Skiing and Snowboarding

The Paradiski area (Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne) has 425 km. of pistes comprised of:
37 black, 65 red, 129 blue, 11 green
so there is plenty of opportunities for beginners and experts alike. Peisey-Vallandry offers a reduced price lift for beginners on a quiet but extremely wide and gentle blue. Also, for those who like tree runs, Peisey-Vallandry offers some of the best in Europe.
Also on offer is the Apocalypse snowpark at Arc1600 which is always maintained to a high standard; snowparks in Plagne Bellecote and Les Coches;  5 boardercross runs and the half pipe at Plagne Bellecote.

When conditions allow it is possible to return to the hostel off-piste from either Les Arcs or La Plagne:
ND Vernettes; Col d'Entreporte; Petite Face Nord du Bellecote and Les Bauches.     pistemap

Resort Transport:

Access to the resort is via a free bus that leaves every half an hour and is less than a minutes stroll from the hostel. The journey takes about 5 minutes. The first bus goes straight to the Vanoise Express and the Peisey-Vallandry area. It arrives before the lifts open. For the rest of the day the buses go to Peisey village to link with the "Lonzagne" bucket lift, known locally as the "Lobster Pots".

A large new car park opposite the bus stop allows easy parking for those who wish to drive. The road clearing is excellent but chains are a legal requirement.

Other activities

A very short bus journey takes you to the "Site Nordique de Peisey-Vallandry". Here there is 40 km. of cross country pistes, snowshoe hire, rides in sledges pulled by horses or dogs and ice climbing.
The Paradiski area has a total of 153 km. of cross country (ski de fond) pistes.


you are here:

Full winter season: 1350
Long stay deals

Winter:      21.50/26.50 per night
Summer:   15.50/19.50 per night

Les Arcs/Paradiski
Riders Hostel