Reach4thealps provide catered & self catered chalet holidays throughout the year

Enquire For A Summer Holiday


ReachfortheAlps provide catered & self catered chalet holidays throughout the year

Enquire For A Winter Holiday

Catered & Self Catered chalet holidays for all of the family to experience and remember


In the summer we have a large selection of self catered chalets and apartments in Morzine and Les Gets.

Last Minute Summer Offers

Save 15% off our Les Gets Chalets & up to €800 off our Morzine chalets

Christmas & New Year Offers

25% off Xmas and FREE kids ski passes, 25% off New Year as well as fantastic short breaks and long weekends available

Summer Sports & Activities

Mountain Biking, Road Cycling and Hiking

The main sports in the area are mountain biking, road cycling and walking or hiking in these beautiful mountains. The lift system takes the pain out of the upfill for both mountain bikers and walkers alike and road cyclists can test their strength on the gruelling ascents, following in the steps of the Tour De France riders. If you fancy trying a bit of everything then we offer fully catered multi activity holidays.

Activities in Morzine & Les Gets

The activites on offer in the summer are endless from arenaline packed activities such as white water rafting or canyoning to paragliding or more relaxed sports such as tennis, golf or going for a splash in the outdoor pool or in one of the beautiful lakes or or use the lift system to do some shorter walks with incredible views. Other sports that have taken off recently include trail running and triathlon training

The Alps in the Summer
Are Amazing

Winter Sports


Linked with 11 other towns, Avoriaz has become a big player in one of the best circuits in the world and with a massive ski area of 650km2 there’s some major off-piste to shred.

Skiing in Morzine & Les Gets

The Portes du Soleil is one of the biggest linked ski and snowboard areas in the world- so it really is an amazing place to come for your winter holiday. You can enjoy the rolling powder fields of Les Gets one day, then the steeper, more challenging runs of the Avoriaz ski area the next.