La Plagne Ski School

Our experienced close-knit team that makes up our La Plagne ski school has spent the past seven years refining ski lessons in La Plagne, so we know what works and what doesn’t. So you can feel comfortable and make the most out of your lessons.

We want you to have a seamless holiday that will exceed your expectations and leave you inspired to learn and explore more. We know it’s the little things that count. Whether you’re looking for private lessons, group ski lessons, coaching, a bespoke package for your corporate trip, or to find the best lunch spot, our experienced team in the French Alps have got it covered.

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La Plagne at a Glance

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Nearest International Airport

Geneva or Chambery 

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Meet the Team

La Plagne Ski School Instructors

We currently don’t have any snowboard instructors available in La Plagne, so we can’t offer snowboarding lessons in La Plagne at this time. But please do get in touch as we can recommend other local ski schools who can provide snowboarding classes.

Ski School Meeting Point

Where you’ll meet your instructor

Group LessonsThe New Generation La Plagne Meet Point is at the top of the Meleze chairlift above La Plagne 1800. There are no meeting point flags, so please look out for our instructors in their North Face uniforms.

Private Lessons – We are happy to meet anywhere in La Plagne. We just need to know at the time of booking to allow us plenty of time to meet you at your preferred location.

Choose Your La Plagne Ski Lessons

Custom Experiences

Tailored for each client
Adaptive Ski Lessons

Adaptive ski lessons are enabling more people to participate in snowsports with the greatest possible level of independence.

Bespoke business packages
Corporate Lessons

La Plagne is the perfect place to host your corporate ski trip! This world-famous resort offers a variety of activities to keep your employees entertained, including skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and bobsledding.

La Plagne is also home to some of the best apres-ski options in the world, so you can be sure that your employees will have a great time after a long day on the slopes. New Generation has extensive experience in organising corporate ski trips, and we would be delighted to help you plan an unforgettable trip for your team.

Contact us today to find out more about our services and how we can help you make the most of your La Plagne corporate ski trip!

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La Plagne FAQ’s

Our Ski Lesson Costs are from

* quoted prices are for 1 – 2 pupils in non-peak weeks. Additional pupils can be added for a fee and prices in peak weeks are higher.

La Plagne is a great ski resort for beginners to learn to ski or snowboard. There are plenty of specific areas designated for first-timers and young kids to learn to ski in a safe environment. There are even lots of free lifts for you to have a go on before you have to buy a lift pass.

Everything you need to know for first-time skiers in La Plagne.

La Plagne sits at a high altitude of 2,150m and is a snow-sure ski resort. The huge network of slopes with access to the Paradiski area is well maintained by the resort staff and if necessary snow is made artificially.

Fly + Airport Transfers

If you’re arriving by air then you’ll probably fly into either Grenoble, Lyon or Geneva.

There are buses from the airport but you will need to change at Moutiers and they’re not cheap so if there is a few of you it often cheaper to share a transfer.

The train is the cheapest option from the airports but again this will involve several changes and the trains are somewhat infrequent.


It’s about a 9hr drive once in France to reach La Plagne. The benefits of driving are no luggage restrictions and the option of an extra day skiing during a week’s holiday but the tolls can be quite pricey on the motorways so something to consider.


The Eurostar offers overnight trains direct from London St Pancras to Moutiers (about 30mins from La Plagne, at the foot of the mountain). If you don’t mind overnight travel, and can sleep on trains (or are willing to forego sleep) then this can be one of the cheapest and most convenient ways to reach the Alps. Plus, no extra charge for ski carriage. You just need to be able to carry all you can bring…..

La Plagne isn’t an expensive ski resort, compared to many high-end resorts like Courchevel or Verbier. But you can still expect to pay high prices in restaurants on the mountain. La Plagne is suitable for families and all budgets, with a little forward planning.

If you’d like to visit La Plagne on a budget, opt for a self-catering apartment and make a picnic to eat on the mountain at lunchtime to cut costs on the mountain.

Information regarding La Plagne list passes and how to know which area pass to buy.

La Plagne opens on a different day each year. Check out La Plagne’s opening dates here.

Bobsleigh Experience

For adrenalin-packed action give the Olympic bobsleigh a go – the only bobsleigh in Europe. It’s not for the faint-hearted though as you whizz down between 80-130km an hour! The Bobsleigh in La Plagne offers 3 different experiences with prices starting from 79€. This activity is for the adrenaline junkies and health and height restrictions apply. It’s a truly unique experience that is completely exclusive to La Plagne.

Sledging on the Colorado

A piste in Plagne Centre has been especially designated to sledging, from 1.30pm till 6.30pm, try some extreme sledging. The Colorado has a minimum height restriction of 1m40 and is not for the faint hearted. It’s best to wear ski gear, as you can get and cold very quickly and it’s included with your ski pass.

Paragliding flights

If you fancy the feeling of flying and being the closest a human can be to flying then paragliding is for you. Up on the top of the Grande Rochette in Plagne Centre, Paridifly offers tandem paragliding flights, this offers sensational views over Mont Blanc and the Three Valleys. They will also film your flight for a small supplementary fee. It’s well worth the money and a fantastic experience for the young and not so young!

Sleigh Ride with Husky dogs

A must for all animal lovers, you wil find Sledge rides pulled by husky dogs, leaving from Plagne Villages and heading up on the Dou Du Praz.

Outdoor Heated Swimming

Plagne Bellecote has a newly renovated outdoor heated swimming pool, the Magic Pool, where you can swim with the snow on the poolside. There is also a spa area with a sauna, spa and steam room.

Skidoo / Snowmobile Rides

Snow Panthers offer s Skidoo rides from Plagne Centre. The hour-long session takes you up into the mountains after the pistes have closed to experience the fantastic views and sunset tours in the springtime. It’s a great activity if you love the mountains and motor sports.

Webcams can be found on the official La Plagne website.

The closest airport to La Plagne is Chambery. But most of our clients fly to Geneva or Lyon as there’s more choice and it’s often cheaper.

La Plagne ski resort sits at 2,150m altitude.

La Plagne has so much to offer to families. Whether you’re keen skiers to not, there is plenty to keep kids of all ages occupied. Take a look at the activities you can discover in La Plagne.

We recommend T4 Nannies for childcare in La Plagne:

T4 Nannies
T4 offers a private nanny service in Val d’Isere, Tignes, Meribel, Courchevel, La Tania, La Plagne and La Rosiere. They hand pick nannies who share the belief that undivided attention, fun and getting involved are the key ingredients to a happy family holiday.

La Plagne is easy to get around with a free bus service between the various villages.

Plagne Bellecote then offers a loop bus service, heading to Plagne Centre then to Plagne 1800. Between Plagne Villages and Plagne Soleil there is both a bus service and the telebus, depending on the time of day.  From Belle Plagne to Plagne Bellecote there is no bus service, but a cable car that runs from 08:00 until 01:45.
The official website of the local tourist board.

See La Plagne
A useful website with information about the best places to ski, eat and drink.

Need help with your winter holiday booking?
Give us a call, we’re here for you.

UK office: +44 1462 674 000
Lines open: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00 UK


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