LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte / Mio
Lift: Quillis

La Plagne in Virtual Reality

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Link lift
  • Links Champagny to Bellecôte
  • Despite being slow, queues are rare
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Cons
  • Very slow
  • It’s a small grumble but there’s no ski / board footrest
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Lift stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 0.3km / 0.2m
Base alt: 2304m
End alt: 2370m
Vert ascent: 66m
Av gradient: n/a
Max gradient: 48%
Capacity: 6 people
People per hr: 3000
Av travel time: 2min 41s
Type: Fixed chair
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The slow, 6 person Quillis chair is very much just a link lift out of the Champagny sector back onto the Bellecôte / Belle Plagne area. This lift features a simple safety bar without foot rests but, given it’s relatively short, it makes little difference. From the top, riders can access the Blanchets or Roc du Diable (both blues) or ride back down again on the run of the same name – though it would be hard to fathom why anyone would do laps on this slope.

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