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Belle-Plagne

Thinking of skiing in Belle-Plagne? With a traditional appearance and a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere, a Belle-Plagne ski holiday can be experienced at your own pace in a tranquil setting.

Why Belle-Plagne Ski Resort?

  • Easy access to the ski areas of La Plagne and Paradiski
  • Excellent well-equipped snow park
  • A traditional village in a tranquil setting 

Belle-Plagne (La Plagne) Information

La Plagne can be found in the Savoie region of France, in the Northern French Alps, on the edge of the Vanoise National Park. It forms part of the massive Paradiski ski area which as well as La Plagne includes Les ArcsLes Arcs and its ski areas can be accessed via the Vanoise Express cable car which whisks skiers across the valley in 4 minutes. The double-decker cable car has, in addition to the 360° panorama, a 3-dimensional outlook courtesy of a transparent glass panel inserted into the floor of the lower level of the 2 cabins.

As you take the road from Bourg St Maurice, the first resort you come to is Plagne 1800 (so a good one if you don't want to go too far in the mountains and have a shorter transfer). Next is Plagne Bellecote at 1930m. Above Plagne Bellecote is Belle Plagne. Then above Plagne 1800 is Plagne Centre, the main resort in the area. From here, you can continue on to the right to Aime la Plagne or to the left to Plagne Villages and Plagne Soleil. Three further villages are also connected to the ski area - Montchavin-Les Coches is accessed from Landry further down the valley and lie below the Vanoise Express cable car that takes you to Les Arcs ski area. On the other side further up the valley and below Plagne Aime 2000 is the village of Montalbert. And finally, Champagny lies on the other side of the mountain altogether and has its own ski area as well being linked to the wider La Plagne territory.

Belle Plagne is the largest of the three high-altitude villages at 2050m and also the newest and most attractive in La Plagne. It combines the advantages of ski-in/ski-out, with attractive architecture featuring local wood, lauze (flagstone) and other stone materials. It is also pedestrianised in the centre. This La Plagne ski resort also benefits from parking that's completely underground. Belle Plagne has immediate access to the pistes.

There are also a number of bars and restaurants in Belle Plagne, with live music for après-ski entertainment and cuisine to suit all tastes - making it a good venue for nightlife. The bowling alley is also good family fun and has a fully licensed bar open late. The quaint little shops create a real village atmosphere, all overlooked by the clock tower.

Belle Plagne is linked to Plagne Bellecôte via a gondola lift which runs from 08.30-00.30, and from there you can use the free resort shuttle bus to reach the other La Plagne villages. Although you are sure to find everything you need and have plenty to keep you occupied within your chosen village, we do recommend that you take a few trips to explore the other surrounding villages of La Plagne, as they all have so much to offer. The main village with the most shops, services, bars and restaurants is Plagne Centre.

La Plagne ski area

La Plagne is part of the large ‘Paradiski’ ski area and is the 2nd largest connected skiing area in the world. Paradiski has excellent facilities and with its huge variation in altitude (1200m-3250m) and with over 70% of the area being above 2000m, there is a multitude of different types of scenery and piste to explore. This impressive lift-linked ski area is formed of 18 ski resorts (the first 11 below in La Plagne and the other 7 in Les Arcs):

Paradiski is linked by the Vanoise Express double-decker cable car (since 2003) which can transport nearly 200 people across the valley of Peisey-Nacroix in less than 4 minutes. It is the largest cable car in the world currently. Fun facts: the cabin is 380m from the ground at its highest point and travels at 45km/hour. Its quite a spectacular journey with stunning views.

The departure station is in Plan-Peisey at 1612m of elevation. The arrival station is at 1548m of elevation upstream to Montchavin. In winter, the cable car is accessible to skiers (and pedestrians, see below). On Montchavin side, the cable car arrives on a ski slope. You can't reach Montchavin by foot. It is advised to find a guide to find practicable paths via snowshoe.

Paradiski presents VertiGO thanks to a 1.70m2 transparent glass plate in the floor (since 2015) of the lower level of both of the 2 cabins, passengers can enjoy the view in 3 dimensions, combining a 360° panorama of the legendary surrounding mountain peaks and a plunging view of the Ponthurin valley under your feet!

With 70% of the ski runs at heights of more than 2000m, and one of the world’s most modern artificial snow systems, Paradiski guarantees top-quality snow conditions from December to April. With the peaks of Mont Blanc and Pierra Menta forming a dramatic panoramic background, Paradiski is also the gateway to the Vanoise national park, a nature reserve of 53,000 hectares.

With much of La Plagne above tree level, there is an abundance of wide-open motorway pistes throughout the main bowl. Plagne Centre is the crossroads of the La Plagne ski area. Directly below Plagne Centre, you have Plagne 1800, which is spread across a steep hillside. Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village and Aime-la-Plagne are slightly higher up – just short lift rides from Plagne Centre.

Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village, Plagne Centre and Plagne 1800 form the centre of the resort and offer numerous gondolas and lifts. The start of the Olympic Bobsleigh track is just below Plagne 1800. Just above Plagne Village, you will find quite a few green and blue runs that drop you back into Plagne Bellecôte. Alternatively, you can head up to Les Verdons (2500m) or Grande Rochette (2505m) or head over the other side of the mountain towards Champagny.

Past Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village, over a low rise, is Plagne Bellecôte and just above that is Belle Plagne. On the southern edge of the main bowl, you will find rural Champagny. On the northern edge are Monchavin and Les Coches. And finally on the western edge, past Aime-la-Plagne, is Montalbert. If you take a look at the La Plagne piste map, all of this will become clear!

For families, the runs around Belle Plagne are wide open blues and there is also the children's snow garden, beginner ski lift and access to the snowpark. Take the runs all the way down to Bellecote and you have access via chairlift to the rest of the resort.

To reach the Vanoise Express from Belle Plagne, it's a rundown to Plagne Bellecôte and then take a chairlift to 'L'Arpette' followed by a long blue descent to the cable car. The gondola that runs from Plagne Bellecôte to Roche de Mio stops in Belle Plagne, giving you easy access to the Glacier de Bellecôte at 3200m - offering you some red runs, a couple of blues further down and a huge amount of brilliant off-piste. From the top of that Roche de Mio lift – halfway down the mountain – you can either head back down to the resort or turn right and you will find yourself at the top of the Montchavin-Les Coches runs.

There are beautiful forest runs down to Montchavin, Les Coches, Champagny and Montalbert. Montalbert & Longefoy can be found amongst the trees at 1200m and have 4 ski lifts, lots of blue runs, a little freestyle area and extensive cross-country trails. Handy tip: head here if the weather is playing up as the trees offer great protection.

Additional ski fact info, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page (23/24):

La Plagne local area

225km of pistes, 76 lifts, 137 slopes:

Green slopes: 9
Blue slopes: 77
Red slopes: 34
Black slopes: 17

La Plagne skiing info

Beginners
Thanks to nursery slopes at all altitudes, La Plagne is well recommended to families and offers excellent facilities for beginners and novices. La Plagne is a great resort to learn to ski or snowboard. There are a number of designated beginner areas in La Plagne, so look out for the ‘Zone Débutant’ signs.

There are 14 free lifts in La Plagne:

The biggest area for beginners is Plagne Bellecôte (a telecabine ride away from Belle Plagne). Here you will find the most gentle blue runs and a large beginners area which has a magic carpet conveniently located next to the Arpette chairlift. This chairlift serves 4 wide rolling blue runs, so you could easily spend all day here gaining confidence and practicing your technique.

Skiers can enjoy the whole Paradiski area using just blue pistes to get going (again) gently.

Intermediates
With almost 80% of the 225km of slopes in La Plagne being blue or red, the ski area is an intermediates paradise.
The long sweeping Mont de La Guerre red run with 1250m/4100ft vertical from Les Verdons to Champagny is great for intermediates.

For early intermediates, there are gentle blue motorway pistes in the main bowl of La Plagne. The blue Arnica run in Plagne Bellecôte has loads of little jumps and bankings to play on and is accessible via the Colorado chairlift. The Pierres Blanches blue run over in Montchavin/Les Coches is very similar.

For the more advanced intermediates, try the wide but fast Les Laines and L’Arpette from Dos Rond to Plagne Bellecôte.

Advanced, off-piste & ski touring
For experts, the most challenging area of La Plagne has to be the Glacier de la Chiaupe, more commonly known as the Bellecôte Glacier. Le Rochu and Bellecôte black runs are definitely not to be missed and can be enjoyed in any snow conditions. There is also a challenging 200m long mogul field here, at the top of the Traversee chairlift.

At 2350m, just above Aime La Plagne, you will find ‘Le Biolley’ which is another good area for advanced skiers. Les Etroits is the longest and most challenging black run here plus you have Morbleu, Les Coqs and Plsembleu.

Another good, long and fast run is Inversens onto Les Crozat's black, accessible from the top of the 'Roche de Mio'. Experts will, of course, get the very best out of the ski area if they hire a mountain guide and explore the off-piste.

La Plagne holds vast and varied terrains with excellent spring snow and has some of the most challenging off-piste powder skiing in the whole of the Tarentaise Valley.

The main off-piste area is the 'Glacier de la Chiaupe', more commonly known as the Bellecôte Glacier. The most famous runs are on the north face. The easiest is the Petit Face Nord, which is easily accessible from the Traversee chairlift. The next step, involving a hike up, is the Couloir Canadian.

Avalanches are common on the glacier and parts are very steep so as with most off-piste, a professional mountain guide is highly recommended – this will not only ensure your safety but will also allow you to experience the very best off-piste areas that La Plagne and the Paradiski ski areas have to offer.

La Plagne mountain fun zones

La Plagne ski area offers good terrain for all level of riders. In the Paradiski ski area overall there are 2 snow parks, 1 half pipe, 2 board gliss, and 3 boardercross. There are terrain parks at Belle Plagne, Montchavin-Les Coches and Champagny.

The snowpark in Belle Plagne has now moved to Montchavin-Les Coches as of 2022.

There is a permanent half pipe in Plagne Bellecôte, located right next to the Colosses drag lift.

Another boardercross is located at the top of the ‘Le Dos Rond’ area in Montchavin-Les Coches. North facing and with views of Mont Blanc, you will find a permanent boardercross, beginners zone, rainbow, rails, fun box, tables, kickers etc.

In Plagne Centre you will find another big airbag at the foot of the slopes. Dare 2Be Freestyle Airbag can now be found in Montalbert, at the foot of the slopes, next to the toboggan run. Also in Montalbert, there is a freestyle park initiation fun zone with bumps, boardercross, tracks, tables and parallel slalom. Free access.

La Plagne nordic skiing

There are 85km/53 miles of cross-country trails in the La Plagne ski area alone for you to explore and a total of 153km of trails in the whole Paradiski ski area.

The most beautiful of those are the 30km/19 miles of winding tracks set around Champagny-le-Haut. This track goes from Les Bauches in Montchavin-Les Coches to Plagne Bellecôte and is the longest and hardest track in the La Plagne area.

Easier routes include a circuit above Plagne Soleil in the midst of the downhill ski area and the longer track below Plagne 1800, from La Roche to just above Montalbert. In Montalbert you will also find some areas and small circuits, especially for learner cross-country skiers.

If you have a car and fancy a day trip then head to the stunning ‘Vallée de Bellecôte’ (separating La Plagne from Les Arcs). Drive up the valley as far as you can go and you will come to Peisey-Nancroix, which offers 44km of cross-country trails, a clubhouse and a café. This is near to Peisey-Vallandry.

La Plagne ski hire & lift passes (pre-bookable)

Pre-book your 6 day+ La Plagne ski hire and/or La Plagne lift pass with Peak Retreats.

To download the ski extras form see 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note that prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Other lift passes are available to buy in the resort such as half or full-day passes (for those who only wish to ski the odd day) or one-use lift passes for pedestrians. Some resorts also offer specific beginner area passes and cross country passes.

Belle Plagne group ski school (pre-bookable)

Ski school for children is available to book from 3 years to 13 years in Belle Plagne with Peak Retreats. 3-4 year olds will go into Club Piou Piou and 5-6 year olds into Ourson. Children can learn to snowboard from 8 years+. 

To download the ski extras form see 'Helpful links' further down the page. Please note that prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Belle Plagne private lessons (not pre-bookable)

Private lessons with an instructor can only be arranged directly with the ESF ski school. Peak Retreats cannot pre-book these. Private lessons are usually around €40-60 per hour (depending on resort, time of day and period) and becomes cheaper the more hours you take and the more people you have to share the hours with i.e with family members or friends. Some resorts insist on a minimum of 3 sessions to be booked at once.

Contact ESF La Plagne for private lessons - 0033 4 79 09 00 40


La Plagne childcare (not pre-bookable)

Childcare from 5 months-4 years (non-skiers)

If you are after non-skiing childcare for 5 months-4 years, 'Les P’tits Bonnets' Crèche, Plagne Centre, will cater for your needs. This is the nearest creche to Belle Plagne.

Please contact Les P’tits Bonnets direct as we cannot pre-book this kids club - 0033 4 79 09 00 83.

It is advisable to book before you go and in good time as spaces get filled quickly, especially in Peak times. A childhood vaccination record will be needed. 


Babysitters (not pre-bookable)

A list of babysitters is available from the tourist office.

Top snow activities to experience in La Plagne

Please note Peak Retreats do not book any activities and most activities are payable therefore the below is just for information. More detailed information and how to book can be found on the tourist office website.

La Plagne as a whole offers a vast array of snow sports and non-skiing activities. There are too many to list in detail, but here are a few highlights.

There are more activities in Les Arcs also, which can be accessed by car or using the Vanoise Express on skis.

Snowshoe walks & hikes
Snowshoeing is a wonderful way for the whole family to truly discover the mountains, the flora and fauna and the wildlife. There are numerous snowshoe companies in La Plagne. Your best bet is to visit the Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village Tourist Office information point to find out more about the different options available and to obtain a footpath map. 

Bobsleigh track
The impressive Olympic Bobsleigh Track was built in La Plagne when Albertville hosted the 16th Winter Olympics in 1992. It is still used today for European and World events and is not surprisingly one of La Plagne's most popular attractions. This amazing track is 1.5km long, has 19 bends and is located just below Plagne 1800. There are 3 different options of excitement for you:

  • Bob Raft – is a bob for 4 people and requires no driver as it has automatic steering and braking. It reaches 80km/hour. Minimum height: 1.30m. 
  • Mono Bob - no driver, no one else, just you and the ride of your life! You are in a semi-horizontal position and fly down the track at approximately 90km/hour.
  • Taxi Bob – this bob is for 3 people and a professional driver will get you up to a speed of more than 100km/hour. This is similar to the competition bobsleigh. 

Tickets can be purchased at the track, from the ESF ski school or at the tourist office.

Ice Cave
The Ice Grotto in La Plagne is not to be missed, with beautiful ice sculptures it is a fun and beautiful experience for everyone. You will find it at the top of the Plagne Bellecote glacier at 3417m. Accessible to all pedestrians and skiers.

Sledging
The ‘Colorado Park’ toboggan run in Plagne Centre is 1500m long and has prime views of Mont Blanc. Toboggan and helmet are compulsory and included in the price. Minimum height: 1.40m. The meeting point is at the foot of the Colorado chairlift in Plagne Centre, where tickets can be purchased. 

The ‘Eldorado Park’ toboggan run in Plagne Bellecôte is 2440m long. Toboggan and helmet are compulsory and included in the price. Minimum height: 1.40m. The meeting point is at the foot of the Arpette chairlift in Plagne Bellecôte.

There is also smaller toboggan runs dotted around La Plagne. Look out for the ‘Espaces Luge’ signs.

Skidoo
At an altitude of 2000m and after the slopes have closed you can try out your skills on a Skidoo (snow-scooter) in Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecôte and Plagne Centre. Minimum age: 16 years for driver & 12 years for a passenger.

Snakegliss
Another great sledging experience has to be Snakegliss, a train of sledges all connected together – amazing fun for families and friends. This takes place after the slopes close in Montchavin Les Coches

Please note: All the above is for information only. For the most up-to-date activities including prices, please visit the resort tourist office website. All activities will be in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort or directly online/by phone with the tourist office or activity supplier.

La Plagne Tourist Office
www.la-plagne.com

Top activities to experience in La Plagne

Please note Peak Retreats do not book any activities and most activities are payable therefore the below is just for information. More detailed information and how to book can be found on the tourist office website.

La Plagne as a whole offers a vast array of snow sports and non-skiing activities. There are too many to list in detail, but here are a few highlights.

There are more activities in Les Arcs also, which can be accessed by car or using the Vanoise Express on skis.

Cinema
There are 2 cinemas in La Plagne. Visit the tourist office for film listings and times.

Bowling
In Belle-Plagne you will find a bowling alley with a bar showing the major sporting events, games room and pool tables. 

Ice skating
The nearest artificial ice rink is 5 minutes from the centre of Montchavin Les Coches, at the top of the Montchavin gondola lift and is 800m2. Enjoy ice-skating in the open air, push your children around the ice in a troïka or join in the friendly ice hockey matches! 

Swimming
There is a public heated outdoor swimming pool in Plagne Bellecôte. Located in the heart of the resort, the pool has amazing panoramic views of the slopes and is heated to 30°. 

Please note: All the above is for information only. For the most up-to-date activities including prices, please visit the resort tourist office website. All activities will be in local currency (€ Euros) and are bookable and payable locally in resort or directly online/by phone with the tourist office or activity supplier.

La Plagne Tourist Office
www.la-plagne.com

La Plagne news & events

What's new for 2022/23 season:

  • The Riders Nation Snowpark - the Belle Plagne snowpark is moving to the 'Dos Rond' sector in Montchavin-Les Coches. A choice spot for evolutive green and blue lines with some expert modules.

Events taking place in the 2022/23 season:

  • Ice Climbing World Cup 19th-21st January 2023 - featuring the best international climbers attempting the most difficult route in the world
  • Super Salom 1st April 2023 - 4km, 350 poles, 800m elevation - equivalent to 7 slaloms rolled into one! The world's longest course, bringing together prestigious ski champions and amateurs
  • Subli'Cimes 7th-12th April 2023 - spring skier madness event on the slopes

La Plagne apres-ski, bars & restaurants

The range of bars and restaurants is surprisingly large in between all levels of the resorts of La Plagne. There is a free bus system between the core villages - also seconded by lifts - that run until after midnight.

Mountain Restaurants
You are completely spoilt for choice of mountain restaurants in the Paradiski ski area. There is an impressive total of nearly 40: 18 in La Plagne, 13 in Les Arcs, 2 in Peisey-Vallandry, 4 in Champagny and 1 in Montalbert.

Why not try the famous Folie Douce in Arc 1800 for a different kind of dance scene. This branch of the Folie Douce opened in 2019, introducing the chain’s trademark Austrian-style afternoon party scene. You will find 7 other Folie Douce in the French Alps - Val d'Isere opened in 1976, Val Thorens in 2009, Meribel in 2012, Alpe d'Huez in 2013, St Gervais/Megeve in 2014, Chamonix and Avoriaz in 2018. Ski and pedestrian access by the Villards gondola for Les Arcs FD (free for pedestrians), La Folie Douce is on the left at the finish line. Last descent at 7pm (8pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). Please note, to get back to La Plagne you need to take the Vanoise Express and then lifts (or maybe a bus) back to your accommodation so please check last lift/bus times!


Amenities

All the facilities and services that you would expect to find in a large ski resort are available in the community of villages of La Plagne. The main selection of shops and services can be found in Plagne Centre, where you will find the necessities such as banks, cash points, the main chemist and tourist office. In Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village you have 2 supermarkets, newsagents, 2 souvenir shops, a photoshop, 2 internet cafés, sports and clothing shops.

Getting to Belle Plagne, France

By road:
Our holidays include a return FlexiPlus Eurotunnel. Accommodation only and ferries can also be arranged. Listen to Autoroute FM (107.7 FM) for traffic news in English.

From Calais, take A26 Motorway to Reims and Troyes, then A5 Motorway to Dijon, then A39 motorway to Lons-le-Saulnier and Bourg-en-Bresse, then A40-A42 Motorway heading towards Lyon. Take exit 8, drive through Ambérieu-en-Bugey, follow N504 towards and up to Chambéry, then take A43 motorway and A430 motorway to Albertville. Continue on N90 towards Moutiers and Aime. Take the D220 then D221 towards La Plagne. Pass Plagne 1800 and go straight at roundabout heading for Belle Plagne onto D224, and then going through Plagne Bellecôte. Enter the resort of Belle Plagne going straight on. Enter the underground car park, where there will be resort staff to direct you.

By air:
4 international airports nearby, and a heliport at the foot of the slopes. See our flying page for information on airlines (however we don't book flights).

Chambery Savoie Mont Blanc Airport to La Plagne is roughly 73 miles, approximately 1hr 30
Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport to La Plagne is roughly 125 miles, approximately 2hrs 15
Geneva Airport to La Plagne is roughly 125 miles, approximately 2hrs 20
Grenoble Alpes Isere Airport to La Plagne is roughly 114 miles, approximately 2hrs 10 mins

Private taxi transfers:
Private taxi transfers from airports and train stations are pre-bookable with Peak Retreats. See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

The nearest train station to Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village is Aime la Plagne.

Bus transfers:
Altibus/Bens Bus/Snow bus (and the likes of) offer shared bus lines from French/Swiss airports and some SNCF train stations to ski resorts. We don't book these (or have any affiliation with), we invite you to do your own research.

Resort shuttle bus:
After the lifts close, the pedestrian-friendly telebus runs all day until shortly after midnight making it possible to stay later on the slopes or sample the nightlife in the surrounding villages.


La Plagne opening dates

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Special Offers
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Accommodation in Belle-Plagne

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