A privileged access to nature

Glacier de Bellecôte à La Plagne en Hiver
Basilique Montmayeur Aime
La Plagne Champagny en Vanoise en hiver
Ruelle typique village de friburge La Plagne

Through its geographic location, La Plagne offers a privileged access to nature. Situated at the gateway to the Vanoise National Park, ¼ of La Plagne’s area is also occupied by communal forests, i.e. 3500 hectares (the equivalent of the total surface of the Bois de Vincenne and Disneyland Paris combined). 575 000 visitors per year, 56 000 beds, 225km of ski runs, dozens and dozens of hiking trails, a wide range of activities in the heart of nature: sophrology, hiking, white water sports, climbing, mountain biking... The destination is developed to welcome as many people as possible and to ensure that they can make the most of their stay in the heart of exceptional scenery.

A privileged access to the natural and historic heritage

The resort’s approach : Understanding | Measuring our impact | Act | Structuring

Our first steps : Preserving | Raising awareness | Reducing | Taking care

Responsible holidays in La Plagne : Nature | Culture | Inspiring activities

This summer you'll love it!

There's always a good reason to come to La Plagne ❤️

Super Huit
From 12 to 14 July 2024
LA 6000D
From 25 to 27 july 2024