The exciting and original Subli’Cimes festival returns to La Plagne, the French Alps

The eighth edition of La Plagne’s original festival, Subli’Cimes, will return to the slopes from 6-11 April 2024. Free to anyone who has a valid lift pass, this original, interactive and entertaining event is spread across La Plagne’s five spectacular summits. Get ready to relax in a Jacuzzi with views of the Vanoise, visit an open-air museum at Live 3000, experience flying and freefalling safely, explore a magical snow grotto, and enjoy thrills at the amusement park.

Read on to find out more about this exciting time…

Brand-new for 2024, discover a pop up Open-Air Museum at Live 3000, a new, high altitude area for skiers and snowboarders. At 3,080 metres above sea level, select a golden ticket, and stroll to the summit to admire the art works on display. Take part in a wood-engraving workshop or break the ice for a chance to win a Subli’Cimes souvenir. A giant frame acts as the perfect picture opportunity, and staff even dress up for the occasion. (Access for pedestrians and skiers by using Glaciers gondola.)

Defy all odds and discover a Sorcerer’s Cave at la Rossa Peak (2,380 m). Guests can travel to the most enchanted summit and explore a snow cave home to spectacular carvings of some well-known characters surrounding ‘the boy who lived’. Look out for owls, elves, giants and centaurs in this magical place – wizards, witches and muggles welcome. (Access for riders only, using Rossa Chairlift.)

Face up to those fears at Not Even Scared…! at Le Fornelet (1,979 m). Here, older kids (and big kids) can tackle a climbing wall, dive from a freefall tower (in safety), dance to the tunes from the DJ, zoom on a zip wire, and even try flying a drone. (Access for pedestrians and skiers by using Montalbert Gondola.)

Get the ball rolling at The Park of Wonders at the top of Plan Bois (1,800 m). Perfect for families with younger children, holidaymakers will find a massive ball pool, inflatable structures, an oversize rocking horse, and huge toys. Pause to enjoy a refreshment at the candy bar, take a picture in the giant Barbie box, and then jump back in for some fun, old-school entertainment. (Access for pedestrians and skiers by using Lac Noir Gondola or Plan Bois Chairlift.)

The mountains are also an ideal place to sit back, relax, and enjoy the view; why not do it from a bubbling Jacuzzi, steaming sauna, or comfy swing seat surrounded by snow? The Altitude Zen at the Grande Rochette (2,508 m) is back by popular demand. Pack a swimsuit in the morning, ready to experience this wellness world. Join a herbal tea tasting, plus trying Naka CBD-based sodas, Smoothie Bikes, and Eivie Nature yoghurts. Wooden flooring around the area means feet can be kept dry when pulling off, and putting on, boots. (Access for pedestrians and skiers by using FuniPlagne Gondola.)

For more information on Subli’Cimes, please visit:

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

La Plagne has created a specific offer for guests wanting to experience Subli’Cimes: for every adult stay purchased (accommodation + package) the child (age 5-12) will stay for free. To make the most of this opportunity, guests need only select one of the accommodations (listed on the Subli’Cimes link) from 6-13 April 2024 and select the ‘Subli’Cimes’ offer when booking. A week’s stay can cost from as little as €460 / £393 pp. This includes a seven-night stay at an apartment or Club Hotel from 6 April 2024, plus a six-day ski pass for the La Plagne ski area, and ski rental (adult or child). Discover more here:

Closest airports to La Plagne are Geneva, Lyon or Chambéry, and the closest train stations are Aime-La Plagne, Moûtiers-Brides-Salins-Les Thermes and Landry.