fancy an adventure in the mountains ?
From Plagne Villages, start in the direction of the cheese shop and follow the Col de Forcle marked path. When you arrive at the top, turn left and continue to the Blanchets lake.
From this spot there's a great view of the Bourtes and the Via Ferrata which is accessible all summer for thrill seekers. Swimming is not permitted due to the fact that the lake is a water storage area for the resort so you'll just have be content admiring its beauty.
This easy walk is ideal for children as well as adults and perfect for an enjoyable way to spend a sunny afternoon.
If you still have energy, you can also continue on to the Roche de Mio.
From Plagne Aime 2000, you can reach Belle Plagne via the marked path that traverses the mountain.
All along your walk you can admire the magnificent panoramas including amazing views of the Beaufortain mountain range and the Mont Blanc.
It's an ideal walk if you want to see mountain flowers. You may even spot a marmot or two.
Near the Dou du Praz you can visit a place where Beaufort cheese is manufactured and sold.
After a 1 and a 1/2 -2 hour walk you'll arrive in Belle Plagne. You can either go back the same way or use the inter-resort transport to get back to your accommodation.
Magnificent trail through the forest from Plagne Bellecôte. Follow the path to the Frasses hamlet. If you want to, you can continue to the foot of the St Jacques peak and then on to Plan Bois. Return along the same path.
From the Frasses, you can admire the view of Mt Blanc and the valley.
This walk through the forest takes about 4 hours return. It is easy and accessible with a pushchair or bicycle and is ideal if you're after cooler temperatures.
From Plagne Bellecote or Belle Plagne, go up in the direction of the Arpette restaurant and continue along the path to the summit.
After about an hour you'll reach the chapel and the viewpoint indicator.
The Mt. St Jacques towers over la Plagne and above all offers a fantastic view of numerous peaks in the Vanoise and Beaufortain ranges.
Maps are on sale at our sales desks or at the tourist office.