Monday 13 July updated on 07-13-2020 at 8:06
Large sunny periods. Early in the afternoon winds becoming moderate southerly in Tarentaise and Vanoise ; decreasing later. Elsewhere...
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In summer, you can get as much enjoyment from the mountains in a few days as you can in several weeks.
If you’re coming to explore les Arcs over a short stay, here’s our little programme so you don’t miss anything and can enjoy the full mountain experience.
On the first day, what could be better than learning a little more about a savoir-faire that is very much part of our culture: cheese!
Head up into the Arc Alpine meadows to meet Delphin, a man who loves nature, his animals and his work. He’ll tell you about his daily routine consisting of milking, making and maturing tomme. The programme includes cheese tasting and a look round the maturing cave.
For further details : https://www.lesarcs.com/blog/visite-dalpage.html
Once you’ve reached the peaks, why not consider a gentle ride back down with the Tarentaise Valley as a backdrop. You can discover or rediscover this activity which is accessible to everyone and which will guarantee you a unique experience with some big thrills.
Remember to book your flight with one of our providers: https://www.lesarcs.com/activites-sportives-ete/parapente.html
It’s time for a bit more activity. Let’s get this show on the road, Guys!
For families and those new to walking, we suggest a number of walks that will help you discover the mountains. A total of more than 200km of paths for all abilities from a 30-minute stroll to a 5-hour hike.
Our top 5 easy walks in les Arcs: https://www.lesarcs.com/blog/randonnees-faciles-aux-arcs.html
After the effort comes the reward !
For those who are pastry cooks at heart, it’s time to get pastry on your hands and make a bilberry tart.
You’ll find our recipe just here https://www.lesarcs.com/blog/tarte-aux-myrtilles.html
Those with a little less patience can find good bilberry tarts in all the bakeries in les Arcs and Bourg-Saint-Maurice.
PS: The best are to be found in the pâtisserie les 3G Boulangerie in Bourg-Saint-Maurice.