- Over 225km of skiable piste
- Part of the extensive Paradiski resort area
- Over 110km of beginner to intermediate runs
- Advanced skiers can enjoy the black runs from Glacier de Bellecôte
- Wide range of après-ski option
Why choose this resort?
On the Slopes
|Calais (Coach) to La Plagne||13 hours|
|Grenoble to La Plagne||3 hours|
|Geneva to La Plagne||4 hours|
|Lyon to La Plagne||3 hours 30 mins|
|Chambery to La Plagne||2 hours|
|Turin to La Plagne||4 hours|
Après-ski is what La Plagne does best and your group has the pick of swimming, ice-skating, bowling, disco dancing and even a chocolate fondue evening. La Plagne is also home to the 'Colorado Park' toboggan run giving students the chance to enjoy two runs down the 1500m slopes full of exhilarating twists and turns.
- Swimming (Plagne Bellecôte)
- Health and fitness centre (Belle Plagne)
- Olympic bobsleigh run
- Karaoke (Belle Plagne)
- Natural ice skating rink (Bellecôte)
- Chocolate fondue evening at the Chalet Hotel Rhôdodendrons
- Bowling and a selection of games (Belle Plagne)
- Disco (Bellecôte - dependant on numbers)
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Morzine remains one of the most popular resorts in the Portes du Soleil ski area attracting school groups seeking a great range of slopes and terrain options above 2000m. Offering idyllic views including tree-lined runs, Morzine provides school ski groups a great base to explore the slopes and enjoy great après.