Located in the Savoie department at an altitude of 1600 m, at the heart of the Paradiski skiing area, the resort of Peisey Vallandry is made up of 5 villages located on the sunny slopes of the Arcs highlands, at the gates of the Vanoise National Park: Landry, Peisey, Nancroix, Vallandry and Plan-Peisey.
Peisey-Vallandry offers unbeatable views of the Mont Blanc, Beaufortain and Tarentaise mountain ranges. This resort has developed harmoniously thanks to its first-class offering in accommodation (chalets and apartments).
The Peisey Vallandry skiing area is made up of the Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry resorts and boasts more than 125 miles of snow-covered slopes, enough to satisfy all skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts.
Peisey-Vallandry plus points:
Thanks to the Vanoise Express cable care, the resort of Peisey-Vallandry provides privileged access to the Paradiski skiing area, offering a direct route to 260 miles of slopes, 3 glaciers, 2 summits above 3000 m and many tree-covered slopes.
Created December 2003, thanks to the construction of the Vanoise Express cable car, Paradiski is the third biggest skiing area after Les Trois Vallées and Portes du Soleil. It brings together the resorts of Les Arcs, La Plagne and Peisey-Vallandry. Its highest point is the Aiguille Rouge (the red needle) at a height of 3226 m.
The Paradiski skiing area opens its doors from mid-December to late April.
In Peisey Vallandry, you can also enjoy many other activities such as: horse-drawn sledging, dog-sledding, climbing natural ice-falls, cross-country skiing, biathlon, snow-shoe walks, mountain walking, etc.