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!


At dawn, early risers can awaken their senses to the first light of day by climbing to the top.

The highest panoramic terrace of the Mountain Area is at an altitude of more than 2700 m, at the arrival of the Varet gondola in Arc 2000. In the morning, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding alpine peaks, and take a break before boarding the mythical Aiguille Rouge cable car for the ascent to the emblematic summit of Les Arcs at 3226m altitude. At the arrival of the cable car, theAiguille Rouge viewing platform offers a 360° view and promises an unforgettable awakening!

Arc 2000

The panoramic terrace of Varet

The Aiguille Rouge viewing platform - Mont Pourri

The Aiguille Rouge viewing platform


A little hunger in the middle of the hike ?

At the arrival of the Vallandry gondola (2100 m), there is a panoramic terrace offering a breathtaking view of Mont Blanc. A little hungry? The local produce dispenser located at the entrance of the relaxation area will make people happy for lunch or a snack! The gourmands can then enjoy the comfort of the terrace for a digestive nap or a sunbathing session.

Upstairs, the curious can learn a lot about the local fauna and flora by visiting the Mountain Animals Museum.


The panoramic terrace of Vallandry

Mountain Animal Museum

Relaxation area


"Step into the void" ideal to end a day.

The mountainsides of Arc 1600 and Arc 1800 offer spots that are worth a visit! The terraces of the Panorama de Carreley (2380 m) and the Belvédère de Comborcière (2310 m) promise spectacular and comfortable breaks thanks to rocking chairs, two-seaters, swings and picnic tables perfectly integrated into the surrounding environment. Just a stone's throw from the panoramic terrace of Carreley is the unmissable photo spot of Les Arcs with the Giant Letters on a sunset background!

Arc 1800 / Arc 1600

The Panorama of Carreley

Les Arcs Giant letters

Belvedere of Comborciere