This year, take advantage of an extended alpine skiing season in the Arêches-Beaufort ski area from December 17, 2022 to April 14, 2022.
50 km of slopes
A privileged snow cover
Fitted ski cross and freestyle areas
The Arêches-Beaufort ski area takes you to a white paradise: 100 hectares, 1300 meters of vertical drop, 50 kilometers of slopes spread over 29 downhill ski slopes, in a preserved natural setting. Its geographical location (between 1 meters and 080 meters above sea level), and its proximity to Mont-Blanc, gives it one of the most generous snow cover in the entire Alpine massif for maximum pleasure! There, you can enjoy all kinds of snow sports in the mountain pastures, through forests, in the middle of typical Beaufortain chalets, or even on the mythical peaks of the resort.
new wood gondola: easy connection between the planay and the cuvy plateau
Arêches-Beaufort has 2 connected sectors: Grand-Mont and Planay, which offer very different slopes profiles to meet the needs and desires of all types of skiers. From beginners to advanced, through the contemplative, the sportsman, the ski mountaineering enthusiast or the skicross enthusiast, there is something for all tastes, and all ages.
Skiing, from an early age
The Arêches-Beaufort ski area has two beginners' areas, one at the Cuvy plateau and one at Planay.
- At Cuvy (1710m), 2 blue runs, a green run and a fun area allow beginners to make their first tracks in complete safety and with a breathtaking view of the Mon-Blanc massif. The space also offers deckchairs, giant cushions and picnic tables.
- At Planay, the Espace Fripons brings together a bobsled track and a green track around a covered conveyor belt. The Planay snow front also offers a green slope, a blue slope, a KidCross and a MiniPark to learn freestyle or skicross.
Bovoland, the ski cross experience
The Bovoland, created in the Grand-Mont sector in honor of Arnaud Bovolenta, renowned ambassador of the resort, brings together 4 spaces dedicated to the discovery and practice of skicross, an extraordinary discipline highlighted by the triple French victory at the 2014 Olympics: Jean-Frédéric Chapuis, Arnaud Bovolenta and Jonathan Midol.