La Plagne is part of the famous Paradiski domain linking its skiing area with neighbouring Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry to provide an amazing variety of runs for all abilities. At 2050m the resort is renowned for having fantastic snow, and with the Bellecote glacier the area boasts a long season from November to May.
There’s incredible skiing no matter what standard you are: from gentle nursery blues and greens around the ski stations, to plenty of hidden powdery tree-runs alongside the pistes skiing down into the villages of Montchavin; from the Bellecote glacier offering some of the most breathtaking drops and invigorating runs in Europe, to the freestyle haven offered by the 3 parks, 2 half pipes and numerous kickers for riders to thrown themselves off to their heart’s content.
Belle Plagne is one of a number of La Plagne’s purpose built, self-contained ski centres and is linked to the lower village of Bellecote by a cable car which runs till the early hours. As well as the four other resorts by a free shuttle running bus from the Bellcote village or by easy connecting ski lifts during the day. All of our accommodation is located in the traffic-free village of Belle Plagne at 2050m and all of it has ski in/ski out access. Between the two villages there are plenty of bars for great après ski, good traditional French restaurants and leisure facilities including ice skating, swimming, bowling and paintballing. For those of you who are looking for a further adrenalin rush why not take a ride on the Olympic bobsleigh run located just below Plagne 1800.
The resort is perfectly tailored for the smaller groups on a smaller budget, who want to take the skiing seriously but are looking for somewhere that still offers a good range of bars and even a nightclub for those who want to stay out late.