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LES ARCS 1600 - Information

Resort Information  LES ARCS 1600

High altitude is always a sure recipe for good snow conditions and with a top station at 3,250 metres and a glacier with guaranteed snow, Les Arcs has a lot to offer. There are four self-contained villages which make up Les Arcs: 1600, 1800, the highest at 2000 and the newest resort of 1950 with a regular free bus service between them. With 200kms of terrain, there is good skiing for all abilities and each has easy access to the nursery slopes and ski school. Intermediates will relish the vast choice of red runs whilst the advanced will wish to tackle the 7kms Aiguille Rouge. Non-skiers have a huge choice including hang-gliding, paragliding, husky dog and horse sleigh rides. Linked to La Plagne as part of the Paradiski area.As with the resort, the hub of the ski area is Arc 1800. The Arc 2000 bowl has some enjoyable runs for skiers of every ability, whilst the Aiguille Rouge and Grand Col are just a lift ride away and offer steeper, longer, more challenging runs. With over 200km of pistes covering the 4 main resorts, there’s something to suit everyone. Peisey Nancroix and Vallandry are also covered on the Les Arcs area pass and are well worth to cruise the long blues and reds. The skiing area is vastly expanded when you include the linked area of La Plagne. The 2 combined areas of les Arcs and La Plagne are known as the Paradiski ski area and is linked by the impressive Vanoise Express cable car.

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Grade1 - 54 - 32 - 19

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Nearest Airports?

Chambéry 145Km

Lyon 220Km

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