Pedestrian Area

walks to mid or high mountain hikes ranging from 30 minutes to 5 hours of walking.

In the heart of the majestic peaks of the Haute Terentaise and the Vanoise, the mountains reveal themselves as a sanctuary for souls in search of adventure and a connection with nature.

Each trail in the Domaine de Montagne Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry offers a unique experience through snow-capped peaks, dense forests and sparkling high altitude lakes.

So put on your hiking boots, fill your rucksack with adventure and let yourself be guided by the tranquil rhythm of the mountains. You'll also be amazed by the many surprises along the way.


No price for selected options

Passes are free for children under 5 years old.
To benefit from reduced rates, proof of age is required at the time of purchase.


PRM: 50% discount for holders of a disability card (on presentation at the time of purchase, only at point of sale)

Family pack: Price for the simultaneous purchase of a minimum of 3 7-day passes, with the same dates of validity. Families of 2 people aged over 13 and at least one person aged between 5 and 17 benefit from a reduction of €10 per person. All additional people aged 5 to 17 in the same family benefit from the same reduction.

And what if, during a mountain bike or hiking trip, it was possible to live unexpected adventures? Some places in the Mountain Area are just waiting to be revealed.

In Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry, it is sometimes enough to let our curiosity guide us to live an extraordinary adventure!

Thanks to the 12 lifts and 35 varied and marked itineraries, the Les Arcs / Peisey-Vallandry area offers all pedestrians numerous possibilities to be close to nature, from family walks to mid or high mountain hikes, ranging from 30 minutes to 5 hours of walking.

The Mountain Area is full of panoramic spots offering all the comfort of Mediterranean terraces!
Relaxation areas spread throughout the area invite hikers and mountain bikers to make a
panoramic stopover close to the trails and tracks of the Bike Park.

One advice: put down your mountain bike or your backpack and enjoy the show!