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Les Gets is part of the Portes du Soleil ski area in France, the largest ski area in Europe with over 650km of pistes. The Portes du Soleil is so large that it is one of the few ski areas that can say truthfully "there is something for everyone". It is well known as being an intermediates paradise - mile after mile of piste allows you to cover a huge amount of ground. The terrain is so varied and there is so much to discover that it keeps people coming back year after year.


Beginners are also well served.


For experts, the amount of easily accessible off piste is just phenomenal. You can easily spend whole days skiing without touching the pistes once, and without any hiking. There are also a number of good, steep black runs including the infamous "Swiss Wall" which is reputed to be the steepest run in the Alps.


LES GETS | 1172 - 2002 m
This family resort lies between two skiable areas. On one side is Mont Chéry, an isolated and less-visited area with challenging red and black runs and on the other is the Chavannes area linked to the large Portes du Soleil area.


Village altitude : 1172 m
Minimum/Maximum altitude : 1172 / 2002 m
Les Gets : 67 slopes (110 km)
6 green slopes / 24 blue slopes / 28 red slopes / 9 black slopes
Piste Map


PORTES DU SOLEIL | up to 2466 m (Avoriaz)
Maximum altitude : 2466 m
Resort : 288 slopes (650 km + 243 km Cross-country skiing)
41 green slopes / 109 blue slopes / 110 red slopes / 28 black slopes


Portes du Soleil includes the resorts : Avoriaz; Les Gets; Morzine; Châtel; Abondance; La Chapelle d'Abondance; Saint Jean d'Aulps; Champéry; Champoussin; Les Crosets; Morgins; Val d'Illiez; Torgon; Montriond.

 

Chalet Mahana in the snow

 

Les Gets is suitable for beginner skiers

 

Beautiful view down the valley from Chalet Mahana

 

Les Gets has plenty of red and black runs for advanced skiers