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Forming one part of the vast Paradiski area, Les Arcs is a ski resort ideal for every group. The five villages include the lively Les Arc 1800, the best for partying, and the idyllic winter wonderland of Les Arcs 1950.

Les Arcs' nice mix of runs - including five nursery slopes and an epic black run with a 2000m vertical drop - makes it a great fit for every skill level. Opt for a Les Arcs ski area lift pass and check out the map below to make the most of the resort's powder perfect pistes, most of which can be accessed directly from the villages.

After more variety? A Paradiski ski pass more or less doubles the amount of skiing available, giving access to neighbouring La Plagne. There's also some solid off-piste trails between the two resorts, plus you'll find loads of ace bars and restaurants to entertain you in the evenings on our Les Arcs resort map.

Les Arcs piste maps

Plan out exactly which runs you want to tackle or just avoid getting lost on your next ski trip with our Les Arcs piste map below. The map lists out all the blue, red and black runs in the area as well as pinpointing the nursery slopes if you're a complete beginner. For even more runs, check out the wider Paradiski piste map.

Les Arcs off-piste map

If you're keen on going off the beaten track, definitely take a look at the Les Arcs FATMAP. It's essentially an interactive map which showcases all the off-piste ski trails in the area - skiers can track their routes, record them on the map and share them for friends to see and use later.
FATMAP also shows ratings for every route, plus it'll give you info on snow conditions, safety levels and any avalanche risks. You'll also spot handy features to use on marked runs, too, including live piste and lift statuses.

Les Arcs ski resort

You'll definitely want to follow up a day on the powder with some good grub and a few drinks. Luckily, our Les Arcs map highlights all the top places for wining, dining and dancing in the resort. We've also added in a few suggestions for places to pick up ski essentials like equipment and lift passes.

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Les Arcs ski area stats


Resort — 1,200-2,000m

Max — 3,250m

Skiing: 425km
Transfer time:

Geneva - 2h45; Grenoble - 2h10;

Chambery - 1h50

Accessible via the Eurostar
Included in the Paradiski area:
  • Les Arcs/​Peisey-Vallandry: 200km
  • La Plagne: 225km
Most famous run:

Aiguille Rouge, Les Arcs, 7km (From the peak of the Aiguille Rouge at 3,226m all the way down to Villaroger with a huge 2,026m of vertical drop!)

Ski Arlberg ski map breakdown:
  • 5% green, 51% blue, 28% red, 16% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 4/5
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