La Plagne is situated in the Tarentaise Valley and is part of the Paradiski area linked to Les Arcs. La Plagne itself is made up of 10 villages, 6 being high altitude resorts: Aime la Plagne, Belle Plagne, Plagne Villages/Soleil, Plagne Bellecôte, Plagne Centre and Plagne 1800. There are also a number of nearby villages which include Vallandry, Peisey, Plan Peisey, Villaroger, Nancroix, and Landry. In December 2003, La Plagne and Les Arcs were linked up by the Vanoise Express, making it super easy to access this expansive resort. Which offers a vast array of runs for all levels of skiers and boarders with over 225kms of pistes in La Plagne alone and 425kms within the entire Paradiski area.
La Plange has something to offer for all ski abilities. A large portion of La Plagne’s ski area is a beginner’s playground and it’s well known for being a beginner-friendly resort. There are a number of open green and blue slopes situated on a rolling plateau high above the tree line. The wide, well-groomed pistes across the resort leave much space for beginners to practice their turns on. And it’s also a great place for intermediates and families looking for wide open slopes. However, that said, there is also large off-piste areas, steep couloirs, and steep descents. And with the Vanoise Express linking the resort up to Les Arcs and the rest of the Paradiski’s 425kms of pistes, there’s plenty to keep you busy!
Find the lesson that suits you in our La Plagne Ski School.