Paradiski has 425 kilometres, 260 pistes, an altitude of 3250 metres but it also has 7 Wonders which you mustn’t miss during your stay.
The 7 Wonders of Paradiski combine to perfection exceptional views and unique snow-riding pleasure for your enjoyment.
If you’re mad about splendour, go to the top of the Aiguille Rouge. Perched at an altitude of more than 3000 metres, the Aiguille Rouge is the highest point in the resort’s ski area and offers skiers a legendary non-stop run of 7 kilometres as well as a 360° view that will take your breath away.
Right at the heart of les Arcs, the Arpette Summit is the ideal place to take the time to draw breath or even to organise a picnic with family or friends. An orientation table and binoculars are there for you to use to admire the mountains that surround you.
Selfie lovers, this is the moment to get out your smartphone. From the Col de Chal, you will have the opportunity to take photos with such stunning backdrops as Mont Blanc, the north face of the Bellecôte and enjoy a dizzying view over the Arc Valley.
To enjoy fresh snow, climb to the Peisey Summit. At the heart of the ski area, beginners and intermediate skiers will be able to sparkle and swoop down the wide pistes in the forest overlooking the resort.
To reach the summit of the Grande Rochette, you need to take the Funiplagne. Considered as one of the finest lifts in the la Plagne ski area, the Funiplagne offers you an astonishing 360° panorama.
Situated at an altitude of 3250 metres, the Bellecôte Glacier guarantees you an acrobatic spectacle. Speed and thrill fans won’t be disappointed by this high spot or by the ski area located in the high mountains…
If you want to ski close to the flora and fauna to be found in the mountains, the Summit of le Fornelet is the ideal place for you. This Wonder serves numerous pistes through the forest.