La Plagne

As one of the leading winter sports domains, La Plagne offers a choice of resorts that will suit skiers of all levels and extends to the Les Arcs domain to become Paradiski, a larger playground for new ski sensations.

About La Plagne


Altitude: 1250m-3250m 

Resorts: Plagne Montalbert, Plagne Centre, Plagne 1800, Plagne Soleil & Plagne-Villages, Belle Plagne, Aime 2000, Montchavin-Les Coches and Champagny-en-Vanoise

225km of slopes (linked to Les Arcs forming the wider Paradiski ski domain: 425km of slopes)

 10 slopes  69 slopes  33 slopes  18 slopes

1 snowpark, 3 boardercross, 1 halfpipe

Lift Passes

Winter 2016/17 Prices (6 days) :

La Plagne

(including 1 day Paradiski)

Adult : 259 

Child (6-13) & Senior (66-71) : 207.50 € (under 6 free)


(+ 1/2 day La Plagne on the day of your arrival)

Adult : 298 €

Child (6-13) & Senior (66-71) : 238.50 € (under 6 free)

Discounted rates available when booked with Lagrange Prestige self-catering accommodation at Residence Aspen in Plagne Villages, Les Chalets Edelweiss in Plagne 1800 and Les 3 Glaciers in Montchavin.

Predicted opening : 17/12 to 22/4

Piste Map

Featured Resorts

Plagne 1800

The small and rustic high altitude village of Plagne 1800 is situated centrally in the La Plagne ski domain. This former mining village is now full of small wooden chalets and retains its charm compared to the typical high-altitude resort.

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Plagne Villages

Perched above Plagne Centre, Plagne Villages is a central, high-altitude resort within the La Plagne domain. The location offers convenient skiing and views over the slopes and across the domain.

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Flanked on the mountain side overlooking the valley across to Les Arcs, Montchavin is a traditional mountain village with an attractive pedestrianised centre. Offering modern facilities and a convenient location at the centre of the massive Paradiski domain, it is the perfect setting for families and groups of varied abilities.

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