Morzine-Avoriaz is located in the Haute Savoie region of France, just 75 minutes from Geneva International Airport.
Morzine-Avoriaz is a busy ski village in the winter and a spectacular triathlon and cycling destination in the summer.
Home to the Avoriaz hill climb, a famous bike route that has featured in the Tour de France 7 times and will form part of our Olympic and Sprint Triathlon courses.
Avoriaz will host the Finish line and the Transition area from bike to run, in addition to the Tristars event.
Morzine-Avoriaz is a great village for a family holiday, especially if you love the outdoors! Read more about Morzine here
Lake Montriond is located 2km from the centre of Montriond and a further 2km from the centre of Morzine
Lake Montriond is 1.4km long and 400 wide in some spots.
The lake is surrounded by a walking/running trail which also extends towards the village of Ardent.
Lake Montriond is a beautiful setting and must be seen to be believed.
Lake Montriond will host the swim leg of the Olympic, Sprint & Super Sprint Triathlons as well as the transitions area for the swim to bike transition. The Super Sprint will take place around Lake Montriond in 2023
Please familiarise yourself with parking, registration and transition maps.
Transition Areas 1 & 2 and the race finish are split between Lac Montriond and Avoriaz, spectators can park at Ardent and use the Cable car and Chairlift to get to Avoriaz. Please note the Col de Joux Verte road will be closed after Ardent.
Free buses to Ardent will leave Lac Montriond at 11h et 11h30, leaving from P4 parking area next to Hotel du Lac.
Collect your free liftpass (courtesy of la SERMA) at registration to take the cable car & then the Lindarets chair lift. See Map for details.
Walk to event from top of Lindarets chairlift down to centre of Avoriaz village (transition & kids & finish line all in same area)
Lifts down (Ardent cable car & Lindarets chairlift)