The wonders of the Paradiski area

Paradiski, one of the world’s largest ski areas

Paradiski is one of a very small number of very large interconnected ski areas.

From 1200 up to 3250 metres altitude, the ski area stretches over 425 km of pistes that link Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and la Plagne.

Renowned for the beauty of its landscape and its endless riding potential, Paradiski is situated at the entrance to the Vanoise National Park, a natural reserve of 53 000 hectares.

As for the Les Arcs ski area in Paradiskiyou will find about 107 ski runs totalling 200 km of slopes, with a majority of blue and red runs.

The village resorts are built in two different sectors: Arc 1950 and Arc 2000 in one area and Arc 1600 and Arc 1800 in another, lower down.

The Les Arcs area includes a number of boarder cross runs and different play areas: snow parks, freestyle runs, altitude toboggan runs and a run where you can discover the local flora and fauna, as well as a variety of exceptional landscapes surrounding the pistes.

Les Arcs and Paradiski, exceptional panoramas for a unique ski experience

The Aiguille Rouge in Les Arcs, a summit of Paradiski

Les Arcs and Paradiskioffer exceptional slopes and panoramas with a unique view of Mont Blanc and the Alps.

Skiing across Paradiski and discovering the 7 wonders of the ski area along the way is something everyone should try to do at least once!

Cross the area taking the Vanoise Express that links Les Arcs and La Plagne to ski the Arpette, the Col de la Chal, the Grande Rochette, the glacier de la Chiaupe, the Aiguille Rousse, the Fornelet and, above all, the Aiguille Rouge:

Way up at 3 226 metres, the Aiguille Rouge is the summit of the Les Arcs area in Paradiski.

Between 2 peaks, you can stop to catch your breath and enjoy a change of activity at Rodéo Park or the Igloo Village.