Over the past two years, La Plagne has pulled out all the stops to develop its ski touring itineraries. There is now a total of seven freely accessible marked trails for all levels that are ideal for learning or polishing your style. You can come back down at your own pace and quite safely on the ski runs.
Accessible free of charge during the opening times of the ski area. There is a free topographical guide showing all the itineraries for the whole area.
4 reasons to try out these marked trails:
– They are a great place for beginners to learn or for learning specific techniques to give you the confidence to set off on unmarked trails. They are also a good “hard climb” training support for expert ski tourers.
– You can practice calmly on the marked trails that were specifically studied for ski touring and are classified according to level
– They offer an alternative to the downhill ski runs which can be dangerous
– You can ski back down the downhill ski runs quite safely
3 easy => get harder gradually, not much elevation gain (less than 400m)
2 intermediate (485 – 625m elevation gain)
2 difficult (850 – 930m elevation gain)
Equipment hire in the resort.
Possibility of accompaniment and outings supervised by ski schools or mountain guides
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