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La Plagne 2021/2022

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Right, lets see if we can go skiing this year!

https://en.la-plagne.com

https://www.skipass-laplagne.com/en/tarifs

https://www.edenski.com/cms/eden-price

https://www.skialacarte.fr/FrontOffice/

https://presse-laplagne.com/en/welcome-to-la-plagne/

New Ski area Development https://www.skipass-laplagne.com/en/projet-domaine


Last edited by Poster: A snowHead on Wed 8-09-21 9:48; edited 3 times in total
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First lift out of 1800 on the 11th December Eh oh! Eh oh! Eh oh!
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@Timg60, Some of us have to wait until the 18th!
https://en.la-plagne.com/opening-dates
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Will be there on the 22nd…..looking for those elusive 6 day ski pass promo codes on the links..any suggestions or too early?
And best Christmas Day lunch in Belle Plagne?
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Whoop, whoop, marked.......
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Well done boredsurfin.
Ski a la Carte have added 3Valleys.
And Edenski window for reduction in Season Pass has been reduced Oct 15 to Nov 15.
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Quote:

And best Christmas Day lunch in Belle Plagne?

Out of curiosity why would lunch on Christmas day in Belle Plagne be any different to, let us say, Monday lunch?

If you want a special lunch I'd be tempted to ski down to Champagny for lunch
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Jonpim wrote:

Ski a la Carte have added 3Valleys.


How does the ski a la carte work out cost wise?

I'm skiing 8 days in the 3 Valleys in January and then 4 days in Tignes/Val D'Isere in April, is it something that'll work out cheaper? I've looked online, but no prices up yet.
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swskier, Professor boredsurfin compared Season Pass with Ski a la Carte. He may know more.
Outcome depends on how many days you don't go skiing. With Ski a la Carte you only pay days skied. If you are intending to Ski all of you 8 + 4 days, then a standard Ski pass probably better option.
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@Jonpim, thought that might be the case. Not buying anything yet anyway, so will compare prices when it's all available.

Thanks
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@swskier, as Mr Pim says. Plus it very much depends on which days you ski - The more I ski, the more I am rewarded: indeed my 9th day is at 1€, as well as every 5th day after that (the 14th, 19th, 24th...)
The key to ski ala carte is the use of the 'free' days and the reduced Saturday rates. Another consideration is it is charged per day even if you go on just one lift for a quick last minute ski. A few seasons ago my daughter, an accountant, compiled a complex spreadsheet taking into account the discounted days etc. It worked out that my Annual/season pass saved money as break even was 16.5 days. Ifirc the ski all carte saved money after 22 days. However, the true benefit is the ability to use the card in the other resorts without need to buy another pass or card. With the addition of 3V it broadens the appeal.

The La plagne ski-pass website says its re-luanch for 20/21 is tomorrow (Sept 8th) keep an eye on it as it did say Sept 6th!
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boredsurfin, seems up and running this morning snowHead
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@Jonpim, Yep, but no ability to buy season/annual passes yet. There is a nice Lavatiere video and some developments plans. ( I notice that Lavatiere is not for use by 1800 residents wink )

https://www.skipass-laplagne.com/en/projet-domaine
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
boredsurfin, you are right!! Shocked
Only for "skiers starting in Plagne Centre, coming down from Plagne Aime 2000 or arriving from Plagne Montalbert". Sad
So, you're ok.
We'll just have to use our Touring Skis (got for last season but never used).
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@Jonpim, Nice that we have an exclusive lift Smile
There are some rather nice new build ski in ski out apartments for sale in Montalbert Toofy Grin

https://www.terresens.com/en/programmes-immobiliers/invest-in-plagne-montalbert/
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New lift looks good - with the planned introduction of the new lift across to the glacier (December 2023) will that mean you can access the top as well (with chairs) or will it be from 3000m and below from then on?
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Looking for some local knowledge. I'm just exploring possibilities for Easter in April, we have flights Weds 13th returning Monday 18th. The girlfriend's sister and fella are coming with us and they're total newbies.

I've looked at Tignes and Val Thorens so far as I know the areas, so know some runs around there that'll be ok for them.

La Plagne and Les Arcs I have skied once, as a 13 year old in 2004, so don't really remember anything of the place.

As Easter is so late i'm looking for high up, hence Tignes and Val Thorens, but I also think the Paradiski area could work. (assuming it's a normal season snow wise)

Does anyone have any ideas on which villages within the area would be best suited to total beginners?
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@swskier, Plagne Bellecote or Plagne Centre I would say or Arc 1800 on the other side.
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@Layne, thank you. I'll have a look around for apartments
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I'd agree with Plagne Centre/Bellecote. In Plagne Centre there is a very easy flat run that goes under the large building that has it's own lift (Boulevard), this lift never has a queue and we had a number of beginners in our group (kids and adults) that got confidence going up and down that run. From there you then have the option to get a lift up towards Plagne Bellecote (Bergerie) where you'll find some more good runs for beginners and some stuff they can progress to as well. If you get the Arpette lift from Plagne Bellecote there are loads of long easy blue runs in the direction of Les Arcs as well.
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Plagne Villages - Jan 8th - looks high enough to be snowsnure? Is that a fair statement?
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@ado, yes
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