LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte / Mio
Lift: Blanchets

La Plagne in Virtual Reality

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Great views
  • Fast, long lift
  • Access to Champagny
  • Long runs Bellecôte side
  • Shorter queues than any other Bellecôte lift
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Cons
  • Despite shorter queues, this lift can still get busy
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Piste stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 2.3km / 1.4m
Base alt: 1930m
End alt: 2368m
Vert ascent: 438m
Av gradient: 19%
Max gradient: 55%
Capacity: 6 people
People per hr: 2795
Av travel time: 7min 45s
Type: Detachable chair
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Les Blanchets is always the quietest lift out of the busy Bellecôte hub which also features the Colosses chair, Arpette chair and the first stage of the Roche de Mio gondola. In the busier holiday periods, this is always a top tip for getting out to the other areas quickly – particularly into Champagny. From the top of the Blanchets chair, riders can access the Blanchets piste, Roc du Diable or Quillis (all blue). To access Champagny, just head straight on at the top onto the Quillis then take the Levasset run. Riders can also access Roche de Mio by taking the Carella chair (near the base of Quillis) – much quicker than waiting for the main Roche de Mio gondola.

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