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Its ideal location at the heart of Paradiski - the 2nd biggest inter-linked ski area in the world – and its 425 km of pistes, makes les Arcs THE French ski resort for enthusiasts of snow riding sports. Resolutely sporting, the resort of les Arcs is a place where renowned sports people can come and express themselves and whose playing field – of an unequalled variety – promises you some great memories with your friends and family.

Benefitting from the wealth of its 4 car-free, « ski-in-ski-out » High altitude resorts (Arc 2000, Arc 1950 The Village, Arc 1800 & Arc 1600), with their varied atmospheres, the resort of les Arcs is always adding to its facilities to bring you new experiences both during the day and après-ski. Between the toboggan run and the freestyle course, all within an area

Large ski area
A resort accessing a large interlinked ski area with a common area pass.
New snow sports
Resort with specialist instructors, specially equipped for riding the snow in all its' forms (snow park, boardercross, etc.) For everyone from beginners to experts...

Resort Arc 1800

Snow Report

2466 m N.C cm montagnes 1200 m N.C cm

Last snowfall 24 Mar 2017

Opening times
from N.C to N.C

Opening hours of the ski lifts
of 09h15 at 16h35

Return to the resort by ski
no. Return to the resort is not guaranteed or does not exist

Slopes

cercles-pistes
N.C km

of slopes in the resort

Linked domain:
Paradiski (425 km of slopes)

Total of the slopes N.C/128

Green slopes N.C/3

Blue slopes N.C/64

Red slopes N.C/44

Black slopes N.C/17

Activities

Nordic skiing (52km)
Skating

Number of snowparks (6/8)

Walking paths

Snowshoe paths

Sledding paths (5km)

Toboggan slopes (>1 km) (2)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Nordic skiing (52km)
Skating (N.C)

Number of snowparks (6/8)

Walking paths (N.C)

Snowshoe paths

Sledding paths (5km)

Toboggan slopes (>1 km) (2)

Beginners' or children's skiing area

Leisure area

Last update on 23/10/2017 at 02:05

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Activities and events

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  • Ice Groto

    Ice Groto

    Enter a fantasy world where silence reigns supreme and where ice is the medium for art of a different kind. A visit to la Grotte de Glace in Bourg Saint Michel is a chance to sample something completely different. You'll marvel at the giant sculptures and be astounded by their purity; indeed they are reminiscent of lumps of precious stone. There is a new theme every year, resulting in impressive, original creations.

  • La Station bowling alley

    La Station bowling alley

    After a long day's skiing, what better way to relax than going bowling. La Station offers 8 bowling lanes, 5 billiard tables, table football, pinball and video games. In addition to the bowling alley and games room, the complex also offers visitors a bar area and tapas, with big screens screening plenty of sports events.

  • St. Martin's Church

    St. Martin's Church

    What makes the church of Saint Martin in Bourg Saint Maurice special is its hexagonal bell tower and great door facing the Isère valley. Built in 1691, the church has highly original architectural features: three naves and three bays with a flat apse. This is your chance to visit a unique building, a symbol of the historic and cultural heritage of the region.

  • Mille 8

    Mille 8

    Mille 8 is a leisure space open to all with a variety of winter sports activities on offer. Have a go on the toboggan run or the discovery piste in the forest. Beginners can find their feet in the beginners' space and try out some of the fun modules.
    And for those who prefer to have fun in the water, there's also the aqualudic centre, a 3,800 m² space with a variety of pools, a water games area for kids and a wellbeing space for those seeking some peace and quiet.
    Hungry? Head to the Lodge, the on-site restaurant.

  • La Ferme de Reberty

    La Ferme de Reberty

    With a restaurant, a pub bar, and a south-facing terrace for sunny breakfasts at the foot of the slopes, La Ferme de Reberty's authentic interior is also a great setting for gastronomic nights out. Try out the farm specialities, including beef sashimi with wasabi, steak with mushrooms, St. Jacques scallops, and all the Savoyard classics (raclette, fondue, etc.), as well as the traditional "pain perdu" bread pudding. Shuttle buses are available to take you home.

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