LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte glacier
Piste: Frête

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Snow-sure
  • Wide piste
  • Long & fast
  • Easy access off-piste
  • Sidehits
  • Never busy
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Cons
  • Long flat midway
  • Very slow chair back
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Length: 1.5km / 0.8m
Start alt: 2569m
End alt: 2281m
Vert drop: 288m
Max gradient: 20°
Graded: Blue
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The Frête blue is a stand-out run on the Bellecôte glacier if for only one reason – it’s the easiest graded run in La Plagne’s high Alpine terrain. Everything else up this high is graded either red or black. Also, unlike the other pistes, it’s accessible from the mid-station of the Bellecôte glacier. The run itself takes a long curve out skier’s left before pulling back towards the base of the Chalet de Bellecôte chair. Unfortunately, this is another of La Plagne’s older, more dated chairs. While it’s officially a two-seater, you’ll often see riders catching it single-file. The Frête piste is easy, high-altitude riding with normally very good snow. Unless you’re a beginner, it shouldn’t cause most skiers or snowboarders any problems.

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