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Ski rental Plagne la Roche

Located at an altitude of 1550 metres, the small hamlet of Plagne La Roche will charm you with its unbeatable family atmosphere.

Plagne la Roche is part of the "Grande" Plagne resort, itself a cluster of 11 different districts/sub-resorts: Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecôte, Plagne 1800, Plagne Aime 2000, Montchavin, les Coches, Plagne Village, Plagne Soleil, Plagne Montalbert, Plagne Centre and Champagne en Vanoise.


Ski area focus

From Plagne la Roche, you can easily reach the La Plagne ski area with its more than 200 kilometres of pistes. The place is ideal for beginners and families. From the Roche cable car you can climb to the top of the area and use all the trails and other lifts in the resort.

For more adventure, you can also opt for a ski pass in the Paradiski area, which is the second largest ski area in the world after the 3 Valleys!There are 425 kilometres of runs, including 11 green runs, 129 blue runs, 65 red runs and 37 black runs. Paradiski also has two snowparks to do your favourite tricks, as well as 3 large airbags, 3 boardercross courses, 1 waterslide and 2 boardergliss. Don't hesitate to visit the famous bobsleigh and luge track inaugurated for the 1992 Albertville Olympic Games!

Off-ski activities

The activities on site are not limited to skiing. Indeed, you can easily enjoy many other activities, even in the other villages of the resort. At the end of the day or in the afternoon, the Champagny en Vanoise aquagym welcomes you for a session that is guaranteed to be relaxing.If you want to continue to enjoy the benefits of water, head to the Bellecôte Spa, which includes steam rooms, saunas and jacuzzis.
Awaken your inner competitor by challenging family and friends to a bowling match at the Belle Plagne shopping centre. The centre offers games for everyone, even the youngest.

In Plagne la Roche, book a squash lesson at the Pierre & Vacances residence to continue your sports holiday.

Why not take advantage of this natural and unique atmosphere to walk between these villages located between 1,250 and 2,050 metres above sea level. Once you arrive, you can enjoy the gentle pace of life in this beautiful town.

The high altitude restaurants of the resort welcome you during your days on the slopes so that you don't have to go back down to the village. The Roc des Blanchets, as well as the Chalet de l'Arpette for example, face the mountain and have a nice and varied menu and drinks list. At the end of your day, when the lifts close, the bars and pubs in the various districts come alive. This is the beginning of the second part of the day. You can enjoy a hot chocolate, a house cocktail or a cold beer and you can also take advantage of the entertainment offered by the various establishments. Many music groups come to perform during "happy hour", like at La Mine, in the heart of Plagne 1800. For a festive happy hour, head to the Bobsleigh pub, with all the current sporting events shown on a big screen, so you don't miss out on your favourite sports. Later, go to Chauffe Marcel and its two dance floors with different moods, one outside facing Mont Blanc and the other inside.

GO Sport Montagne welcomes you and supports you throughout your adventure not just in Plagne La Roche with its Skiset Chalet de La Roche shop, but also in all the other areas of La "Grande" Plagne.

1200-3250 m
Ski slopes
225 Km