Ski resorts in France
Paradiski includes La Plagne, Les Arcs, Peisey Vallandry

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2 reviews
tonyrider (Guest)
A very exceptional place for freeride, always a lot of snow and sun with an wonderful view on the Mont Blanc!!

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Paradiski is a suitable name for a huge area for both the piste burner and the off-piste rider. The area has rides that suit all levels, from blue wide slopes to learning in, to thigh muscle burning red / black slopes to struggle down.
The off-piste is treacherously accessible with regular intermediate slopes to very advanced areas. All the time overlooked by Europe's highest mountain peak, Monte Blances.

The area is built around and for skiing with basically just ski in / out accommodation. La Plagne is divided into 6 smaller hotel areas, where Belle Plagne of 2050 meters stands out as the charming one. The area around Les Arcs is similarly similar and the two-storey gondola Venoise Express connects the two areas.

A lift pass of 6 days with unlimited access to both Les Arcs and La Plagne costs about 3000 SEK 2019.

The area has many easily accessible restaurants and the price level is lower than the more well-known ski areas such as Val Disere / Val Thorens.
As a whole, I give a high rating for Paradiski, the lifts are for the most part the new faster variety and the slopes were freshly packed every morning.

We were there week 2-3, 2019 and had to experience days of glorious sun and days it snowed. It was the first time I was there and the lasting impression is that I will go back.
The journey for my part started in southern Sweden by train to Kastrup, flights to Geneva and car hire T&R La Plagne. We stayed in a clean and nice apartment in Plagne Soleil. The trip cost in round throws of 10,000 SEK and then the ski rental is included (about 1000 SEK).

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