La Plagne Airport Transfers
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Geneva to La Plagne Transfer
Uncover the magic of La Plagne with our seamless Geneva to La Plagne Transfer.
Secure your journey today from Geneva Airport and experience the quickest route to your ski resort. With a transfer time that ensures you spend less time on the road and more time enjoying the slopes, our Geneva to La Plagne transfers make your ski adventure effortless and memorable.
The most popular airport to fly into to reach La Plagne is Geneva, with a transfer time of around 2 hours and 45 minutes. You can also book a transfer from Aimee train station to La Plagne. A Geneva to La Plagne transfer is the easiest and fastest way to reach your ski resort from the airport or train station, allowing more time on the slopes.
La Plagne Transfers
Ski-Lifts provides a range of award-winning quality transfers to La Plagne and many other ski resorts in France. The service is reliable and safe and our drivers have decades of local knowledge with great value prices, offering private, executive, limousines and coach transfers to La Plagne.
Getting to La Plagne couldn’t be easier with Ski-Lifts, if you decide to fly to France or Switzerland. The most popular airports to fly into to reach La Plagne are Geneva Airport, Chambery Airport, Grenoble airport and Lyon Airport. Ski-Lifts also offer transfers from train stations, such as Aimee train station which is only 30 minutes away.
La Plagne private transfers are a popular choice, as you will not be sharing with others or waiting at the airport as your driver will be waiting for you on arrival. It is a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route and our transfers include all baggage, including ski equipment, without charging extra.
La Plagne Ski Resort
This resort, boasting an extensive 225 km of slopes within a captivating and varied ski paradise, presents a plethora of villages, snow parks, and glaciers. A staggering seventy percent of the resort sits majestically above 2000 m, ensuring an unparalleled guarantee of extraordinary snow reliability. And for those seeking an adrenaline-fueled thrill, an exhilarating ride down the Olympic bobsleigh run in La Plagne (La Roche) stands as another enticing alternative. In La Plagne, every twist and turn on the slopes, every village nook, and the icy rush of the bobsleigh track collectively create an unrivalled symphony for ski enthusiasts.
La Plagne makes up half of the Paradiski, a 425km area that’s shared with Les Arcs and is known for variety. Beginners will learn the ropes around Plagne Centre or Belle Plagne, while the other hubs have loads for improvers and intermediates. Most of the area is high altitude, so the snow conditions are good – especially up on the glacier. Jump on the Vanoise Express gondola to explore Les Arcs too.
If you have decided to take your teenage children on a winter ski trip to Europe, then La Plagne is a great choice! Teens make up more than any other age category, so the resort has a good selection of age-appropriate events and activities to challenge and excite.
Apres Ski in La Plagne
As the sun sets behind the majestic peaks, the lively village transforms into a vibrant celebration of a day well spent on the slopes. Picture this: you’ve traded your ski poles for a glass of local Savoie wine, and the air is filled with the infectious rhythm of live music. The eclectic mix of bars and chalet-style pubs beckons skiers and snowboarders alike to unwind in a jovial atmosphere. Whether you’re clinking glasses in a cosy corner or joining the dance floor frenzy, La Plagne’s après-ski spirit is the perfect blend of mountainous charm and party vibes.
La Plagne Ski Resort Facts
Resort altitude: 1250m Highest point: 3250m Vertical drop: 2000m Pistes: 225km (425km in the Paradiski) Blue: 62% Red: 26% Black: 12% Lifts: 76 (122 in Paradiski)
Popular Airport transfers to La Plagne
Geneva Airport to La Plagne transfer time is approx. 3hrs
Chambery Airport to La Plagne transfer time is approx. 2hrs 15mins
Grenoble Airport to La Plagne transfer time is approx. 2hrs 50mins
Lyon Airport to La Plagne transfer time is approx. 2hrs 50mins
Popular Train Station Transfers to La Plagne
Aimee Train Station to La Plagne transfer time is approx. 30mins.
Why choose a Ski-Lifts transfer to La Plagne?
Providing 24/7 customer service for transfer-related enquiries, and our exclusive network is made up of only the best local and friendly experts for our transfer providers. From restaurant recommendations to discounted ski hire, local knowledge can really make the difference to your trip, and it’s something that Ski-Lifts really prides itself on.
Travelling with Ski Equipment is hassle-free if you’re planning on bringing your own skis! Not everyone travels with their own equipment, but some people choose to do so. Ski-Lifts include your baggage with your booking in the price, without charging you extra (as long as you tell us about the baggage in advance when you’re booking).
Book your ski transfer to La Plagne today to secure the best prices!
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Lyon, Grenoble, Chambery and Geneva to La Plagne Transfer FAQs
Who is La Plagne Suitable For?
La Plagne has slopes and facilities suitable for: beginner, intermediate, advanced, budget, snowboarders and off-piste skiers. The ski area is best suited for intermediates and families who are on the lookout for wide and gentle slopes. Having said that, even the experts will be challenged by the 37 black runs, sufficient off-piste, steep couloirs and over 1000m of descents for the bravest skiers. With a range of off-piste skiing to give even Chamonix a run for its money.
When is La Plagne open?
La Plagne Ski Season is open from mid December to late April. (Please note – dates are subject to change)
What is the distance to La Plagne?
Geneva to La Plagne transfer, 194km
Chambery to La Plagne transfer, 109km
Grenoble to La Plagne transfer, 139km
Lyon to La Plagne transfer, 214km
Aimee Train Station to La Plagne transfer, 19km