La Plagne

Resort Highlights

  • Plenty of wide, gentel slopes
  • Reliable snowfall due to altitude
  • On the edge of the Vanoise national park
  • Europe’s longest boardercross

La Plagne is a collection of small, purpose-built ski resorts and traditional villages located on the edge of the Vanoise National Park. Each resort/village is separate from one another (although they are linked by ski lift and shuttle buses) and each has their own character and ambience. La Plagne has a total of 128 pistes with 9 green pistes, 67 blue pistes, 33 red pistes and 19 black pistes, plus there’s around 80km of cross-country skiing, a half pipe and a toboggan run.

La Plagne is located in the Savoie region of France, in the Tarentaise valley. It benefits from being on the edge of the Vanoise national park, an area of natural beauty and wildlife which attracts plenty of summer visitors as well as those coming here to ski.

La Plagne has Europe’s longest boardercross – the Funslope, with jumps, steep curves and bank waves. The altitude villages guarantee door-step skiing.