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Object name: 32073
Distance to ski area Paradiski ~3200 m. --- FREE SKIBUS SHUTTLE ---
Charming and well-equipped chalet in the ski area of Peisey - Les Arcs - Paradiski, with sauna, wood-burning stove and free WiFi. Tastefully furnished, the traditional natural stone house combines the flair of a typical mountain chalet with all the convenience of a modern style holiday accommodation. All bedrooms have their own en-suite bathroom.
The chalet is nicely situated in the picturesque village of Nancroix (part of Peisey-Vallandry), a lively village with a romantic atmosphere and ancient, narrow lanes. The Peisey-Vallandry - Les Arcs - Paradiski ski area can be easily reached with the free ski bus (bus stop approx. 100 m).
The heart of the chalet is the bright and open living / dining area on the first floor. Enjoy lounging in the sofa area with TV in front of the brightly blazing fireplace. The dining table comfortably seats 10 people. Access to the balcony. Well-equipped, separate kitchen; among other things with a 6-burner gas cooker.
There is one bedroom with a double bed and one bedroom with 2 single beds – both with their own en-suite bathroom with shower. Separate WC on the floor.
Three other bedrooms are located on the ground floor: two with 2 single beds and en-suite bathroom (shower/WC) each, and one with double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower and separate WC. In the sauna, you can relax and unwind your muscles after a nice day of skiing or hiking.
The chalet disposes of a private parking space and a ski room with ski boot dryer. Further free parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the chalet (~100 m).
An exclusive holiday quality: Skiing in a prime ski area – living in a small village close to nature, with a high quality of life. Stroll through the narrow alleys of the picturesque mountain village of Nancroix with two Savoyard restaurants (distance approx. 100 m and 500 m). Enjoy a great view of the surrounding mountains of the Bellecôte massif and over the deeply cut Isère valley from the chalet.
The ski area "Les Arcs-Paradiski" can be reached by ski bus (bus stop ~100 m) and by car in a few minutes on a decent road (~3.2 km). Freeride runs possible up to near the chalet (no marked or prepared ski runs; use at own risk). Restaurants, après-ski pubs, grocery shop, bakery, butcher either in the charming neighbouring village of Peisey (~2 km) or in Vallandry at the entrance to the ski area (~4 km).
Altitude chalet 1,465 m; altitude ski area up to 3,250 m, with the two glaciers Bellecôte and Aiguille Rouge. The access to the heart of the Les Arcs - Paradiski ski area with its 425 km of pistes is via the Lonzagne lift of Peisey-Village (approx. 3.2 km) or in Vallandry / Plan Peisey, the intersection of numerous pistes and lifts, in approx. 4 km. The completely interconnected ski area comprises 175 lifts. This puts it in the first rank of the world's most attractive and extensive ski arenas. Skiing from around the beginning of December to the end of April. Peisey-Vallandry is also the starting point for the spectacular Vanoise Express cable car that spans the valley. This connects the ski area of Peisey/Les Arcs with La Plagne. Peisey-Vallandry is situated right in the heart of this vast area. So it's the best place to discover this major ski spot of the Alps. You find great freeride descents at the Grand Col, around Arc 2000 and at the legendary Bellecote North face (with a ski guide; no marked or prepared runs; use at own risk), but also various easy and long family rides around Peisey and Arcs 1800 as well as specially equipped sectors for children. Ski school ESF, sports shops with ski rental. The cross-country skiing centre of the valley with around 40 km of trails is located in Nancroix. You can get to the Nordic ski centre by foot or via the free shuttle bus.
You will benefit of the wide range of sports activities during the summer in Peisey Vallandry, including cycling, mountain biking, climbing, tennis, golf as well as horse riding or fishing. Cycle sports at it best on the mountain routes of Col d'Iseran, Petet St. Bernard and Cormet de Roseland. Adventurers will enjoy white water rafting or paragliding. Not only children’s hearts will be filled with joy driving a dog-drawn husky kart or climbing the aerial adventure circuit in the forest. A highlight of your holiday will be the Vanoise National Park with nearly 500 km marked hiking trails and paths. Various walks with alpine flora and fauna are offered by the Park Authority. For those interested in culture, several baroque chapels and churches as well as museums around Peisey could be visited.
Alpenchalets guests in Peisey-Vallandry & Les Arcs - Paradiski can benefit from exclusive skipass discounts on the public rates. You can order the passes until 10 days prior to arrival. They can be cancelled or modified at any time prior to the start of your holiday. Please find here the skipass reduction details