Les Arcs 2000 ski resort is located at the foot of the Aiguille Rouge glacier and offers easy access to high snow-sure skiing. On top of this, it has brilliant ski-in ski-out accommodation options, maximising your time on the slopes. Part of the Paradiski area you can enjoy an impressive 425km of slopes with great links to neighbouring La Plagne.
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Resort Altitude: 2,000m
Resort Skiing: 3,225m
Total Ski Area: 435km
Blue Runs: 170km
Red Runs: 166km
Black Runs: 89km
Cross Country: 80km
Part of the Paradiski area, Les Arcs 2000 ski resort is well connected to neighbouring La Plagne. This opens up an amazing 425km of slopes to explore with a full area lift pass. The Paradiski area has a brilliant snow record because the lifts go as high as 3,225m. The skiing in Les Arcs 2000 is mainly suited to intermediate skiers. There’s some challenging terrain for advanced skiers, with more options in La Plagne.
Les Arcs 2000 skiing is mainly north facing and has some of the best off-piste in the area. In addition, there’s a fantastic 7km ski run from Aiguille Rouge to Villaroger that’s easy to get to from Les Arcs 2000. The lower half of the mountain into Les Arcs 2000 also has a fun speed trap you can try, if you’re a bit of a thrill seeker.
The slopes are more suited to intermediate riders with blues and easy reds to enjoy. Freeride snowboarders looking for powder will enjoy the Les Arcs 2000 bowl, which is easily accessed from the Les Arcs main village. If you’re feeling adventurous you can also head over to Peisey-Vallandry for tree-lined off-piste. There’s a large snowpark also available to enjoy for freestylers.
With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.
We’ve partnered with SkiBro, New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all skiing ability levels.
Click here to book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers. If you’re travelling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.
In Les Arcs 2000 there's the Les Skimômes Mini Club that takes children from 3 to 8 years old. The package includes lessons and meals at lunch for a full or half-day. Other services include the babysitting services of Ma Nounou Montagne or the Paradiski Nanny Service.
If you’re looking for a bite to eat there are some great restaurants in the Les Arcs 2000 village. We recommend heading to Le Savoy restaurant for some lovely French cuisine or Red Rock café restaurant for tasty street food and a lively atmosphere.
Les Arcs 2000 nightlife is considered to be a bit more low-key than other areas of Les Arcs. However, there are a few bars to enjoy. Good drinking spots are El Latino Loco Bar and Red Rock Café bar. Nearby Arc 1950 has some great bars too.
If you want a lovely winter walk there are some beautiful trails in the woods between Les Arcs 1800 and Peisey-Vallandry, if you travel down. There’s a bowling alley in Les Arcs 2000 town which is great for groups and families. You can also enjoy other activities such as paragliding, ice-climbing and dog sledding.