La Plagne Destination Guide

Part of the famous Paradiski area, with more than 220 km of piste, and 70% above the 2000m altitude, La Plagne is ideal for all levels of skier and snowboarder. There are plenty of blue tracks for beginners, but the red and black runs take up almost half of the slopes, and include snow parks, slide boarders, boarder crosses, half pipes, toboggan runs, and even waterslides.

It is also conveniently linked by cable car to the neighbouring ski area, Les Arcs. Non-skiing activities include dog sledding, paragliding, snowshoeing, ice climbing and zip lining.

La Plagne has a reputation for being a family-friendly resort, with kid’s clubs and crèches, kids ski school and plenty of activities and events for children to enjoy. The different villages within the resort reflect diverse styles and characters.

Plagne 1800

Situated on the edge of the forest, Plagne 1800 has traditional Savoyard chalets and a quieter, more peaceful atmosphere.

Plagne Centre (1970)

In contrast, Plagne Centre (1970) is more family oriented and has a fantastic après ski environment with plenty of shops and restaurants to keep visitors busy when off the slopes.

Plagne Village (Soleil 2050)

The picturesque Plagne Village (Soleil 2050) also has a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere, with typical wooden ski chalets.

Plagne Aime 2000

Plagne Aime 2000 boasts panoramic views and faces the majestic Mont Blanc. Furthermore, there is a shopping mall with shops, restaurants and services.

Plagne Bellecot (1930)

Plagne Bellecot (1930) has more of a party atmosphere, with an outdoor swimming pool and an ice rink. Additionally, there is a snow park and half pipe nearby. It is the starting point for the glacier.

Belle Pagne (2050)

Belle Pagne (2050) is a tranquil village that has been completely pedestrianised, this is subsequently a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the busier areas. It is the highest village and has good access to the full range of slopes and most accommodation is therefore conveniently ski-in / ski-out.

Champagny-en-Vanoise (1250)

The resort of Champagny-en-Vanoise (1250) is close to the spectacular Ice Tower, with spectacular views of the Vanoise National Park.

Montchavin La Plagne (1250)

Montchavin La Plagne (1250) carries the label “Family Plus” with plenty of activities for children and families. In addition to this, there are shops and restaurants galore. There is also an aquatic complex, Paradisio.

Plagne Montalbert (1350)

Plagne Montalbert (1350) is another charming village with many activities such as dog sledding and snowshoeing.

Les Coches

Les Coches also has a traditional look about it, with lots of wood and slate roofs.

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