Arc 2000 ski school
Arc 2000 ski lessons
The Arc 2000 bowl has great lesson terrain with fast lift access to all of Les Arcs. As it has the highest altitude of the Les Arcs resorts, Arc 2000 often has the best snow conditions but can also be the most exposed in the stormiest of conditions.
Beginners have instant access to the beginner areas , protected from other skiers. Once they join the main runs of Arc 2000 they have access to some of the longest and widest blue slopes of Les Arcs. The choice of blue runs is huge with some long descents for all to enjoy, served by modern fast lifts.
Intermediates skiers staying in Arc 2000 who enjoy long red runs directly accessed from Arc 2000 allows access to any of the other Les Arc resorts with the use of only one lift.
Advanced ski lessons in Arc 2000 have access to some of the best lift served off piste skiing in the Alps. can utilise the instant access to the Varet bubble and Aiguille Rouge cable car. This provides fast turnaround of steep piste, or off piste terrain and long flowing runs for developing carving skills.
Les Arc 2000 is the highest altitude Les Arcs resort and is particularly popular with visitors at the beginning and end of the season. Slope side catered-chalet style accommodation is available as well as self-catered apartments.
Early and late booking deals can often be found in Arc 2000 at excellent prices.
Arc 2000 offers incredible high altitude skiing.
Beginners can enjoy a ski in / ski out experience whilst the most advanced skiers will be blown away by the off-piste and steep skiing options.
Arc 2000 is perched at the bottom of a natural bowl which provides a beautiful backdrop to the skiing. In the other direction, Arc 2000 looks across the Alps with a fantastic view of Mont Blanc.
Arc 2000 offers a unique combination of convenience, choice of accommodation as well as superb skiing.
Arc 2000 Frequently Asked Questions
Our Arc 2000 ski school meeting point is beside the ski racks of the Au Schuss restaurant. This is located on the Arc 2000 snowfront, called Place Olympique.
The St Jacques lift serves the dedicated beginner slopes such as the BAS KL run. This is the most gentle beginner run available in Arc 2000 and can be accessed for free on Saturdays.
Total beginners will not need a lift pass initially. There are two free magic carpet lifts in Arc 2000 which are free to use. There is also a rechargeable pay as you go lift pass also available for 5 euro's per uplift for use on the St Jacques chairlift. It is only necessary to buy a full lift pass once ready to ski outside of the beginner areas.
There are several good restaurants in Arc 2000 depending on your budget and taste. Your AIM Snowsports instructors will be able to advise you accordingly. Here are a few of our favourites in ascending budget
Au Schuss restaurant is located next to our meeting point and has a wide ranging menu along with a snack bar as well. Great for families and big groups eating out every day..
Le Savoy restaurant is located at the entrance to the slopes from Arc 2000. Good for more intimate meals and lazy lunches.
Chalet de l'Arc is situated on the slopes of Arc 2000 and has it's own on-site bakery producing it's unique dishes amongst a varied menu. Chalet de L'Arc has a wonderful ambiance and the in-house bakery is excellent!
Whistlers bar which is situated beside the chalet style accommodation in Arc 2000. They have a pool table and live bands during the week and serve excellent pizzas and snacks.
The Taj-I-Mah 5* hotel offers a more refined apres ski experience with live performerances.
What is there to do for non-skiers or on a bad weather day in Arc 2000?
Arc 2000 has a bowling alley and most of the chalet style accommodations have swimming pools. There is also a dedicated kids sledging area. The igloo village is a 20 minute walk from Arc 2000.