Ski Club Holiday to Arc 1800, France

Saturday 14th March 2020 for 7 nights

Tour Operator: Crystal

Resort report: The Club last visited Les ARCs in March 2015 and you can read a report by Paul Speed & Marie Stanley here.

Resort information from the Crystal web site:

Renowned for everything from wooded beginner runs to high-altitude skiing, variety is behind the enduring popularity of Les Arcs. Linked with La Plagne to create the Paradiski area, its varied villages offer access to 425km of piste for all abilities. And with 70% of the skiing at over 2,000m altitude, snow conditions are reliable throughout the season.

Advanced skiers in the mood for something special should head up to the Aiguille Rouge for the exhilarating 2km descent to Villaroger. Alternatively, above Arc 1600 there’s also a snow park ripe for hours of freestyle fun.

Accommodation: Hotel Du Golf, ARC 1800, France. 50 places booked.

  • Ski-in, ski-out location in the centre of ARC 1800.
  • Spa with relaxation pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room (over 16s only).
  • Three restaurants and two bars, one with regular live music.
  • WiFi available at an extra charge.

Meals: Buffet breakfast (7 – 9.30am). Buffet evening meals taken in the Le Golf restaurant (7 – 9pm). Free wine included with evening meals. Customers can substitute one buffet evening meal for an evening meal in the à la carte Le Mont Blanc restaurant (depending on availability, must book upon arrival).

Flight times (provisional): TOM2634, depart Manchester 06:50, arrive Geneva 09:55. TOM2635, depart Geneva 11:25, arrive Manchester 12:20. Transfer time around 3.5 hours.

Cost: £772 per person sharing a twin room (includes a £12 non-refundable administration fee). Ski Carriage is £40 extra (one pair of skis or one board only).

Lift passes: Lift passes are not included but full area lift passes can be pre-booked. 2018/2019 season cost is adult €295, senior (65-74) €234. Those 75 and over get a free pass which can be ordered locally. We don't have prices for the holiday date as yet.

The price includes airport taxes and Manchester flight supplement but not insurance.

Insurance: You must arrange your own insurance and the name of the insurer is required when booking.

To reserve a place send a deposit of £175 per person along with a completed application form to David Shepherd. The deposit is non-refundable unless the place is taken by another member. In that case the £12 administration fee and any costs associated with changing the booking will be deducted and the remainder refunded. If you wish to pay by bank transfer a completed application form is still required to reserve a place. Account details are available from David Shepherd or Janet Winstanley. Transfers must be made to the SCoM holiday account (ending 244).

The application form is a PDF form. If you don't have the Adobe Acrobat Reader you can download it here.