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Saturday 21 April, 8 days, 6 persons incl. lift pass, Self catering

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Résidence Le Coeur d'Or

At the foot of the mighty Alps lies the village of Bourg-Saint-Maurice. In this resort you will find the modern Residence Le Coeur d'Or. The residence is located at the crossroads of several major ski resorts in the area. The lift Arc-en-Ciel is within walking distance and it takes you 10 minutes to get to Arc 1600, from where you can continue up to the snowy peaks of the vast Paradiski.

The apartments are spacious, comfortable and include a fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom, TV and balcony. After a day outdoors you can withdraw into the spa area of the residence. Immerse yourself in the sauna, steam room or swim in the pool. Your ski equipment can be left in the ski lockers, so you do not have to drag your heavy equipment up to your room.

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Location and surroundings

  • Distance to centre: approx. 15 kilometres
  • Distance to Airport: Geneve airport (switzerland) approx. 188 kilometres
  • Distance to train station approx. 500 metres
  • Distance to ski piste approx. 15 kilometres

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  • Bread ordering service
  • Spa facilities
  • Modern residence
  • Walking distance to ski lift

Facilities

  • Reception (open from till o'clock)
  • Elevator
  • Bread delivery service
  • Parking

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Lift pass

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Board type

Self catering

The ski area Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry is in Paradiski

Height

3226m
1200m

Slopes

30km

62km

100km

8km

Lifts

Funiculars 0
Cabine 1
Gondola 3
Chairlifts 30
Tow lifts 16

Glacier

None

Cross-country

43km

Funpark

2

The villages of Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry together form a ski resort which is part of the great Paradiski area. Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry has a total of 106 pistes in a 200km area.

Skiing in Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry

The side of Les Arcs is know for being quite busy with a lot going on, however the side of Peisey-Vallandry is know for being more peaceful and quiet for skiers/snowboarders. Usually there are little to no queues for the ski lifts in this area. For beginners the lower part of Arc 1600 and 1800 are great areas to practice and learn the basics. For the more advanced skiers the Aiguille Rouge slope on the mountain of the same name is a must do. It is perhaps the most difficult slope within the whole of the Paradiski area. As most of the slopes in the area are above 1800m, it is very snow sure.

Snowpark Mille8

In the heart of Les Arcs 1800, the new snowpark Mille8 has opened its doors. The snowpark is nestled in a beautiful area in the Paradiski ski area. At the park you will find an exciting toboggan run, forest theme trail and a freestyle trail with various obstacles.

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The ski area: Paradiski

Height

3250m
1200m

Slopes

89km

166km

162km

8km

Lifts

Funiculars 1
Cabine 4
Gondola 12
Chairlifts 66
Tow lifts 58

Glacier

2

Cross-country

153km

Funpark

None

The great, diverse ski area of Paradiski boasts a total of 425 km (264 ml) of pistes. It is made up by the resorts of Les Arcs, Vallandry, La Plagne and Champagny en Vanoise. Since December 2008, the Vanoise Express has connected these areas to each other. This cable lift has a length of 2 km (1.2 ml) and can take 200 people from one side to the other in 4 minutes.

Skiing in Paradiski

This is a vast area where you can ski or board a big range of altitudes (1250 -3250 m) Paradiski is a great option for both beginner and advanced skiers and snowboarders.

For snowboarding enthusiasts there are four snow parks, and four boarder cross descents. For the true competitors there is also a weekly boarder cross competition! There are plenty of options for the cross country skiing in Paradiski too, with approximately 150km of cross country skiing tracks spread throughout the area.

With two mountain peaks soaring above the 300m mark, there is a fantastic snow record here. Aside from the many kilometers of pistes, there is also plenty to do and see in the resorts themselves. Les Arcs and La Plagne are typically more popular for younger crowds, whilst Vallandry is considerably more peaceful and suited for families.

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