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Les Arcs covers a large area with two main towns 1800 & 2,000. Each has it’s own identity and appeals to a different clientele. The highest of these, 2,000 is perfectly located for picturesque views and easier runs for beginners or families.Book Now
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Les Arcs covers a large area with two main towns 1800 & 2,000. Each has it’s own identity and appeals to a different clientele. The highest of these, 2,000 is perfectly located for picturesque views and easier runs for beginners or families.
1,800 the central hub of Les Arcs has a number of bars and restaurants which make it the more popular with a younger crowd looking to party.
With tree runs and a challenging mogul field, there is plenty in the local area to keep you busy for the first few days while you get used to your surroundings. Once you are feeling more confident, take on the black run from Aiguille Rouge which covers 17km and a vertical drop of over 2km.
Mamie crepe is located in Arc 1800 and is within walking distance of the four main lift. Specializing in delicious crepes, both sweet and savory but also offering other traditional French cuisine and of course you can get a fondue there.
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Grab some street food from this awesome restaurant. Great value, tasty food and a generous portion sizes make this a great option while you burn off a lot of energy on the slopes in Les Arcs. Try the chicken burger or the crepes, the baked goods are also something special.
L’Arpette bar and restaurant is a great place to start your après off. Located on the slopes, near the snow park and Arpette lifts it’s a blue run away from both Arc 1600 and 1800 it’s a restaurant
during the day but come 3pm happy hour kicks off, the DJ begins playing tunes and the terrace becomes an open air dancefloor.
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