This season our opening dates are:
Malaga – October 27th 2016 until April 1st 2017

Morzine – June 10th until September 3rd 2017
Check the Morzine/Portes du Soleil Lift Opening Dates here

Please pay either in GBP via bank transfer to the following account:

RoostDH Limited
Account number: 89381378
Sort Code: 600420
IBAN: GB03NWBK60042089381378

OR in EUR to the following account:

Malcolm Gordon Finnie
Account number: 0081 – 0616 – 14 – 0001911002
IBAN: ES42 0081 0616 1400 0191 1002

When sending your payment please include your booking confirmation number/group leader’s surname as the payment reference so we can determine who it’s from.

If you would like to send payment from a different currency to our bank’s at the cheapest rates please request a TransferWise link from us via email.

Lift passes can vary in price year on year. Click on the picture below to see the latest proposed prices for summer 2017:


Flights are not included in the holiday prices.

Please check out SkyScanner for the latest flight availability and prices.

Malaga Holidays – We are able to pick you up from and drop you back off at the airport and this service is included in our holiday package.
Morzine Holidays – We are able to arrange transfers from Geneva airport for you, but the transfer itself is not included in our holiday package.

  • Malaga – Guests receive breakfast and evening meals.
  • Morzine – Guests receive breakfast, afternoon cake and three-course evening meals.
  • There is one villa night off per week when no dinner is served.
  • Breakfast is served from 8am – 9am daily, and dinner at 7pm
  • Breakfast comprises a cooked option (eggs, bacon, porridge etc) as well as a selection of cereals, bread, croissants & muffins, fresh fruit, yoghurts, jams, juices, freshly brewed coffee or tea.
  • Please note that lunches are not provided. We know the best local cafes/restaurants where ample portions of fantastic food can be had for as little as (8-10€ in Malaga or 10-15€ in Morzine) per day.
  • Please let us know well in advance if you have any form of dietary requirement
Malaga – Our philosophy is to challenge but not terrify you! That means that during your first day of riding with us you will be skill assessed and we will try to arrange the rest of your trip to suit your level of riding. Having said that, due to the extremely loose and rocky terrain in the south of Spain, we warn that the biking in Málaga is not suitable for beginners in any way
Morzine – The Portes du Soleil has a huge range of tracks from beginner to expert. We can provide maps and advice on how to get to tracks to suit your level.
Malaga – Yes – you will need to pack up your own bike and load it on a plane. This is very easy, and if you need any advice on packing bikes up just visit your local bike shop – they unpack bikes all the time, and will probably have a spare box lying around for you to acquire!
Morzine – The choice is yours! You can bring your bike or hire one from the many bike hire shops in Morzine.
No. We have a well-stocked workshop with tools and parts to deal with most foreseeable mechanical issues, and there are also good bike shops around the area. However, if you use any unusual parts that may require obscure parts or tools, then please feel free to take any necessary items to keep your bike rolling for the duration of your stay.

No. We’re not entirely sure who starts these rumours but that one is totally false! We were incorporated in 2011 and have been going strong ever since.