The week of themed events dedicated to the polar culture across its ten resort bases includes highlights such as the fourth staging of the Gorzderette (from the 27th to the 28th January), a series of competitions centreed around the village of Champagny le Haut – one of La plagnes more traditional bases. The program includes ice climbing, nordic skiing, a big air competition, archery, and tobogganing. La Plagne currently has about 75 lifts and 100 runs open, about two thirds capacity. Snow depth are typically around three feet (90cm) at the top of the mountain with around 180cm (six feet) of cumulative snowfall this season. Lower runs are thinner but in most cases you can ski back to resort.