Created 60 years ago, the resort of La Plagne offered the local inhabitants of its mountains and its valley a better life. Its development allowed a much larger number of people access to winter sports and leisure activities in the mountains (city dwellers as well as those who lived in the country, people of all ages, novices and experienced athletes, ski and mountain enthusiasts from France and abroad…)
Today, our society is facing profound and unprecedented upheaval due to global warming and the collapse of the biodiversity, and the impact this is having on our ecosystems and lifestyles. As the world's leading resort, we have a great responsibility.
We believe that our historic assignment has never been so important and that it has taken on a new meaning in the light of these challenges. We are a multi-site resort of 53 000 beds and we welcome some 575 000 visitors per year to our exceptional natural environment.
Enlightened management of this environment and sustainable development to structure visitor flows, as well as raising awareness of its fragility on a large scale are the keys to a desirable future for La Plagne.
The resort’s approach
Understanding, measuring and taking action
Our first steps
4 trajectories: preserving, raising awareness, reducing and taking care
Responsible holidays in La Plagne
Our mountain, our future