Fun things to do this winter in La Plagne

What’s going on this winter season in La Plagne? Instead of you having to Google everything and piece the information together, here is a quick guide on key dates in La Plagne this winter and fun things you should defiantly do…

Some special dates for the diary…

It’s time to celebrate the opening of La Plagne and it’s 60th birthday! Enjoy our beautiful slopes, new chairlift La Lovatiere, test of some skis and enjoy the entertainment!

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  • 24th/ 25th December - Christmas

Have you been naughty or nice? Make sure you look out for Santa and his elves on the slopes, you may be in for a surprise.

A 20 minute, 360 degree firework display taking place on the Dou du Praz. This means all La Plagne altitude villages can see it. 

A 50 meter mountain bike decent on snow, 100 participants only, if you are interested, sign yourself up!

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  • 14th February - Valentines Day

You and your most cherished can celebrate a romantic time in La Plagne. You can choose from a number of restaurants, fun activities or even the Over the Moon experience (see more info about this below).

Every year the La Plagne Club de Sport puts on its annual show in Plagne Centre full of skiing, snowboarding music, a torchlight descent and fireworks.

Back this year is the Super Slalom, a 4km slalom with 320 gates. It’s fun, it’s long, but it’s worth it!Who will be the winner this year? You have to be in it to win it…

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Some fun activities to do…

Brand new this season are these fantastic eco-friendly Moonbikes from Oxygè You can explore the slopes of La Plagne on this super fun electric snow bikes after the lifts close. Anyone16 y/o or older can join in on the fun.

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La Plagne offers a First Tracks experience every Wednesday from 7.45am for only 15€, and that includes your breakfast too. As the saying goes ‘the early bird catches the worm’…

The magnificent Oxygène Ski School offer a Superluge Derby - the sledge ride experience of you life. When the slopes shut you wiz down from Aime 2000 to La Roche in super sturdy sledges. A hour and a half of amazing fun for only 35€. 
If you are looking for a daytime option then The Colorado Sledge run in Plagne Centre is open for business for 10€ a pop. You can get a deal for 5 for 40€ when buying in bulk.

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You have probably heard us talking about this before, however it is another unique experience that can only be experience in La Plagne. Not for the fait hearted! Choose between the Bob Raft, Mono Bob or Taxi Bob, you won’t regret it…

Fancy heading off-piste? La Plagne’s most famous off-piste area is called the North Face. If you are an advanced skier or boarder then is another not to be missed. Oxygène Ski School provides private guiding for anyone wanting to head out on this adventure. Please note, do not go off-piste by yourself, you always need a professional guide and the correct off-piste equipment.

A great group activity allowing you to explore the villages and beautiful views of La Plagne this winter! Choose between 2 super fun outdoor options: 1 involves you trying to save the world from an evil virus and 2 you need to find the rare crystals in a world of magic and elves.
They also have 2 other Escape Games to choose from, check out their website for more information!

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A unique romantic night away in a Piste basher at the top of the mountain. It’s not not just any piste basher though, it’s a luxury piste basher with a fully equipped hotel room. You also have access to a fully fitted bathroom and jacuzzi with the most amazing views… 340€ for 2 people.

A few bonus useful things to know…

  • Did you know that around the resort you can find La Pause picnic table sports. Here you can have a little break, check the internet with the free WiFi hotspot and enjoy the wonderful scenery while recharging your telephone for free.

  • For the more advanced skier or boarder there are a number of natural pistes scattered around the resort (5 in total!). This means they are left un-groomed and for ‘nature to do the job’. They are however still classified as on piste. Simply look out for the ‘Piste Natur’ sign. These slopes provide a safer way to experience an ‘off-piste’, powder sensation.

See you in La Plagne soon...

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