Les Arcs shares the Paradiski ski area with La Plagne and Peisey-Vallandry.
This ski area includes glaciers located at altitudes in excess of 3,000m.
The resort’s high altitude guarantees that many of its runs are open throughout the season, with 70% of them above 2,000 meters.
In total, the resort boasts 425km of downhill runs and 153km of cross-country trails .
For those who prefer acrobatics or more extreme activities , Les Arcs also offers 2 snowparks, 5 boardercross runs and 2 halfpipe ramps. Specially designed zones have also been created for beginners. If you follow the “Ski Tranquille” signs you’ll be able to ski with complete confidence. The resort’s wide diversity of runs also ensures that you’ll experience the thrill of the mountains irrespective of whether you’re a beginner or an experienced skier.
With five different altitudes, Les Arcs can offer five completely different skiing experiences, a diversity which enables it to cater to skiers of all levels and all budgets.
The resort also offers visitors numerous non-skiing activities such as snowshoe treks, dog sledding, ice skating, cinema etc.
The Mille 8 relaxation area has something for everyone, both skiiers and nonskiiers. Open year-round, Mille 8 has a covered outdoor pool with massaging water jets, bubble massage beds, jacuzzis, waterfalls, and caves, as well as child-friendly water games. A well-being space with hammams, saunas, and a fitness center welcome those looking for an extra bit of relaxation.