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The Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry Ski Area in the French Alps invites you to experience an unforgettable mountain vacation. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or a curious beginner, this vast ski area with 425km of pistes offers something for everyone.

The resort offers unforgettable activities, with or without skis:
Take a thrilling ride on the Aiguille Rouge Zipline, reaching speeds of 130 kph!
Enjoy an educational visit to the Mountain Animal Museum or explore the playful Malgovert Giants playground.
Relax and soak in the panoramic views from the Aiguille Rouge viewing platform or the Balcony over Vanoise.


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IN FIGURES:
• 425 km of pistes
• Glaciers and forests, from an altitude of 1200 m up to 3226 m
• 2 summits over 3000 m
• 70 % of the ski area above 2000 m
• 262 pistes
• Les Arcs /Peisey-Vallandry - La Plagne connection in 4 minutes
• A downhill run of 7.4 km with 2000 m of height differential from the top of the Aiguille
Rouge to Villaroger
• 360° Panoramas with an outstanding view over Mont Blanc

The terrain is diverse and varied: you can Ski or snowboard across glaciers and forests, with altitudes ranging from 1200m to a staggering 3226m.
Conquer challenging descents, like the 7.4km run from Aiguille Rouge to Villaroger, or cruise leisurely on wide blue pistes across the entire ski area.
Discover hidden gems like the Carreley Panorama, a must-visit “Instagrammable” spot, or the Belvédère de Comborcière for a peaceful break.
New Cabanes Slope: This beginner-friendly slope in Arc 1800 sparks curiosity about the surrounding nature with playful features and giant insect sculptures.
Transarc Reborn: The iconic connection between Arc 1800 and the peaks has been transformed with a new gondola featuring faster ascent times and spacious cabins.

Les Arcs Likely Has a Lively Apres-Ski Scene:

Focus on Arc 1800 village: Arc 1800 is known for its lively apres-ski and nightclubs and has good selection of bars and restaurants with a party atmosphere.
Arc 2000 and Arc 1950 are mentioned share apres-ski options thanks to the Cabriolet lift. Peisey-Vallandry is likely quieter with a more family-friendly vibe.

Geneva Airport (GVA): 2 hours and 40 minutes
Lyon Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS): 2 hours and 55 minutes
Grenoble Airport (GNB): 2 hours and 50 minutes
Chambéry Airport (CMF): 2 hours and 15 minutes
Moûtiers Train Station : 40 minutes

Depending on trafic conditions.