LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte / Mio
Piste: Ours

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Pros
  • Sidehits
  • Wide piste
  • Easy access off-piste
  • Main run to Bellecôte
  • Most parts wide enough to never feel busy
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Cons
  • Bottom section gets busy
  • Popular with ski schools
  • Be wary of other out of control riders – particularly at the bottom
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Distance & elevation


Length: 2.2km / 1.4m
Start alt: 2277m
End alt: 1934m
Vert drop: 343m
Max gradient: 22°
Graded: Blue
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Ours is another of the runs in the Bellecôte / Belle Plagne bowl that you’ll likely ride without even realising. The runs here all tend to flow into one another so it’s often quite difficult to know when (or if) you’ve actually changed run. The official start of Ours is just below the boardercross and snow park, found by going straight on after Les Blanchets – even though you’ll probably think you’re still on the same run. The piste runs between the Stade de Slalom (skier’s right) and Col de Forcle drag lift before widening and dropping down into the hub at Bellecôte. In terms of gradient, there’s nothing challenging about this piste and even improving beginners should enjoy riding here. After fresh snow, there are multiple different routes to be found just metres from the main piste which can give a good, safe introduction to off-piste riding.

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