It is going to be a White Christmas in La Plagne!
Thu 08 December 11
Over 3 ft of snow since Monday and is still snowing with 1.3 ft of snow falling yesterday.
La Plagne, the French ski resort (part of Paradiski) is expecting to have a very very white Christmas this year with over 3ft of snow in the last couple of days!
The resort is due to open high altitude villages this Saturday (10th Dec) with the full resort opening on Saturday 17th Dec as planned.
Levels of snow so far:
3250 meters high: 100 cm (3.2 ft)
2700 meters high : 80 cm (2.7 ft)
2000 meters high : 50 cm (1.6 ft)
40 cm (1.3 ft) fell yesterday (7th Dec)
Levels are increasing as the snow continues to fall.
La Plagne 6 day lift pass - 214Euros per adult
Paradiski Découverte (6 days la Plagne with 1 day Paradiski included) 6 day lift pass – 237Euros per adult
Paradiski Illimited 6 day lift pass – 254Euros per adult
Family Skipasses, 6 days la Plagne (2 adults + 2 children from 6 to 17 yrs) : from 719 Euros
Unique activities in La Plagne
Ice climbing – only ice structure in the world
Bob Sleigh & Bob Skeleton
Drive A Piste basher
Snow Body boarding
For more information on snow fall, lift pass prices and all the great unique activities you can do in La Plagne visit - www.la-plagne.com
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