Take a look at our blogs below for more information about Hunter Chalets and life in and around Morzine. Please feel free to share our blogs on your social media and tag friends who may be interested.

Joining our guest for their Mt. Blanc summit – Hunter Chalets – Jöttnar

November 7th, 2017

Jump to our interview with Gavin. Jump to the Jöttnar kit list. Click here to see the summit video clip. Morzine is a true year-round resort offering the largest connected ski area in the world during the winter and one of the best outdoor playgrounds in the summer. A mecca for mountain biking, road biking […]

Top 10 summer activities in Morzine

June 16th, 2017

Everyone associates the Alps with winter and skiing but did you know that Morzine is one of the busiest year-round resorts in the French Alps? There is so much to do in summer and these, in no particular order, are our top 10 ‘must do’ activities… Road biking – If being part of the Tour […]

Why Should you stay at Hunter Chalets? We will let this article do the talking for us!

March 16th, 2017

Many thanks to Graeme McGarry  at The Herald for the fantastic review of staying at Chalet 46˚ As a non skier, Graeme explains how fantastic Chalet 46˚ is for all guests whether you are coming to Morzine to ski or not. We think it is the perfect accommodation for summer too. With a huge outdoor deck, sun […]

Where to ski in Morzine & Portes du Soleil – Different areas for different people

October 27th, 2016

All areas referenced can be viewed on the Portes du Soleil interactive ski map so you can start planning your days out from Morzine. What is “the best piste” for one person isn’t necessarily the best piste for someone else so we have broken it down and highlighted what we think are some of […]

Six things you don’t need to pack for a Hunter Chalets holiday

October 19th, 2016

The combination of limited luggage allowance and bulky ski gear means that every little thing matters when it comes to packing for a ski holiday. The less is more mantra is easier said than done when you need to allow for minus 15˚ wind chill and glorious, bluebird skies. Luckily, we can take some of […]

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