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Bus Services in Morzine

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Located near the border with Switzerland, Morzine is part of the larger Portes du Soleil ski area, linked to Avoriaz and Les Gets. Morzine and its neighbouring villages benefit from having free regular local shuttle buses and a little tourist train that serves the centre and stops at the major ski lifts.

International services


In the winter, there is a direct bus service from Geneva bus station to Morzine, which runs on Saturdays. Otherwise, it takes around one hour from Geneva train station to the closest main town, Thonon-les-Bains (line T71) and then a further hour or so from Thonon to Morzine by bus. 

For more information on the best transport options from the airport see our Getting Here Guide.

Airport Bus Services to Morzine and Thonon-les-Bains Train Station
Routes Timetables
Geneva Airport - Morzine (Saturdays in winter only) Timetable
SAT Leman Line 71: Geneva - Thonon-les-Bains Year-round Timetable

NB: These timetables may vary throughout the year and during holidays, contact the transport companies in advance to avoid disappointment.

For national and international travel take a look at our coaches page.

FlixBus International Coaches, Europe

Morzine Local Buses


Morzine has a network of 10 free village shuttles that connect the different areas in town. Generally during winter the buses run every 30 minutes starting from 08:30.

There's also a bus linking Morzine centre with the Prodains Express cable car that goes up to Avoriaz, and a 'Petit Train' service from the Pléney to the Super Morzine lift. All of these shuttles are free to use.

Les Gets has its own free shuttle service that dots around the village. Les Gets also has a door-to-door night shuttle service operating from 19:30 to 23:30 every night during the winter (from the third week of December to the second week of April). Tickets cost around €3 for adults, €1 for children under 12 and it's free for the under fives. You can pay on the bus, but reservations are required in advance and can be made by calling +33 (0)6 23 37 82 01 between 18:30 and 22:30.

Morzine and Les Gets Village Shuttles
Route Winter Timetables Summer Timetables
Morzine Village shuttles Winter Timetable Summer Timetable TBC
Les Gets Village shuttles Winter Timetable Summer Timetable

The Balad'Aulps buses run along the Aulps valley, connecting Avoriaz, Morzine, Les Gets, Montriond, Essert Romand, St Jean d'Aulps, Le Biot and Le Jotty. Tickets cost roughly €1.50, are valid for an hour and are available on the bus. There are discounts for kids aged 10 and under, while children under six travel for free. There are also 10-ticket cards and monthly passes available at the local bus stations as well as at some tourist offices.

Portes du Soleil Buses
Route Winter Timetables Summer Timetables
Aulps Valley Buses: St-Jean d'Aulps - Montriond - Morzine-Avoriaz - Les Gets Winter Routes and Timetables Summer Routes and Timetables

NB: These timetables may vary throughout the year and during holidays, contact the transport companies in advance to avoid disappointment.

Summer 2020 in Morzine - Safety measures in place

Scenic trips


Morzine Bus also offers summer scenic bus trips and excursions to a number of different destinations, including Yvoire, Aosta, Annecy, Geneva and Chamonix.

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a medieval castle on not far from Morzine

Train stations to Morzine bus services


Morzine, Les Gets and Avoriaz are connected to the nearest train stations, located in Thonon-les-Bains and Cluses, thanks to a couple of bus services that run throughout the year.

Train Stations to Morzine Bus Services
Routes Timetables
SAT Leman Line 91: Morzine - Les Gets - Thonon-les-Bains Train Station Winter Timetable
SAT Annemasse Line 91: Morzine - Les Gets - Cluses Train Station Winter Timetable

NB: These timetables may vary throughout the year and during holidays, contact the transport companies in advance to avoid disappointment.

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About Trains to Morzine