La Plagne is made up of 11 destinations which welcome all snow sports lovers; La Plagne Vallée, La Plagne Montalbert, Plagne 1800, Montchavin les Coches, Plagne Bellecôte, Plagne Centre, Plagne Aime 2000, Plagne Villages, Plagne Soleil, Belle Plagne and Champagny en Vanoise. Everyone has their own strengths and personality. From the typical mountain village to the more modern resort, La Plagne meets everyone's expectations.
Emile Allais, a French skiing legend who won three gold medals at the world championships in 1937, discovered La Plagne in 1960. Four municipalities joined forces to create the Syndicat Intercommunal de La Grande Plagne (SIGP). In collaboration with an architect, they imagine an "integrated station", perfectly adapted to its environment. In 1992, La Plagne hosted luge and bobsleigh events, becoming an unmissable destination.
In summer, the resort transforms its ski slopes into a large bike park accessible for all levels. Its immense playground offers forests, mountain pastures, natural trails to hurtle down the mountain bike tracks at full speed! Organizing the mythical 6000D alpine trail, amateurs and professionals alike will compete over 6,000 meters of vertical drop! Be careful to choose your trail gear!
In the heart of one of the largest ski areas in the Alps, La Plagne offers a whole range of activities to try out new experiences. Paradiski is a huge ski area where you love to meet up. No less than 425 km of trails to satisfy all your desires, whether you are a beginner or an experienced skier! Many areas are dedicated to new snow sports. You will evolve in a magnificent setting, travelling through the resort of La Plagne, Peisey-Vallandry, Les Arcs, under the benevolent gaze of Mont Blanc. On the ski area of La Plagne, you will be full of sensations as you descend various slopes in the heart of the immensity of the Alps.
Located in Belle Plagne, the snowpark of La Plagne will delight all freestyle enthusiasts. Offering different lines for each level, it will allow you to train and improve yourself thanks to modules to launch your tricks. You can also try your hand at the mini half-pipe for a maximum of sensations!
La Plagne is a true land of champions. Julien Lizeroux, Antoine Adelisse or Kevin Rolland, the ski resort has seen enthusiasts become professionals in alpine skiing, ski cross, freestyle or bobsleigh. The Fun Slope is a playful course on a blue track with a series of raised bends, bridges and tunnels. An area for the whole family on one of the longest slopes in Europe! If you are not afraid of heights, take the Vanoise Express and try the VertiGo experience with a plunging view of the valley thanks to a transparent glass plate.
Various original activities are offered in the resort such as ski joëring, snowshoeing, dog sledding, biathlon or Fatbike. And for powder snow enthusiasts, 7 marked ski touring itineraries are available in magnificent landscapes. To book your ski equipment, go to one of our Precision Ski shops in La Plagne!
From Geneva, Lyon-St-Exupéry or Grenoble airports, buses provide high season connections to the main stations in the Haute-Tarentaise. By car, the A43 motorway will take you to Albertville, then simply take the N90 in the direction of Bourg-Saint-Maurice. In Aime, take the exit and the D220 then follow the direction of La Plagne. The Aime-La-Plagne SNCF railway station allows you to easily access the station thanks to the different bus lines serving the high altitude villages. Shuttle buses are available throughout the year to take you to the slopes or to a nearby village.