La Plagne is a sporty, family resort and is part of Paradiski, the second biggest ski area in the world. With multiple facets, the resort is a mosaic of altitude and village sites spread across an immense territory going from 1250 m. to the glacier at 3250 m. Its après-ski is a real asset with a large offer of activities including the unique bobsleigh run in France with rides open to the general public.
Discover the mushers’ world
Dog-sled driving - Hors trace aventure – Plagne Montalbert
Learn to drive a dog-drawn sled : briefing followed by a mini ride on the Longefoy plateau, alternating tracks in the forest, groomed and off-piste tracks. Depending on snow conditions, the activity may be moved to Dou du Praz at the top of Plagne Villages (2100m).
Duration 30mn on the Longefoy plateau: 98€ (1 or 2 people).
Duration 30 mn at Dou du Praz in Plagne Villages: 98€ (1 or 2 people), 132€ (2 adults, 1 kid -12yo), 148€ (2 adults + 2 kids -6yo).
Musher kids – Musher generation – Champagny en Vanoise
The young musher apprentices will learn to drive a sled pulled by 1 or 2 dogs during 1 hour. Reservation at the tourist office.
40€ per child
First-time sled rides – Evolution 2 – Montchavin-la Plagne
You sit in the sled and go through the forest in the Plan Bois valley with a view over Mont Blanc. Discover the world of sled dogs.
Duration 30 min. 89€ in a sled for 1 or 2 / 119€ for 3 / 129€ for 2 adults and 2 children aged 3 to 5.
Come and encourage the mushers and their sleigh dogs when the Grande Odyssée race comes to La Plagne on Friday 18/01.
7 nights’ accommodation + 6-day Paradiski pass from 12th to 19th January starting from 291€/person (example in a studio sleeping 4 with full occupancy)