La Plagne Montalbert is very aptly qualified as convivial. During your stay, you will appreciate its traditional warm welcome. The decor is fabulous too: mountain-style architecture, views of Mont Blanc, snow-covered fir trees… it’s the perfect setting for a beautiful holiday!

There is a wide selection of accommodation (residences, hotels, apartments, holiday centres, chalets…), to keep everyone happy! If you want to let go and relax, you can enjoy the stunning scenery in both the winter and summer seasons on snow shoes, cross-country skis, touring skis, e-bikes or on foot, according to the season, following trails that run through the woods or at altitude …

You can go on your own or with a guide. If you are in search of adventure and entertainment, everything is set up for an unforgettable holiday. On the programme: new snow sports, dog sledding, concerts, cani-rando (hiking with dogs)…

DESTI_Vue nuit hiver Montalbert
Vue du vieux village en été
Chapelle de La Plagne Montalbert en été

A magical site

Plagne Montalbert is a village at medium altitude (1 350 metres). Created in 1980, the architecture is in traditional mountain-style with low buildings made of wood and stone and gable roofs. Most of the shops and services are grouped together in the shopping street at the bottom of the slopes. The village centre is car-free, with vehicles left in the large car parks at the village entrance. You will be able to breathe in deep and enjoy this small, welcoming site. In the forest just above the village, there are three large holiday centres.

Restaurant Union La Plagne Montalbert

Conviviality and sharing

The village is known for its varied entertainment programme in winter and summer. In summer, there are barbecue parties with live music, for a convivial and festive moment. We look forward to seeing you in the middle of July with your family for the Festoche des Mioches kids’ festival, where you are guaranteed surprises and a lot of laughs! In winter, why not come for the Festival de l’Humour or Zen Week. Plagne Montalbert has developed a number of new snow sports. Come and try Airboard, Snakegliss, Monogliss, Ski trikke or Yooner, for a heap of thrills and laughs! In summer, get on a Dévalkart or try a descent on our giant waterslide. The village’s lovely atmosphere drew Phil Howard, the renowned Michelin-starred chef from London, who has opened his Union Restaurant there, a small gastronomic restaurant where he combines fresh seasonal produce with local products. 25% of the dishes on the menu are vegan or vegetarian.

It's happening in Montalbert!

initiation / discovery during an event
Du 24/01/2022 au 27/01/2022
Festival, One man Show / One woman show, Theatre
Course des Dahus
Compulsory health pass
On 29/01/2022
Competitive sport
On 02/02/2022
Competitive sport
Du 01/02/2022 au 28/02/2022
Vue générale station hiver
Prajourdan pause au lac
Chemin du bief bovet en été
Balade vélo Prajourdan

A family-friendly village!

Families will appreciate the relatively low altitude of La Plagne Montalbert and all the infrastructures and installations that have been put in for children. In winter, take the gondola up to the top of the Fornelet. Enjoy the 360° view from the lovely picnic area overlooking Mont Blanc. Beginners can take Les Lutins blue run back down to the village, winding through the forest. There are more technical runs for experienced skiers. In summer, you can try the e-spots at Pralioud and the top of the gondola on an electric mountain bike. These play zones include different features like raised turns and small moguls so you can have fun and make progress. Children will love visiting the animals at Le Forperet mini farm with its cows, pigs and hens…


Raquettes Bief
Balade le long du Bief Bovet

Taking a hike

In summer, a hundred or so kilometres of walking paths await you, leaving from the village of Montalbert. You are bound to enjoy the theme trails: Bief Bovet along a mountain stream in the forest, the Biodiversity trail, the Sentier des Alpagistes (Herdsmen’s trail) in Prajourdan. You enter a fantasy world on the Alpages Enchantés trail (accessible on snowshoes in winter). The sculptures along the trail were done by local artist, Nicolas Gombert, who is a several times winner of the French championship for wood carving with a chain saw. You can go hiking with a guide or even with a dog! For an original experience, try Cani-rando, hiking with a dog, who will help you in the climbs... and make the descents even more fun! On snowshoes, cross-country or touring skis, you can admire the landscape covered in a lovely white blanket, as you follow the marked paths.

Village de Longefoy depuis la Superga


This traditional Savoyard village is just a few kilometres from the slopes of Plagne Montalbert. The red-tiled roofs are overlooked by La Superga chapel. Built on a hill in 1853, it is a smaller version of the famous Superga sanctuary near Turin. The village includes several bed & breakfasts, a bakery and a hotel-bar-restaurant. On several occasions over the year, the locals light the village bread oven. Come and bite into some bread fresh from the oven or a crinchin, a tasty, aniseed-flavoured brioche whose recipe is a closely-guarded secret. The hamlet of Montgésin at 1500 metres is worth a visit to see its chapel. Notre Dame des Neiges houses richly painted murals and an ironwork grid dating back to 1758. A number of elements (including the altarpiece) have been restored thanks to the intervention of thirty or so volunteers.

Village map

Discover the highlights of our village and its convenience shops.