La Plagne Ski Lift Pass Prices Reduced

Ski pass prices have been reduced in La Plagne as the resort continues its best to maintain the pistes despite limited snowfall recently. Lots of snow is forecast for New Year so this is likely to change very soon. All the links between the resorts, including the link between Les Arcs and La Plagne, are open.

A resort spokesman said: “Our teams are doing their best to maintain the ski area in good condition. All the links between the villages and Paradiski area are working. Regarding la Plagne ski passes, discounted rates are applied from Saturday 26th December.”

A 6-day La Plagne ski area pass is reduced from €246 to €212. Here are the discounted lift pass prices for La Plagne:

La Plagne ski pass prices

The little snowpark is still open, and the resort was offering free access to the airbag for a limited time.

The snow conditions are changing quickly. It’s currently recommended to ski around Montchavin or Montalbert in the morning, and take advantage of those pistes with good snow machines.

The Paradiski and Les Arcs passes don’t appear to be reduced.

For up to the minute info on lift openings in La Plagne keep checking our LIVE page.

Email the resort with any other questions info@ski-laplagne.com, or about online sales ventes@la-plagne.com.

Happy skiing!

Katie Downs

EDGE Magazine is your guide to a ski holiday, working or living around Tignes, Val d'Isere, Bourg Saint Maurice, Les Arcs, La Plagne, La Rosiere, Peisey Vallandry & Sainte Foy. Our website www.edgemag.net is packed full of useful live information, regularly updated features and interviews with something for everyone...snow-lovers, starter snowboarders, seasoned skiers, serious apres-skiers, seasonaires and locals. Pick up a copy of our magazine from December in loads of places in each resort including bars, restaurants, shops, cafes and airport transfer vans too. For more information and to request a media pack e-mail info@edgemag.net. We'd love to hear from you!

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