LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte / Mio
Piste: Mio

La Plagne in Virtual Reality

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At a glance

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Pros
  • Wide & steep at top
  • Easy access off-piste
  • There are good off-piste routes in the bowl, skiers left (get a guide)
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Cons
  • Only steep at top
  • Long flat run-out
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Piste stats

Distance & elevation


Length: 1.0km / 0.6m
Start alt: 2717m
End alt: 2489m
Vert drop: 228m
Max gradient: 35°
Graded: Black
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The short Mio black piste drops just to the right of the Carella chair before eventually crossing under it to rejoin the Levasset blue as it winds its way down into the Champagny sector. In truth, this back run only has a short steep section at the top before mellowing into a gradient more akin to other blues around the resort. It’s another of the resort’s black Natur runs – meaning it’s left unpisted through the season. Consequently, the biggest challenge here is normally the size of the moguls rather than the actual steepness of the run. After fresh snow, numerous more enjoyable options exist in this area which are probably more worthy of exploring.

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