About the Paradiski Area
Les Arcs is part of the Paradiski linked ski area, which is one of the largest ski areas in Europe and the second biggest linked ski area in the world.
The Paradiski incorporates all of the resort villages of Les Arcs with those in La Plagne, meaning that no matter where you stay, you have access to the whole Paradiski area with its 141 lifts, 260 pistes and 425 kilometres of ski terrain. Of these 260 pistes, 12 are green, 135 are blue, 77 are red and 37 are black (see the piste map).
Over 70% of the Paradiski ski area is above 2,000 metres which means plenty of snow throughout the season. You can ski from village level at 1,250 metres all the way up to 3,250 metres at the highest point.
Les Arcs ski area
Les Arcs is a haven for intermediate skiers with a total of 128 pistes including 64 blue and 44 red pistes. There are also 3 green pistes, perfect for beginners or those getting their ski legs back, and 17 black pistes for the more advanced skiers and snowboarders, all accessed by 54 ski lifts. Several snowparks offer you the chance to bonk, jib and learn new tricks, whilst the off-piste areas allow you to explore more of this beautiful region.
Read more in our detailed guide to the Les Arcs Ski Area.
La Plagne ski area
La Plagne has a total of 132 pistes and also benefits intermediate skiers, with 70 blue pistes, 34 red pistes, 8 black pistes and 9 green pistes. These are accessed by a network of 74 ski lifts.
Read more in our detailed guide to the La Plagne Ski Area.
Location: Les Arcs Region