LA PLAGNE VR

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Piste: Emile Allais

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Pros
  • Feels remote
  • Great views on a clear day
  • Great for GS-type, long turns
  • Trees protect in bad weather
  • Flowing run through the trees
  • Long piste linking Aime with La Roche
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Cons
  • La Roche chair back often busy
  • For a red, very flat in places
  • Bottom can get seriously icy in low snow
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Length: 1.6km / 1.0m
Start alt: 2116m
End alt: 1712m
Vert drop: 403m
Max gradient: 29°
Graded: Red

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The Emile Allais red drops from about midway down the Sapin blue piste near the Dromadaire drag lift. This run actually forms the majority of La Plagne’s Super Slalom course, the longest slalom race in the world, held annually towards the end of March. It features some steeper sections intermingled with great, long flatter sections – meaning you can really let loose as you ride down. Although the run is used for the Super Slalom, it’s actually perfect for longer, GS-type turns and the track through the trees makes you feel a lot more isolated than you actually are. It’s worth noting, in times of low snow, the lower section of this run can get icy – as can the nearby Cornegidouille blue piste.

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