March 8, 2018 | La Plagne
Five summits over 1950 m will play host to a programme of fun and free activities, accessible to skiers and non-skiers alike, ranging from live music and traditional alpine food and drink, to wellness workshops and interactive games.
During Subli’Cimes, each of the five peaks will come alive with a different theme and a unique atmosphere:
Adrenalin-seekers will find plenty to entertain themselves with on Roche de Mio, including a 10 m long waterslide to zoom down on rubber rings, as well as plenty of other thrilling activities, all set to a pumping soundtrack.
Get your wellness fix at altitude with blissful activities including Jacuzzis, yoga, tai chi, physiotherapy massages and active meditation. The relaxation area provides plenty of space for unwinding, with hammocks, deckchairs and herbal teas.
Imagine you are living in the ice age: explore the mysterious ice cave and marvel at impressive prehistoric-themed snow sculptures.
Become enchanted by the magical, wintery setting on Fornelet: skate on an ice rink, get lost in the labyrinth of mirrors, stand in awe of the grand ice sculptures and seek out hidden treats on an icy treasure hunt.
Enjoy pampering treats in a stunning alpine setting with beauty practitioners, a barbershop, naturopathy treatments and even a fish spa. Looking your best, there’s no excuse not to strut your stuff at après!
La Plagne offers a one-week package deal during Subli’Cimes, from €243 pp (based on four sharing), including seven nights’ accommodation in Montchavin la Plagne and a six-day la Plagne ski pass. Return flights (London-Geneva) cost from £49 pp with easyJet.
Ski passes for La Plagne are usually priced at €52 for one day or €265 for six days. Paradiski passes, including Les Arcs, are priced at €60 pp for one day or €299 pp for six days.
For more information, visit www.la-plagne.com or call La Plagne on +33 (0)4 79 09 79 79.