LA PLAGNE VR

Bellecôte / Mio
Piste: Roc du Diable

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Pros
  • Pathway piste
  • Sidehits (lots)
  • Feels isolated
  • Easy access off-piste
  • Accesses snow park
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Cons
  • Often closed
  • Pathway gets busy
  • Don’t duck the fence – area is very avalanche prone
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Distance & elevation


Length: 0.8km / 0.5m
Start alt: 2367m
End alt: 2277m
Vert drop: 90m
Max gradient: 14°
Graded: Blue
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Roc du Diable is another run used more for access than anything else, though there are options for side hits on this machine-cut track. The piste slices its way beneath the Col de Forcle peak, linking Blanchets with Leitchoums, the snow park and the Geisha run over to the Champagny sector. The gradient is forgiving all the way and the run tends to stay pretty quiet as most riders opt to just stick to the Blanchets piste. Note – after fresh snow, this piste is often marked as closed. Don’t be like most people and just duck the barriers. The aforementioned Col de Forcle is a notorious avalanche zone and, when the slope above is loaded, there is a very real risk of natural slides occurring. If you want to get to Leitchoums or the park, ride down and take the Col de Forcle drag lift instead. Genuinely, it’s not worth the risk.

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