Les Arcs

Ski resorts in France
Lifts (0/52)
Slopes (0/128)
Snow depth
3226 m
1600 m
140 cm
0 cm
The extent of the ski area makes Paradiski (Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry/la Plagne) an ideal arena for riders and beginners alike: wide pistes, natural ungroomed pistes, forests sheltered from bad weather, play areas, des snowparks, tracks… Come out to play in a snow-rider's paradise!

Snow forecast

  • Friday

    5.4 cm snow
    Snow showers
    1 m/s
  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Sun/clear sky
    1 m/s
  • Sunday

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    Partly cloudy
    2 m/s
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Best Off-Piste:
Powder-hounding off-pisters head straight for Aiguille Rouge or off the back of the Col de la Chal. Despite being overshadowed in this area by neighbouring La Plagne, you’ll still find plenty to keep you happy. Get a guide.

Best Black Run:
It has to be the massively long Aiguille Rouge black/red. Either get the Lanchettes lift up from Arc 2000 for the red or ski the black version of the same name from the cable car at the top of the glacier. Super long and finishes through the trees at Villaroger village.

Best Red Run:
Again from the cable car at Aiguille Rouge take the Arandelieres down the Glacier du Varet all the way round the bowl into Arc 2000. Great views down towards the resorts too.

Best Blue/Green:
I am a big fan of the long Mont Blanc blue from the top of Mont Blanc chair through the trees into Arc 1600 (particularly if you have just come down the black Deux Tetes from the summit). Otherwise, Villard or Grand Melezes from Arpette down to Arc 1800.

By: Lesley McKenna Britain’s most successful Snowboard World Cup competitor

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Rider: Stéphanie Churlet Photo: Stéphane Godin

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