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Parking Plagne 1800

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Hi,
We are heading to Plagne 1800 in January. The apartment we’re staying in has underground parking, I’m expecting it won’t be tall enough for us as we’ve got a vw transporter which is approx 2m high. I can’t find exact heights for the car park but we can’t normally fit in a multi-storey!
Has anyone got any info on outside parking in the resort - availability, price etc?
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If it's an apartment in La Grange complex, you might be ok with height, I've stayed there a couple of times an d it looks not bad though the initial ramp down is a bit scary. Again, if it's at La Grange, there's a very small carpark in front of the ski hire shop directly opposite. You sometimes can also get lucky with spaces on the road down past La Mine pub.
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Applegate some info here about Plagne Centre parking might also help you.
https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=149817
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Applegate, 1800 has a large multistory covered car park associated with Pierre Vacances (Lauzes): you may have access. Your car should fit. Otherwise there are scattered outdoor spaces, but in demand during busy times and you rely on luck.
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Going back a few years I seem to recollect some open 'free' spaces - perhaps on the road towards bellecote from the roundabout? I would have thought for Jan you should be able to get an outdoor space unless you're last man into resort. I would have thought the same 'rules' applied around crete cote village, and once got passes/skis - it wouldn't be that hard to drive down and ski back
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That’s brilliant thanks all, fingers crossed we’ll get in the multi-storey.
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