Ski area

Since 2003, La Plagne has been part of Paradiski, the world’s second largest linked ski area.

With 425 km of ski runs, Paradiski is one of the world’s largest connected ski areas, offering a multitude of possibilities for skiers and non-skiers.

In figures:

1 ski area

3 resorts:  Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry / La Plagne

Over 20 destinations between altitude and valley

102 430 tourist beds

2 peaks at over 3000m equipped and accessible to skiers with panoramic views of Mont-Blanc

More than 1300 employees in winter working in the ski area


Making the experience easier

  • 261 slopes from beginner to experienced skier level (37 black,77 red, 135 blue, 12 green)
  • Possibility of enjoying the whole ski area on blue runs to (re)start gently. Nearly half of the runs are red or black for more experienced skiers
  • 290 ha of runs benefit from snow makers to guarantee low altitude skiing and ensure that skiers can return to their resort
  • More than 50 grooming machines to guarantee the area’s accessibility whatever the conditions
  • 128 ski lifts – Carrying: 212 686 people/ hr

Every year, the Paradiski operators invest to guarantee a stock of modern lifts to meet skier needs and ensure skier flow throughout the area

  • Avalanche prevention: Paradiski has the systems (CATEX, GAZEX, O’BellX and Daisybell) to make sure the ski area is safe


Have an even better experience: the best of La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry in a single area

  • A wide variety of slopes so you can enjoy a different experience every day
  • High-altitude skiing so snow is always guaranteed: 70% of the ski area is above 2000m
  • Skiing in the trees is fun and provides better visibility when the weather is bad
  • Ski in the sunshine all day long with north-facing slopes overlooking the Tarentaise valley and south-facing slopes in the Champagny-en-Vanoise sector
  • Ungroomed but completely secured “Natur’” slopes to ski the powder quite safely
  • Play areas (Mille 8 ) and decorated slopes (Inversens tunnel, Les Lutins slope..) for skiers of all ages
  • 2 snow parks, 3 boarder cross courses, 2 boarder gliss, 1 half pipe, 3 toboggan runs, 1 waterslide, 2 Big Air Bags, 1 big air video, 1 “chrono speed” timed run
  • For non-skiers: 133 km of cross country trails and 59km of walking paths

La Plagne has 30km of cross-country trails, 23km of which are in the Champagny-en-Vanoise sector at the entrance to the Vanoise National Park and at the foot of the Grande Casse, the Park’s highest peak.


Pistes Map


Vanoise Express

The Vanoise Express cable car links the resorts of Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne

crossing: 4 minutes

speed: 45km/h    

distance: 1824m without any pylons

380m high

cabin capacity: 188 passengers on 2 levels

Vertigo: in addition to the 360° panorama