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Staying in Les Arcs? Your ski and snowboard hire equipment will be delivered and fitted by the Rental Republic team at your chalet at a time that suits you, so you can relax while you wait for our technicians to come to you.
Even for those of you staying in the tucked away retreats that are far from the bright lights of resort, we guarantee you will be ready to hit the slopes for your first day on the mountain…no long queues and no hassle in resort, just winter sports, mountain food and stunning scenery!
Les Arcs is one half of the recently integrated skiing area of Paradiski. Opened in December 2003, the revolutionary high-speed 200 person cable car the Vanoise Express transports skiers across the valley between La Plagne (Montchavin-Les Coches) and Les Arcs (Peisey Vallandry). Paradiski is one of the largest winter playgrounds in the world, with over 400km of groomed pistes.
Les Arcs consists of six mountain villages linked by a free transport system as well as efficient lift services, which are necessary to link the areas. The vast nature of the resort means that our personal service of delivering and fitting your ski and snowboard equipment in the comfort of your chalet will eliminate the hassle of trekking to a ski hire shop, and you can instead spend more time on the slopes! Our service covers the following Les Arcs resorts; Arcs 1600, 1800, 1950, 2000, Villaroger, Peisey-Nancroix, and Plan Peisey as well as the valley village of Bourg Saint Maurice.
Les Arcs is a vast state-of-the-art ski area that covers over 200 kilometres of groomed pistes, serviced by 76 lifts, you will be able to make sure that you never ski the same terrain twice.
A world-class resort that feels compact and homely. The varied pistes, easy to reach off-piste and woodland runs mean it has something for everyone. You could be making your first turns on long, wide pistes in 1800, looking for natural rollers and banks to hit in Vallandry or heading to the Malgovert forest for some small rock drops, there’s always fun to be had.
Or why not test your skills at the Apocalypse Park in 1600 where you’ll find kickers and rails of all sizes; there is something for everyone to enjoy whether you are a total beginner, an experienced skier or boarder, a pro-rider or simply a spectator.
While the villages and slopes of Arcs 1600 and 1800 benefit from views across the valley to Mont Blanc, the lower villages enjoy the fantastic scenery along the Nancroix valley and to La Plagne’s splendid north face of Bellecôte. Higher up, Arc 2000 and Arc 1950 sit beneath the Aiguille Rouge, at 3,226m, it’s the high-point of the slopes where the surrounding peaks and valleys are sure to put a smile on your face.
Looking for off piste?
If you fancy a challenge, hire a guide and head up to the Aiguille Rouge, after admiring the views, drop down the back into Villaroger where more than 2000 meters await the tips of your skis, then over to the Grand Col for some of the same.
Visitors can choose between a lift pass for Les Arcs-Peisey-Vallandry or for unlimited access to both Les Arcs and La Plagne, the Paradiski pass. Alternatively you can choose the Paradiski Discovery Ski Pass, which gives you 6 to 8 day pass for Les Arcs-Peisey-Vallandry with one Paradiski day in La Plagne.