Opening dates 12th December 2015 to 24th April 2016
With its three glaciers, two peaks above 3000m, and 425 km of runs the la Plagne Paradiski area is truly one of the world’s top ski destinations. Wide immaculately groomed slopes, long tree runs, north and south facing slopes, mogul fields, glacier skiing…Paradiski has it all! The pisted runs’ diversity and extensive off-piste make the area a great choice for groups of mixed abilities as everyone from the complete beginner through to the expert will find terrain to suit their ability.
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Paradiski – La Plagne has something to offer to everyone.
- A large number of green and easy blue slopes which are perfect for beginners.
- A heaven for intermediates with over 200 blue and red runs. Recognised as one of the best intermediate areas in the world.
- Advanced skiers and snowboarders will be able to test themselves on a number of black runs and some of the best off-piste around. The Paradiski area, from Montalbert all the way to Villaroger offers a great variety of challenging runs for advanced skiers.
- Endless off-piste ranging from long forest runs in the village resorts of Montalbert, Montchavin and Les Coches, to the near vertical drop of the North Face of the Bellecôte glacier (guide recommended), as well as mind blowing couloirs and miles upon miles of wonderful powder. The off-piste in La Plagne could keep you busy for years, let alone a week’s holiday…and we have not even mentioned Les Arcs and its wonderful off-piste and board parks.
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