The Portes du Soleil offers one of the greatest Ski Safaris in the world

Some people only ski in two, maybe three different ski resorts in their lifetime. But how about skiing in 12 different ski resorts on one holiday. Yes that's right! Because the Portes du Soleil is one of the largest interconnected ski areas in the world.

With more than 650 km of pistes, about 200 ski-lifts, 14 valleys, seven snow parks, four airbags, a superpipe in Avoriaz and The Stash freestyle park carved into the forests of Lindarets, the Portes du Soleil is world class. Ranked as one of the two largest ski areas in the world it offers you one of the greatest ski safaris of your lifetime.

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Your Ski Safari

Tackle it clockwise or anticlockwise the results are the same. The PDS circuit is one epic ski safari. In one day you can ski almost every ski resort on the PDS piste map and still have time for lunch. Starting in Avoriaz dropping into Switzerland via the Swiss Wall (or take the chair!), passing through Les Crosets, Morgins, back into France to Châtel, back to Les Lindarets, Super Morzine, then home. If not this way then plan a different route. The world is your ski oyster.

Don't feel like you want to do the whole circuit?

Then pick one of the 12 ski resorts on the piste map and spend the day getting there and then getting back. You could even book a helicopter to fly you home. It’s still a legitimate ski safari adventure wherever you end up!

You could ski Les Gets, Morzine, Avoriaz, Châtel, Morgins, Les Croset, Champery, Torgon, Champousiin, Montriond, St Jean D’Aulps, La chapelle d’Abondance or Abondance. So where will you go? What route will you choose? Where will you eat? What will be your best mulled wine stop?

Our top tip: Always opt for a late lunch

Always opt for a late lunch. That way you can make sure you are close to home before you eat. You don’t want too many post-lunch pistes to ski with tired end-of-day legs and a tummy full of fondue.

A ski safari is the ultimate ski adventure. Just you against the mountain. So make sure you make it part of your next ski holiday.

Ready to organise your very own ski safari? Then why not book your airport transfers with us now. Portes du Soleil is the closest major ski area to Geneva airport and Skiidy runs airports transfers from Geneva Airport to all the resorts in the Portes du Soleil with shared transfers from Geneva to Morzine, Les Gets and Avoriaz every day of winter. Book now. Its one less thing on your to do list.