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La Plagne ski resort has more than 225 km of slopes. It is one of the most famous areas of France. This ski resort is located 2 h 34 min (214.9 km) from Lyon and 2 h 23 min (195.1 km) from Geneva.
It is connected through the Vanoise Express, one of the largest cable cars in the world, with the Les Arcs ski resort forming Paradiski, the second largest ski area in the world with 425 km of slopes. It has a large number of tracks for all levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Exactly, it consists of a total of 135 tracks.
The highest point of the La Plagne ski resort is 3,250m and the lowest 1,250m. Can you imagine the views that you can enjoy while sliding through the snow?
This station is one of the most complete for all types of skiers, beginners have a rope-type or tapestry ski lift in each village, 9 very wide and long green tracks so that the little ones and not so small ones can learn without any problem to slip by Snow. The school that is in the station welcomes children from 5 years old!
For intermediate skiers who love snow and want to enjoy gliding along blue and red runs, the La Plagne ski resort has 73 blue runs and 34 red runs.
Here we will find the longest track in La Plagne that goes from the Bellecote Glacier to the town of Montchavin. It has 2000 meters of altitude and a length of 15 km. An authentic pass!
But if there is something that fascinates the most expert skiers is, the black tracks and the off-tracks. And is that this station has a total of 19 black slopes and demanding. The most difficult track you can find is the Emile Allais, which has a length of 3 km and 900 m. of unevenness.
For the out tracks we recommend that you count with the help of a high mountain guide, you can not miss the most incredible descents.
Also in La Plagne there are 11 different villages and at the foot of the slopes. All have their charm and at the same time totally different among them, for example: Montchavin La Plagne a family town with villas and wooden farms.
The other side of the coin is Plagne Bellecôte a younger atmosphere, you can enjoy a hot bath in the pool after being all day skiing.
The construction of La Plagne (Eng.: Alpine Meadows) as a ski region first began in 1960. Just one year later, the first lifts began working and in the course of the year the artificial villages were created around Plagne Centre. After beginning with these basic purpose-built buildings, the architecture began to take a new direction to smaller, nicer apartment buildings. Today there are ten stations, each with a different visage, so there is something to suit everyone.
Highest point ski area 3,250 m
Lowest point ski area 1.250 m