LA PLAGNE VR

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Lift: Roche

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Pros
  • Long, fast chair
  • Great scenery
  • High speed, high capacity
  • Gives access to equally long runs
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Cons
  • Despite being high capacity, this lift still gets busy
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Distance & elevation


Length: 1.8km / 1.1m
Base alt: 1523m
End alt: 2120m
Vert ascent: 597m
Av gradient: 34%
Max gradient: 66%
Capacity: 6 people
People per hr: 2800 people
Av travel time: 6 mins 14s
Type: Detachable chair

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Roche is a very long, very fast chair which links the lower village of La Roche (located just below the Olympic bobsleigh track) with Aime 2000. It also gives access to the Golf and Sapin blues at the top as well as Cornegidouille (blue) and the André Martzolf / Emile Allais reds a little further down. Marzolf, Allais and Cornegidouille all flow back down its base and are all enjoyable runs – though can be prone to ice in low-snow times of the season. With the Envers chair back up and running, queues here have largely been eliminated and wait times are now mainly short.

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