- 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 options
Why choose this resort?
Take your pick of the pistes as the magnificent combination of resorts La Plagne and Les Arcs enable you to choose from over 400kms of skiable terrain commonly known as Paradiski. La Plagne alone offers a vast ski region with an extensive network of cable cars and lifts taking your group up its 2000-metre slope. With lift passes available to access all areas of the Paradiski, there’s every chance your students will never need to ski the same stretch twice.
On the Slopes
La Plagne offers up a banquet of 225kms of piste, including numerous long and winding trails leading back to the beginners’ slopes which can be found in each of the main villages. If you’re just starting out, then you can count on some superb ski schools and gentle nursery slopes to ease any initial fears as your students grow in confidence. In total, there are approximately 80kms of easy runs and just over 30kms for the intermediates. Advanced members of your group will find themselves well-catered for too with some of the black runs speeding away from the Glacier de Bellecôte offering some challenging slopes. With top-class snowparks and boardercross trails in and around Bellecôte, Montchavin and Champagny en Vanoise, it’s easy to see why La Plagne is perfect for mix-mode and ability groups.
|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|
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|NUMBER OF LIFTS||105|
|SIZE OF PISTE||225km|
|NUMBER OF TRAILS||130|
|SNOWMAKING||417 snow cannons|
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