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Les Arcs is revolutionising the lift pass with an exclusive product designed for enjoying the après-ski just as much as the slopes.
Make way for the Passes: KEYS to discovering all the treasures of les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry.
A range of 3 Passes; key to making the holiday a success.
LES ARCS TAKES CARE OF EVERYTHING
Thanks to the exclusive services that come with the Essential or PremiumPass you will enjoy the ski area like never before.
No more waiting to get out on the slopes, with the pass in your pocket you will benefit from a free ½ day to get your ski legs back before exploring Paradiski’s 425 km of pistes.
Dedicated fast lanes at the lifts will allow you to be on the slopes for longer.
Reaching the iconic summit of the Aiguille Rouge at an altitude of 3 226m has never been so easy thanks to a personalised reception and direct access to the peaks.
HIDDEN TREASURES TO DISCOVER BY BOTH DAY AND NIGHT
Les Arcs takes care of everything, because we are committed to keeping you happy whatever your level or thirst for skiing. The Passes offer a different experience to traditional skiing with a range of surprising activities both in the resort and on the ski area.
The magic starts to work first thing in the morning with First Tracks, make the first marks on freshly groomed sparkling pistes. Amongst the slopes, hidden at the heart of the ski area, chance upon the ice cave for a magical moment. No matter whether it’s day or night, you can challenge their friends to a whizz down the toboggan run.
For a fun moment with friends or family you can choose from a huge range of activities in resort such as bowling, spas, the cinema and the swimming pool. With ski joëring or snowshoe outings a walk in the forest with a horse or on foot can be an opportunity to completelydisconnect.
Finally, surprise the little ones, with a chance to drive a mini skidoo for the first time.
Use the Passes to make a winter trip more than just a ski holiday!
CLASSIC PASS: SIMPLY SKIING
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