One name, 10 great holiday resorts….Perhaps you are a large family wishing to spend your days together and yet still improve individual techniques? Maybe you are a keen traveller, interested in charming old villages and traditional Savoyard art and culture? How about a switched-on, new school rider demanding big mountain days and bigger nights out? Or perhaps a thirtysomething mountain enthusiast with a thirst for thrills and wide open spaces. A resort for every desire and a ski area for everyone, with great times guaranteed!!! La Plagne also boasts…An Olympic bobsleigh piste, open to public and professionals alike… Artificial walls and natural waterfalls to practise ice climbing… The Jean-Luc Cretier slalom stadium, purpose-built and floodlit for night skiing and hosting the major intern
A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.
New snow sports
Resort with specialist instructors, specially equipped for riding the snow in all its' forms (snow park, boardercross, etc.) For everyone from beginners to experts...
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 Plagne Bellecote
Last snowfall 18 March 2019
from 2018-12-15 to 2019-04-27
Opening hours of the ski lifts
of 08h50 at 17h10
Back to the resort by ski
All sectors of the station are covered.
Lyon-Saint Exupéry : 196 km
Genève-Cointrin : 149 km
Chambéry-Aix les Bains : 110 km
Moûtiers : 18 km
Landry : 7 km
Aime : 18 km
Paris : 600 km
Lyon : 200 km
Genève : 200 km
Activities and events
Things to see and do
Bars and restaurants
Motoneige Snow Panthers
Admire and explore the mountain aboard a snowmobile, a vehicle like no other. Experience the excitement alone or in a pair and discover the breathtaking view from the peaks at night, in the heart of La Plagne. For Christmas or a birthday..., give a gift with a difference - a snowmobile excursion. Meet at the Snow Panthers chaletat the foot of the slopes in La Plagne centre.
Olympic Bobsleigh Track
The Olympic Bobsleigh Track in La Plagne boasts 19 turns, 1,500 metres of absolute joy (tinged with terror, naturally)! This is a rather unusual experience which is a real thrill. It's the chance to imagine yourself as one of the Jamaican bobsleigh team in "Cool Runnings".
You're sure to remember this hair raising and adrenaline filled ride for the rest of your life. Take a trip down the Olympic bobsleigh track and you can if you wish opt for your ride to be filmed: you can then take the video home with you to show off your bobsleigh experience!
Plagne Bellecôte skating rink
For your mountain breaks, while you can obviously enjoy the pleasures of skiing and snowboarding, there's also the ice rink too. Give in to the call of the natural ice rink at Plagne Bellecôte for some fun time out with family or friends. And so that everyone can enjoy themselves, regardless of their level, there's a skating area reserved for beginners. Need a break between two activities? Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this chalet, with its bar and restaurant open to all.
Cascade de Tyrolienne
Located in the Vallon de l'Ours, a valley which links Belle Plagne to Plagne Bellecôte, the Cascade de Tyroliennes is a series of 8 zip lines including 5 which are between 110 and 200 metres long. The 5 biggest zip lines are between 25 and 45 metres off the ground, and they cross a mountain stream.
At the end, there's a Base Jump. The entire complex consists of over 2,000 m of cables sensitively integrated into the mountain landscape at an altitude of between 1,930 and 2,050 m. Participants use the Bornak safety system, a system that offers optimum safety for adventure courses.
St-Martin Basilica in Aime
Located on the road from Milan to Vienna, this museum space is at the heart of a valley which was very popular with the Romans, who liked the climate here. Under Roman rule, the town became the capital of the Alpes Graies province.
Objects exhibited at the Pierre Borrione Museum bear witness to this era, as do the foundations of a Roman building. These foundations are now partly covered by a church, a jewel of Savoy Romanesque art: the Basilica of St. Martin was classed as a historic monument in 1875.
Although it is no longer a place of worship, the church invites contemplation and silence. Explore the semi-subterranean crypt, Roman engraved stones and twelfth century frescoes.