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Les Arcs

Paradiski, France

Resort height: 1800/1950/200
Highest lift: 3416
No. of lifts: 62
No. of slopes: 117
Total piste length: n/a
Snowboard parks: 1
Glacier: No
Purpose built: Yes
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Les Arcs - The Definition Of Skiing Convenience

Les Arcs consists of four modern purpose-built resorts at 1600, 1800, 1950 and 2000 metres. The resorts are spread out and accommodation is generally well placed to access the skiing. Arc 1800 is the largest village with a lively atmosphere, whilst Arc 2000 is extremely convenient to access the skiing and at 2000 metres, snow-sure.

Arc 1950, the most recent addition to Les Arcs, is more rustic in style, with each building designed to have views of either a valley or a peak.

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Featured Accommodation

Chalet Altitude
Property: Chalet Altitude Resort: Les Arcs
Type: Self-Catered Apartment Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 4 / 16
These apartments are located in a large alpine chalet style building, just 100m from the pistes and 500m from the centre of the resort (a 10-15 minute walk). The complex offers a s ... more

Les Arcs Snow In

Skiing & Boarding In Les Arcs

Skiing Les Arcs has taken on a new dimension with the Vanoise Express cable car combining the two areas of Les Arcs and La Plagne on the Paradiski lift pass.

Les Arcs offers excellent skiing and boarding for every level and the superb lift system makes getting back to base very easy from any point. The Glacier du Varet guarantees snow and offers one of the longest runs in the world: 7km descent from Aiguille Rouge to Villaroger.

Beginners benefit from the abundant blue runs while intermediates can enjoy the high altitude bowls and tree-lined runs to Peisey Nancroix. Experts should try the challenge of the Deux Tétes.

Après-ski In Les Arcs

Arc 1800 has a range of bars, shops, restaurants, night-club/discos and a cinema. For live music try the Red Hot Saloon Bar or Benjis, and for local cuisine go to the Triangle Noir. Nightlife is more limited in Arc 2000, but Whistler’s Dream, Red Rock and El Latino Loco make for an entertaining night and the KL92 disco will help finish off a good day skiing!

Just 50 metres down the mountain in Arc 1950, there are a couple of restaurants and bars and the gondola to Arc 2000 runs late into the evening.

Les Arcs Webcam

Thanks to the marvel of the internet you can now see conditions in the resort yourself using the webcam below. This webcam is provided courtesy of
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