where there’s live music, & a great choice of delicious drinks & food including Monster Munch! Their big terrace is a lovely place to relax in the sun in both the summer and winter months.

Montriond Tourist Information Office