The Paradiski Resort

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Our chalets in Paradiski are in great spots for snow-sure alpine ski holidays. The Paradiski resort rises to over 3400m, 70% of the ski domain is over 2000m and there are 425 kms of lift-connected slopes suitable for all levels – including beautiful forest runs, several nursery areas, snowboard parks, and two glaciers. It encompasses the ski areas of Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne, large ski resorts in their own right.

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La Plagne

La Plagne’s range of slopes (around 220km of pistes) and extensive lift system are among the best in the Alps, however it has never really achieved the cult status of some resorts. As a result, it is quite reasonably priced and attracts those who are more independently-minded.

On the Montchavin Les Coches side there are tree-lined red and blue runs, a good nursery area and some excellent mountain restaurants. The Plagne Montalbert side is very similar, but quieter and a bit smaller – although you can get across on the lifts into the main La Plagne ski area faster than from Montchavin. Expert skiers and boarders will enjoy the vast off-piste snow fields and steep gullies, as well as the challenges offered by the Bellecote glacier.

La Plagne

Peisey-Vallandry & Les Arcs

Peisey-Vallandry’s lift system is integrated into the Les Arcs ski area, although the two are often marketed separately. There’s fantastic snow, ancient farming hamlets, sheltered tree-lined runs and excellent skiing for beginners and intermediates. There are lovely piste-side restaurants and bars too if you fancy taking it easy for a spell.

As a resort, Peisey-Vallandry has the charm of small alpine resorts like Les Gets or Megeve, but with higher, snow sure slopes and lots of easily accessible lift-linked runs. This means, unlike Chamonix for example, once you’re out, you don’t need to catch a bus to go from one slope to another. You also have easy access across to the rest of Les Arcs, one of the top snow boarding venues in Europe thanks to its superb board park, permanent half pipe and long, wide runs. For skiers, Les Arcs has lots of challenging black runs, wide and fast reds, gentle blues and some great off-piste.

Peisey-Vallandry & Les Arcs

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