Les Arcs (France) Reviews
Description:La Plagne, France.
Newest Review: ... all 4 villages and the base stations of Villaroger of Plan Peisey are well linked by lift and piste with added bonus of another 225 KM of piste in La Plagne which links via the Vanoise Express double decker cable car across the valley (the longesat single span (no supporting pylons) cable car in the world) from Plan Peisey. The majority of runs are long and well maintained, both above and ... more
Customer Les Arcs (France) Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/02/14 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Les Arcs is a large ski area with over 200KM of piste ranging from 1200 metres at the lowest point (Villaroger) to over 3200 metres at it's highest point (Aigulle Rouge) - this 2000 metre drop can be skied in one run - one of the longest in Europe. Where can I stay? There are 4 high mountain villages - Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950 & Arc 2000. Arc 1950 is the newest and most aesthetically pleasing, and consists entirely of apartment and is the most expensive. The other 3 are spread around the mountain and are somewhat older and to be honest a bit garish. I stayed in Arc 2000 in the chalet L'Ours courtesy of Ski Total and had no complaints. All ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/08 (Useful, 68 readings)
Les Arcs well what can i say its a wonderful resort, very modern and filled with inspiring sking. Its linked to La Plagne, the Paradiski area which offers a massive 425kms of pistes. Les Arcs has 4 self-contanined villages at different heights. Its a brilliant resort for all types of skiers from brand new beginners to well advanced skiers, for those who want to board its also a fab resort. It has plenty of activities for non-skiers too such as floodlit ice skating, snowshoeing, bowling, cinema's and much more. Its a lovely resort for any type of groups from families to a group of friends, all can be catered for. Children are well catered for there too with plenty .. Read the complete review
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