The 5 best actives for interseason in Morzine

Morzine Interseason is the time between the two peak seasons, Summer and Winter. Here in Morzine we have a shorter interseason in the spring – from the end of April to mid June. Autumn interseason is the longer one, it runs from the beginning of September to mid December when the ski lifts open. 

I absolutely love interseason! It’s quiet in the village so it’s a great time to catch up with friends. We’re bang in the middle of the Autumn interseason now and Morzine is looking so beautiful. The mountains have been painted all colours and the snow is on the horizon! It’s always super exciting waiting for the first proper snow fall because we all know that’s when things really start to accelerate towards winter.

Here are 5 Interseason Activities to keep you entertained

ONE: Massage! After a big summer of sport and before a bigger winter of skiing, interseason is the best times to give your body something back. Enjoy a massage in the comfort of your home. Stock up with some goodness – fizzy water, fruit and some magazines, giving you that spa day feeling. I come to you with everything I need for your massage. All of my treatments are offered mobile and allow you to really enjoy a detox day at home!


TWO: Hiking and Running! As I previously mentioned, the mountains are looking incredible! It’s such a lovely time of year to be out exploring the local trails as described in my favourite autumn trail routes. My favourite products for Autumn sports can be found here!

hiking to a lake in Praz de Lys

THREE: Animal Watching! During these quieter weeks you’re more likely to come across mountain animals. It’s super cool to see deer and chamois doing their thing. Binoculars will definitely enhance the experience! Here’s some info from the RSPB website if you’re looking to get some and join the binoc gang!!

animal spotting during interseason

FOUR: A day out to one of our neighbouring towns – Abondance, Sixt Fer-a-Cheval or Chamonix are all fantastic for spending a day touristing!

Chamonix mountains

FIVE: Via Ferrata! This is a super fun activity! There are a few routes near us (St Jean d’Aulps, Avoriaz), recently we did the Samoens Via Ferrata which was super fun. It’s a little scary but worth it for the incredible views.

man looking through binoculars at the mountains in interseason

If you’re looking to come out this interseason, have a look at my Morzine Recommendations where I have selection of accommodation providers here in Morzine and Les Gets. Interseason weeks are not only more affordable, but also more available! I’m here throughout interseason and working as normal during these months running up to winter.

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