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Arc 1950 Ski Hire

Arc 1950 Ski Hire Overview

As part of the Les Arcs ski area, ski holiday makers at Arc 1950 have access to its varied ski terrain with a total of 106 ski runs and 200 km of ski slopes. The terrain offers something for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. It has excellent slopes for beginner, intermediate and expert/advanced abilities. There are easy blue and green slopes in the Plan Peisey and Villaroger sectors. Intermediate slopes form majority of the area in Arc 1950, with the most exciting and challenging in the Aiguille Rouge sector, particularly popular with intermediate skiers, with plenty of red runs to choose from. Advanced skiers also have some challenging terrain for advanced skiers. The resort has several black runs, including the legendary Aiguille Rouge run, which is one of the longest black runs in the Alps. The resort also has some excellent off-piste skiing, including the Bellecôte Glacier.

Les Arcs also has excellent terrain parks that are popular with skiers and snowboarders. The resort has several parks, including the Mille8 park, which has a range of features for all abilities.Overall, the ski terrain in Arc 1950 is varied and offers something for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.

Before you hit the slopes, it's important to know what type of ski equipment will suit your level. By knowing this, you can choose the right equipment for your experience. The equipment is of the same high quality, but the range differs from basic to premium. The difference in quality is mainly due to the diversification of skis and snowboards for advanced skiers.

How much does it cost to hire ski equipment in Arc 1950?

You can find the cost of ski equipment hire on the ski extras page after selecting the ski hire option while you are in the ski holiday booking process on our website. The cost of ski equipment varies according to the level of the equipment and the length of your stay. Some adult equipment is categorized based on the level of the equipment and the skier's ability. This is because ski and snowboard manufacturers produce different models, some designed for beginners, others for more advanced skiers who take on challenging terrain. As a result, skis and snowboards are grouped into three categories; Evolution, Performance and Excellence--to represent the different levels of ability: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The cost to rent each of the products goes a little further, depending on which category you choose. The categories are ski pack (which includes skis, boots, poles), ski and poles only and boots only. Each of these is set at a standard price.

How to book ski & snowboard equipment in Arc 1950?

You can easily book your ski equipment with Erna Low online as part of your holiday booking. However, if you are unable to do so online, there are several ski hire shops at the resort. We recommend that you hire your ski equipment from us, as part of your overall booking. This will help you save time and money when you visit. If you prefer to go through the hassle of looking around for what's available at the resort, then that's fine too!

Can I book my ski equipment online, before my arrival at Arc 1950?

Yes, you can book your ski equipment online before your arrival at Arc 1950. This allows you to secure your equipment in advance so that it is ready and waiting for you when you get there. It is our recommended option especially if you are travelling with a large group as it saves you time and hassle; allowing more time on the slopes.

Can I hire ski equipment for young children in Arc 1950?

Yes you can. All ski shops, including those in Arc 1950, have ski equipment for children available for hire. There is ski equipment for children from as young as 3 years old and up to 17 years old. Ski equipment for children can also be hired online from Erna Low as part of the booking process.

Where do I pick up my ski equipment in Arc 1950?

The ski gear you pre-booked will be ready for collection and should be picked up at the named ski shop on your voucher. Visit the named ski equipment retailer on the voucher and scan the QR code provided on the voucher. It will have all the details of the equipment hired and the attendant at the shop will hand you your hired equipment. Simple, quick and easy!