LA PLAGNE VR

Montalbert
Lift: Adrets

La Plagne in Virtual Reality

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Accesses Montalbert
  • Queues rare
  • Saves taking the Pravendue piste
  • Great choice of runs at the top
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Cons
  • Very slow
  • Prone to stopping
  • Gets busy morning / late afternoon
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Lift stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 0.7km / 0.4m
Base alt: 1768m
End alt: 1956m
Vert ascent: 188m
Av gradient: 27%
Max gradient: 72%
Capacity: 4 people
People per hr: 2400
Av travel time: 4min 50s
Type: Fixed chair
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The aging Adrets lift climbs out of the valley below Aime 2000 giving direct – if slow – access to the Montalbert area. While the lift might be slow, it’s still infinitely preferable to taking the long Pravendue blue with its multiple uphill sections through the trees to get to Montalbert. Unfortunately, this lift is also rather prone to stopping – whether that be through rider error or just the fact it’s rather old. The lift terminates at the summit of Le Fornelet at 1970m, from where everything is downhill – either to Montalbert on its numerous tree-lined runs or back to base on either the Grenouilles red or Adrets blue. You could also visit the new 360 restaurant at the top.

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