LA PLAGNE VR

Montchavin
Lift: Plan Leschaux

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Faster than Dos Rond
  • Queues rare
  • Great scenery
  • Accesses boardercross
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Cons
  • Not everyone likes riding pomas
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Distance & elevation


Length: 0.9km / 0.6m
Base alt: 2100m
End alt: 2270m
Vert ascent: 170m
Av gradient: 18%
Max gradient: 34%
Capacity: 1
People per hr: 900
Av travel time: 4min 12s
Type: Drag lift
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At first sight, the Plan Leschaux might seem a little pointless but it’s good for avoiding queues on the slow Dos Rond chair just to the right. There’s also a boardercross to the left so this lift can be handy for quick access while also being an alternative to Dos Rond when it’s busy. There’s also a gate piste far left as you head up – though it’s normally fenced off for race training. The Plan Leschaux poma departs from a plateau shared with Dos Rond and ends at a top station very close to the Bijolin chair. From the top, you can either ride back down on the Mont Blanc / Dos Rond blues or take the boardercross which terminates near the base. Alternatively, drop over the back of Montchavin to access either the Salla or Crozats chair to get back to Belle Plagne / Bellecôte.

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