LA PLAGNE VR

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Lift: Crêtes

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Pros
  • Fast
  • Queues rare
  • Great views
  • Accesses some of La Plagne’s toughest terrain
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Cons
  • Very steep at beginning
  • Uplift track can get scoured
  • Tricky dog-leg throws some riders
  • Don’t ride unless you have ability
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Distance & elevation


Length: 0.3km / 0.2m
Base alt: 2335m
End alt: 2398m
Vert ascent: 63m
Av gradient: 19%
Max gradient: 51%
Capacity: 1 person
People per hr: 600 people
Av travel time: 1 min 50s
Type: Poma

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The Crêtes poma above Aime 2000 is marked as difficult – and justifiably so, given its sharp initial gradient, take off ‘kick’ and dog-leg midway up. Only confident intermediates and above should attempt this lift as it’s a tricky proposition should you fall due to the (roped-off) steep drops either side of the uplift track. The poma also only accesses red and black runs from the top so this really isn’t a tow for beginners. Gavotte (red), Grande Pente (black) and Étroits (black) are all reached from the top – as is some of La Plagne’s best off-piste riding (with hiking involved). The location of this lift is very prone to high winds so this lift isn’t always on. Also, the runs in this spot are frequently closed after fresh snow until the security teams have had time to secure them.

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