About Les Arcs
Les Arcs has mainly north facing slopes and this combined with the Aiguille Rouge glacier ensures reliable snow conditions throughout the season.
A comprehensive and varied ski area in its own right, when combined with Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne, Les Arcs forms part of the massive Paradiski which offers high altitude skiing on some 425km of prepared pistes.
The incredible 200-person cable car spanning the valley from Vallandry links directly with La Plagne and makes the Paradiski area one of the largest ski playgrounds in the world.
Inclusive lift pass: 6 day Les Arcs pass (Paradiski available at a supplement)
Lifts to: 3226m
Total number of lifts: 60 (190 inc La Plagne)
Marked pistes: 200km (425km inc La Plagne)
Longest run: 7km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 20%
By coach: 16 hours from Calais.
By air: Flights to Geneva or Lyon. Coach transfer to resort: 2.5 hours.
Green Runs: 10
Blue Runs: 51
Red Runs: 38
Black Runs: 18
Gentle slopes are available for beginners with some breathtaking descents for more advanced skiers.
Swimming: Bourg St. Maurice
Ice skating: Les Arcs 1800 / Bourg St. Maurice
Bowling: Les Arcs 1800 / Belle Plagne
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels and centres.