La Plagne


La Plagne ski resort, part of the Paradiski domain, is located in the Tarentaise region of France, nestled within Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Savoie Mont Blanc, and Savoie, near the town of Albertville. This winter wonderland vast 225 km of ski slopes, serviced by a network of 74 lifts. The ski terrain spans elevations ranging from 1,207 to 3,167 meters. La Plagne is truly a skier's paradise, fulfilling every skier's fantasy with its remarkable and diverse ski terrain covering 225 km. This expansive ski resort offers a plethora of charming villages, exciting snowparks, and awe-inspiring glaciers. What's more, an impressive 70 percent of the ski area is positioned at altitudes exceeding 2,000 meters, ensuring exceptional snow reliability. For those seeking a unique adventure, a ride down the Olympic bobsled run of La Plagne (La Roche) provides an exhilarating alternative experience. In addtion to numerous broad, mellow slopes, accommodations with direct slope access, consistent snowfall thanks to high elevation, accessible untouched off-piste powder, and an extensive selection of dining establishments.

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Where is La Plagne located?

La Plagne is located in the Tarentaise valley in the French Alps. It is situated above the towns of Aime and Champagny en Vanoise. The closest major airports to La Plagne are Lyon (2 hours) and Geneva (2 hours). You can also reach La Plagne via train connections from Paris and London to towns like Moutiers, Aime, and Bourg St Maurice. Find out more

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