Our Departure Points

Coach to La Plagne

Snow Express runs a regular coach service to La Plagne Centre, Bellecote and 1800 every week throughout the season. The coach leaves from London Victoria Colonnade Coach Station with an additional collection point at Stop 24 Services in Folkstone.

To see the timetable and prices for the coach to La Plagne use the search box below. Prices start from just £75.

The coach travels overnight from Calais making comfort stops en-route to our northern interchange point. After a brief stop the coach will carry on to Aime and from here you will transfer to a public bus service up to La Plagne Centre, Bellecote, Belle Plagne and 1800. Your transfer ticket is included in the price and will be issued along with you Snow Express ticket.  The drop off and pick up points in La Plagne Centre, Bellecote, Belle Plagne and 1800 can be seen on the map below.

We only use luxury executive coaches which meet our high standards for comfort and safety. During the journey we make regular stops to change drivers and an opportunity to use the toilet and stretch your legs. You can find more information about our vehicles in the Our Coaches section and more detail about safety in the Coach Safety section.

To see the available times and prices to Cluses please use the search box below.

La Plagne Resort

La Plagne has a well deserved, excellent reputation for being good for all levels of skiers, with a great range of well linked runs and lifts.

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Wide-open motorway skiing above the treeline and gladed trails through the forest below it are the main features of the ski area. These are coupled with gentle beginner pistes and some truly outstanding off-piste, if you know where to find it. You need a guide to discover the long, sweeping descent from the Glacier de Bellecôte down to Les Bauches, as well as the challenging Cul du Nant run from the back of the glacier into the Champagny-le-Haut valley.

Scenic routes wind down through the forest to Montchavin-Les Coches, Champagny and Plagne Montalbert. Queues are generally not a feature of La Plagne, although the closure in bad weather of an arterial lift can have a knock-on effect across the entire area. The old, slow Arpette chair-lift out of Plagne-Bellecôte has long been a notorious bottleneck, but it has been upgraded to an eight-person chair. Terrain parks are located at Plagne-Bellecôte, Montchavin-Les Coches, and at Champagny. Plagne Centre has the Pro Snowpark.

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