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The sweeping view from the area’s panoramic terraces

Places where you can stop for a picnic, stroll in the sunshine or enjoy the fresh air at altitude...

A change of scenery and taking it all in during your stay in the mountains is invigorating! The area is overflowing with magical spots which are worth a detour. Breath-taking views, striking colours, nature as far as the eye can see … What a programme!

 

The Carreley Viewpoint (2380m)

The comfortable panoramic terrace at the Carreley Viewpoint is the ideal place for a reflective break and to enjoy the uninterrupted view of Mont Blanc and the surrounding peaks. All age groups will enjoy the reclining loungers and the swing. And to preserve this visit to the summit for posterity, there’s nothing like a photograph with the giant letters LES ARCS against a backdrop of Alpine peaks as far as the eye can see.

To get there, start from the Cachette chairlift in Arc 1600 taking a marked footpath towards the Col des Frettes.

The Varet panoramic terrace (2730m)

The highest panoramic terrace in the area is at an altitude of more than 2700m, at the top of the Varet telecabin. Visitors can enjoy an uninterrupted view over the surrounding Alpine summits for an experience that will immerse you in the great outdoors. You’re sure to be smitten!

The Belvédère de Comborcière (2310m)

On the Arc 2000 slope is a picnic area where you can admire the panoramic view and enjoy the moment. You should make a detour round the circuit through the Malgovert Arolle pine forest. Visitors will be able to learn more about the surrounding peaks thanks to an orientation table.

To get there, start from the Cachette chairlift in Arc 1600 taking a marked footpath which makes a circuit through the Malgovert Arolle pine forest.