5 Reasons to Visit La Plagne

La Plagne has been home to skiers, snowboarders and snow lovers for 60 years. Here are just five reasons to visit La Plagne, from the beautiful accommodation to the new snow park suitable for all skill levels.

1. Outstanding Skiing

An extraordinary ski area with varied slopes of all levels of difficulty and fantastic panoramas. There are 425km of pistes throughout Paradiski (La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry), 225km of which is in La Plagne alone.

2. Wonderful accommodation

Choose the accommodation that suits you from 11 pitches and just as many different ambience options: seven mountain pitches, three villages and one village in the valley.

La Plagne has its own online travel agency that makes it easy to book accommodation, transport, transfers and activities.
Find out more: www.laplagneresort.com/

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3. Unique experiences

If you are looking for something other than skiing, discover two sites that are unique in France and accessible to all: the bobsleigh track and the ice tower (for people over 8 years old).

Try a bobsleigh ride on a historic track, the only bobsleigh and skeleton track in France. In 1992 it was the home of the Olympic event for the Albertville Olympics.

Climbing the 22m Mr. Freeze-like ice tower activates all your senses: touch and hearing to sense how this translucent living element reacts; Visibility is important for placing your ice axes and crampons correctly (as well as enjoying views of the surrounding glaciers); taste and smell the pure, clean natural fragrance! Imagine wearing a Spider-Man costume and enjoying the wonderful sense of accomplishment as you climb higher in the safety of a safe rope and mountain guide.

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4. New snow park

This year, enjoy the new Riders Nation snowpark, accessible to all levels – beginner and advanced.

New name, new address! The historic Belle Plagne snowpark is moving to the Dos Rond sector in Montchavin-Les-Coches.

Accessibility remains the keyword and the “tuto” sign accompanies and advises beginners. And for those who prefer to watch the show, everything is designed to be able to enjoy it up close!

5. Rest and relaxation

Come to the mountains for rejuvenating activities, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life

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Ski sophrology offers a different kind of ski session, where you take the time to breathe, relax and cuddle the trees.

From 2023, visitors can go on Cani Raquettes, a snowshoe tour that takes on a new dimension with an optional “toutou” classification. Cani Rando’s alter ego in summer, lovers of four-legged friends or even those who are not fans of walking (children… even teenagers) who will not watch the passage of time. Steve’s sled dogs are a great way to explore the woods in a new way.

Rest in an outdoor spa overlooking snow-capped mountains at Deep Nature Bains & Spa La Plagne. There are two areas: Spa Family (from 4 years) and Spa Premium (from 16 years).


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