- 18 green runs, 129 blue runs, 77 red runs, 34 black runs across the Paradiski area
- Resort altitude from 1600 metres - 2000 metres
- 225 kilometres of slopes across the Paradiski area
Les Arcs is a purpose built resort so you can find everything you need for a great week skiing. Many of the properties we offer have convenient access to the renowned Paradiski ski area, so you get out and explore the 200km of slopes without any hassle. Les Arcs is made up of four resorts of varying altitude, all self contained with their own restaurants, bars and activities.
Choose between three villages; Arc 1800 has an activity area comprising of aquatic centre, toboggan runs, fun trail, beginner's area and children's practice area, adding to its popularity with families and beginners. Arc 1950 is a pretty car free village with excellent restaurants, bars, shops and a spa, plus good access to the slopes. Intermediate and advanced skiers are attracted to Arc 2000 with its proximity to the Aiguille Rouge Glacier and fantastic doorstep skiing.
The Les Arcs-Vallandry Ski Area is Europe's first B-Corp-accredited ski resort. B-Corp evaluates a company's impact on the planet and people, and it is given to companies which meet high standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and responsibility. The goal is to transform the global economy to benefit all individuals, communities, and the environment. Les Arcs has done a number of things to achieve this accreditation including using more sustainable fuel in snow groomers and providing a car-free resort, all visitors who arrive by rail will have free access to the funicular. With a new purchasing policy for the resort, almost 90% of its purchases are in the local Rhône--Alpes region. There has also been a focus on regreening the mountain area by planting trees and restoring wetland areas.
Skiing and snowboarding in Les Arcs
Les Arcs is part of the Paradiski Ski Area, offering 200km of slopes across the local Les Arcs. There are plenty of areas for beginners to practise turns and techniques, intermediates and advanced skiers and snowboarders will enjoy the abundance of well groomed slopes of varying levels, and with the impressive Vanoise Express cable car provides easy access to a further 225km of pistes in neighbouring La Plagne.
Where to stay in Les Arcs
We offer accommodation across all of the resorts in Les Arcs. Choose between a variety of hotels and apartments, many of which have ski in/ ski out access and wellness facilities to relax after a day on the slopes.
Bars and restaurants in Les Arcs
Each of the different resorts in Les Arcs have their own charm but all have a variety of cafes, bars and restaurants. The après scene is vibrant and lively, with live music and DJ sets often found in the bars both on and off the mountain.
Food lovers will enjoy the many authentic restaurants serving delicious Savoyard dishes such as fondue and tartiflette. You can also find a variety of restaurants serving fine French food, tex-mex and pizza.
What's included in an Inghams holiday to Les Arcs
Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering, half board or full board or all inclusive. Optional extras include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.