The Bosch Portes du Soleil charging points are available free of charge to mountain bikers (although you will be asked to pay for consumption in the refreshment areas and restaurants). You can charge your Bosch bike directly at the charging point or another bike brand if you have the charger with you.
Charge up your battery during your lunch break thanks to the charging stations available along the trails and near the mountain restaurants.
Alpine bar. Typical and warm.
Offering fresh air and spectacular views in abundance, this quaint high-altitude farm is also a restaurant and alpine gite, serving our own, homemade local delicacies.
Located at an altitude of 1550 m, facing south facing the Dents-du-Midi, 6 km from Morgins, Chanso Chalet offers visitors and hikers an exceptional panorama.
The new Cookie Café, located between Switzerland and France at the top of the Mossettes Chair Lift, is Les Portes du Soleil’s highest altitude restaurant.
Enjoy Swiss specialities and traditional dishes from the Valais in a welcoming environment
The mythical mountain restaurant, located at the top of the Foilleuse chairlift, at 1814m above Morgins, is renamed “Là Ô”.
Come to discover or rediscover our little corner of paradise! Breathtaking view of the Dents du Midi! Optimal sunshine, fauna and flora, everything to be happy!
This intergenerational, people-friendly gathering place is designed to bring relaxation, conviviality, and community back to the heart of Morgins.
Nature and adventure go hand and hand in a treetop ropes course!
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Nestled at an altitude of 1650m on the slope of the Corbeau chairlift, this restaurant and its terrace offer you a dazzling view of the Dents du Midi mountain range!
Founded in 1952 by Olga and René Coquoz, Chez Coquoz was the first altitude restaurant in the Portes du Soleil. More than 6 decades later, still under the management of the same family, this restaurant remains a pioneer of local gastronomy.
The restaurant Chez Gaby 1670 is located at 1670 meters in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area. Local products served in a typical decor that pays tribute to the old wood and an impressive collection of more than 190 bells.