LES ARCS 1800, FRANCE
Ski Holidays in Les Arcs 1800
Spread along the edge of a beautiful forest in the Tarentaise Valley, Les Arcs 1800 is the biggest and liveliest of the Les Arcs villages and benefits from sunshine and picturesque views.
- Off piste
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Les Arcs 1800 Ski Resort
With plenty of shops, restaurants and entertainment attractions spread across the area, it’s easy to see why skiers come back here every year. Along with all of the fantastic facilities, there is easy access to some of the best runs in Europe through the efficient cable car network. Les Arcs 1800 is the most popular Les Arcs villages due to its ski-in, ski-out convenience.
Snow conditions in Les Arcs 1800
The season runs from November to April and snowmaking equipment is used on some runs to ensure the best possible surface for visitors.
Skiing in Les Arcs 1800
Access to the ski area is incredibly easy, you have the choice of altitude skiing in the Arc 2000 bowl or long, tree lined red and blue runs down to the unspoilt hamlet of Peisey Nancroix, or, in the other direction, to Arc 1600 and Arc 1950.
The sheer variety of runs available in the area make it a paradise for winter sports fans. Beginners will love some of the routes in Carreley and Villars, while the ski tranquille zone is ideal for people looking to improve their confidence.
As well as this, intermediates have plenty to look forward to, with Mont Blanc and Foret two of the most popular regions. Experts are not left out either, with the Aiguille Rouge providing a 2,000m vertical drop and offering some magnificent views.
With so many runs to choose from, it is wise to plan your days thoroughly to make sure you see as much of the great resort as possible.
Apres ski, restaurants and other activities in Les Arcs 1800
Away from the slopes, there is plenty to look forward to at Les Acres 1800. Eateries such as Terrases du Miravidi Le Charvet and Charmettoger Arc 1800 offer exceptional food with some stunning picturesque views.
Once you’ve had a bite to eat, you can head over to Bowling La Station, which is the perfect attraction for families. Snooker tables, video games, mini football and giant screens are available alongside 8 bowling lanes.
Transfer time in Les Arcs 1800
Chambery is the closest airport to Les Arcs 1800 and is around 80 miles away.
Les Arcs 1800 SKI PASS PRICES
The prices for the Les Arcs 1800 Paradiski lift pass, for the Winter 23/24 ski season can be found below.
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Prices are normally based on a full area lift pass and child ages vary by resort. The above are guides, so please call one of the Iglu team for prices for your holiday.
Ski Hire in Les Arcs 1800
There are normally a number of shops where you can pick up your pre-booked ski or snowboard equipment from. Which shop you go to will depend on where you are staying in Les Arcs 1800. Here is a guide to ski or snowboard hire in Les Arcs 1800:
|Ski Hire Type||Adult 6 days||Child 6 days|
|Bronze - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£72||£58|
|Silver - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£104||£72|
|Gold - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£125|
|Platinum - Skis and Boots or Snowboard and Boots||£135|
You can book your ski hire for your trip to Les Arcs 1800 here
Les Arcs 1800 Reviews
Overall fabulous skiing. A bit icy due to home made snow at the beginning of the year at vallandry but well groomed pistes everywhere else. Amazing run down to Villaroger from top of L'Aguille Rouge. Grand Renard should be reassigned as a black but great slope to go down. Unsure how they designate slopes as some blues should be reds and some reds black and some blacks easy. Atmosphere and apres ski at 1800 still as good as ever.
Les Arcs has great intermediate skiing for families and beginners, especially snowboarders, with door-to-door convenience so you can walk or ski to the lifts without queuing for buses. The top lift goes to 3200m so there's always guaranteed snow. Plenty of affordable bistros in Arc 1800 (best place to stay) plus great bars to chill for the evening. Part of the humungous Paradiski network so you won't get bored. I've skied there a dozen times and there's still plenty to explore, both open and wooded pistes. Highly recommended.
Apres Ski: 5/5