Ski rental at Arcs - Your Freeride Destination

Nestled in Haute-Tarentaise in Savoie, the Arcs station is the paradise of freeride skiing. Founded in 1968 thanks to the meeting between Robert Blanc, mountain passionate, and Roger Godino, a polytechnician from La Vallée, this destination is easily accessible in funicular from Bourg-Saint-Maurice. The arcs bring together several villages that will fill all your desires for sliding and adventure. Between tradition and modernism, the station offers a unique architecture, testifying to the passion for the mountain and the outdoor.

An exceptional playground for freeride lovers

Whether you are a seasoned skier looking for adrenaline or a thrill of thrills in search of new challenges, the arcs offer you a limit playground to practice freeride. The virgin slopes, the off-pistes and the wild routes promise you thrilling and unforgettable descents. With more than 70% of the slopes located more than 2000 meters above sea level, the snow cover is exceptional throughout the season, guaranteeing optimal conditions for freeride.

Arc 1600 - Harmony with nature

Arc 1600 is a station that blends harmoniously into the surrounding nature. Its environmentally friendly architecture and bold constructions have earned the station to be recognized as "20th century heritage" in 2006. Nestled at altitude, Arc 1600 immerses you in a serene and mountain universe, where you can enjoy landscapes grandiose while hitting the snowy slopes.

Arc 1800 - The architectural audacity

Arc 1800 is distinguished by its avant-garde architecture imagined by designer Charlotte Perriand. The buildings offer a privileged view of the mountain while integrating perfectly into the natural environment. This dynamic station offers a multitude of activities throughout the year, and you can find your Arc 1800 ski rental with our many stores on the station.

Arc 1950 - The mountain charm

arc 1950 is a true haven of peace nestled in the heart of nature. This Savoyard village offers an exceptional view of Mont-Blanc and transports you to an authentic and preserved atmosphere. Built almost 15 years ago, this village station perfectly combines the charm of modern life and the authenticity of the mountain. Let yourself be seduced by its unique atmosphere.

Arc 2000 - Adrenaline to its climax

Arc 2000, located at the foot of the Massif de l'Aiguille Rouge, is a real paradise for high mountain lovers. In a wild and preserved environment, you will enjoy an absolute calm and a warm conviviality. Whether you are a experienced skier or a beginner in search of thrills, you will be filled by the varied tracks and the breathtaking panoramas. With all shops nearby, you will experience unforgettable moments at altitude.

Paradiski: The Arcs ski area

The Paradiski ski area is a real gem for ski enthusiasts. With its 425 km of tracks, it offers an infinite variety of routes adapted to all ski levels. You can explore the arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne, and amaze yourself in front of the environmental richness of this exceptional area. Whether you are a follower of alpine skiing, freeride or ski touring, Paradiski has unique sensations and breathtaking landscapes.

Activities for all tastes

Apart from the slopes, the Arcs station offers a multitude of activities to enhance your stay. Take advantage of the tracks of the Arcs snowpark and defy the modules and rails to show your freestyle talents. Forter lovers will be filled with the toboggan 1800, its passages in the forest, or the 2000 luge, with its 3 km of lifted turns, obstacles and sliding. Dare the Waterslide located on the Arc 1600 snowpark: start on a 30-meter slope and cross the swimming pool, avoiding falling into the water! For a unique experience, discover the sled dog walks and dive into the heart of snowy nature. Nordic ski lovers will be able to enjoy 3 cross-country ski loops accessible from Peisey-Vallandry. And for ski touring followers, marked and secure routes are available on the field.

Access to the arcs

To reach the Arcs station, you can take the funicular from Bourg-Saint-Maurice, located just 7 minutes from the SNCF station. If you prefer to travel by car, the A43 motorway will take you to Albertville, then you just have to follow the RN 90 to Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Many buses also affect the airports of Chambéry, Lyon-Saint-Exupéry, Grenoble and Geneva to the Haute-Tarentaise stations.