ERNA LOW ARC 1950 SKI HOLIDAYS: Erna Low is one of the UK’s oldest and most experienced ski holiday specialists; providing accommodation and holidays to the best ski resorts around the world, including Les Arcs.
CHALET RICHERMOZ: 20 person catered chalet in Peisey Nancroix
SNO: Chalets hotels & cheap ski deals in the world’s top 200 resorts
PVR RENTALS: Self catered and catered ski chalets in the Les Arcs area.
NEWGEN: New Generation Ski School based in Les Arcs
SKI SET: Ski set hire Les Arcs 1800
Les Arcs transfers
Geneva airport is probably our most popular airport to go to Les Arcs, travel time is around two and a half hours, departing resort for a flight would be around 5 hours before your flight time. (subject to road conditions) Lyon and Grenoble are also around two and a half hours drive and Chambery airport is the closest with a one and a half hour transfer time.
To book an airport transfer from Geneva to Les Arcs or any other of the airports mentioned simply use the quick quote form on the right of the page, get your competitive quote and request a transfer. Our office will send you a link to make a secure on line card payment and you are all booked in.
Our system will send you a confirmation and a reminder SMS and Email the day before you travel giving you the drivers contact number and our Alps office is available 24/7 during the winter months.
Mountain Rescue offers airport transfers to Les Arcs and the surrounding area. Les Arcs is made up of five main areas situated at different altitudes, Bourg Saint Maurice is the main town at the foot of the ski area from here you can use the Funicular to access Arc 1600.
1600 enjoys good access to the slopes and has many self catered options nestled in the tree line. 1800 is slightly bigger with more après ski and a good shopping area. 1950 is the newest and has a self contained feel with many fine restaurants and bars. Finally is Arc 2000, actually situated at 2100 meters at the top of the mountain with amazing access to the top slopes and snow sure skiing of the highest quality.
With a high percentage of runs being situated above 2000 meters and the highest point being the Aiguille Rouge with an elevation of 3,227 meters above sea level snow sure skiing is sure to be on the cards. Get to the top of the Aiguille Rouge on a clear day and you can spot the top of Mont Blanc.
What we like
- Great tree runs down through Les Arcs 1600
- Shopping areas in Les Arcs 1800
- Busy bars and restaurants of 1950
- Snow park just up from 1600
- Lots of challenging skiing
- Wide, open runs for intermediates
- Views of Mont Blanc
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