LA PLAGNE VR

Biolley
Piste: André Martzolf

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Pros
  • Rarely busy
  • Enjoyable, fast piste
  • Fun run through the trees
  • Feels remote and isolated
  • Trees protect in bad weather
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Cons
  • The bottom section can get icy
  • Roche chairlift back is fast but can still get busy
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Distance & elevation


Length: 1.4km / 0.9m
Start alt: 1979m
End alt: 1525m
Vert drop: 454m
Max gradient: 33°
Graded: Red

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The André Martzolf piste flows off the bottom of the Golf blue run in Aime 2000 and drops into the trees before joining the longer Emile Allais (also red) piste down to La Roche. Although rated red, the Martzolf piste isn’t particularly challenging and would be manageable by most intermediate riders. The piste takes a pleasant detour away from the main area, making you feel much further away and isolated than you actually are. Note, in times of low snow, this run can sometimes get icy – as can the nearby Emile Allais and Cornegidouille (blue) – particularly on the lower sections as you near La Roche.

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