At the top of Les Arcs ski resort is area Arc 2000. Contrary to its name, it is actually situated at 2,100 metres. It has direct access to Aiguille Rouge, which peaks at 3,226 metres. From the top, you can take in a 360 degree view of the French Alps. Arc 2000 offer all the essentials for a ski holiday during the winter and mountain exploration during the summer.
The resort is part of Paradiski, the second-largest linked ski domaine in the world.
Of Paradiski’s 4 areas, Arc 2000 is considered the best for beginners.
Paradiski has 36 black, 66 red, 120 blue, and 10 green runs. Many of the blue runs are in Arc 2000. Cable car or gondola can be used to get to the other ski areas.
The highest point of Arc 2000 is the peak of Aiguille Rogue at 3,226 metres. The mountain offers terrain for advanced skiers as well.
Catch one of the European films with daily showings at the cinema.
Take the family out for a game night at Bowling, Arc 2000.
Pair up with an ESF mountain guide for off-piste, guided tours, ski lessons, and other outdoor activities.
During the summer enjoy swimming, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, golfing, and more.
Red Rock Café Restaurant and Bar – this pub is open from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They’re known for hearty meat dishes and Savoyard dishes.
Chalets de l’Arc – enjoy French cuisine while enjoying a marvelous view of the mountains at this rustic, wood and stone restaurant
Le Savoy – a popular restaurant serving traditional Savoyard dishes. The upscale environment and quality food make this a good option for birthdays, anniversaries, and celebrations.
Bulle Café Restaurant – directly on the mountain and specializing in seafood, this is a great spot for a ski break