Slopestyle private luxury airport transfers to La Plagne
Situated in the Haute Tarentaise mountains of the Savoie region, French Alps offering 225km ski domain and 134 slopes to explore. Developed in 1961 as a purpose built ski resort initially with just two drag lifts and four slopes. The ski resort now consists mainly of 6 high-altitude resorts ranging from 1800 to 2100m altitude with a maximum ski altitude of 3250m at the Glacier de la Chiaupe;
Plagne Aime 2000 – alt. 2100m a purpose build resort with shops, services and a shopping mall.
Plagne Centre – alt. 1970m the cross road centre of the resort with access to the Grande Roche
Plagne Bellecote – alt. 1930m created in 1974 home of the first 8-seater chair lift installed in 2005
Belle Plagne – alt. 2050m developed in 1981, linked to Plagne Bellecote by telecabine
Plagne 1800 – alt. 1800 a former mining village with traditional wood chalets
Plagne Soleil – alt. 2050m the most recent addition in 1990
The village of Montchavin situated at an altitude of 1250m, is the lowest of the villages and links by chairlift to Les Coches, which is seen as the family orientated resort developed in 1980.
In 2003 the famous Vanoise Express cable car was opened linking the resorts of La Plagne and Les Arcs expanding the Paradiski domain into one of the largest ski areas in the world.
La Plagne is home to the Olympic bobsleigh track used for the 1992 Albertville winter Olympic games.
La Plagne is:
94km from Chambéry airport transfer (1h15m)
141km from Genève airport transfer (2h)
179km from Lyon airport transfer (2h25m)
165km from Grenoble airport transfer (2h15)
A free shuttle service is available linking the various areas of the resort.