Fly to Geneva. There are flights to Geneva from Gatwick, Southampton, Birmingham, Luton, East Midlands, Teesside, Manchester, Cardiff, Heathrow... and many of these are low-cost flights. Then rent a car at Geneva (75 - 90 minutes driving from Geneva to Morzine) which can be quite cheap from Easy Jet. Easy Jet can provide snow tyres and ski racks on their cars. The car is likely to be useful for you at the chalet too (and there is a garage for one car + parking for 2 more). The garage and spaces are close to the road, which is cleared frequently by the council so you shouldn't have much snow shovelling to do.

Another possibility is flying to Lyon but this is over 3 hours drive from Morzine. Some useful links are:


If you are flying and would rather not rent a car we can organise your transfer to Morzine for you. Please visit Skiidygonzales. You will be given a discount code to use with them when you book with us.


Drive via Calais. Driving time, excluding stops, is about 9 hours assuming you use the autoroutes (typical tolls about £30 one-way) from Calais. You might need snow chains for the last few miles.


Full address will be given upon booking.

Finding the chalet once you get to Morzine

These apply whether you are coming from Cluses/Les Gets or Thonon.

Proceed right the way through Morzine following the signs to Avoriaz. At the end of the town is a roundabout, continue to follow the signs to Avoriaz. About 100 metres after the roundabout there is a very sharp left hand bend. Left at this bend is signposted Avoriaz, but you should go straight-on, sign-posted "Vallee de la Manche". (If you find you are doing S bends up the mountain, you have missed the turn.).

Go along this road for approximately a mile from the turning. This takes you past the sign to the Nyon lift. You will reach a hamlet sign-posted "La Boucherie". Chalet Thym Montagne (or Mountain Thyme) is about 200 metres from this sign on the left hand side. It is the second chalet of a group of five and is clearly signed.


There are buses to Morzine from the railway stations at Thonon and Cluses (TGV).