LA PLAGNE VR

Biolley
Lift: Stade

La Plagne in Virtual Reality

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Pros
  • Good beginner lift
  • Slow lift back up
  • Very close to Aime 2000
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Cons
  • Extending rope tow is more difficult for beginners
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Lift stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 435m
Base alt: 2080m
End alt: 2121m
Vert ascent: 41m
Av gradient: 17.3%
Max gradient: 50%
Capacity: 1 person
People per hr: 750 people
Av travel time: 1 min 35s
Type: Extending rope tow

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Contrary to what its name might suggest, the Stade lift out Aime accesses a very short blue piste – which is really more part of the Pavane run. It’s difficult to know the point of this tow as it doesn’t really go anywhere and doesn’t really access anything that isn’t easily reached from other lifts and runs. The short poma is normally very quiet – probably for the reasons noted above. If you’re just starting out and prefer to keep your runs on the short side, perhaps you’ll find use here but, really, there are far better options easily accessed by other lifts and runs in this area. Also, the extending rope two style is frequently tricky for beginners.

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