Paradiski - Les Arcs/ Peisey Vallandry/ La Plagne
Paradiski is the world's second largest linked ski area with:-
425 km of pistes
70% of pistes above 2000m including 12 green, 135 blue, 77 red and 37 black
2 skiable glaciers at over 3000m
A weekly Paradiski lift pass allows skiers the choice to ski one day in each of the other two systems, Les Arcs or La Plagne. The Vanoise Express two layered cable car is the link between the two main ski areas, offering spectacular views and a rapid transfer across the valley.
Les Arcs ski passes cover the villages of Villaroger, Arc 2000, Arc 1950, Arc 1800, Arc 1600 and Peisey Vallandry. This area is great for beginners and experts alike with an extensive choice of wide pistes, forested runs, snow parks and glacier skiing.
La Plagne ski passes cover the villages of Montchavin/Les Coches, Plagne Villages, Plagne Soleil, Belle Plagne, Plagne Centre, Plagne Soleil, Plagne Bellecote, Plagne 1800, Aime 2000, Champagny and Montalbert. This area is known for it extensive intermediate level skiing and 1000m+ descents.
La Plagne also has the longest off piste run in the Tarentaise valley, the famous North face of the Bellecote.
Follow the link for more info on lift pass prices for the Paradiski area
I can offer ski lessons or guiding from any of the villages above in both Les Arcs and La Plagne, get in touch if you need advice on which lift pass to buy, or have any other questions about the resorts before you book a lesson.
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Accommodation in Peisey Vallandry
Bourg St Maurice