The Inside Line on Les Arcs

Nov 17, 2017
by Emily Horridge  
Photo Anthony Pease

Looking for an alpine biking holiday next summer? We have most excellent news for you!

Following the demise of one of the biggest MTB holiday providers in the area last year, the options for guided chalet holidays in Les Arcs had slimmed down considerably. Well, The Inside Line MTB is stepping it up a notch for 2018 to help fill the void. French-qualified mountain bike guide Emily Horridge is the brains behind The Inside Line, and is super-excited to be able to put this together for next summer with a sweet chalet including a massive garage for all the bikes, a garden to chill in with a beer, a trail to the door and a lift 30 seconds from it.

The Inside Line
Photo Anthony Pease

“Since setting up The Inside Line MTB, I've had so many enquiries asking about accommodation with food and guiding that offering chalet holidays just seemed like the obvious thing to do. We have so many amazing trails here and I love getting to know people over a whole week as well, so I’m really looking forward to having some great fun out riding with my guests next summer!”

Building on over 10 years of guiding and chalet hosting knowledge, Emily and her team know exactly how to put together a fantastic week to give you an unforgettable holiday experience that'll leave you wanting to come back for more.

For more information check out The Inside Line MTB website and Facebook.

MENTIONS: @gravitysgirl

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  • 2 0
 Yep, I can highly reccomend Emily, she gave us an unforgettable day's guiding around the Les Arcs area. Hope we can hook up again with her this year too.
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 I was there for five days in august. Great downhill riding, good food and cheap lift passes. People are stuck in Portes Des Soleil while there is great riding in the neighbouring area. Samoens should also be considered.
  • 3 0
 @Globu looks like midway down La Varda..
  • 1 0
 And then there's this vid from trail addiction from 2016...

So is this trail closed for MTB or not?
  • 2 0
 @Globu: Yep, the first one is part way down La Varda. La Varda was banned for one season, but it is not any more. The local mayor and a team of trail builders did some repairs to some parts of it at the start of the 2016 season. So it's back on the map Smile
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 @gravitysgirl: hi Emily, very useful, thank you! It's not on trailforks, that's why I was wondering
  • 2 0
 @Globu: pleasure Smile . There's a fair few things not on trail forks round here tbh.
  • 2 0
 @Globu putting that kind of trail on trail forks will only get it banned again. I helped out with the repairs in 2016 and it was very clear from the Mayor that the permission could easily be removed again.. especially as its so close to the national park.
Thats why you need to pay a few more bucks and go with someone like @gravitysgirl. Its money well spent and you'll never get as much quality riding if you do it by yourself Smile
  • 2 0
 Yes! Stoked to see this for @gravitysgirl
  • 1 0
 Surely the photos arent from Les Arcs?

Is that Verbier?
  • 1 0
 @thresh I can assure you these photos are all taken in Les Arcs. Maybe you need to come and check it out Smile
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 Костян привет! Вот и у меня тот же вопрос Smile
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 @gravitysgirl: sorry, what is that trail in the first pic on this page? Been to the area this summer with @thresh and also don't recognize the location. Thanks!

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