Winter events 2019/2020

Winter events 2019/2020

Meteorological Encounters / December 20th & 21st, 2019

Based on a programme of conferences, round tables and on-site workshops, this annual event brings together journalists, meteorologists, scientists, elected representatives and mountain / ski area professionals to discuss their visions of the influence of climate change on the economy of mountain areas. 

The Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Cup / January 10th to 12th, 2020  

Renowned for its technicality, the track will be hosting international teams. When everything depends on a millisecond, the suspense is heart-stopping!

“The rest of the team and I are both excited and a little nervous for the stage in La Plagne. We would love to win a medal on our home track, where we trained and became top-level athletes. I think it will be a great celebration of the sport, with all our friends and family at the track!” 

Romain Heinrich, pilot for the French team  

The Super Slalom, the world’s longest slalom / April, the 4th 2020

4 kilometres: i.e. along the Champs-Elysées both ways, with your knees bent!  

320 gates v. 70 on a standard slalom… 

The Super Slalom sets itself apart for its record dimensions and a starting list that includes a mix of champion and amateur skiers. A 100% home-grown event, this extremely convivial hybrid race is one of a kind and has lactic acid at maximum level in about 900 thighs. A delirious atmosphere and entertainment for all!  

Paparazzi, get your cameras out! You will see Julien Lizeroux, Alexis Pinturault, Tessa Worley, Clément Noël, Victor Muffat Jeandet, Kevin Rolland and Marie Martinod., registration starts in January 
Plagne Aime 2000 / La Roche 

Subli’Cimes – 6th edition – April 9th to 15th, 2020 

5 peaks across the ski area are given an offbeat and original makeover, just like little snowballs that each contain their own little world, so you can combine spring skiing with fun, recreational pauses. 

This year, La Plagne is proposing a journey around the world 
picto information All entertainment free, 80% accessible to non-skiers.