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Resort:Les Arcs
Country: France
Ski Region: The Best of the rest
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Resort facts


Ski area:  Paradiski
Resort height: 1600/2000 m
Highest lift:   3230 m
Total Kms pistes:  425 kms
Nearest airport:  Geneva/Chambery/Grenoble
Transfer time:   3  hrs
Driving Time :  10 hours (Calais – Bourg)
Pistes/Lift info Local Area Whole Area
Top Lift 3230 m 3230 m
Piste length 200 km 425 km
Black runs 18 69
Red runs 33 127
Blue runs 56 257
Green runs 1 22
Total runs 118 475
Approx Lift Pass price 6 day adult 250 Euros 291 Euros

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Snowbeds says


Very large ski area with big vertical drop gives loads and loads of variety.

There is also a big variety of accommodation centres from purpose built up high, to villages lower down.

Les Arcs is made up of four modern resort units, all purpose-built, traffic-free and apartment-dominated.

Arcs 1600 and 1800 stand a couple of km apart, roughly at the treeline on a broad, steepish mountainside overlooking the town of Bourg-St-Maurice.

Both consist mainly of large apartment blocks sitting below their slopes, with some development beside the slopes. 

Arc 2000 and 1950 are  separate – on the far side of the mountain ridge, at the bottom of a high, treeless bowl. Arc 2000 consists of half a dozen huge, linked apartment blocks, plus more recently built chalet-style blocks.

Arc 1950 was built from scratch by IntraWest (of Whistler fame) in traditional style.

Most of the accommodation is conveniently located,beware some of it is pretty basic but if you are looking for value than there are some great prices to be has especially in Arc 1600.

Great ski area for mixed abilities,good beginners slopes,with lots of wide intermediate slopes,and plenty for the high mileage experts to go at.


Good for
  • Family skiing
  • Variety of accommodation
  • Value for money accommodation
  • Access to huge ski area
  • Skiers
  • Boarders
  • Beginner to expert
  • Variety of pistes
Where is it?
Apres ski
Family based restaurants and bars in each centre.
Arcs 1800 is definitely the liveliest village in Les Arcs.
Try the Red Bar for live music.
In Arc 1950 La Belle Pinte is a large Irish pub and Club 1950 goes to the wee small hours.
There are nightclubs in Arc 1800, 2000 and 1950 all of which are open until 4am. The Apokalypse club in 1800 is probably the most popular and KL92 in 2000 is also a good choice.
What others say
From The Telegraph
"We’ve always liked Les Arcs’ slopes: they offer long descents, plenty of steep stuff, plenty to keep intermediates happy plus woods to head to in a storm. And for those who really like to travel on skis, the link to La Plagne takes the amount of skiing into the Trois Vallées league."
Top Les Arcs tips
  • The only free parking is through 1600 and before the entrance to 1800.
  • Shop in Bourg its much cheaper
  • Consider travelling by train acess to ARC 1600 is dead easy
  • If you have a car consider visiting nearby La Rosiere,or Ste Foy
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