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The two resorts of Les Arcs and La Plagne are linked together by ginormous, double-decker, Vanoise Express cable car to form the Paradiski, offering a total ski area of over 420km. You’ll find 6 freestyle parks, areas for beginners and families, and plenty of off-piste opportunities for those who know where to look.

La Plagne is made up of around 10 different villages and offers 225km of skiing in it's own right, while Les Arcs, one of France's very first purpose built ski resorts has it's own 200km to play around on and is preffered by the local snowboarders, many of whom are annoyingly skilled. 

Most families head to La Plagne and while apres isn't the liveliest in either areas, Les Arcs 1800 has the most going on. 



Total ski area:425km
Number of pistes:256
Number of lifts:121

1 day area pass:€59
6 day area pass:€298

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Linked areas:
Les Arcs, La Plagne

  • By air
    Chambery is the closest main stream airport to the Paradiski ski areas - just under two hours by car. Geneva and Lyon are both around three hours.

  • By road
    If you're heading to Les Arcs take the A41 to Annecy and then follow directions for Albertville and Les Arcs. If you're heading to La Plagne take the N90 to Moûtiers then the N90 to Aime picking up signs for La Plagne.

  • By train
    From the UK catch the Eurostar from London which goes via Paris or Lyon finishing at Bourg St. Maurice. Catch the funicular or a bus up to Arc 1,600m. There is no direct train connection for La Plagne. The nearest train station is in Aime, from there catch a bus or resort transfer to La Plagne.


Towns and Resorts in Paradiski

La Plagne

Like its neighbour across the valley Les Arcs, La Plagne is actually a collection of smaller purpose built villages and is well regarded as an excellent base for families and those looking for plenty of intermediate runs to rack up the miles on.

Les Arcs

Les Arcs is situated in the mountainous Savoie region of France on the edge of the Vanoise National Park in the Tarentaise Valley town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice. It is essentially in the centre of a triangle that has as its points Geneva, Grenoble and Turin.

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