LA PLAGNE VR

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Lift: Plagne 1800

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Pros
  • Main lift out of 1800
  • Great scenery from the top
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Cons
  • Slow, fixed chair
  • Queues common
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Lift stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 0.6km / 0.4m
Base alt: 1816m
End alt: 2019m
Vert ascent: 203m
Av gradient: 35%
Max gradient: 67%
Capacity: 4 people
People per hr: 2400
Av travel time: 4min 50s
Type: Fixed chair

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The 1800 chair is one of just two lifts out of Plagne 1800 (the other is Mélèzes up to the Boulevard and Bergerie chairs below Centre). Consequently, this lift can get ridiculously busy first thing in the morning during the popular holiday periods and should be mostly avoided early in the day unless you’re actually staying in Plagne 1800. This fixed chair climbs steeply out of the village (max gradient 67%), taking around 5 minutes to reach the top station just below Aime 2000. From there you can take a short ride down to the Golf chair to access the main Plagne Centre bowl or go further down the Cornegidouille piste to ride down to the Envers or Roche chairs. Alternatively, it’s also possible to link over to Montalbert via the Adrets chair.

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