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Montchavin-la Plagne 1250-1450m Montchavin-la Plagne is located in the Tarentaise range, on the edge of the Vanoise National Park. The resort, which adjoins La Plagne´s vast ski area, stands in an immense clearing, looking across to Mont Blanc. This winter, Montchavin les Coches are on the heart of Paradiski (La Plagne + Les Arcs) with the Vanoise-Express cable car between Peisey-Vallandry and Montchavin les Coches.The resort consists of two "ski-all-the-way" villages: - Montchavin is a traditional, old village with pretty wood chalets and narrow streets, - Les Coches is a recent development which nevertheless preserves all the charm of mountain architecture and an easy-going lifestyle. La Plagne boasts Europe´s largest ski area. Montchavin-la Plagne connects directly La Plagne´s ski area

"Famile Plus Montagne" label
« FAMILLE PLUS Montagne » is the first and unique national tourism label to approve the facilities and services available to families with children staying in French tourist destinations. It is recognized by the French Ministry of Tourism.
Large ski area
A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.
Charming village resort
Discover the quiet charm of the mountain's natural heritage. These resorts are members of the Mountain Village charter and are traditional villages with no modern buildings. Located close to protected natural areas, they offer all types of mountain activities (walking, air and water sports, land based activities...).

Resort Les Coches

Snow Report

3250 m N.C cm montagnes 1250 m N.C cm

Last snowfall 26 Apr 2017

Opening times
from 2017-12-16 to 2018-04-22

Opening hours of the ski lifts
of 08h50 at 17h10

Return to the resort by ski
no. Return to the resort is not guaranteed or does not exist

Slopes

cercles-pistes
176.8 km

of slopes in the resort

Linked domain:
Paradiski (435 km of slopes)

Total of the slopes N.C/136

Green slopes N.C/9

Blue slopes N.C/74

Red slopes N.C/34

Black slopes N.C/19

Activities

Nordic skiing (43.5km)
Skating

Number of snowparks (1/5)

Walking paths (14.2km)

Snowshoe paths

Sledding paths (6km)

Toboggan slopes (>1 km)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Nordic skiing (43.5km)
Skating (N.C)

Number of snowparks (1/5)

Walking paths (14.2km)

Snowshoe paths

Sledding paths (6km)

Toboggan slopes (>1 km)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Last update on 20/10/2017 at 09:00

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Activities and events

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  • Espace Paradisio

    Espace Paradisio

    With over 1,000 m² of space, the Espace Paradisio offers an amazing choice of leisure and wellness activities and relaxation areas.
    The interior space includes a 70 m² balneo pool, a wellness space with a hammam, sauna, jacuzzi and so on, and also a treatment area with massages and facials available.
    The outside space (open in summer) has a 280 m² play pool, a 20 m multi-lane slide and water games.

  • Chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Vernettes

    Chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Vernettes

    Built in the 18th century, the little Chapel of Notre-Dame des Vernette is perched at an altitude of 1800 metres. From the village of Peisey, you'll need to walk for 3-4 hours to reach the chapel. Its architecture and decor is typical of the Savoy style baroque tradition.
    The interior of the building is stunning, with gilded and colourful decorations everywhere.
    Joseph-Marie Martel created the main altar in 1739.
    The chapel is classed as a historic monument.

  • Palais de la Mine

    Palais de la Mine

    The Palais de la Mine in Peisey is an important vestige of the old industrial mining facilities. The building housed the Ecole Française des Mines, a prestigious university, which was founded just before the French Revolution.
    During the war of 1814, the school was transferred to Paris: the site closed its doors in 1832. Today the Palais des Mines features on the supplementary inventory of historic monuments.

  • St. Martin's Church

    St. Martin's Church

    What makes the church of Saint Martin in Bourg Saint Maurice special is its hexagonal bell tower and great door facing the Isère valley. Built in 1691, the church has highly original architectural features: three naves and three bays with a flat apse. This is your chance to visit a unique building, a symbol of the historic and cultural heritage of the region.

  • Vulmix village

    Vulmix village

    The pleasant hamlet of VulmixBourg Saint Maurice owes its name to the Latin word "Ulmus", which means "Elm". Its first inhabitants came to live on the site of the modern-day village in Neolithic times, and is now home to 200 people. Famous for its chapel dedicated to Saint Grat, the village is a great place for walking and discovering the region's rich heritage.

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