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Paradiski

Why choose Paradiski?

  • Variety of scenery
  • 425km of pistes
  • Ski Les Arcs and La Plagne - fly over the valley on the famous Vanoise Express cable car 

What is Paradiski?

Paradiski covers 20 different resort 'villages' across Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey-Vallandry. Les Arcs includes Arc 1800, Arc 2000 and Arc 1950, while La Plagne includes Plagne Centre, Belle-Plagne, Plagne 1800 and Plagne Soleil & Village. With 425km of pistes and 2-equipped glaciers, there is something to suit skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities. Paradiski has excellent facilities and with its huge variation in altitude (1200m-3250m) there is a multitude of different types of scenery and piste to explore.

The world’s largest cable car, the Vanoise Express, opened in Paradiski in December 2003, creating the new ski area. The cable car crosses a wooded valley to link Les Arcs and La Plagne in just 4 minutes! This 2km long cable car, has made skiing exciting, by allowing skiers to take up a challenge and ski across the entire Paradiski area.

The resorts here vary from quiet modern developments to unspoilt traditional villages (like Peisey) so whatever you are looking for, it can be found here. Lunchtime dining can be found all over the slopes, so one day you can dine above Champagny and the next Arc 2000.

Staying in Paradiski

Ski Collection features a range of Paradiski accommodation options. All ski apartments have been hand-picked and are of a very high standard (3 & 4*), providing the ideal base for a Paradiski ski holiday. Ski Collection also offers ski hire, ski passes and ski school in Paradiski.

The best resorts in Paradiski

  • Arc 1600

    Les Arcs forms part of the massive Paradiski ski area which also includes La Plagne. La Plagne can be accessed via the Vanoise Express cable car which whisks skiers across the valley in 4 minutes.

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  • Arc 1800

    Thinking of skiing in Arc 1800? The bustling and trendy village of Arc 1800 is a very active resort and there is always something going on - with activities and amenities for all the family.

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  • Arc 1950

    Thinking of skiing in Arc 1950? This unique, car-free, ski resort is situated at the heart of a 300-year-old Swiss stone pine forest.

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  • Arc 2000

    Thinking of skiing in Arc 2000? The highest village in the Les Arcs ski area and situated at the bottom of the Aiguille Rouge glacier, Arc 2000 is great for families, couples and groups alike.

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  • Peisey-Vallandry

    Thinking of skiing in Peisey Vallandry? Situated halfway between the main resorts of Les Arcs and La Plagne, Peisey Vallandry is becoming more popular as a quieter base from which to explore the two.

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  • Belle-Plagne

    Thinking of skiing in Belle-Plagne? With a traditional appearance and a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere, a Belle-Plagne ski holiday can be experienced at your own pace in a tranquil setting.

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  • Plagne Soleil & Plagne Village

    Thinking of skiing in Plagne Soleil & Village? Found at 2050m, together they form one of the most attractive small villages of La Plagne, as well as being one of the highest purpose-built resorts.

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  • Plagne Centre

    Thinking of skiing in Plagne Centre? Situated at 1970m, Plagne Centre is classed as the main village within the resort of La Plagne and located right at the heart of the action - hence the name!

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  • Plagne 1800

    Thinking of skiing in Plagne 1800? The lowest of the La Plagne villages at 1800m, Plagne 1800 is located in a beautiful forest setting, offering peace and tranquillity.

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  • Aime la Plagne

    Thinking of skiing in Aime La Plagne? The highest of the La Plagne villages at 2100m, Aime La Plagne offers amazing views across to Mont Blanc.

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