Chambery - 2 hours 30 minutes
Geneva and Lyon - 3 hours 30 minutes
Ski Train (Bourg St. Maurice) - Arc 1600 20 minutes, Arc 1800 25 minutes, Arc 1950 50 minutes, Arc 2000 60 minutes
• Cup of coffee from €2.00 • Small beer from €3.00 • Bottle of house wine from €15.00 • Raclette from €20.00 • Glass of coke from €4.00 • Mulled Wine from €3.00 • Sandwich from €2.50 • Pizza from €12.00 • Burger & fries from €12.00
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Ski area with glacier skiing
Pistes over 2,500m
Advanced Ski Rating
Intermediates Ski Rating
Beginners Ski Rating
So what's it like?
A modern resort filled with wide, long, tree-lined descents and inspiring skiing
Renowned for everything from wooded blue runs for beginners to high altitude skiing, diversity is key to the enduring popularity of Les Arcs. Linked with La Plagne to create the Paradiski area, there are 425km of piste suitable for all levels. With 70% of the skiing over 2000m, snow conditions are reliable throughout the season. If you’re in the mood for something special, head up to the Aiguille Rouge and descend the exhilarating 2000m to Villaroger. It’s an 8km run recommended for advanced skiers only. Above Arc 1600 there’s also a snow park with a very good range of jumps and rails.
Our accommodation in Les Arcs can be found in five villages. The buzzing Arc 1800 is where you’ll find the après ski crowd, while nearby Arc 1600 offers more of a village environment. In Arc 2000 you can ski to and from your doorstep and if newly-built but traditional style is more your thing, then Arc 1950 is a great choice. Lastly, Peisey-Vallandry is closest to La Plagne and offers you speedy access to the whole of Paradiski.
Les Arcs is all about variety. When the clouds roll in, head over to Peisey-Vallandry for elegant tree-lined runs, as well as access to the Vanoise Express. This 200-person double-decker cable car crosses the 2km valley to La Plagne in just four minutes - an experience in itself.
Ski Information Beginners
There are good beginner areas in all levels of Les Arcs making it a great choice for beginners.
Ski Information Intermediates
The Paradiski Area is brilliant for intermediates. Runs include tree-lined descents into Pèisey Nancroix and Vallandry and a multitude of interlinked blue and red runs.
Ski Information Advanced
Ski the breathtaking 7km black Aiguille Rouge right the way down into Villaroger (Europe's biggest vertical drop of 2000m!), pound the moguls of Dou de l'Homme or take the new Vanoise Express lift, which carries 200 people over to La Plagne and return off-piste through the imposing Nancroix forest.
· live music in the Red Hot Saloon in 1800, where all the main sporting events are screened · El Latino Loco or Whistler's in 2000 for a lively, informal atmosphere and more live music · George’s Wine bar for social drinks and karaoke in 1950 · In 1600 watch the football and enjoy beer or a cocktail at L’Abreu
Bowling alley, cinema, helicopter rides, outdoor ice skating in Arc 2000
Wide variety of restaurants throughout the levels of Les Arcs · Meat or cheese fondue for around €25 including wine and dessert · Traditional French specialities at Latino Locos, Vache Rouge steak house for the best locally sourced ingredients, the best burgers in resort at Bar King Mad
· Shops · Supermarkets · Banks · 25kms of prepared walking paths.
From Chambery airport
One-way (arrival) from £44 pp.
Return from £88 pp.
One way helicopter transfer for up to 5 passengers are also available
- Access to the 425km Paradiski area.
- Good mix of high altitude skiing and tree-lined runs.
- Large terrain park, challenging all abilities.
Kids ski free: free helmet for kids booking skis & boots
Senior savers: reduced lift pass prices for seniors 65-71yrs