Champagny la Plagne is south-facing and at 1,250m is the first of the villages in la Plagne to lose the snow. There is a good and efficient telecabine out of the village that takes you to 1800m.
Although the snow disappears from the village quickly there is some great skiing up the mountain and Champagny can make a great base for a winter (or summer) holiday in the Alps.

Champagny – Ski & Snowboard Access: It is rare that you are able to ski or snowboard back to Champagny. If you are looking for ski in ski out accommodation you should look at one of the high altitude villages of la Plagne.
Once you are at the top of the telecabine skiing and snowboarding to the rest of the la Plagne ski area is easy. Champagny is not good if you are wanting to ski across to les Arcs. There is a guide to all the ski runs in the Champagny sector in the “Skiing in La Plagne” section of this website.

Champagny Apres Ski: Nightlife in Champagny la Plagne is limited. There is la Timbale bar, the Galaxy nightclub and a number of restaurants. Champagny also has a cinema.

There are a number of shops including four that are listed as grocers including two which offere regional produce.

Champagny Ski Schools: The ESF meets at the top of the telecabine out of Champagny.

Champagny Ski Hire Shops: There are a total of eight ski and snowboard hire shops.