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In a resort with so many detachable chairs, it’s very noticeable when you find yourself on the slower, fixed grip variety. Given its relatively short length, the Golf chair seems to crawl its way back up to Aime 2000 – and that’s made all the more evident by the fact it travels alongside the much quicker Roche chair. Golf serves the blue piste of the same name – as well as Sapins a little further to the left (from the top). The Golf area is one of the best beginners’ zones in all of La Plagne with spectacular views over Mont Blanc. The run is officially marked blue but you’ll see many ski school classes here with riders of a standard lower than the official intermediate ranking. Given the slow speed of this chair, if you have the skills, you would be recommended to ride the André Martzolf or Emile Allais (both red) or the Cornegidouille pistes down to the base of the Roche chair – all much longer runs with the added bonus of faster uplift.
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