Ski Beat have 11 chalets in Plan Peisey, Les Arcs, sleeping from 8 to 15 guests: all are en-suite, and all close to the lifts and pistes - they all provide a great base for a ski chalet holiday exploring the combined les Arcs and la Plagne ski area. For guests staying in any of our Les Arcs Chalets, if you pre-book your equipment hire via Ski Beat, you will benefit from our in-chalet fitting service. To view 2012/13 chalet holiday prices across the season click the chalet links below, alternatively please use our live availability booking tool, which will calculate all group and child discounts for your group ski holiday.
Les Arcs and Plan Peisey are great ski holiday destinations: Plan Peisey is the departure point of the Vanoise Express that links the ski areas of Les Arcs and la Plagne. Les Arcs, based on the sunny west facing slopes above Bourg St Maurice, has a huge and varied ski area with something to offer all levels of skier and snowboarder. In addition to the link with la Plagne there have been many new ski lifts installed in the les Arc 2000 ski area. Les Arcs is a high altitude ski resort offering superb skiing from the trees of Plan Peisey and Villaroger to the summit of the Aiguille Rouge with its breath-taking views over the surrounding French, Italian and Swiss Alps.
Les Arcs has an excellent snow record, there are also plenty of snow making machines to ensure that ski access is maintained to the villages of les Arcs and Plan Peisey.
Access to the Les Arcs ski area from Plan Peisey is via a high-speed 6-seater ski lift. At the top of this chairlift there is a blue ski run to les Arc 1800 from where the TransArc cable car provides access to the les Arc 2000 ski area. Skiing home to Plan Peisey from other parts of Les Arcs: there is a choice of easy green, blue or red pistes. Alternatively there is a black run if those ski legs are not too tired at the end of the day. There is a network of snowmaking machines ensuring good ski access to Plan Peisey throughout the season.
For a detailed review of each ski run see our les Arcs piste guide. Snowboarders in les Arcs have the benefit of a large snowpark and half pipes above les Arcs 1800.
Plan Peisey and Peisey Vallandry offer limited nightlife although Plan Peisey does have a number of bars and restaurants to choose from whilst Vallandry, about 10 minutes walk away, offers further choice. After the ski slopes close each evening there is no access to the other villages of les Arcs.
Ski Beat offers childcare for children from 3 months to 4 years in our crèche, or afternoon care from 4-7 years.
Resort Height: 1600m
Ski Range: 1200-3200m
Marked Piste: 200km (425km Paradiski)
No. of Lifts: 54
No. of Lifts in Ski Range: 156 (Paradiski)
There is the Glacier de Bellecote in La Plagne which is part of the Paradiski area
Peisey and Les Arcs is a great area for snowboarders with several snowparks and boardercross
Plan Peisey and nearby Vallandry have a small selection of bars and restaurants offering local specialities and evening entertainment. It is not possible to get to the other parts of Les Arcs on foot.
Grenoble to Plan Peisey, Les Arcs - 3 hrs 45 mins
Aime to Plan Peisey, Les Arcs - 30 mins