La Plagne ski resort is set at high altitude in the Savoie French Alps. Enjoy reliable snow and ten linked villages that together form a 225km ski and snowboard playground! La Plagne is extensive and an
ideal ski holiday destination that caters for all abilities
La Plagne, with a dizzying collection of 10 separate villages - each with its own character and infrastructure - and 140 miles of slopes - has an unusually high number of blue and red runs, giving the average skier an enviable range of possibilities
The superb ski area joins neighbouring Les Arcs between Montchavin-Coches and Peisey Vallandry to form the huge Paradiski domain with 425kms of runs
, linked by one of the the world’s largest cable cars, the Vanoise Express, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. At 3250m, the Bellecôte glacier is the highest lift served location in the resort. The aptly named village of Belle Plagne is built in chalet style and is the most scenic village. Plagne Soleil, Centre and Village are ideally situated in a sunny bowl and offer great piste access
. Après-ski activities include tobogganing, bobsleigh, ice climbing, airboarding and spending the night in an igloo. But for a laid-back après-ski full of delicious drinks or a warming Alpine delicacies, Plagne Centre is the place to go.
As La Plagne is so extensive, it is the perfect location for a ski holiday, catering for all levels of skier, while families are very well catered for too. Most of the areas have excellent ski schools and nursery runs for children and beginners.
There are more benefits to this massive ski area, too - offering a wide variety of activities, from Skidoos to France's only bobsleigh run via the ice rink. Swimming pool, bowling, paragliding and seven-cube and a 900m long snow park, totally dedicated to freestyle, is available.