Aptly named as a paradise for skiers of all types, Paradiski connects Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne – all large and comprehensive ski resorts in their own right – to create the super-resort of the Alps. Paradiski spans over 1200m to 3250m above sea level, with 2 summits the Aiguille Rouge and Bellecote, both well over 3000m high.
With 2 skiable glaciers, Paradiski is a snow sure ski area, with skiing even possible well into the springtime.
You will find a skiable area of 425km, with 264 ski slopes just waiting to be explored.
The Paradiski domain can be easily reached by the Lyon or Geneva airports, or alternatively via the Bourg Saint Maurice TGV/Eurostar train station which is just a 30-minute drive or 7-minute funicular ride away from Arc 1600.
Paradiski itself has excellent inter-resort transport links, including the innovative double-decker Vanoise Express cable car which links La Plagne with Les Arcs. The Paradiski ski area offers the ultimate in convenience, thrilling ski experiences and a unique atmosphere. The biggest cable car in the world, the Vanoise Express can transport 200 people over 1800m of the Tarentaise valley in just 4 minutes. The cabin travels at 45km/hour and reaches 380m above the ground at its highest point!
A collection of ski resorts, the most popular of which being Arc 1600, Arc 1800 and Arc 2000, Les Arcs is immensely popular with regular skiers, beginners, families and thrill-seekers alike.
As well as some of the best skiing that the Alps has to offer, Les Arcs offers a plethora of other activities that guarantee to keep the whole family entertained, even when off the slopes. With everything from hiking to spas, bars, restaurants, swimming pools, snowshoeing, paragliding and dog sledding, you will be spoiled for choice at Les Arcs.
Accommodation in Les Arcs are a mix of purpose-built ski chalets and modern residences, as well as hotels and apartment buildings. So there is a wealth of different options to ensure that you can find something that suits you.
Peisey-Vallandry lies at the heart of the Paradiski region. Somewhat of a gateway between Les Arcs and La Plagne – the village connects one side of the Valley to the other via the Vanoise Express - it is also a beautiful ski resort in its own right.
With a Paradiski region ski pass, you’d be pushed to find a better location to stay than at Peisey-Vallandry. You have easy access to both Les Arcs and La Plagne, and can benefit from the cosy and atmospheric, tree-lined village.
Open from mid-December until the end of April, Peisey-Vallandry is a ski resort which high altitude fun and snow-sure conditions. With heights up to 3250m above sea level, you can be confident that you will have the best ski conditions that the Alps have to offer.
With many high-altitude destinations including Belle-Plagne, Plagne 1800 and Plagne Soleil, there are plenty of accommodation and resort options to choose from at La Plagne. Whether you are looking for a more traditional Alpine village vibe or a purpose-built, modern ski resort, when it comes to accommodation La Plagne has everything you could ever ask for.
As well as the agreeable accommodation options, you also have access to fabulous high-altitude skiing, unrivalled amenities and activities, and unbelievable views. Facing Mont Blanc, you will struggle to find a more impressive and iconic resort than La Plagne.