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La Plagne and its ski area
2021 - 2022 Calendar and Opening Season
Opening and closing :
- Opening of ski area 11 December 2021
- Link to Paradiski 18 December 2021
- Closing of ski area 30 April 2022
La Plagne Ski Pass
High Season from 18/12/2021 to 23/04/2022
- 1 day: Adult (13-65 years): €57 l Child (5-13 years): €46 l Senior (65-75 years): €46
- 6 days: Adult: €285 l Child: €228 l Senior: €228
Low season from 11/12/21 to 17/12/21 and from 24/04/22 to 30/04/22
- 1 day: Adult: €48.50 l Child: €39.50 l Senior: €39.50
- 6 days: Adult: €242.50 l Child: €194 l Senior €194
La Plagne offers various ski packages. For example, the duo pack offers a €10 reduction depending on age group if you buy two consecutive six to fifteen passes at the same time.
LA PLAGNE PISTE MAP
Skiing in La Plagne
The Ski Area
The vast ski area of La Plagne is notable for its remarkably diverse terrain. Enjoy the freedom of the vast piste network, with no less than 225 kilometres of runs, and experience a true sense of freedom as you ski over glaciers and through forested valleys.
Beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers are well-catered for with a total of 135 marked runs to choose from. There is something for everyone.
Breakdown of marked runs:
- 18 black
- 35 red
- 74 blue
- 8 green
© Office de tourisme de La Plagne - E.Sirparanta
New Ways for Skiers to Have Fun on the Snow
La Plagne is keen to offer skiers the chance to discover alternative forms of skiing and different ways in which to have fun in the snow.
- La Plagne's Fun Slope is the longest in Europe. Great for kids and adults alike, you can gain confidence on your skis as you encounter interactive sounds, raised turns and other surprises such as a bridge and a tunnel.
- Head for the "Wild West" in the Buffalo Park, a themed fun slope suitable for the young and young-at-heart alike.
- Come and assess your ski level and see if you can beat your own record on La Plagne's timed slalom course, within easy reach of the centre.
- Three boarder cross courses and a half-pipe will delight the more adventurous.
- Intermediate and advanced skiers can discover the Big Air Bag where they can try out new tricks and jumps safely, before landing on a giant inflated cushion.
Paradiski Ski Area
As its name suggests, Paradiski is a vast snowsports playground. With no less than 425 kilometres of marked runs, it is the second largest ski area in the world. Discover something new every day on your skis.
The Paradiski ski area starts at an altitude of 1,200 metres and rises to 3,250 metres. It is linked to the neighbouring resorts of Les Arcs and Peisey-Valandry.
Did you know ? It is possible to traverse Paradiski entirely on blue runs - a delight for less experienced skiers.
70% of the La Plagne ski area is situated above 2,000 metres, thus ensuring exceptional snow cover throughout the winter season in this purpose-built resort.
The Lift System
A state-of-the-art lift system with 76 ski lifts offers quick and convenient access to the skiing.
La Plagne Lift System Includes:
- 2 cable cars
- 10 gondola lifts
- 31 chairlifts
- 30 drag lifts
- 5 magic carpets
And let's not forget the Vanoise Express, the longest cable car in the world, which links La Plagne to the neighbouring resort of Les Arcs.
So, are you ready to enjoy your next ski holiday?
With more than 3,000 reservations per year, Cimalpes enables more than 25,000 holidaymakers to benefit from hotel comfort in their own accommodation each winter.