Les Arcs Ski Holidays
France

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Description

Les Arcs is located in Savoie, above the Tarentaise Valley town of Bourg St Maurice. The resort is purpose built comprising of five main areas at different heights which are all linked by piste and road – Arc 1600, 1800, 1950, 2000 and Plan Peisey. The villages all offer doorstep access to the snow with no traffic hazards and fabulous views of Mt Blanc.

Les Arcs itself boasts 200km of piste but neighbours with La Plagne to form the Paradiski area covering 425km of piste in total. The resorts are linked by the Vanoise Express which is the only double decker cable car in Europe.  Guests can buy a Paradiski lift pass or alternatively the Les Arcs local pass permits one day to La Plagne.

Les Arcs has 106 runs split into 17 black, 33 red, 51 blue and 5 green offering skiing from 1200m to 3250m with a higher percentage of runs above 2000m making the resort a good choice for high altitude skiing.

Les Arcs varied and extensive ski area is good for groups of families and friends of mixed abilities and makes a good choice for those looking for a big ski area but not wanting to pay a fortune.








Getting There

If you are not taking a package where the travel is included for you, then you will need to think about the best method of getting to resort.

Fly

The most common method of travelling to resort is to fly. There are 4 local airports to Les Arcs:

Chambery – 134km – 1h50
Grenoble – 207km – 2h30
Lyon – 211km – 2h30
Geneva – 213km – 3h

During the winter season there are a huge number of flights in and out of all airports. Grenoble and Chambery are busier on weekends and are closed during the summer. Geneva and Lyon are busy and open all year round.

Which airport you choose to fly to will depend on where you are coming from with Geneva having the highest volume of flights from the UK and Lyon from other areas.

Once you arrive in resort, you will need to get a transfer to the airport. It is worth checking transfer arrangements before booking your flights especially if you want a shared transfer as these are less regular and you don’t want to be waiting around for hours at the airport.

Alps2Alps provide private transfers from Geneva, Chambery, Grenoble and Lyon.

Alti Bus provides shared transfers from Geneva, Chambery and Lyon.

Bens Bus provides low cost shared transfers from Geneva, Grenoble and Lyon.

Cool Bus provides private transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.

Europe Transfer provides private and shared airport transfers from Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery.

Ski Lifts have been awarded the world’s best ski transfer operator in the world ski awards. They provide private and shared transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon and Chambery.

Snowbus provides shared transfers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Geneva and Grenoble and private transfers every day of the week from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.

Snowdrone provide shared transfers from Geneva and luxury yet affordable private transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Chambery and Lyon.

Train

Many people may opt to take the train out to Les Arcs. The nearest station is Bourg Saint Maurice. The Eurostar runs direct trains from St Pancras International in London and Ashford in Kent directly to Bourg on Saturdays between December and April, and direct night trains on Fridays from January to April. Taking the train can be good option if you have lots of luggage to take as the generous allowance means you can take your skis or snowboard, as well as two suitcases at no extra charge.

Once arriving in Bourg St Maurice, guests can take the a shuttle bus to the Funicular which goes to Arc 1600 then another shuttle bus to your accommodation if you are staying in a different area.

Drive

A lot of people opt to drive out to resort. If you are coming from the UK, you can either travel via the channel tunnel or take the ferry. The euro tunnel departs approximately every 15 minutes from Folkestone and takes 35 minutes. Prices start from £90 each way. You can book your crossing online at - https://www.eurotunnel.com/uk/home/.

The ferry runs from either Hull to Zeebrugge or Dover to Calais with P&O ferries - http://www.poferries.com/en/portal.  The Hull ferry operates daily and is overnight arriving in Zeebrugge at 08:45am. The Dover to Calais service operates up to 23 times each day and takes 90 minutes.

On arrival in France (or Belgium if you are taking the ferry to Zeebrugge!) remember to drive on the right hand side of the road. It is important to note that there are several tolls on route down to the Alps, the prices depend on which section of road you use but the total cost will be approximately €75 in total.
European travel/vehicle requirements are very strict and on-spot fines can be issued if you don’t have: headlight converters, GB sticker, warning triangle, spare bulbs, high viz vests for each passenger in the car and breathalysers.

In certain weather conditions, the roads may become snowy and icy and although local municipalities are very good and keeping the roads clear, it can be dangerous so it is important to take extra care and attention when driving. It is a legal requirement in France to carry snow chains in your vehicle or police will refuse you access to certain roads. When driving in these conditions, slow down when you encounter any snow, use high gears to avoid wheel spin, and keep moving when driving up an incline on snow.

There is free parking in 1600 and 1800 and pay parking in 1950 and 2000.


When to Go


Where to Stay

Les Arcs is comprised of 5 main villages which are all connected by piste and road – Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950, Arc 2000 and Plan- Peisey.

Arc 1600

Arc 1600 is the original resort built in 1968. The village is located at the top of the funicular from Bourg St Maurice so is the most convenient place to stay if you are planning on getting the snow train.

There are very few chalets in Arc 1600 with the majority of accommodation being self catered apartments. The centre is compact and un-crowded offering fantastic ski access and the south-westerly exposure ensures good snow.

There is not much going on in Arc 1600 in terms of nightlife, with Cafe Sol being the top choice often having live music.

Arc 1800

Arc 1800 is the largest and liveliest resort in Les Arcs. The village is made up of 4 sections: Charvet; Villards; Charmettoger and Chantel.

Arc 1800 isn’t the most attractive place comprised of mainly ugly high rise apartment blocks but it does offer a range of accommodation options from self catering apartments to chalets.

There is some good nightlife in Arc 1800 including Red Hot Saloon, Benjy’s and Apokalypse.

Arc 1950

Arc 1950 is by far the prettiest and most upmarket area of Les Arcs. The resort is newly developed by Intrawest who were responsible for Whistler. The ski in/ski out resort is designed in an authentic alpine style and has a full range of shops, bars and restaurants.

There are mainly self catering apartments in Arc 1950 with a few chalets. The resort has a livley atmosphere with Luigi, Club 1950, Les Belles Pintes and O’Chaud Lounge Bar being top spots for après and nightlife.

Arc 2000

Arc 2000 is located at the foot of the Aiguille Rouge piste and is a good base to access the highest and toughest skiing in resort.

Arc 2000 is relatively new and isn’t the most attractive resort with plenty of high rise blocks. However there is plenty of accommodation here which offer doorstep skiing.

For those looking for après and nightlife, Arc 2000 has plenty of options including Whistlers Dream, Red Rock, Latino Loco, KL’s Disco and Village Igloo.

Plan Peisey

Plan Peisey is a traditional and picturesque village at 1650m. The village sits next to the Vanoise Express  cable car which links Les Arcs to La Plagne so it is a great place to stay if you plan to explore both valleys.




Getting around

Les Arcs is made up of 5 main areas at different heights which are all connected by piste and road – Arc 1600, 1800, 1950, 2000 and Plan Peisey.

For skiers at an intermediate level and above, the easiest and normally quickest way to get between resorts during the day is to ski or snowboard on the piste.

For less confident skiers or for those who don’t plan on skiing at all, there are some lifts both up and down that you can take between the resorts and if you don’t have a ski pass, you can get a pedestrian pass (there are several types available from a single trip to six full days’ access). Arc 1800 and Arc 2000 are connected by the Transarc cable-car and the Aracbulle chair. It is important to note that there is a walk from the bottom of the Aracbulle chair to the centre of Arc 2000 that some may find challenging. The Cabriolet gondola connects Arc 1950 and Arc 2000.

There is a funicular which runs regularly between Bourg St Maurice and Arc 1600. The first lift departs at 07.30 and the last at 20.00 (later on Saturdays)

There are two free bus services that run between the resorts and are timetabled to intersect with the funicular at Arc 1600. One service runs to 1800 and the other to 1950 and 2000. The first bus departs at 0740 and run approximately every 10-15 minutes throughout the day. There is also a bus that runs from Peisey-Vallandry to Arc 1800 and runs less regularly than the other shuttles.

In the evening from 1700 to 2300, approximately one bus an hour runs in each direction so it is possible to head for dinner or a drink in another resort!

There are plenty of walks in Les Arcs but only a few of the resorts are linked by a navigable footpath. It’s possible to walk from Arc 1950 to Arc 2000 as it is not far, but there is no easy way to get between Arc 1600, Arc 1800 and Arc 1950/2000 by foot.

Taking a taxi is going to be one of the most expensive methods of getting around but it might be necessary if you are planning on going on a night out in another resort.


Apres

Les Arcs isn’t particularly famous for it’s lively apres ski and nightlife but there are several good bars located around the resort:

Red Hot Saloon is located in Arcs 1800 and is renowned for its bar games and live music. The bar is a top spot for apres ski and the party carries on into the night with happy hours and regular DJs.

L’Arpette is located on the blue piste Belvedere in Arc 1800. The restaurant boasts an outdoor terrace with its own bar and has a DJ playing every Wednesday.

Jungle Cafe is a themed bar in Arc 1800 and serves some of the best cocktails in resort. The bar is open till 1am and attracts a mix of clientele including seasonnaires and locals

Apocalypse Bar is located in the heart of Les Arcs 1800. The bar is open till 4am and has a large dance floor and live DJs.

Ambiente Cafe is a French style establishment located in the Villards area of resort. The bar has a laid back atmosphere and is a good place to head for a great cocktail and game of pool. 

Whistler’s Dream Pub is located in Arc 2000. The pub has a relaxed atmosphere and is open from 4pm with daily happy hours from 5pm to 6pm. They also have sky sports, karaoke nights and excellent DJs.

Les Belles Pintes Pub is located in Arcs 1950 and has a traditional Irish Decor. The bars friendly staff serve a good selection of beer and have regular live music.
Chalet de Luigi Bar is located in Arcs 1950 and is a restaurant, bar and nightclub all in one venue. The lively bar has regular happy hours and the large south facing balcony is a great spot for an après ski drink.

Bark King Mad is located 5 minutes walk from the lifts in Arcs 1800. The bar is a great spot for drinks in the sun and hosts a variety of regular and special events throughout the season including regular live DJs, band nights and the annual mini-festival with MTV’s Dirty Sanchez.


Eating out

There is plenty of choice of places to eat across Les Arcs:

Chalet de l’Arcelle is a traditional Savoyard restaurant in Arc 1600 and is accessible by the Piste Combette. The restaurant is open every day and is a great spot for a gourmet lunch on the terrace or cosy inside by the fireplace.

Le Cairn is located in the Place du Soleil in Arcs 1600.The restaurant serves some of the best pizza in resort. 

Le Vache Rouge is a traditional Savoyard restaurant specialising in grilled meat, fish, oysters and Savoyard fondue.

Le 1950 is a French brasserie restaurant located in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Arcs 1950. The restaurant serves local specialities and classic French dishes.
La Table des Lys is located in the centre of Les Arcs 1950 village. The restaurant serves refined French food in a traditional chalet setting.

Chalet de Luigi Bar is located in Arcs 1950. The restaurant serves mountain specialities including fresh pasta and the famous San Daniele ham. It also doubles up as a bar and nightclub.

Le Bistrot du Solliet is a lovely mountain restaurant in Arcs 2000 which can be accesses via Pistes du Rhonaz and Piste du Solliet. The restaurant is the perfect spot for lunch on the sun terrace or inside next to the warm fireplace serving Savoyard specialities and traditional French cuisine.

Chalets de l’Arc is a large traditional mountain restaurant in Arc 2000. It is a great spot for a long leisurely mountain lunch in the sunshine.

Belliou La Fumee is a 500-year-old-stone hut located opposite the base of the Pre St Espirit chair just below Arc 1950. Specialities include home-made terrines, grilled meat and wild mushrooms.

Blanche Muree is located slightly off the beaten track between Arcs 1800 and Peisey-Vallandry and is accessible via the Reches piste.

Aux Enfants Terribles is a self-service and restaurant located at the top of the Vallandry, Plan Peisey and Grizzly lifts. The restaurant serves salads, soups, meats, Savoyard dishes and much more which can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace or in the cosy indoors.


Good for Couples

Chez Clarisse

Place Haute Des Villards

Arc 1800

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 06 48 34

Good for Couples

El Latino Loco

Immeuble Aiguille Rouge 5 éme Étage

Arc 2000

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 06 40 63

Good for Couples

Le Savoy

La Cime des Arcs

Arc 2000

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 07 73 00

Good for Family

Les Chalets de l'Arc

On Piste Restaurant

Piste des Marmottes

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 04 15 40

Good for Family

Solan

Peisey-Nancroix

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 07 15 06

Good for Friends

Bar King Mad

Centre Cial Villards 1800

Route des Espagnols

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 06 57 14

Good for Friends

Mont Blanc

Peisey-Vallandry / Nancroix

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 04 20 33

Good for Friends

Whistler’s Dream

Chalet des Neiges

Arc 2000

Les Arcs

+33 479 041 757


Activities

If there is a non skier in your group or certain member of the group aren’t planning on skiing all day then they may want to have some activities to do. There are several options available in Les Arcs:


Ice climbing and Ice Caves Visit (@2000)
Paragliding
Walking on the Aiguille Rouge Glacier
Husky sledging (Peisey Nancroix)
Ice Skating (1800/2000)
Horse drawn sledge rides
Bowling at 1800
Snowshoeing
Winter walking trails
Flood-light skiing (2000)
Cinema


Paragliding

335 Grande Rue

Bourg-Saint-Maurice

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 04 16 81

Snow-shoeing

335 Grande Rue

Bourg-Saint-Maurice

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 07 60 02

Sport & Leisure Centre

Le Charvet

Arc 1800

Les Arcs

+33 4 79 07 12 57


Ski School

There are several ski schools to choose from in Les Arcs and which one you pick will depend on which village you are staying in.

The ski schools will cater for all skiing/boarding abilities and offer a wide range of services from private ski clinics to group lessons. Group lessons will be cheaper and more sociable but are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. The majority of ski schools will be happy to assess your ability to determine which class will be most suitable.

It is not mandatory to pre book lessons although it is advisable so that you can secure your place and availability is limited especially if you are travelling on a peak week (Christmas, New Year, Half Term, Easter)

There are a few ski schools to choose from:

ESF has been running for over 70 years and has fully qualified English speaking instructors to help you improve your skills. ESF offer group and private lessons as well as mountain guiding for all abilities. They have a ski school in Arc 1600, Arc 1800 and Arc 2000.

New Generation have a ski school in Arc 2000 and Peisey Vallandry. They have fully qualified English speaking instructors who teach all levels in both group and private lessons.

Evolution 2  have a ski school at Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950, Arc 2000 and Villaroger.


Getting around

Les Arcs is made up of 5 main areas at different heights which are all connected by piste and road – Arc 1600, 1800, 1950, 2000 and Plan Peisey.

For skiers at an intermediate level and above, the easiest and normally quickest way to get between resorts during the day is to ski or snowboard on the piste.

For less confident skiers or for those who don’t plan on skiing at all, there are some lifts both up and down that you can take between the resorts and if you don’t have a ski pass, you can get a pedestrian pass (there are several types available from a single trip to six full days’ access). Arc 1800 and Arc 2000 are connected by the Transarc cable-car and the Aracbulle chair. It is important to note that there is a walk from the bottom of the Aracbulle chair to the centre of Arc 2000 that some may find challenging. The Cabriolet gondola connects Arc 1950 and Arc 2000.

There is a funicular which runs regularly between Bourg St Maurice and Arc 1600. The first lift departs at 07.30 and the last at 20.00 (later on Saturdays)

There are two free bus services that run between the resorts and are timetabled to intersect with the funicular at Arc 1600. One service runs to 1800 and the other to 1950 and 2000. The first bus departs at 0740 and run approximately every 10-15 minutes throughout the day. There is also a bus that runs from Peisey-Vallandry to Arc 1800 and runs less regularly than the other shuttles.

In the evening from 1700 to 2300, approximately one bus an hour runs in each direction so it is possible to head for dinner or a drink in another resort!

There are plenty of walks in Les Arcs but only a few of the resorts are linked by a navigable footpath. It’s possible to walk from Arc 1950 to Arc 2000 as it is not far, but there is no easy way to get between Arc 1600, Arc 1800 and Arc 1950/2000 by foot.

Taking a taxi is going to be one of the most expensive methods of getting around but it might be necessary if you are planning on going on a night out in another resort.


Family ski

For families needing childcare, there are three options– using a local crèche, in-house childcare provided by the tour operator or a private nanny service. It is important to book childcare in advance as Les Arcs is very popular with families and the childcare does get booked up early (especially on peak dates)

Crèche facilities

There are two local crèches in Les Arcs. The Garderie is located in 2000 and accommodates children from 18 months to 6 years. The crèche is open from Sunday to Friday from 8.45am-12pm and 1.45pm to 5pm. They also offer babysitting between 12pm and 1.45pm. The nursery is small and only has a capacity of 20 children so it is advisable to book in advance.

Cariboo’s Club  is located in Arc 1950. They operate a crèche for 9 months to 3 years and a children’s club for 3-13 years.

In-house childcare

For some families, booking with an operator who can offer in-house childcare can be the easiest and most convenient form of care. Booking in-house childcare with the operator ensure that you have English speaking staff and will offer similar style care that you would receive in the UK.

Espirit ski offer a range of childcare and ski school in their chalets located in Arc 2000 and Peisey.

Club Med Peisey offer childcare and ski school in their hotel.

Private nanny companies

There are several private nanny companies in Les Arcs who offer flexible levels of high quality care.

My Travelling Nanny is a family run specialist holiday nanny agency who match families with the perfect Travelling Nanny for their holiday.

Snow Little prides themselves on finding the perfect nanny for each family.

T4 Nannies  is the loveliest in the Alps with their handpicked staff offering high quality service.


Group Ski


Childcare

Les Arcs is a very family-friendly ski resort and many of the pistes are wonderful to learn and improve on. The range of non-ski activities is decent too so if the kids feel like a break from the slopes you can rest assured there’s a range of alternative activities to enjoy together.

The ice caves of Les Arcs sit at the top of the mighty Transarc gondola lift and make for a wonderful visit for families with children. Cold, dark and exciting, the caves are populated by all manner of interesting creatures. Construction of the caves begins in November and the theme changes each year. It’s a sure-fire way of getting the kids excited! http://en.lesarcs.com/ice-cave-going-out

There’s a brilliant sports centre in Les Arcs, the Club de Sports in Arcs 1800, which offers visitors a range of activities including tennis and squash, swimming, climbing and trampolining. If you need a non-ski sport to keep the kids entertained, this is the place to visit. http://www.sports-lesarcs.com/vad/commander/index.php

If you are keen to try a spot of tobogganing, Plan Peisey sits at the base of the resort and there’s a brilliant tobogganing area for kids there. The Discovery Pistes area in Arcs 1800 and 1600 is a great place to come and learn about nature in the mountains, and the dedicated children’s area also in Arcs 1800 is also great for tobogganing and climbing.

Ice skating is popular and the resort has two rinks; one natural rink and one artificial. The rinks are located in Foret du Beauchet 1800 and Place Haute 2000.

And of course for something simple, families can take kids to the cinema in Arcs 1600 and 1800, or to the bowling alley.


The Piste

Beginners

Arc 1600 has no green pistes but 15 blue so it is a good place to learn to ski and to progress from skiing blues to reds. There are plenty of short runs here including Cachettes and Vezaille so it is a good place to build up confidence before heading up the mountain onto some longer runs.  In Arc 1800, the ‘front des neiges’ is a wide open area in the centre which is where the Jardin des Enfants, the nursery slopes and the ski school meeting point is. Arcs 2000 but has several quiet rolling blue runs including the Plan Vert piste and the Cascades run.

Intermediates

Les Arcs offers excellent skiing for intermediates with plenty of long wide blues and reds, in particular Plan des Eaux and Plagnettes.  Vallandry is one of the best areas for intermediate skiing with four excellent runs from the Derby lift. There are also several good red runs above 1800 including Froide Fontaine and Carreley.

Experts

The most challenging pistes can be found on the Varet glaciar, above Arc 2000 where there a plenty of blacks and reds as well as countless off piste runs. Intermediates and experts can ski the longest run in resort from the top of the Aiguille Midi cable car all the way down to Villaroger covering 7km of ground and over 2000m vertical drop. Skiers can also enjoy the ‘Kilometre Lance’ or ‘Flying Kilometre’ piste which you can do on your own or through the Les Arcs Club des Sports who can time the run for you and five you all the necessary safety equipment.


Ski School

There are several ski schools to choose from in Les Arcs and which one you pick will depend on which village you are staying in.

The ski schools will cater for all skiing/boarding abilities and offer a wide range of services from private ski clinics to group lessons. Group lessons will be cheaper and more sociable but are not as intense as one-to-one tuition. The majority of ski schools will be happy to assess your ability to determine which class will be most suitable.

It is not mandatory to pre book lessons although it is advisable so that you can secure your place and availability is limited especially if you are travelling on a peak week (Christmas, New Year, Half Term, Easter)

There are a few ski schools to choose from:

ESF has been running for over 70 years and has fully qualified English speaking instructors to help you improve your skills. ESF offer group and private lessons as well as mountain guiding for all abilities. They have a ski school in Arc 1600, Arc 1800 and Arc 2000.

New Generation have a ski school in Arc 2000 and Peisey Vallandry. They have fully qualified English speaking instructors who teach all levels in both group and private lessons.

Evolution 2  have a ski school at Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950, Arc 2000 and Villaroger.


Equipment Hire


Lift Passes

There are two types of lift passes available – the Les Arcs Pass and the Paradiski Pass. The Les Arcs pass just covers the local area and the Paradiski Pass includes La Plagne as well.

The majority of skiers prefer to purchase the Paradiski Pass as it allows them to explore more pistes and neighbouring resorts without having to worry about ‘crossing the border’.

The below prices are based on the current rates in resort but may change at the time of purchase.

6 Day Pass          Les Arcs        Paradiski
Adult (13-64y)      €265              €299
Child (5-12y)        €212              €239
Senior (65-74y)    €212              €239

Lift passes are free for children under 5y and seniors over 74y however proof of age is required and they will still need to get a magnetic card. 

Reduced ski pass prices are available for groups of two (Duo) or more (Tribu) in Les Arcs.  Both passes need to be bought at the same time for the same duration in the same ski area in one payment and must be booked at least 2 days in advance to allow the order to be processed. Duo passes save €10 per person and Tribus passes save €15 per person.

Family passes are available for a minimum of 2 parents and 2 children (5-17yrs) and you can add on any extra children at the same price per person. The passes must be to be bought at the same time for the same duration in the same ski area in one payment and must be booked at least 2 days in advance to allow the order to be processed.  All members pay the child’s rate on the family pass and it is only valid on 6 to 15 day passes.

For complete beginners, instead of buying a whole week pass if you are there for a week, you can buy 1,2,3,5 or 10 trips on the lift. One trip costs €1. The lifts included are the Combettes chairlift in Arc 1600, the Villards lifts in Arc 1800, the St Jacques chairlift in 2000 and the Parchey lift in Peisey-Vallandry.

You can pre book your ski pass online in advance to save you time and collect them in resort from one of the Ski Pass Offices. You can also pre book your pass through your tour operator who will deliver it to your chalet upon your arrival. This is generally the easiest method of doing it as you don’t have to worry about the hassle of going to pick it up and can get out onto the slopes on your first morning.


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RESORT STATISTICS

  • ALTITUDE

    1800m

  • LONGEST PISTE

    10km

  • HIGHEST SKI LIFT

    3225m

  • TOTAL LIFTS

    171

  • TOTAL PISTE

    200km






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Koala
 

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L Ours Brun
 

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