About Summer Lift Pass Options in Les Arcs
Les Arcs has a few options for lift passes in the summer. You can either enjoy the mountains on foot or on bike and if you want to explore further afield there is always the option of a Paradiski pass which connects Les Arcs with neighboring La Plagne.
Full area skipass
Popping across to neighbouring La Plagne is easy mid week as the Vanoise Express is open from Monday to Friday. Take in the views of the whole Paradiski area from these two wonderful summer destinations. Pedestrians and mountain bikers are allowed to use the Vanoise Express.
Also see: Ski Area Overview in Les Arcs
Mountain bike passes
Les Arcs bike park grown in popularity every year, offering around 180km downhill and enduro itineraries from late June to the end of August. Tickets range from just one uplift, to half days, full days or 7 days and they also offer a Saturday special pass just giving you access to the funicular and the Cachette chair in Arc 1600. Special offers for bike hire, lift pass and safety gear are also available if you book with the bike school Arc Mountain, based in Peisey-Vallandry, Arc 1600 and Arc 1800.
Also see: Mountain Biking in Les Arcs
There is a wide area to explore in foot in Les Arcs in the summer months. If you want to use the lifts, you can access the mountain from the funicular in Bourg St Maurice, right up to the top of the Aiguille Rouge. Only selected lifts operate in the summer, you can find out which ones here. You can buy from one uplift, to a day with or without the Aiguille Rouge or a block of ten tickets where you'll get one more for free. All tickets can be bought at the lift pass offices not on line.
Also see: Maps of Les Arcs
Multi-activity passes (Hero Passes) are available in different packages - the more activities you'd like access to, the more you pay. Take a look at our summer pass prices page for the details.