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Landry

Ski Resort Review

Wertu ski expert
May 4, 2024
Landry, a charmingly rustic resort, offers a unique blend of traditional alpine charm and modern facilities, making it a paradise for cross-country skiing enthusiasts and those seeking a tranquil mountain retreat.

Landry

overview

Stats

4.4
/5
Rating
730
m
Resort height
3226
m
Summit

KM of slopes

104
Beginners
70
Intermediates
104
Experts
200
Total

Best for

Beginners
Intermediates
Experts
Fun
Fun
Poor
Fun
Couples
Fun

Landry

for beginners

Beginners rating -
104
Perfect
Landry may not be the best choice for beginners as it lacks a dedicated nursery area and the slopes are generally more challenging. The resort is more suited to intermediate and advanced skiers, with a majority of red and black runs. Additionally, the lift system is not particularly beginner-friendly, which could make it difficult for novices to navigate the mountain.

Landry

for intermediates

Intermediates rating -
Intermediates
Perfect
Intermediate skiers will find Landry to be a suitable destination with a good mix of blue and red pistes. The resort is known for its well-groomed slopes and reliable snow conditions, making it a great choice for those looking to improve their skills. The challenging red runs from the top of the Aime 2000 lift and the more relaxed blue runs around the Plagne Bellecôte area offer a variety of terrains for intermediate skiers to explore.

Landry

for advanced

Advanced skiers rating -
Experts
Perfect
Landry may not be the best fit for advanced skiers seeking challenging terrains and adrenaline-pumping runs. The resort primarily caters to beginners and intermediates, with a majority of its slopes being green and blue. While there are a few red runs, the lack of black runs and off-piste opportunities may leave advanced skiers wanting more.

Landry

for snowboarders

Snowboarders rating -
Fun
Perfect
Landry is a snowboarder's delight with its expansive off-piste terrain and challenging slopes. The resort is home to the Les Arcs snowpark, which is a haven for freestylers with its variety of jumps, rails, and boxes. The resort's high altitude and consistent snowfall ensure excellent snow conditions, making it a prime destination for snowboarders seeking a thrilling ride.

Landry

off-pistes

Off-pistes rating -
Fun
Perfect
Landry is a freerider's dream, with its vast off-piste terrains that are perfect for those seeking a thrilling ride. The resort is known for its steep, ungroomed slopes and deep powder, providing an exhilarating challenge for experienced skiers. The area around Peisey-Vallandry is particularly popular, offering a mix of tree runs and open fields, while the Les Arcs sector provides a variety of off-piste options, from gentle slopes to steep couloirs.

Landry

for families

Families rating -
Fun
Perfect
Landry may not be the first choice for families, especially those with beginner skiers, as it is known for its challenging terrains and off-piste skiing. The resort lacks a dedicated beginner's area or ski school, making it less suitable for young learners or novice skiers. However, for families with experienced skiers seeking adrenaline-fueled adventures, Landry's challenging slopes and backcountry skiing opportunities could be appealing.

Landry

apres-ski

Apres-ski rating -
Perfect
Poor
Landry offers a more relaxed après-ski atmosphere, perfect for those who prefer a quiet drink after a day on the slopes. The local bar, Le Moulin à Café, is a popular spot for a laid-back evening, offering a range of local beers and wines. For those seeking a bit more excitement, the nearby town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice is just a short drive away and offers a wider selection of bars and clubs.

Landry

food scene

Landry may not be the first choice for families, especially those with beginner skiers, as it is known for its challenging terrains and off-piste skiing. The resort lacks a dedicated beginner's area or ski school, making it less suitable for young learners or novice skiers. However, for families with experienced skiers seeking adrenaline-fueled adventures, Landry's challenging slopes and backcountry skiing opportunities could be appealing.