Paradiski covers an extensive ski area incorporating La Plagne and Les Arcs. The contrast between pretty tree-lined runs and high altitude glaciers is what makes this area particularly attractive, as well as the area offering a fantastic choice of slopes for all abilities. Access between these two resorts is made easy by an express gondola allowing visitors to reach the neighbouring resort within just a few minutes. The result is a wide array of pistes to choose from, plus plenty of activities right on the doorstep.
Both Les Arcs and La Plagne are situated over different levels and this attracts families and beginners who can enjoy some gentle slopes near the villages while the more adventurous skiers can head up to the glaciers. Les Arcs can be divided into five separate resorts at different levels and access between these altitudes is quick and easy.
The traditional village of Vallandry is at the lowest level and has a distinctly French feel, whilst Arc 1800 and Arc 1600 are the most central areas with an extensive range of bars and restaurants. Arc 1950 is a purpose-built resort and Arc 2000 sits at the highest altitude. Similarly to Les Arcs, La Plagne is also set over different levels. The main area is Plagne Central with a good range of amenities. Families tend to choose Plagne 1800 due to a good range of childcare facilities. Above 1800 there are three further villages offering ski in- ski out access.