What’s New In Les Arcs

This week, we take a look at Les Arcs, which has 425km of runs and skiing up to 3250m.  

Ski Pass Revolution

Les Arcs has become one of the first resorts off a choice of lift passes with different inclusions. For this season they will offer three types of passes, two of which will include après-ski activities and extra on-mountain services.

Renovation of the funicular between Bourg Saint Maurice and Arc 1600

The funicular which takes skiers from the valley floor in Bourg Saint Maurice straight into the Les Arcs ski area has had a full face-lift ahead of this winter.

A new metal structure will cover the station in Bourg, giving an improved waiting area for passengers. Screens will broadcast real-time images of Les Arcs webcams and there is a new comprehensive information and ticket desk.

Eco-coconscious British skiers can travel from the UK by train with Eurostar, arriving directly into Bourg, then taking 7-minute ride on the renovated funicular to arrive in Arc 1600.

New Folie Douce in Arc 1800

From 14 December a new Folie Douce will open in Arc 1800. Skiers will be able to get to the resort’s wildest party place by gondola, on skis or on foot and enjoy après-ski until 7pm each evening.

There’s a choice of three restaurants all for different tastes which diners will be able to enjoy in the evenings each Thursday.

Folie Douce Meribel

Catered Chalets in Les Arcs

If you’d like to head out to Les Arcs this season and looking for catered chalet accommodation, then please contact our team of experts.

We can give you independent advice and help you find the right chalet for you and your group.

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