LA PLAGNE VR

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Piste: Borseliers

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Pros
  • Wide open piste
  • Great for carving
  • Very fast
  • Never busy
  • Quite long
  • Varying gradient
  • Incredible scenery
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Cons
  • Lack of terrain
  • Straight up & down
  • Lift back can get busy
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Distance & elevation


Length: 1.1km / 0.7m
Start alt: 2105m
End alt: 1814m
Vert drop: 292
Max gradient: 23°
Graded: Red
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The Borseliers red run rarely gets busy – despite being a great gradient for intermediate / advanced riders who want to lay out long, lazy carving turns. After a few times, the run can start feeling a bit samey as it’s more of a traditional, straight piste with little in the way of deviations or terrain – but it can still be fun. Most riders use the run to get back over to the Verdons Sud chair and thereafter onto the Plagne Centre side of the area. Note, there are often race gates to be found skier’s far right from the top – though this area is commonly roped-off for race training practice.

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