To better understand who we are, we suggest you embark towards Savoie in Auvergne Rhône Alpes, in the heart of the Tarentaise valley. Here, facing Mont Blanc, at the gateway to the Reserve Naturelle des Hauts de Villaroger and the Parc national de la Vanoise stands the Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry mountain resort with the emblematic Aiguille Rouge, its peak culminating at more than 3,000m in altitude.

Created in 1968, our company operates the mountain domain that the communes of Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Villaroger, Peisey-Nancroix and Landry have entrusted us with.

If our role has been to maintain, secure, develop and make this high altitude environment accessible - in particular by ski lifts - 
we are now committed to transforming the ski area into a sustainable mountain destination so that everyone can discover it, sometimes find refuge there, experience extraordinary moments at altitude, and leave with a head full of memories with only one desire: to come back and soon.


Like 9 other French ski areas, Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry is part of the Compagnie des Alpes (CDA) group created in 1989. Today, it is the European leader in leisure activities and operates the largest ski areas in the French Alps as well as leisure parks in Europe with a strong identity.

Strongly rooted in its territories, 
Compagnie des Alpes develops with its partners, and thanks to its 5,000 employees, committed, innovative and responsible projects, as opposed to standardised concepts. Producing exceptional leisure activities for the greatest number of people is the overall objective that CDA has set itself, and which it has been implementing for several years in an integrated approach to operational excellence and quality of service, based on three pillars: the attractiveness of its sites, the Very High Satisfaction of its Customers, and the profitability of its activities.

Key figures of the mountain area

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We want our sponsorship to be consistent with our missions and values, while at the same time setting an example and ensuring transparency.

The present charter aims to consolidate and secure the partnership relations and the respective commitments of the sponsor and the beneficiary.



Our responsible purchasing policy

We have defined a Responsible Purchasing policy to better respond to current and future challenges. The objective of this policy is to select our suppliers and prefer to purchase a good or a service taking into account our social, ethical and environmental requirements.



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