A wedding like no other

In 2003, an epic chapter was written in the history of the French Alps: Paradiski was born. A unique link between the resorts of Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne, this unique ski area is emerging as one of the world's largest ski areas. Nestled in the heart of the Vanoise massifs, it unveils a network of interconnected runs stretching over 425 kilometers, 70% of which rise above 2,000 meters in altitude.

The Paradiski adventure began with the inauguration of the Vanoise Express, an exceptional cable car linking the peaks and unveiling a world of the unexpected. This audacity became the guiding principle, stimulating the energy of all those involved in Paradiski to offer surprising and unforgettable encounters. Since then, these values have guided the steps of Paradiski's players and ambassadors, fueling their actions and ambitions: to offer experiences that hybridize people, generations, horizons and cultures.

In 2023, the resort proudly celebrates two decades of daring and success. Driven by a constant quest for innovation, Paradiski aims to perpetuate its pioneering spirit by making the mountains a place for all kinds of encounters. Discover Paradiski's captivating film, revealing the epic story of this great resort where history meets adventure, and where every run tells a story of passion, discovery and sharing.

The history of Paradiski

Art on a grand scale

To mark the anniversary, renowned Land artist Saype has been invited to join the celebration. Two monumental frescoes will come to life on the snowy slopes of Paradiski.

Renowned worldwide for his ephemeral frescoes on grass using 100% eco-responsible paint, Saype has taken up the artistic and technical challenge of painting on snow.

Discover these two works from December 16th at the Vanoise Express cable car stations in Montchavin Les Coches and Peisey Vallandry.