Bring in the New Year in style with a ski holiday to the French Alps.
La Plagne ski resort is definitely an excellent choice to spend your Christmas Break as it's one of the top family ski resorts in Europe!
If you're wondering if La Plagne is good for beginners, the answer is yes. Out of a total of 127 runs, 72 are blue and 30 are red. Most part of this french ski area is on a plateau where there are wide and easy slopes for you to gain some confidence.
Will there be snow during December?
The ski resort lies at an altitude of 3,250 metres and the slopes go all the way down to 1,250 metres. So, the answer is definitely yes. La Plagne ski resort is expected to open on December 15 ;)
What is there to do in La Plagne if you don't ski?
There's loads of other activities you and the kids can do besides skiing. How about trying bobsleigh track?
La Plagne was initially known for having the local take part in bobsleigh competitions. They have a track that is open to holidaymakers at the end of the afternoon. You should definitely give it a go! What a rush!
There are also other activities like sledding and Airbord, which is an inflatable body board.
If you wish to find out more about this ski destination before confirming your booking, we suggest you read our ski holiday guide to La Plagne, where you will find useful info about the ski resort, things to do besides skiing, après-ski in La Belle Plagne, etc.
Something else you should have in mind when booking is that, on Esquiades.com your ski holiday to La Plagne will include accommodation + ski pass and if you wish to add extras, we can provide ski insurance and equipment rental.
You may or may not know that La Plagne is part of a very big ski area called Paradiski. So, if you pay a bit extra, we can offer you a ski pass that will give you access to the entire ski area ;)
How do you get to La Plagne?
The heart of the Alps is Chambéry, so, if you fly into Chambéry Airport, you can take a bus transfer to La Plagne ski resort and it will take around 90 minutes. If, however, you fly into Geneva or Lyon, the bus transfer will take about 2 hours and 30 minutes, approximately.
If you are into a self-driving ski deal, this is also possible with Esquiades.com as what we provide is the accommodation + ski pass + extras such as: ski insurance, equipment rental and you can even pay a bit extra and you can use your ski pass for the entire Paradiski ski area!
If you have any other questions, our team of ski and snowboard experts are available from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm and you can either call them on +44 (0)2 036 959 406 or send them a message via our contact site.