Drive to the Alps or Take Flight? How to Travel to Morzine for Your Ski Holiday
Anyone who lives in Europe knows instinctively how fortunate we are when it comes to geological abundance—mountains, lakes, oceans, seas, it’s all here.
Skiers and Snowboarders have it best though, don’t you think?
Whether you ski or board, you could definitely argue that the Alps are Europe’s crown jewel for those who love adventures in the snow.
In fact, the Alps are in the “Goldilocks Zone” for us Brits—close enough to get your ski fix with half a day’s travel, but far enough away to be a novel and exotic holiday destination. Thanks to Eurostar and the Channel Tunnel, as well as the explosion of budget airlines (what would we do without RyanAir, EasyJet, and Jet2?), an alpine ski adventure is easier than ever.
If winter in Morzine is on your schedule this season (if you’re in doubt, your next read should be this article on Morzine vs Meribel), here’s a peek at the best way to get here—and some pro tips to make the journey stress-free and yes, even fun.