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Welcome to Hox Chalet!

We are delighted to welcome you to your new home from home.

In this guide, you will find a programme for our days together. We’ve rounded up recommendations for some our favourite things to do in the area – including restaurants, bars, ski runs & hikes. All the important details you need to know about your Hox Chalet stay can be found below.

Enjoy your stay with us.

Team Hox

Less pressure, more leisure

Chalet Info

Wi-Fi Password: Tree1ine

Hot Tub: Open 8am – 11pm

Hoxton Chef: Max Robinson

Chalet Bar: Open every day with Grey Goose


16:00 Arrival drinks and chill time at Hox Chalet. Hot tub time machine waiting for you!

18:00 Ski & snow equipment and rentals at the Chalet

20:00 Cantina Valentina Dinner at the Chalet by our Chef Max

22:30  Nightcap cocktail

Cantina Valentina restaurant description


Adventure on the slopes, cosy day in, or neighbourhood exploration – its up to you!



07:30 Sweet treats & savoury snacks left out for you – check the board for todays options!


07:30 Homemade Hox breakfast served in the living room

10:00 Pick-up from the Chalet to the slopes!

Departure from the slopes? You decide! Everyone has their own vibe.

16:00 Apres Ski and afternoon fancies at the Chalet. Hot tub time machine waiting for you!

19:00 Grey Goose Masterclass

20:00 Elio Dinner at the Chalet by our Chef Max

22:30 Nightcap cocktail

Elio restaurant description


06:00 Grab a Hoxton breakfast bag

10:00 Check out time

Survival Guide

Your Morzine neighbourhood survival guide. Below are some of our favourite spots, on and off the mountain.

La Paika

An old farmhouse in the most authentic setting, La Paika serves up meats cooked al fresco on a wood-fired BBQ. You need to be comfy with red runs but it’s oh-so worth it.

Le Changabang – top of Les Prodains

Right at the top of the Les Prodains cable car lift is Le Changabang, the best mountain burger money can buy. With curly fries, too. Love.

One for the night owls. If you’re up for a laugh, grab your group and go night time tobogganing. Can we all just be kids again?

La Bonbonnière – 129 Rte de la Plagne

Walk 15 minutes into the heart of town and you’ll find the most amazing bakery, La Bonbonnière. You’ll struggle to leave without a treat, even if you just wanted a stick of bread. The almond croissants are a staple.

Le Petit Lindaret  – Les Lindarets

Savoyard cooking is a staple in Morzine – essentially cheese and potato. Sounds good to us! Find the best in Les Lindarets a 20-minute drive away, famous for its free-roaming goats, at a place called Le Petit Lindaret. Order their Tartiflette, a great hangover cure if you can handle the cheese!

Top of Super Morzine

Head to the top of the Super Morzine bubble on a sunny day and you’ll find Les Griolles, smack bang in the afternoon sun with deck chairs and plenty of wine.

Morzine Market – Place de la Poste

If you’re after some local ‘fromage’ for your pals back home, head to the food market on Wednesday from 8am-12pm. Raclette. Galore. Busy? Le Pelio is also a great option for cheese, open every day of the week.

Le Telebene – top of Zore

At the top of the Zore chair lift is a little snack shack called Le Telebene, serving up banging pastries and a killer view. A must-visit.

Lac de Montriond

If you’re after a day off the slopes – or perhaps you don’t ski/snowboard – head to Lac de Montriond (10 mins by car) for a walk around the lake with stunning views. It’s about 2.5km and is perfect for blowing away the cobwebs.

La Folie Douce Avoriaz – Route de l’Alpage

Apres wouldn’t be apres without mentioning La Folie Douce Avoriaz, if you can find it – follow the noise. It’s got a brilliant restaurant, banging atmosphere and we recommend you book a VIP table.

Le Tremplin Hotel – 166 Taille de Mas du Pleney

If you’re after something a little more dancey, first head to the bar at Le Tremplin at the bottom of the Pleney bubble. Heaters, DJs, live music, the lot, with a view of the mountains no less. Then move on to The Cavern Bar, Morzine’s very own full-fat live music bar for lots – and lots – of dancing.

Hox Chalet ski lift up the mountain

Ski Runs

The best ski runs for beginners and pros, early risers, forest fans and calm chases.


Super Morzine Lift  | Blue run

If you’re up for the first lifts, it’s always tempting to head up Super Morzine and head over into Avoriaz. But instead of that, once you’re off the Zore chair lift, take the blue run Tétras – it’s a wide, sweeping piste, usually untouched and softening in the morning sun.


Express Lift | Blue & red runs

Head to the Chavannes area of Morzine and grab the Ranfoilly Express lift up out of the bowl. At the very top, if the sky is clear, are incredible views of Mont Blanc from a viewing platform. Head early, it’s popular and the run gets chopped up quickly. Take the blue or the red from the top, also used for training by Morzine’s top ski clubs.


Perriéres Express Lift | Red run

If you just want some you time, pop over to La Turche in Les Gets and get the Perriéres Express lift up to Mélèze. It’s lovely red run down, often quiet and in great condition because it’s at the furthest point of the resort.

Les Arbis

Chamossière Chair Lift | Blue run

In the Nyon sector of Morzine is the Chamossière chair lift – a little out of the way, so nice and quiet. Many don’t bother but take it up to a blue run called Les Arbis and you’ll be rewarded with a scenic trip through the trees and the piste almost all to yourself.

‘The Swiss Wall’

Chavanette Chair Lift | Black Run

Over in Avoriaz on the Swiss side sits ‘The Swiss Wall’, one of the hardest runs in Europe. By now, it’ll have moguls the size of a small car and will test even the best on the slopes. It’s a quick route from the Fornet bowl over into Switzerland and the joys of Les Crosset. For those that bail – the chair lift takes people down again too. Enjoy!

Hox x Circle

Prefer to explore by foot than by ski? We’ve partnered with Circle to bring you our top three routes for running fans.

Tourist office – retour des Nants – Passerelle de Nyon – la Bray – la Boucherie – return via promenade du renard – Bidon Street – Church

6,5 km | 290 m. D+ | 35 min to 1h10


This route, mainly traced on wide paths, stands out for its accessibility and simplicity. Lacking any particular technical difficulties, it offers a pyramid profile that allows runners to challenge themselves throughout the entire course.

Let yourself be captivated by this running experience and enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the region!

Church – La Glière – Le Dravachet – Lake Montriond – Montriond – Church.

13 km | 300 m. D+ | 1h10 to 2h


Start your adventure in the heart of Morzine and explore Lake Montriond.

This loop, starting from Morzine, follows mountain streams winding between Savoyard chalets. Take on this shaded trail to discover one of the most renowned lakes in the region. Continuing your journey, the path leads you to the Ardent waterfall nestled deep in the forest. The more technical descent will guide you through winding and hilly single tracks to the village center, where you can enjoy a well-deserved rest. A beautiful adventure to discover the essential of Morzine!

Church – les Putheys – Les Meuniers – l’Acquy – Morzinette – en Ly – l’Acquy – return via the same route.

11,8 km | 710 m. D+ | 1h to 2h30


Embark on an adventure to conquer the Morzinette alpine pasture and relish in an awe-inspiring view of Morzine and the Avoriaz resort. This athletic excursion begins with a gradual ascent along a trail skirting the forest’s edge. Transitioning to a smoother path, you’ll eventually reach the Morzinette chalets, marking the peak of this challenging escapade. Prepare for a memorable climb and a panoramic view that will leave you breathless!

Hox Chalet drinks on the slope

Food & Drink

Your perfect serve in Morzine . . .

Le Tremplin

The Haka Bar

La Grange


La Rotonde

Au Bon Coin

O Chalet


. . . or in partner town Avoriaz

Le Strike

The Place

La Cabane



Don’t forget to check the Goose on the map! 🍸

Just In Case…

In France, there are different numbers for different types of emergencies:

Ambulance – Call 15

Police – Call 17

Fire – Call 18

All emergency services can be reached through 112.


Mountain Rescue Services

If you get into difficulty on the mountain, call the relevant Rescue service (‘Secours’) for help:

Morzine +33 (0) 450 798 455

Les Gets +33 (0) 450 797 222

Avoriaz +33 (0) 450 741 113


These numbers will be listed on the piste map but you may wish to save them in your phone. 112 can always be called in an emergency

Extra information can be found in Treeline’s Chalet Guide HERE