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Winter in Vallandry

Paradiski covers the spectacular resorts of Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne in the French Alps. Across the three resorts you will find over 230 pistes covering 425km, 160+ lifts, two glaciers and five snowparks. There are 152 beginner runs (green/blue), 79 intermediate (red) and 22 expert (black) - something for everyone!
Peisey-Vallandry is a winter sports resort and ski area of the Tarentaise Valley, made up of Plan Peisey (1650 metres) and Vallandry (1600 metres). Skiers can reach the ski area of Les Arcs, and also that of La Plagne with the help of the remarkable Vanoise Express cable car.
Located on the south-western slopes of Les Arcs Massif, you will ski among larches and spruce trees, under the sun and protected from the winds. You will discover a magnificent landscape, with panoramic views of Mont Blanc. Peisey-Vallandry offers the best quality snow and high-performance ski lifts, making this a dream holiday for those lovers of snow.

Here is some practical information to help you when you reach the resort:

Ski Lift

Lift Passes

Lift passes can be bought on arrival at the forfait office, close to the Vallandry chairlift, or online. The lift pass is electronic, and so may remain in your pocket all holiday – with no fears of losing it, or getting cold fingers, constantly getting it out!
There is a wide variety of lift passes, depending on your ability, where, and how much you want to ski. Please go here for more details.


Ski School

The local Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) Ski School meets at the Vallandry chairlift, and can be booked on arrival at the forfait office or prebooked online. The flocons (children's beginner group, open to age 4 and over) can be watched from the balcony!

An excellent alternative for group or individual lessons is the British company Ski New Generation.