Subli’Cimes returns to the slopes of La Plagne in the French Alps this April

As the days become longer, the sunny terraces more popular, and spring skiing hits its peak, the sixth edition of Subli’Cimes will return to La Plagne from 13-18 April 2022. Free for anyone who has a valid ski pass and health pass for those age 12+, this wacky and exciting festival is spread out across La Plagne’s five spectacular summits.

  • At Plan Bois (1,600 m) in the Montchavin-Les Coches sector, guests can dive into a giant ball pool, sample a selection of candy at a sweet bar, settle down on some giant rubber rings, and fly colourful kites.
  • The XXL mountain Le Fornelet (1,970 m) in the Montalbert section will combine the heady mix of art, fun, and adrenaline. Check out some giant paintings, try a big jump, and dance to the lively DJ sets – plus, prepare to be surprised…
  • La Grande Rochette (2,508 m) in the altitude sector will be transformed into Goa, India, complete with a giant statue of Ganesh, swaying palm trees, two waterslides, a mocktail bar, a photo opportunity with a swing, a Pétanque court and competition, and after all that, a much-needed chill zone!
  • Alice in Wonderland will take over La Roche de Mio (2,739 m) in another altitude zone. Guests will recognise two of the story’s key elements, the grinning Cheshire Cat, and the all-important door into the weird (but wonderful) world. Work through a twisting snow maze, tuck in at a teatime area, and children can have their face painted while listening to magical tales.
  • Last, but not least, La Rossa (2,150 m) in the Champagny-en-Vanoise section, will showcase snow at its best. Here, families and friends will find a huge snow cave decorated with fantasy themed snow and ice sculptures. Walk through the frozen rooms and admire the structures with a sound and light accompaniment. Outside, join in with a snowball fight, take part in one of the workshops, or watch an ice sculpture demonstration.

For more information on Subli’Cimes, please visit:

Please note, non-skiers can reach all the summits via a gondola (apart from La Rossa, in the Champagny-en-Vanoise section).

A week’s stay, at Residence Phoenix in Belle Plagne, from 9 April 2022, costs from €1,490 / £1,244 total for a self-catered apartment sleeping up to six people. Book with La Plagne Resort.

A six-day Paradiski lift pass costs from €325 / £271 per adult or from €260 / £217 per child (age 5-12).

For more information on La Plagne, please visit or call 04 79 09 02 01. Alternatively, please find the latest press pack here: