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La Plagne

La Plagne Travel Guide

La Plagne is a vast ski resort with an enormous vertical drop of 6,562ft (2,000m), double that of Aspen, for example. One of Europe's largest holiday resorts, La Plagne is made up of 10 different 'villages', six purpose built and four traditional, that are connected by public conveyances and a lift system. As such it can boast the largest ski area of any single resort in the world, and its linked trail system (Paradiski) with Les Arcs means there are now 261 miles (420km) of trails and 144 ski lifts.The high altitude La Plagne resort centres on apartment life; there are few hotels and its convenience makes up for its lack of charm. The highest complex at Aime La Plagne is 6,890ft (2,100m) and is considered to be the most convenient holiday accommodation, with many of the best apartments. The lowest mountain village, at 5,906ft (1,800m), is the neo-Savoyard Plagne 1800.The largest complex, with the liveliest holiday atmosphere, is the original Plagne Centre, one of the first villages in Europe to be built to cater specifically for the skiing season. The lifts are near to the accommodation and visitors can generally ski to their door. For beginners and intermediates, La Plagne is the best of the European ski resorts.

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