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Chatel is the central ski resort of the Portes du Soleil. A single ski pass for 2 countries, 300 slopes and 600km of skiing! Consult online the piste map of one of the largest ski areas in Europe.
Portes du Soleil Pist map

The ski pass Portes du Soleil gives access to 300 ski slopes, 197 ski lifts and 11 snowparks.

It links 12 ski resorts in France and Switzerland:

  • 8 French ski resorts: Avoriaz, Morzine, Montriond, les Gets , Saint Jean d’Aulps, Abondance, La Chapelle and Chatel

  • 4 Swiss ski resorts: Champery, Torgon, Morgins, les Crosets- Val d’Illiez-Champoussin.

The Portes du Soleil ski area

Stay in Chatel and take advantage of the incredible Portes du Soleil ski area on the French-Swiss border. With its 300 ski runs and 197 ski lifts spread across 12 resorts, you have access to over 600 km of pistes! While on your skiing holiday in Chatel, you can explore the region's stunning mountain scenery on your days out skiing. It will feel as if you could almost touch the majestic 7 peaks!

Chatel, the ideal location in the heart of the Portes du Soleil area

When you open your Portes du Soleil piste map, you will notice that the resort of Chatel is right at the heart of the ski area. This location gives you easy access to the Swiss resorts on one side and the French resorts on the other. Chatel is a French ski resort situated in Haute-Savoie, a stone’s throw from the Swiss border. The neighbouring Swiss resort of Morgins is easy to get to, just a few slopes and ski lifts away! Take a look at the piste map on our website, and don’t forget to take it with you when out skiing!

The Portes du Soleil area in summer

In both summer and winter, you will be amazed by the majestic grandeur of the mountains in either their winter white or summer green attire! Vacationing in the mountains comes in many shapes and forms and whatever the time of year, you will be won over by the vastness of the landscape and the resulting tranquillity. On skis, on foot or on a MTB, explore the Portes du Soleil.