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Les Arcsスキー リゾート ガイド
- X-国:15 km
Created in1968 with the inspiration of integrating new architecture perfectly into the landscape, Les Arcs, a ski in-ski out resort, never ceases to accomplish both sportive and touristic challenges. Composed of 4 pedestrian sites in altitude and by one burg, all interconnected, Les Arcs meets to each expectation. Les Arcs is constantly evolving in innovation and ambition and is thus one of the favourite hangouts for mountain enthusiasts. A French exclusivity with direct links by high-speed train from Paris, London, Brussels and Amsterdam, Bourg Saint Maurice allows you to directly reach the ski resort in 7 min thanks to its funicular train. The origin of the «spirit of Les Arcs» is at Arc 1600 m, admire this architectural laboratory. Arc 1800, is also the ideal spot for party goers at night. Looking for luxury and charm Arc 1950 ensures a picturesque holiday with friends or family. Get up to the summit of Arc 2000 to access and tear down L’Aiguille Rouge (3226m), one of Europe’s longest slopes (7 km) to Villaroger without having to take a single lift.
- 発行:22 Feb
- 前回の降雪:21 February 2018
- ゲレンデ外:Best up high
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From a 45yr old experienced skier with 2 young daughters:
Les Arcs is a fabulous, family find. Having skied all over, I can't think of a better established European resort for all the gang to enjoy. It's 'ski in - ski out' (truly!) It's high so during those warmer, Easter holidays it invariably has snow. It's well linked with a variety of intermediate runs, along with snow-parks and a ski/snowboard-cross course. Oh, and Euros are cheap right now, so France is a winner over Switzerland for all but the least cost conscious by a long way. Ok, there is minimal nightlife compared to other European resorts and truly challenging terrain is limited, but those are relatively unimportant for a family trip. What you do get is plenty for adults and kids to enjoy together, until maybe your kids start outstripping you which happens all too quickly.