LA PLAGNE VR

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Piste: Dou du Praz

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Pros
  • Enjoyable blue
  • Always quiet
  • Avoids busy Écartée run
  • Interesting terrain
  • Sidehits
  • Good link to reach 1800
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Cons
  • No direct lift back
  • Very much a link run
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Distance & elevation


Length: 1.1km / 0.7m
Start alt: 2137m
End alt: 1952m
Vert drop: 185m
Max gradient: 25°
Graded: Blue
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The Dou du Praz blue piste runs behind Plagne Soleil and provides fast and easy access to the bottom of the Écartée run – just without the hordes. Écartée (and the chairlift that serves it, Bergerie) are two of the busiest runs and lifts (respectively) in the whole of La Plagne. The Dou du Praz, served by a draglift of the same, is one of the quietest (and most ignored) runs in the whole area. Taking this lift and run can save long waits and delays and provide an easy and fast way down to the link to the 1800 via either Les Mines (red) or Loup-Garou (blue).  The run itself is very mellow – though most people don’t even know it exists. To access, take the Dou du Praz and take a left at the top. After passing behind Plagne Soleil, the run loops back left under the Bergerie chair to a flat plateau where you can take the Bergerie back up, drop to the right to 1800 or head straight on to take the Boulevard chair up to Centre.

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