Perfect slopes for accomplished skiers and freeriders
If you’re looking for more varied, sporty or action-packed options, you can simply move on from there and explore the entire Les Arcs ski resort. The resort boasts varied slopes and excellent conditions for accomplished winter sports athletes. The steep descents and black runs are even a challenge for seasoned ski racers.
Are you in search of even more ski adventures? Together with Peisey-Vallandry, Plan-Peisey and La Plagne, Les Arcs makes up the Paradiski ski area – one of the world’s largest interconnected ski resorts. The individual areas of the ski resort are connected by the Vanoise-Express cable car, which up until 2016 was the world’s longest cable car.
Ski rental in Les Arcs – Arc 1800
Your INTERSPORT Rent Shop in Les Arcs – Arc 1800
Helmets? Check! Ski boots? Check! Skiing equipment for the kids? Check! At the local INTERSPORT Rent shop, you can find everything your heart desires – from top-class equipment to the latest skis and snowboards for you to test. The RENTerstainers on site will adjust the helmets, gear, boots and accessories to your individual needs and skill level.
A convenient extra: You don’t want to waste any time with equipment rental once you’re on site? Then we recommend using the convenient online ski rental services of INTERSPORT Rent and booking your favourites from the comfort of your home!
Skiing in Les Arcs – Arc 1800
More about the ski resort
The French Alps in all their glory: Above all, Les Arcs offers snow-loving guests unrivalled views of the surrounding mountains. You can even see the famous Mont Blanc from Arc 1800! Apart from the splendid views, it’s the challenging slopes that keep attracting winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world.
Mogul slopes, carving slopes or picturesque forest sections: Les Arcs isn’t short of variety. In addition to numerous offers for beginners, the resort boasts plenty of black slopes, speed tracks and steep descents to keep thrill-seekers happy. The perfect opportunity to take on a new sporty challenge!
Are you worried about the snow reliability at Les Arcs? There’s no need to! The majority of slopes at Les Arcs ski resort is located at 2,000 metres above sea level, resulting in plenty of powder and perfectly groomed natural-snow runs. Plus, the region even has its own glacier, the Aiguille Rouge.
What’s waiting for you at the ski resorts of Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry?
- 121 slopes
- 200 kilometres of slopes
- 53 lifts and cable cars
- 360-degree panoramic views of Mont Blanc
- 2 km of slopes for night skiing
- ski runs with a length of up to 7 km
- “Apocalypse” snow park
Skiing in Les Arcs – Arc 1800 is right for you if ...
… you’re looking for variety on your winter holiday.
… you love speed skiing and aren’t scared of steep descents.
… you have always been fascinated by the Mont Blanc.
… you enjoy skiing at snow-sure resorts located higher than 2,000 m a.s.l.
… you like well-designed and action-packed snow parks.
INTERSPORT Rent tip
Our RENTertainers recommend
Apocalypse snow park
Between Arc 1600 and Arc 1800, right beside the snow park ski lift, you can show off your skills on the many rails, jumps and pipes of Apocalypse snow park. If the thrills of the rail slides and spine jumps aren’t enough for you, there’s even a gap jump.