Aiglon Morzine: The Ultimate MTB Retreat
The lifts close in Morzine early in September but, us locals, carry on riding all the way through Autumn. We are now offering you the chance to come and join us. We will organize everything for you. You just need to get yourself here and you can spend your Autumn on an incredible mountain biking holiday!
The accommodation at the Aiglon is 4* and you will have the best time with our guide Jo from Ride-Ability. Not only will he guide you to the best trails but can also give great tuition. You will need to be prepared to pedal but your efforts will be handsomely rewarded. So, if you fancy having the mountains and therefore all the single tracks to yourself, send us an email or give us a call so that we can discuss the details of your stay.
Sample Autumn Biking Packages
This is an example of a packaged deal for our Autumn Mountain Biking Holidays. This allows you to explore the area like the locals, with the added benefit of staying in our wonderful apartments. The package is as follows:
- €555 per person based on 6 sharing a 3-bedroom apartment
- 4 night’s accommodation in Aiglon
- Return transfers
- Evening meals on each night (max 4) and 3 packed lunches
- An experienced and qualified MTB Guide for 3 days
Simply fill in the enquiry form on this page, and we’ll be back in contact with further information.
*Smaller or larger groups can be accommodated (price subject to change). There will be a small charge if uplifts are required. Bike hire available at extra cost.
One of the main benefits of Morzine is its location. Whether your preference is to travel by car, train or airplane, transfers to Morzine couldn’t be easier.
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“Really nice apartment with all the things you might need for a self catering stay. Comfortable beds, nice hot showers, close to a supermarket and plenty of local restaurants. We would most certainly book to stay here again.”
September 2018 – UpFront Reviews