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Ski area information

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...

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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
Resort LES ARCS BOURG ST MAURICE Opening times: from N.C to N.C
Ski lifts Opening times: 09h15 at 16h35
Resort LES ARCS BOURG ST MAURICE

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


Paradiski
Direct link to the slopes: yes
Shuttle bus link: yes
1200m Lower part of the resort
2466m Upper part of the domain
425km slopes await you
  • Total of the slopes: N.C/128
  • Green slopes: N.C
  • Blue slopes: N.C
  • Red slopes: N.C
  • Black slopes N.C
  • Skating: N.C
  • Number of snowparks: 8
  • Walking paths N.C
  • Snowshoe paths: N.C
  • Sledding paths 5km
  • Toboggan slopes (>1 km): 2
  • Zen zone yes
  • Leisure area: yes
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Activities and events

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  • Arc 1950 Le Village

    Arc 1950 Le Village

    Arc 1950 is a fairly new resort since the construction site dates back to just 2002. The most recent of the Les Arcs ski resorts, it’s entirely pedestrianised and has been created so that you have everything to hand. Perched at 1950 m, this village achieves the peak of comfort and elegance: its 8 residences offer luxurious facilities such as hammams, saunas, a fitness room


    For a stay with family or friends, come and test the Snake Slide or a snowshoe tour.

  • 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.

  • Golf Le Chantel

    Golf Le Chantel

    The Chantel Golf Course is one of the two golf courses of Les Arcs. Overlooking the Tarentaise, this 18 hole course is enhanced by breathtaking views of the ski area and Mont Blanc.

    Its varied terrain is an opportunity for golfers to work the full range of their shots: drive, putting, swing…

    Experienced players will find it a high quality course to challenge their skills, beginners will also find it suited to their needs.

  • Chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Vernettes

    Chapel of Notre-Dame-des-Vernettes

    Built in the 18th century, the little Chapel of Notre-Dame des Vernette is perched at an altitude of 1800 metres. From the village of Peisey, you'll need to walk for 3-4 hours to reach the chapel. Its architecture and decor is typical of the Savoy style baroque tradition.
    The interior of the building is stunning, with gilded and colourful decorations everywhere.
    Joseph-Marie Martel created the main altar in 1739.
    The chapel is classed as a historic monument.

  • Palais de la Mine

    Palais de la Mine

    The Palais de la Mine in Peisey is an important vestige of the old industrial mining facilities. The building housed the Ecole Française des Mines, a prestigious university, which was founded just before the French Revolution.
    During the war of 1814, the school was transferred to Paris: the site closed its doors in 1832. Today the Palais des Mines features on the supplementary inventory of historic monuments.

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