Reliving your holiday as you leaf through a photo album, recounting anecdotes of amazing experiences or remembering a great meal…all these little gestures bring you closer to your family. La Plagne welcomes family groups and creates unforgettable memories for each person, precious images to take everywhere with you.
Activities for children & families
Devote time to your family in La Plagne. Spend your days with them, sharing your interests and achievements. Create your own story with the mountains as the backdrop. If family life is sacred for you, take a look at what we have put together.
Indiens area for kids
In Plagne Centre, the kids can enjoy a yee-haa Wild West adventure in summer too – at the new Kids’ Zone with magic carpet.
Children aged six and over will love the fun figures and zooming downhill on a safe, rip-roaring ride on an Xraycer mini-kart.
|1 hour access to the Indiens area
Single price (6 years and over)
Open to children aged 6 and over (and optionally to accompanying adults). From 2 July to 28 August 2028. No booking required. Every day
except Monday, from 10 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 4 pm . Xraycer and helmet provided. Tickets available from the reception chalet Colorado.
Courses for children
Holidays are often a time when you see your children growing up. You watch them blossom as they find new friends and discover new activities and sports. La Plagne organises courses for your little ones, on different themes, in summer and winter. Be careful, they will want to come back!
Club des sports
The Club des Sports is a sports education, a group experience and the practice of a sport in a wonderful mountain environment, all in one. It is also a nature- and environment-respecting activity that offers plenty of thrills...
For the past 4 years, the club has been going in new sporting directions that it calls “The School of Life”.
- Self-fulfilment: contributing to the children’s physical and psychological self-fulfilment
- Competition: taking part in competitions and producing top-level skiers.
- Training: accompanying young people in the different mountain professions.
- Mutual aid: providing a foundation of respect, mutual aid, encouragement and exchange.
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