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1 200 m above sea level, this is one of La Plagne’s three "village" sites. If Champagny-en-Vanoise was an object, it would certainly be a beautiful Savoyard postcard. With its south-facing slopes bathed in sunlight, this jewel of nature offers everything that is typical of the mountains: traditional architecture and materials, Alpine herds grazing peacefully, invigorating hiking trails that pass close to mischievous marmots and a surprising variety of flora, … Not forgetting the protected Champagny-le-Haut valley where you may well see ibex! What to do and see: - settle yourself comfortably, looking to the stars, for an open-air jazz concert - taste some honey produced by one of our local mountain beekeepers - try swinging through the trees on a canopy trail in the Champagny-le-Haut valley
Montchavin – Les Coches (1 250 m – 1 450 m) is one of La Plagne’s three "village" sites. In this delightful authentic village, with views overlooking the valley and Bourg-Saint-Maurice, you may come across a herd of Tarine cows grazing by an Alpine chalet with a slate roof. Montchavin – Les Coches has also been awarded the "Famille Plus" label, making it the perfect destination for family groups of all sizes. What to do and see: - compete in the "Family Race" in a truly festive atmosphere - wander around the village streets enjoying the lovely scents of the Alpine pastures and the sounds of cowbells and hoofs on the cobbles
Plagne Montalbert is one of La Plagne’s three "village" sites. The charming alpine hamlet at 1 350 m altitude is a great starting point for a number of hiking trails in the countryside, forests and mountains. Its comfortable gondola links it to Le Fornelet plateau, a wonderful and restful viewpoint of the surrounding peaks. What to do & see: - walk along the Sentier des Lutin(the Leprechauns’ path), keeping an eye out for the fearsome dragon… - try "cani-rando", an unusual outing teamed up with… a sled dog! - combine thrills and cooling off when you slide down the "Ventrigliss" water slide, unique in La Plagne!
If you’re looking for mountain peaks, 360° panoramic views of the Alps and marmots gambolling on the slopes, you will find all that (and much more!) in any of the seven sites of La Plagne Altitude, all located at over 1800 m: Plagne Centre, Plagne Aime 2000, Plagne Villages, Plagne Soleil, Plagne 1800, Plagne Bellecôte and Belle Plagne. What to do & see: - walk up a very original shady path: France’s one and only bobsleigh track! - ride through the "Colorado Park" bike park, taking it easy with your family or racing your friends
A great place to stop off on your way up La Plagne, the town of Aime invites you on a journey along the Isère river with its white-water activities and through its typical Savoyard history and heritage. Aime will charm you with its variety of craft outlets (the cooperative dairy, a brasserie, shops selling creations by local artists, a weekly market…) and the welcome from the local retailers. What to do and see: - meet up for an afternoon relaxing on the “Green Trail”, a walking and cycling path that runs along the banks of the Isère to Bourg-Saint-Maurice - discover all the activities at Le Gothard leisure park, a haven of peace nestled in natural surroundings by a lake