Skiing & ski rental at Aletsch Arena
Ski rental at Aletsch Arena
Your INTERSPORT Rent shops at Aletsch Arena
Have you met our RENTertainers? If you haven’t: They can’t wait to meet you! Our INTERSPORT Rent experts know what winter sports equipment best suits your needs and what skis to choose for the current snow conditions. Book your equipment online, pick it up on site and get some valuable advice on top!
Skiing at Aletsch Arena
More about the ski resort
If you’re looking for you personal vantage point in the Swiss Alps, look no further than Aletsch Arena! Nestled between the 4,000-metre summits of the Valais region, the ski resort lies right next to mighty Aletsch glacier. Located at a snow-sure altitude of 2,869 metres above sea level, it encompasses three sunny ski areas: Fiescheralp, Bettmeralp and Riederalp.
How about visiting all three of them? Fortunately, you only need one ski ticket to do so – and no car! Once you have arrived at the ski resort, all points of interest can easily be reached by skiing, snowboarding or hopping on one of the resort’s many cable cars and lifts.
Aletsch Arena in a nutshell:
- 104 kilometres of slopes
- 3 winter sports villages with only one ski ticket
- 6 cable cars
- surrounded by the 4,000-metre summits of the Valais region
- ski-in/ski-out: Enjoy a car-free ski holiday!
- numerous INTERSPORT RENT shops right next to the lift and cable car stations
- snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and winter hiking as great winter sports alternatives in the Aletsch Arena
Skiing at Aletsch Arena is right for you if …
... you would like discover the excellent slopes right next to the biggest glacier of the Alps.
… you would like to enjoy a car-free ski holiday.
… the word “sunshine skiing” is music to your ears.
… you love the Swiss Alps and spectacular views.
… you would like to treat your family to some varied and snow-sure skiing.
INTERSPORT Rent tip
Our RENTertainers recommend
The Glacier Panorama Tour is one of the biggest highlights for experienced skiers in the Aletsch Arena. The challenging, sign-posted circuit ski trail encompasses the ski resort’s best slopes and most spectacular views.
All it takes to enjoy this unique winter highlight is some stamina and the right equipment. It’s a good idea to ask the RENTertainers at the INTERSPORT shops on site for their advice on how best to tackle the trail’s altitude difference of 945 metres.
You’re in no rush? Then why not split up the trail into several stages? You can access the Glacier Panorama Tour from any point.
Fuel up on Swiss delicacies: The best way to recharge your batteries between stages is with a fine raclette or tasty fondue. And in the evening, you might also want to toast to an unforgettable day of skiing with a glass of white wine from the Valais region!