La Plagne

La Plagne: the resort with 11 faces

Not sure where to go? La Plagne, the second largest ski area in the world, is certainly the one for you.

Indeed, with so many resorts grouped together, you are bound to find something to suit you:

  • Aime la Plagne, Belle Plagne, Plagne Villages/Soleil, Plagne Bellecôte, Plagne Centre and Plagne 1800, for the high altitude resorts.
  • Champagny en Vanoise, Plagne Montalbert, Montchavin and Les Coches, for the village resorts.

All these destinations are located between 1250 and 2100 metres, but the huge modern ski area reaches an altitude of 3250 metres to offer you 425 kilometres of pistes for all levels, with optimal snow cover.

This family resort for winter and summer sports mixes different atmospheres to satisfy you fully.

A ski area for all levels

10 green, 69 blue, 33 red and 18 black. Crossing forests, dolines and glaciers, the 225 km of runs in the Grande Plagne area have earned an international reputation. Its variety of levels and its accessibility make it a family resort as well as a place prized by high-level skiers.

And for those who can’t get enough, the playground continues with Paradiski, connecting to the Les Arcs area. The programme includes snowparks, freestyle zones, bordercross and cross-country ski runs, all accessible by one of the largest cable cars in the world.

JNJ PHOTO - La Plagne child Buffalo

A super lively resort for your stay

Located between 1250 and 3250 metres above sea level, La Plagne is made up of 6 high altitude resorts and 4 village resorts. They are all linked by free shuttles located at the foot of the slopes. In La Plagne, you can forget about the car! And find your happiness whether you go with your family, your lover or your friends, by tasting mountain dishes, by curling up in a warm chalet, by offering yourself a sauna, by going dancing, bowling, playing an escape game or listening to a live concert in the pretty and lively pub La Mine in the 1800 resort.

Eleven villages to discover

Eleven villages dot the La Plagne ski resort and each has its own personality. Montchavin pampers families, Champagny cultivates the Savoyard tradition, Montalbert is in the heart of nature… As for Aime 2000, it unveils an unobstructed view of Mont Blanc and holds the label “Patrimoine du XXe siècle” (20th century heritage) for its modern architecture… It’s up to you to choose your atmosphere!

Extraordinary activities

Do you love animals? La Plagne offers ski joëring, a sport that originated in Scandinavia. Here it is a horse or a pony that pulls you, on skis! Others can choose a ride in the great white with a dog sled. As for the budding climbers or experienced mountaineers, they will come and taste the pleasure of ice climbing on a 24m high tower. But above all, speed fans will enjoy a bobsleigh track unique in France. The record reached? 134 km/h.

Strong sensations!

Dive under the frozen lake of Tignes, fly over the mountain in a helicopter or paraglider…

Nature lovers and thrill seekers will not be left out. And to fill up on adrenaline, the ski resort of Tignes is equipped with a Bun J Ride ramp. Let’s go for a 40m jump in complete safety!

Interactive map of the tracks

Discover our hotels in La Plagne

Carlina Residence

Created with Sketch. La Plagne - Belle Plagne 2050

Carlina Hotel

Created with Sketch. La Plagne - Belle Plagne 2050

Photo credits

  • Photo of the main banner (sunset over La Plagne): © Olivier Allamand – Source: OT de La Plagne
  • Photo of the skier with the green coat: © JNJ Photo – Source: OT de La Plagne
  • Illustration photo ” An all levels domain ” (Children and cowboy decoration) : © JNJ Photo – Source : OT de La Plagne
  • Illustration photo “Eleven villages to discover
    • Photo 1 (view of the village with blur): © Olivier Allamand – Source: OT de La Plagne
    • Photo 2 (sunrise over the village): © Olivier Allamand – Source: OT de La Plagne
    • Photo 3 (view of the village): © Pierre Augier – Source: OT de La Plagne
  • Illustration photo “unusual activities
    • Photo 1 (off-piste): © Elina Sirparanta – Source: OT de La Plagne
    • Photo 2 (child ski jumping): © JNJ Photo – Source: La Plagne Tourist Office
    • Photo 3 (sled dogs): © Mathias Bernal – Source: La Plagne Tourist Office
    • Photo 4 (La Plagne swimming pool): © Pierre Augier – Source: La Plagne Tourist Office
    • Photo 5 (Colorado sled): © Pierre Augier – Source: La Plagne Tourist Office
    • Photo 6 (bobsleigh): © Pierre Augier – Source: La Plagne Tourist Office