Champagny en Vanoise

Village de Champagny le haut et vue sur la montagne
Village de La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise
Village de La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise en hiver

The site offers all the services and commodities you need for a successful holiday. Families love the charming Savoyard village at 1200 m on the south-facing slopes, for maximum sunshine. For young skiers, the site has two kids’ ski gardens.

The gondola that links into the Paradiski area rises to 2000 m above sea level, guaranteeing good snow conditions. At the top, chairlifts take skiers to a choice of green and blue runs that are perfect for beginners. Experienced skiers can take Les Bois red run right back down to the village, winding through the forest. You can also try the legendary Mont de la Guerre run, which draws skiers from all over the Paradiski area.

The protected valley of Champagny-le-Haut will delight anyone who appreciates authenticity with its traditional hamlets and meadows where goats and cows graze. There is a choice of activities for every season in this enchanting setting: ice climbing, hiking, horse riding, canopy trails, mountain biking

Maison dans le village du Bois à Champagny en Vanoise
Ruelle à Friburge La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise
Chez Mémé Claire à La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise

A village with extra spirit

Made up of hamlets with traditional buildings in wood and stone, Champagny-en-Vanoise became a small winter sports resort in 1971. You will love the charm of the village, its Baroque church and the little streets with a chapel and oratories. Here, the locals really know how to welcome guests. Furnished accommodation is proposed for rent, from studios to chalets sleeping 15 people, all with their own style of decoration. The owners offer their guests a special welcome, telling them about secret off-piste itineraries and the best places to eat in the village. It is not unusual to have a bottle of Savoie wine or a slice of Beaufort cheese awaiting you on arrival.
Champagny le Haut
Champagny en vanoise-refuge
Marmotte à La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise
Parc Vanoise
Parc Vanoise
Vallon de Champagny le Haut

A great year-round hiking spot

Champagny-en-Vanoise is a paradise for those who love touring, whether on foot, on snowshoes, on skis or even on a mountain bike. In winter, a marked path takes ski tourers to the Mont de la Guerre, with an unobstructed view of the Grand Bec and the Vanoise glaciers. There are ten or so green, blue and red trails for snowshoers, going from the hamlets to the mountain pastures.

Once the snow has melted, you can grab your hiking boots to discover the region. There is no lack of hiking paths to take you through the forest, up on the mountain slopes, towards refuges or to the foot of the glaciers… Mountain bikers aren’t left out either with blue and even red (cross-country and enduro type) trails. 

The more energetic can climb to La Plagne or the Roche de Mio. Don’t miss the one and only trail that goes right through the National Park. The marmots will show you the way to the Plan du Sel.

Champagny - marmotte

The Vanoise National Park

Far from the lift pylons, Champagny-le-Haut has several refuges: Le Bois and Laisonnay (accessible by car), La Glière, Plaisance and Le Plan des Gouilles.

champagny - paysage

The classified valley is one of the gateways to the Vanoise National Park where you can admire the remarkable fauna and flora. The ibex, chamois, marmots and bearded vultures will delight your children. Botany enthusiasts are spoiled all year round: martagon lilies, edelweiss, rhododendrons, gentians…

Champagny - coucher de soleil


What's on in Champagny

On 03/08/2020
Demonstration, Artistic performance
On 05/08/2020
On 05/08/2020
Movie screening
On 06/08/2020

Village map

Discover the highlights of our village and its convenience shops.


Village of Champagny le Haut map