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Saturday 19 September updated on 09-19-2020 at 8:06

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Set out to explore the ski area through our little snow-riding programmes!

These programmes can be your guide  advising you how to enjoy the best of the slopes. They can be adapted to suit the weather and everyone’s wishes. 

Destination freestyle and Aiguille Rouge

Today, there are some new thrills on the agenda!

From Arc 1800, take the Vagère chairlift and go left at the top, heading for the red Carreley piste to the Arpette chairlift. Another fabulous view point at the Col d’Arpette at an altitude of 2413m, over the Aiguille Rouge, Aiguille Grive, Mont-Pourri and Mont-Blanc of course. Take the black Fond Blanc piste to the Snowpark! Something for all abilities between the 3 pistes on offer, the 4 lines of kickers  boxes and a shred line for the experts.

After taking air a few times in the snowpark, set off again and attack the slopes taking the Clocheret chairlift. The second black run of the day (as you’re a pro now), lead the way to the Muguet piste then the Comborcière in the forest.

If this whole adventure has made you want to go higher, go to the Aiguille Rouge! Dash (but gently) to the Pré Saint Esprit chairlift and then make the most of the Vallée de l’arc piste towards the Varet telecabins. At the top, you haven’t finished climbing! Get on the famous red Aiguille Rouge cable car to reach the top of the world. OK, it isn’t the highest, but you have to admit that the view from the top is still impressive. Negotiate your way along the walkways above the peaks. Stay as long as  you like and enjoy…

If you’ve got a good lungful of clean air, swoop down the red Aiguille Rouge piste then Arandelières. Carry on skiing down all the way to the Arcabulle chairlift via the Vallée de l’arc piste. Make a last stop at the Col de la Chal panorama point and before going back down to Arc 1800, why not make a little detour by the boardercross?

The extras for a day’s skiing? A little trip to the waterslide from mid-March!

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