Bonneval sur Arc ski resort is situated in Haute Maurienne Vanoise, France. It is a wonderful choice for those who are seeking a medium sized resort that isn’t always over run. Because of the long season, from Christmas until Easter, guests are able to come at different intervals, leading to a fun, vibrant atmosphere.
There are 25km of slopes available, split into three easy, intermediate and difficult levels of slopes. Thankfully, 50% of the slopes have snow making capabilities to ensure the fresh, white, crisp scene is always available. Easy runs have 13km of slopes available, intermediate have 11km and difficult runs have 1km of runs. With skiing and snowboarding available, everyone has enough room to enjoy their experience especially with the additional valley run that is available. There are 11 lifts in total to take guests up to their chosen peaks, Elevations are between 1850m and 3000m.
After a long day skiing you will undoubtedly be hungry and guests will not be disappointed with the options available here. A highly recommended restaurant is La Cabane, with delicious food and wonderful service all round. A delicious menu is available serving everything from salads to a hearty tartiflette. Chez Mumu is another recommendation with breath taking views, homemade soups and pies, this is the perfect half way stop off point.
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