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As the Mummy of a little 2-year old bundle of joy, here you are on holiday. This year, you’ve headed for the mountains to enjoy the peace and quiet, take a little exercise and spend time as a family.
And do you know what? You’ve made the right choice.
Most of the activities included in our Hero pass aren’t suitable for toddlers. But don’t worry, we’ve planned a top programme!
OUR PLAY AREAS FOR THE LITTLEST ONES
Les Arcs has several play areas suitable for the youngest visitors.
From tobogganing to monkey bridges, your child will be able to develop in complete safety..
From tobogganing to monkey bridges, your child will be able to develop in complete safety.
WALKS AND HIKES SUITABLE FOR PUSHCHAIRS
La route des espagnols, for a walk in the forest between Arc 1600 and Arc 1800..
Le chemin de Bellecôte, a balcony trail overlooking the local road.
Le Tour du Golf to make the most of the panoramic view over Mont-Blanc and the Golf Course.
Notre Dame des Vernettes , , you will combine culture, heritage and walking.
Arc 1600 vers Courbaton, or how to benefit from the cool of a pine forest.
Equipment to bring
The golden rule : 3 layers of clothing
- A technical child’s breathable t-shirt
- An intermediate layer, such as a fleece, to retain warmth. At altitude temperatures can sometimes drop quickly.
- A third layer to protect the child from rain or dew, such as a waterproof, breathable jacket.
Don’t forget hats and sun cream if it gets really hot.
UNWIND AS A FAMILY
Comfort after the effort!
Your child will love diving into the swimming pool in Arc 1800 (link to the swimming pool page) which has both indoor and outdoor pools.
All safety equipment, such as armbands, is provided. We also have toboggans available to all age groups.
GOING TO SEE THE COWS
Every Wednesday afternoon from 18 July, setting out from Arc 2000, Delphin will welcome you to his farm and tell you all about the mountain pastures and making tomme, with a taste of cheese as the highlight.
To put your name down, you can contact our Tourist Offices on +33 (0)4 79 07 12 57.
In August, head for Les Chapieux to see the cows being milked. Your child will be given a delicious tea.
Put your name down in our Tourist Offices on +33 (0)4 79 07 12 57.
On 19 and 20 August, come to the Salon d'Agriculture de Montagne (mountain agricultural show). Lots of entertainments will be available for the youngest such as carriage rides, watching the milking, face-painting, music and construction workshops. There will be something for all tastes and all ages.
Further details on our dedicated page..