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La Plagne Ski Resort

Office de Promotion de la Grande Plagne | BP 62- F73211 Aime Cedex, Macot-la-Plagne, Aime, France
+33 4 79 09 79 79
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British ski school - La Plagne Lime Snowsports

We have tried ski schools booked with the travel company as part of a package and while they were... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Snoopysmate
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Large ski area with a family vibe

First ever ski holiday was in La Plagne and it was great. Some gorgeous long blue runs with the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
RhysCoombs
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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This mosaic of different destinations offers a multitude of different ambiances and atmospheres that also reflect the changing architectural styles of winter sports resorts since 1961. Most of La Plagne’s villages were designed by architect Michel Bezançon.La Plagne is part of the Paradiski area and therefore is one of the large ski resorts and is also a family-friendly resort with adapted package offers.
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“great skiing” (26 reviews)
“cable car” (25 reviews)
“great resort” (29 reviews)
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Office de Promotion de la Grande Plagne | BP 62- F73211 Aime Cedex, Macot-la-Plagne, Aime, France
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+33 4 79 09 79 79
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have tried ski schools booked with the travel company as part of a package and while they were ok, they weren't great. A few years ago we decided to book lesson with Lime Snowsports instead. The lessons are so good and the improvement in...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First ever ski holiday was in La Plagne and it was great. Some gorgeous long blue runs with the excitement of a red if you want to up your game, also great because you can access Les Arcs with your pass for the day adding...More

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Reviewed 21 July 2017

La Plagne is good for all levels of skier, with most of the runs being classed as blue, but beware, some 'blues' are more like 'red'! Apres Ski is decent, the town seems a bit disjointed and there are a few different town 'centres', but...More

Thank cj3t
Reviewed 12 July 2017

I had just read "Snow Job - a Len Palmer Mystery" which is set in the French Alps and wanted to see the area for myself. La Plagne is one of the best resorts I have skied. Although it is a huge area with some...More

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Reviewed 4 July 2017

My wife and I chose La Plagne after much research but to us having very different needs; -She is a skier with about 20 years' experience -I am a New Snowboarder who was only just starting his second season. ...as a result it takes careful...More

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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Immaculate pistes despite lack of fresh snow. Great shopping area at Plagne Centre. Lots to do as well as skiing. We stayed with Silverski who offer catered chalets at reasonable prices. We used Oxygene for hire and lessons. We had a perfect trip. Thanks to...More

Thank Rebecca J
Reviewed 26 April 2017

We have skied in La Plagne for over twenty years and still find new places to ski. There is lots of off-piste skiing available but it doesn't get skied out quickly like some resorts.

Thank Clare D
Management response:Responded 11 May 2017

Thanks Clare, we're glad you enjoyed it

Reviewed 18 April 2017

La Plagne Paradiski - End of March 2017. I stayed at Plagne Aime 2000 so was quite high up and snow assured. It is central enough and easy reach of all areas in La Plagne. Montalbert at 1350m is a ski down between the trees,...More

Thank Sunworshipper003
Management response:Responded 11 May 2017

Thanks ! We also love skiing at Roche de Mio ;)

Reviewed 18 April 2017

Lacking some charm in areas the resort is easy to navigate and offers a wide choice of ski and boarding experiences to suit all levels. Some of the lifts are as old as I am, can be slow and the lift lines can be long...More

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Management response:Responded 15 May 2017

Thank you ! Every summer we renovate and upgrade the old chairlift. It takes a little time to renovate all of them !

Reviewed 17 April 2017

La Plagne is an extensive ski resort which has mainly wide open blue runs . This makes it absolutely perfect for family skiing - we almost didn't need to consult a piste map as there weren't many red and black runs to catch us out...More

Thank Philippa B
Management response:Responded 11 May 2017

Thanks Philippa ! we're glad you enjoyed it

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27 April 2017|
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Response from Alan C | Reviewed this property |
We skied over from main resort of La Plagne . Montalbert is a lovely village off the main ski area. You can access the main ski areas easily by efficient lift system The village itself I can not talk of your town location... More
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Response from JReevo | Reviewed this property |
Bob sleigh experience, ice skating, walking, dog sleigh, skidoos, shopping, apres all day!
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Response from Tracey H | Reviewed this property |
We paid €69 for an hour and a half lesson. Private lesson was 12.45 until 2.15 Hope this helps
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