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New £36m alpine playground, Mille 8, launched last week in Les Arcs

New £36m alpine playground, Mille 8, launched last week in Les Arcs Mille8 is a new leisure area in the heart of Les Arcs dedicated to winter sports and après ski activities. There will be a variety of activities that’ll be open from 9 am to 7:30 pm every day (plus various late night openings up until 11pm).

The new area opened partly last year and has been completed this season with the opening of The Lodge. Nearly 6000 people gathered in Les Arcs 1800 for the launch party last week.

Les Arcs is one of our top selling ski resorts and boasts 200 km of fantastic ski runs, as well as a further 225 km across the Vanoise Express in La Plagne which in all creates the legendary Paradiski area. Les Arcs is popular with British holiday makers as there is a large variety of ski accommodations and ski deals, plus the varied ski area, fantastic après venues, reliable snow conditions and glorious views across the Tarentaise valley.

Mille8 is found at Arc 1800 which is the largest and central village amongst Arc 1600, Arc 1950 and Arc 2000. Mille 8 will be an exciting new development to this area that will attracts families, night skiing admirers and freestyle enthusiasts.

Mille8 Activities include:

Toboggan Run

Choice of 3 toboggans: Speedy, Rocket & The Big Bus). 900m trail with twists, turns and an illuminated tunnel at the finish.

Cost: Children between 4-7 years – Free. 8+ - 8 Euros (from 3:30 – 7:30pm), 6 Euros (from 3 runs) & 10 Euros (late night opening). Children between 4-7 must ride with adults.

Mille 8 - Toboggan Luge

Forest Ski Run

With wooden cabins, BBQ areas and a giant xylophone.

Open every day 9 am – 7:30 pm. Late opening on Wed, Thurs & Fri until 8:30 pm.

Mille 8 - Forest Run

Freestyle Snowpark

Includes features for all levels combining freestyle and boarder cross-style runs. Multicoloured LED lights will bring the park alive at night, plus you can scan you pass at the top of the run and the cameras will film your run.

Open every day 11am – 7:30 pm. Late opening on Wed, Thurs & Fri until 8:30 pm.

Water Park

A new 3800m2 aquatic centre will be built at the centre of Mille8. Accessible from the snowfront, the centre includes an indoor pool, whirlpools, hot tubs, slides, caves, wellness centre with saunas and a fitness centre.

Open every day except Saturday from 11 am – 7:30 pm. . Late opening on Wed, Thurs & Fri until 8:30 pm. Saturday 2 pm – 7 pm. Cost between 5 – 19 Euros a day / 19 – 44 Euros a week.

Water Park - Mille 8

Le Lodge Restaurant

Try delicious, hearty French cuisne at The Resturant or picnic food and burgers at The Snack or come listen to live music. All season long there with be a eclectic mix of live music and events at Le Lodge.

Open every day from 9:30 am – 7 pm. Late opening on Wed, Thurs & Fri until 11 pm.

Mille 8 - The Lodge

+ Night skiing, beginner skiing area & forest walks.

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