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Ski rental Alta Quota in Cesana Torinese

Alta Quota Sport

Ski rental Alta Quota in Cesana Torinese
Address: PIAZZA VITTORIO AMEDEO I 10054 CESANA (TO)
Telephone: +39 012289210

Cesana Torinese is located at 1350 meters in Susa Valley, in the heart of the Milky Way, the theater of the 2006 Winter Olympics.


Lots of ski slopes, pure air, and many opportunities for having fun on the snow or go trekking, horse riding and many other sports. Also tasting the typical dishes of the Italian cuisine in the mountain huts and restaurants. Cesana Torinese combines nature and history for an extraordinary vacation.
Saving on skis is now easier thanks to sites like Skib and online rental. And for your convenience, the pickup is on the spot, at Alta Quota shop.
 
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The Milky Way ski area


Cesana Torinese is part of the Milky Way ski area, seven municipalities of Susa Valley joined to offer excellent slopes and cutting-edge services. 212 wide and panoramic slopes ranging from 1300 to 2800 meters, 61 ski lifts, 14 ski and snowboard schools. There are also many activities, which involve the children.

The competitions in Cesana Torinese


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Cesana Torinese has been one of the venues of the XX Olympic Winter Games held in Piedmont in 2006 by hosting bobsleigh, toboggan and skeleton. Here, there are still competitions of Italian and World Championships and the European Cup. In San Sicario, also took place during the Olympics, the Super G and Female Downhill Alpine Skiing. In Cesana there is a famous race of vintage cars, the Cesana-Sestriere, which confirms the highly sporty character of the locality.
Challenge yourself on these slopes of champions! Rent your equipment online, on Skib, and collect it on the tracks, at Alta Quota.

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