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Best Ski Pass Options in Les Arcs

Discover the top Les Arcs ski pass options

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    About ski pass options in Les Arcs & Paradiski

    About ski pass options in Les Arcs & Paradiski

    See our Ski Pass Prices guide for ski pass price comparisons and our Lift Pass Prices guide for summer lift pass price comparisons. For a detailed explanation of the different ski passes available, read on.

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    Which Ski Pass to buy in Les Arcs
    Adult Pass Individual ski pass for people aged 13-64 years
    Child Pass Individual ski pass for children aged 5-12 years
    Family Pass Ski pass for family groups comprised of a minimum of two adults and two children aged 5 to 17 years), purchasing ski passes for the same dates and duration, for six to 15 days
    Duo Pass Ski pass for two people for six to 15 days, for the same ski area, bought at the same time and for the same duration
    Tribu Pass Ski pass for three people and more for six to 15 days for the same ski area, bought at the same time and for the same duration

    If you order your passes online and want them delivered to your home, please allow at least 15 days before you're coming to resort. If you'd prefer to collect your ski passes in resort, you can order them online up to four days before you arrive.

    Paradiski Area ski-passes (Full area)

    If you like clocking up the miles and want to explore every inch of the available terrain, then the Paradiski Pass is the choice for you. With unlimited access to 425kms of piste, 144 lifts and two glaciers, anyone of an intermediate ski ability and upwards would undoubtedly get great enjoyment from this pass. It allows you access to the resorts of Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and neighbouring La Plagne.

    There are lots of advantages included with the six-day or longer Paradiski Pass, such as an extra half day of skiing offered for free, which must be used on the afternoon before your first full day of skiing. Paradiski ski passes for six days or over also include free breakfast when booking the First Tracks activity (€12 instead of €19), access to the priority line and one ticket to La Luge Mille8 Rodeo Luge offered for every ticket purchased

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    Also see: Ski Areas in Les Arcs, France

    Les Arcs Area ski-passes (Local area)

    The Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry Pass is the local area pass that gives you unlimited access to all the lifts in the Les Arcs domain (including Peisey-Vallandry). There are around 200km of pistes, 54 lifts and an altitude variation from 3,250m to 1,200m. If you are quite happy skiing at your own pace, then this pass could be just what you’re after. With every three to 15 consecutive days Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry pass, you will also get a free day in La Plagne.

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    Also see: Ski Areas in Les Arcs, France

    Group ski-passes

    Both the Paradiski and the Les Arcs/Vallandry pass offer discounts for groups of skiers. If you're skiing in a group of two or three and more, you can buy a Duo or Tribu ski pass. Your group can be made up of adults or children but all the passes must be bought online, at the same time, for the same ski area and in one payment to receive the discount. Children and seniors will need to show proof of age.

    Groups of 15 or more need to enquire for a quote. Once you've received your quote, you pay for the passes on arrival in resort. 

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    Family Ski Passes

    Les Arcs is very proud to have been awarded "Family Plus Mountain" status for both winter and summer seasons. This means that the resort has been recognised for its high standard of accommodation, facilities and range of activities suitable for families and children. The resort also offers a discount rate for Family Ski Passes.

    Family rates are available to two adults and a minimum of two children ager 5 to 17 years. All family members pay the child's rate. To benefit from the discount, at least four ski passes must be bought at the same time for the same duration and ski area. You will need to order these passes at least two days in advance of your arrival in resort to allow time for the order to be processed. Children and seniors require proof of age either at the moment of sale or in resort. Ages on the first day of skiing are taken into account. The passes are available from six to 15 days duration.

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    Beginners ski-passes

    Multi-trip passes
    Cards with one, two, three, five or 10 trips can be purchased for the beginner areas in Les Arcs. They can be used in the Combettes (Arc 1600), Villards (Arc 1800), St Jacques (Arc 2000) and Parchey (Peisey-Vallandry) lifts.

    Peisey-Vallandry beginner area only
    You can buy a one-day pass which gives you access to the Flocon and Cabri beginner ski areas. From Vallandry, you can get two journeys on the Vallandry chairlift and unlimited use of the Flocon J-bar lift. From Peisey, you can get two journeys on the Peisey chairlift and unlimited use of the Cabri J-bar lift.

    Restricted Area Passes
    It is also possible to buy one-day passes just for the lifts in certain parts of the ski area, including the beginner areas in Les Arcs, Villaroger and Peisey-Vallandry. If you just want to practice your turns for a bit on some of the resorts more gentle slopes, this pass might suit you best.

    Ski schools and lessons
    If you are a complete beginner, then it is likely that you will be joining a ski school for most of your stay so it is worth discussing with them which pass option is best suited for their beginner groups. There are sometimes also special deals available on lift passes when bought in conjunction with lessons, so it’s always worth asking.

    Also see: Beginner Ski Areas in Les Arcs, France

    Snowpark passes

    Access to the snowparks in Les Arcs is included in your Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry ski pass. If you'd like to try out the snowparks in La Plagne as well, you'll need to buy a Paradiski Pass. 

    Also see: Snowparks in Les Arcs, France

    Discounted ski-passes

    Early and late season
    Early and late season discounts are available both on Paradiski and Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry ski areas. These are available from four hours to seven days duration and are also available for families of two adults and two children (5-17 years) for six and seven-day passes.

    Saturdays
    The 'Samedi je skie' offer is available when purchasing your one-day Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry ski pass online. Book before Friday at midnight and save money on your Saturday ski pass. You must have a hands-free card to be able to recharge it.

    75-year-olds and over
    People who are 75 years old and over can purchase a discounted ski pass upon presentation of proof of age.

    Disabled skiers
    Disabled skiers can get a 50% discount on their ski pass upon presentation of proof of disability (at least 80%).

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    Free passes

    Children under 5 ski for free but you still need to order a ski pass. Proof of age is required at the point of purchase and the child's age on the first day of skiing is taken into account.

    Cross-country ski-passes

    All of the 'ski de fond' or cross-country ski trails in Les Arcs are free to use, you just need your equipment, some snacks and plenty of water.

    Also see: Cross-country Skiing in Les Arcs, France

    Season passes

    Season passes can be bought online and, if you buy your season pass before the end of November, you can save around 20% from the full, public price. Check prices at the time of purchase online.

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    Pedestrian passes

    Not everyone comes to Les Arcs to ski and, when there are such beautiful panoramas to take in and mountain restaurants to enjoy, we can understand why. Pedestrian rates are available for single and return journeys as well as one and six days. These apply to the Funicular from Bourg Saint Maurice, Transarc 1 & 2, Varet, Aiguille Rouge, Arcabulle, Peisey, Vallandry and Vanoise Express lifts. Pedestrian access to the Villards, Jardin Alpin, Cabriolet, Lonzagne and Replat lifts is free. All pedestrian passes can be bought at the Ski Pass Offices in resort. 

    Also see: Maps of Les Arcs, France

    Other passes

    Ski a la Carte
    With the 'Ski à la Carte' system, you no longer need to buy a predetermined number of skiing days in advance. You only pay for the days you actually ski and the payments are not debited until the following month. There are also special discounts and offers for Ski a la Carte pass holders.

    Luge passes
    Children from three to seven years old can enjoy the luge in Mille8 for free, in the company of an adult sharing the sledge. In the Rodeo Park Luge, children must be at least 10 years old and 1.25m tall. 

    More inspiration...

    Read more about the ski lift system in Les Arcs and find out more about the variety of winter activities you can do on your visit. 

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