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slope length km
  blue runs 170km
  red runs 166km
  black runs 89km
  slopes total 425km


cross country trails length
  cross country trails length 153km


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Snow report Paradiski

Ski holidays in Paradiski

The vast resort of Paradiski is situated at the heart of the French Alps. Since December 2003, this area connects the ski resorts of Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey Vallandry. With almost 10,000 beds, 2 glaciers, 3 peaks above 3,000 meters and several descents of about 2,000 meters, it is not difficult to understand why the area is called Paradiski. A true Mecca for the demanding ski fanatic, the three combined resorts consist of several separate ski resorts; Les Arcs consists of Arc Pierre Blanche - Arc 1600, Arc 1800, Arc 1950 and Arc 2000. La Plagne is divided into Belle Plagne, Aime la Plagne Soleil and Plagne. The villages of the regions of Champagny-Vanoise and Montchavin - Les Coches are much less touristic and attract people in search for relaxation and long walks through the natural parks in the area.

Slope information Paradiski - Paradiski

Paradiski offers slopes for everyone from novice skiers to the almost-pro. In Paradiski you can ski on other ski slopes each day. The Vanoise Express lift connects the slopes and it is the only one of its kind and one of the fastest and largest gondolas in the world. (The Vanoise Express makes it possible to carry 2000 people per hour!) The slopes at Peisey Vallandry are best suited for beginners. The slopes around the Col des Frettes and Col du Grand Retard are fun for different ability levels. The advanced find the slopes around the Aiguille Rouge in 2000 and around the Arc Villaroger challenging.
ski resort Paradiski Paradiski route description Paradiski route description
Aime la Plagne Aime la Plagne Arc 1800 Arc 1800 Arc 1950 Arc 1950
Arc 2000 Arc 2000 Arc Pierre Blanche - Arc 1600 Arc Pierre Blanche - Arc 1600 Belle Plagne Belle Plagne
Champagny en Vanoise Champagny en Vanoise La Plagne La Plagne Les Arcs Les Arcs
Montchavin - Les Coches Montchavin - Les Coches Peisey Vallandry Peisey Vallandry Plagne Soleil Plagne Soleil

Snowboarding Paradiski

For snowboarders, Paradiski area offers a tremendous amount of facilities:a half pipe and the so-called 7-3 in La Plagne (an almost American like snow park that is unprecedented across France with a variety of modules spread over a 900 meter-long freestyle run) or the enormous Apocalypse Snow park in Les Arcs. (An equally large snow park with green, red and black (!) descents along a variety of modules)

Skischools Paradiski

Each of the more than 20 villages within the ski resort, and also in each section, offers several ski schools.

Score (167 votes)

General impression
8.3
Suited for beginners
8.2
For expert skiers
9.0
For snowboarding
8.3
Suited for families
8.4
Apres ski
7.9



Piste map Paradiski

ski holidays Paradiski