Montchavin is linked to the Paradiski ski area, offering access to a vast ski area. La Plagne is made up of ten different villages, each with its own style, ranging from the traditional at Plagne 1800 to the really modern at Aime La Plagne. Montchavin is at 1,250 metres and has good links to the main ski area. Facilities for the beginner are good, with nursery slopes adjacent to each of the villages, and easy runs between each centre. Intermediates are well looked after, with the run from La Grand Rochette to Champagny a particular favourite. Advanced skiers will enjoy the black runs on the Bellecôte glacier, or the long tree-lined runs from Aime La Plagne past Plagne 1800. Off piste skiing is good, with the route to Les Arcs challenging. Plagne Soleil has a dedicated park for snowboarders. Children are well catered for at La Plagne, with nurseries in most of the villages. The nightlife is quiter than many of the other resorts in the area, however the facilities are good and there are a range of restaurants and bars.
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