Chalet Chambertin is located in the beautiful surroundings of Vallée de la Manche with amazing views up to Nyon and the Col de Cou. Our signature chalet Chambertin offers the very best in chalet holiday comfort.
With beautiful views over Morzine town and a gorgeous interior, Chalet Le Prele is perfect for large groups and families. Chalet Le Prele sleeps up to 12 people in 5 en-suite bedrooms.
Chalet Kaplamaki sleeps up to 12 people in 5 en-suite bedrooms. The chalet has a large open plan social area and the location is perfect for access to both Morzine town and the surrounding slopes.
Situated in the heart of Morzine, L'Aubergade is the perfect alpine retreat in both winter and summer. The hotel boasts great food, a homely bar area and you can even ski or bike to the door!
Situated within 150m of the Prodain lift, La Kinkerne is a lively après – ski Bar, Hotel and Restaurant with five beautifully alpine-inspired en-suite bedrooms, providing great value accommodation right next to the lifts.
L’Aubergade is a perfect retreat for summer holidays in Morzine. Ideally located at the foot of the Pleney mountain and just 200m from the Pleney lift hotel L'Aubergade offers quick and easy access to the trails. With slope side and town facing rooms along with a large sun terrace – this is a perfect hotel for cycling, hiking or activity holidays.
The Ridewell Lodge, a comfortable and social retreat for keen mountain enthusiasts in both the summer and winter. Formerly Chalet Montana, this is the perfect place for mountain biking, road cycling and trail running holidays!
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Posted by Olly on May 26, 2014
This is the fourth year on the River Dranse for Frogs Rafting, and Nat and Jeremy are always eager to show you the Alps at their most breath-taking! Rafting is the ideal way to see a part of the valley that you'd otherwise probably not notice, as well as being the the most versatile of our activities - anyone can do it and it's an ideal way to get your adventuring hat on! After you've had a taste you might want to explore the valley a little more which is why we also go climbing and canyoning, and we offer plenty more white-water activities should you decide you want to take on the river again!
Here're ten things you never knew about rafting on the Dranse…
1 Anyone can do it - there's no upper age limit: as long as you can swim 25ms, you can raft! The oldest person we've taken rafting is 76 years old; the youngest we can take on the Dranse is 8 years old. Let us know when you book what kind of trip you're interested in and the guide will do his best to deliver, although we can never guarantee you'll not fall in.
2 It's a brilliant wet-weather activity! The only people smiling on rainy days are kayakers and rafters: you're kitted out to get wet and you won't notice the rain once you get started!
3 There's hardly any water in the Lower Dranse (where you raft) in the early morning and late evening - the level is controlled by the Hydroelectric Powerstation which releases water from the dam at Le Jotty. When water levels fall in the dam (when there's not been much rain late in the summer) we have only a few hours to get you down the river as the dam closes early.
4 You rely on the guide, but the guide relies on you too! Each paddler is essential to the team: the guide will organise you in the boat so weight and strength is equally distributed, but everybody must paddle to keep the boat balanced, the guide cannot do it alone.
5 If you sit at the front you'll get splashed, at the back you'll get more bumps…there's no 'best seat', it's worth moving round when you have the chance, but do listen to the guide's advice: see above!
6 Wetsuits are you're best friend. Ok, so you're floating on recently melted snow but as soon as you get wet you get a thin layer of water between you and your wetsuit which your body then warms up, so within a moment of the initial shock, you're perfectly warm. Paddling hard also helps ….
7 …but peeing in your wetsuit won't keep you warm: go to the loo before you get kitted up! You want your wetsuit to be snug so water doesn't wash through if you fall in and remove that layer of water you've warmed up. Pee in your wetsuit and you'll be warm until it starts cooling down: in the end you'll just be sitting in your own cooling-down wee!
8 Rafting isn't just about thrill-seeking, you'll see the Valley from another perspective: you'll float down the gorge with the opportunity to see the unusual rock formations that most people don't notice, and huge boulders that have fallen into the river (and are now obstacles for rafters!)
9 Keep your eyes open for the wildlife: watch out for ducks and their ducklings watching you, little dippers follow you along in the raft, and beavers (their dams and gnawed trees anyway: beavers are shy so it's really rare to see one, but you never know!)
10 There's more than rafting available, you can also go cano-rafting (like kayaking, you'll be in charge of your own boat) and hydrospeeding (go down the rapids headfirst holding onto a float…!)
You can get the lowdown from our very own Rowena on her amazing trip with Frogs! If you have booked to stay with us this summer then you might be lucky enough to win a rafting trip with Nat and Jeremy as we are going to pick a winner from one of our lucky guests very soon!!! Hurrah!