• The new sensational zipline : the most daring can hurtle down a 1.8km wire at over 130km/h. This unique experience can be enjoyed solo or duo, to share vertiginous sensations, sitting or lying in “raptor” mode.

The Aiguille Rouge Zipline Les Arcs

About

Departing from Les Arcs (73700)
Not allowed to be visited

Go to the Varet summit to live an extraordinary experience with the Aiguille Rouge Zip Line and arrive at the Olympic Flame of Arc 2000.

ACCESS CONDITIONS FOR THE TYROLEAN TRAVERSE :
Solo descent : 25Kg min - 120Kg max -
Possibility to descend sitting or lying down

Duo descent: 150g max and - 40Kg difference
It is not possible to descend lying down with two people.

Wearing a helmet is mandatory for the lying down and recommended for the sitting down.

This activity is forbidden to people with a pacemaker and to pregnant women.

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    Prices

    Public price :
    With the Classic Pass: €55 per descent
    With the Essential Pass: €35 per descent
    With the Premium Pass: 1 free descent with a 6-day Pass or €35 per descent with a 1 to 5-day Pass
    With the Piéton+ Pass : €35 per descent with a 6 day Pass or more

    Reservation required at the point of sale or on www.lesarcs-peiseyvallandry.com.

    Reception

    Languages spoken : English, French
    Languages of documentation : English, French

    Period of practice

    From 10/12/2022 to 03/01/2023, daily.
    From 10:20 to 11:40 and from 13:00 to 16:00
    Subject to weather conditions.

    From 04/01 to 03/02/2023, daily.
    From 10am to 12pm and from 1pm to 4.20pm
    Subject to weather conditions.

    From 04/02 to 07/04/2023, daily.
    From 10am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm
    Subject to weather conditions.

    From 08/04 to 29/04/2023, daily.
    From 9.40am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm
    Subject to weather conditions.

    Access

    Sommet Varet Arc 2000 73700 Les Arcs
    Departing from : Les Arcs (73700)
    Latitude : 45.555135 - Longitude : 6.836231
    Information update on 22/09/2022 by Les Arcs Bourg Saint Maurice Tourisme