According the the Guardian: this week Morzine has been ranked the best ski resort in Europe in terms of value for money. We already knew this, or else we wouldn't love it as much, somehow. But how great that the rest of the world is now catching on. The factors apparently considered were piste length (er hello 650km…), snow reliability (thank you weirdy microclimate ℅ Lake Geneva), slope crowdedness - which if we're honest on busy weeks don't feel fun in certain areas, but when we've been with pals they tell us this is *nothing* compared to other resorts. Whatever that means. We've been evangelising about the restaurants on and off piste for years (and they just get better and better each year), and I love that this is a big criteria here too. They're rated 9 out of 10 for quality - which feels rather endorsing! Then this is all added up and divided by the lift pass cost for the final tally.
The full list is here, and Morzine is indeed number 1!