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La Thuile, enjoy it safely with the ski hire

Holiday in La Thuile? You can leave freely with the ski hire service, a convenient and fast method to enjoy your holiday on the snow of Valle d’Aosta


In Val D'Aosta, in the shadow of the beautiful Rutor massif and the majestic Mont Blanc, La Thuile is a ski resort ready to welcome you with its breathtaking beauty and 160 kilometers of slopes including 35 easy, 32 intermediate 13 difficult ones.
A place for everyone, which, however, exalts the skills of the most experienced skiers thanks to the Tre Franco Berthod slope, which with its maximum gradient of 73% is perhaps one of the most demanding slopes in Italy!
It is also possible to enjoy cross-country skiing, thanks to the 4 rings of different lengths as well as fun and unexpected disciplines such as heli-skiing or dog sledding tours.
But, there’s not just sport in La Thuile! Here, in fact, the password is well-being, thanks to the presence of the nearby Pré-Saint-Didier, where you can spend relaxing moments and have a real "regeneration" of your body. Moreover, countries that surround La Thuile, like Chamonix and Courmayeur are all to discover for their artistic and architectural treasures, the shopping streets and the wine and food tours of excellence.

Hire your skis in La Thuile


La Thuile is all to be experienced! You are ready for an adventure on the most difficult slope of all but your equipment is not up to par? Hire it online by trying Skib, a secure service that will never let you down!
Ski rental is a method full of advantages! It is comfortable and fast, because you just need a PC and a few clicks and your equipment will be ready right on the slopes. It's cheap! Check out our prices and you will be amazed!
Cutting-edge tools, safe and secure, and so many different kits depending on your level. Come to La Thuile just for fun, the rest is on Skib!

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