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Long weekend in morzine in march

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi all
Looking for some advice from all you experts! Thinking of going for a long weekend to Morzine (3 nights) in March - the first or second weekend. Maybe 4 people - how easy would it be to get accommodation for 3 nights- b&b or half board - don't want to break the bank! Picked Morzine as been ther before and is an easy transfer from geneva - is there another resort you would recommend - we can all ski pretty good well so looking for a decent ski area . Thanks!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Simone, welcome to Snowheads. It might be easier if you left it till the following weekend (17th-18th) as the first two weekends things will be pretty full; french school hols. But plenty of SHs who know that area - you might get lucky with somewhere which caters mostly to the British market. Also worth looking at Chamonix - it often seems to be easier to find non-standard accommodation there.
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