If you ski here in La Plagne, your ability won't overly matter as you'll enjoy your winter holiday whether you're skiing or snowboarding. This is all thanks to the Paradiski ski area - one of the largest in the world with 225kms of pistes. Read on....
La Plagne offers 10 mainly purpose-built villages clustered around the valley town of Aime. As part of the world class Paradiski you'll find a cable-car link to Les Arcs offering over 225km of piste spread across 134 slopes. Skiing and snowboarding in France really is this good. There are good links via Chambéry or Grenoble.
On the Slopes
High in the Savoie French Alps, ski holidays in La Plagne ski resort offer you access to the Bellecôte Glacier, with guaranteed snow throughout the season. This area has a reputation as being a dream destination for intermediates, with plenty of long, cruising runs, but more advanced skiers will enjoy a wealth of off-piste, ranging from 60º slopes on the north face of the Bellecote glacier through to delightful tree-lined runs that characterise the edges of the Paradiski area.
If you Ski La Plagne you are also in the ski region of Paradiski .
Off the Slopes
In the higher villages, much of the accommodation offers the convenience of doorstep skiing, and you'll also find a range of great restaurants on your doorstep - over 50 at the last count. La Plagne comes with every type of food and every price range catered for, you'll always find something to suit you. The La Plagne ski resort après-ski is good, with 10 night clubs open till late. Other activities include an ice rink and outdoor heated pool, ten pin bowling and even electronic golf at Belle Plagne. For additional activities, there's all the usual winter sports as well as an Olympic bobsleigh track.
Who's it Best For?
La Plagne is great for intermediates but as you are linked to the huge Paradiski ski area there really is something here for everyone. Good for families with so much ski in ski out convenience and great if you want to ski off piste.