Montchavin la Plagne

Montchavin is the lowest of the la Plagne villages. It is north-facing and with more snow-making machines installed recently it should be possible to ski down to the village until the end of March or even into April.
Montchavin is based on an old farming village and as you ski down to one of several delightful restaurants you will ski through the village orchard: certainly a contrast to many more modern resorts.
The village has a couple of small supermarkets, a tabac and several other shops including a pharmacy.

Montchavin la PlagneSki & Snowboard Access: Montchavin rarely has any queues for the ski lifts out of the village; there are sometimes bottlenecks to get further up the mountain. There is a telecabine that gives access to les Coches and on up to the higher nursery slopes; in the last few years a new chairlift has been installed as well. There is a guide to the individual ski runs of la Plagne in the “Skiing in la Plagne” section of this website.

Try Summerzest in Peisey Nancroix for accommodation and summer holidays to Les Arcs and la Plagne.

Montchavin la PlagneApres Ski: Nightlife is limited but seems to revolve around the la Taverne bar and l’Oxygene nightclub.

For a touch of relaxation after a day of skiing or snowboarding around la Plagne there are a couple of mobile massage service operating in the resort. Massage Me therapists will come to your ski chalet to provide that extra bit of holiday pampering that you are after, or Pamper Off Piste are great for mobile physiotheraphy, osteopathy, massage and beauty services in the comfort of your chalet or holiday accommodation.

Montchavin la Plagne – Ski Schools: There are two ski schools in Montchavin: the ESF and the independent ski school Evolution 2.

Montchavin la PlagneHire Shops: Montchavin has five ski hire shops.