Located in the heart of Savoie Mont Blanc in the Beaufortain, between 750 and 2700 m altitude, the resort village of Arêches Beaufort offers unspoiled setting to enjoy a holiday exceptional. Of forests to pastures through dams and countless mountain lakes, Arêches Beaufort offers sport experiences, greedy, and unforgettable discoveries. Experience the sport: Effortless access to the summits and exceptional panorama of the region! Two ski lifts open two days a week allow contemplative, hikers, mountain bikers ascending to higher pastures. Upon arrival of the Grand Mont chairlift Thursday and Sunday, and Tuesday Piapolay, many events and activities are offered. Arêches Beaufort is a prime destination for mountain biking: more than 20 courses of 3 to 27km open to beginners and athletes across the meadows and through the pine trees, on gentle slopes and descents involved. Dare Roc Via Ferrata of the Wind, it reserves in 2000 m of adventure and a secure environment with rocks and through meadows and reveals breathtaking panoramic views over the dam Roselend, Vanoise, Gran Paradiso and Mont-Blanc ... For the less experienced, to enjoy the tree trail Marcot: routes of all levels for the whole family! Rejuvenate! Fishing is passionately in the many streams and mountain lakes such Roselend or St. Guerin. Also you can practice a technical whitewater such as canyoning, which provided its share of thrills and surprises! Not forgetting the little moment of relaxation at the pool in Beaufort. Discover heritage Arêches-Beaufort, part of the Pays d'Art et d'Histoire des Hautes Vallées of Savoie. A flourishing nature, three dams, two churches with their baroque altars, 20 chapels spread over the hamlets of the commune, a variety of traditional chalets, ovens and washing ... This natural, human, architectural and industrial invites everyone to live in a parenthesis time. Immersion in the traditions of warranty ... The mountain villages, valleys and meadows bear witness to the past and current agricultural activity around the Beaufort cheese.