Skiing & ski rental in Les Arcs – Arc 1950

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Les Arcs – Arc 1950

A paradise for families and freeriders

The Les Arcs ski area comprises four individual ski resorts, one of them Arc 1950. As you can tell from its name, the stylish mountain village is located at 1,950 metres above sea level. Winter sports fans from all over the world love its traditional charm, and families appreciate the resort’s moderate size.

A perfect mix of slopes for all skill levels

If you’re looking for a bit more of a challenge, you might want to check out the entire Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry ski area. The black runs and steep descents there are especially popular with experienced skiers and snowboarders. Plus, you’ll also find some perfect ski runs for racing there.

Did you know? Les Arcs is part of the Paradiski ski area – one of the world’s largest interconnected ski resorts. So if you’re looking for unprecedented variety, you can make use of the enormous selection of slopes the Paradiski winter sports paradise has on offer. You’ll see that a ride with the Vanoise Express – which used to be the world’s longest cable car until 2016 – is already worth the price of the ski ticket.

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Ski rental in Les Arcs – Arc 1950

Your INTERSPORT Rent shop in Les Arcs – Arc 1950

Would you like to rent the winter sports equipment for you and your kids in Arc 1950? No problem – thanks to the INTERSPORT Rent shop on site! Rest assured: We won’t leave you alone when it comes to choosing the perfect skis or snowboard for your needs. Our RENTertainers on site will be happy to kit out your family with boots, skis, helmets and accessories that are tailored to your individual needs and skill levels.

The easiest way to rent your equipment is to book it online in advance. This way, you’ll save time, and our staff can focus on adjusting your favourite products to your needs. What are you waiting for? Book your winter holiday, select your rental equipment online and hit the slopes of Arc 1950!

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Skiing in Les Arcs – Arc 1950

More about the ski resort

Right at the heart of the French Alps, top-class winter sports adventures are waiting for you and your family. Expect gentle beginners‘ slopes, challenging ski runs for more advanced skiers, race tracks and steep descents that will give even the most accomplished riders an adrenaline rush! On top, you get breathtaking mountain views, with the Mont Blanc being the undisputed star attraction. Les Arcs has everything from picturesque forest sections to perfectly groomed carving slopes and mogul slopes.

The best thing about it: The majority of slopes is located higher than 2,000 metres above sea level, resulting in excellent snow reliability throughout (and often beyond) the season. Do you love glacier skiing? Then you’ll be excited to hear about Aiguille Rouge – the resort’s very own ice giant.

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 mountain views of the Mont Blanc
  • 2 km of slopes for night skiing
  • ski runs with a length of up to 7 km
  • 153 km of cross-country ski trails
  • 2 snow parks
  • 6 boardercross areas
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Skiing in Les Arcs – Arc 1950 is right for you if ...

… you appreciate a varied mixture of slopes.

… you love speed skiing on steep descents.

… you always wanted to go skiing with views of the Mont Blanc.

… you enjoy doing winter sports at 2,000 metres above sea level.

… you spend most of your time at the snow park.


Our RENTertainers recommend

The slopes at Col de la Chal

They are an all-time favourite with guests of Arc 1950: the slopes at Col de la Chal. Simply take the Plagnettes 36 chairlift up to the mountain station, where you can choose between an easy beginners’ slope back down to the valley station and the red Grand Renard run towards Arc 1800. The latter even has some powder sections.

In short: With so many slopes to choose from, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

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