Tip: Skiing and snowboarding are possible in almost every part of Slovakia. It is said that the nearest ski resort is never more than 60 minutes away by car, no matter where you are.
Ski rental made easy! Thanks to INTERSPORT Rent, it's never been easier to get your gear. Simply select your equipment online, reserve it for the desired time period, pick it up during your ski holiday and test it on the most beautiful Slovakian slopes!
Top skis for rent and individual advice – that's what you'll get in the INTERSPORT Rent shops in Slovakia. Find your location at the ski resort you're planning to visit, and stop by at the shop when you arrive!
We can promise you one thing: You will leave the shop with equipment perfectly suited to your needs, and you might get a few expert tips for skiing in Slovakia too ...
Did you know that Slovakia is home to the smallest high mountain range in the world, the High Tatras? They are also home to the country's best-known ski resorts. In total, the country has more than 460 kilometres of ski runs. Cross-country skiing is very popular in Slovakia as well. The Central European republic boasts a whopping 600 kilometres of cross-country trails.
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Are you thinking about a city trip combined with winter sports? Sure, why not! The nearest ski resort is only a stone's throw (about 40 kilometres) away from Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It's name? Pezinská Baba. With 3.7 kilometres of slopes, the ski resort is rather small. However, you can spend your morning on the slopes and be in the big city in the afternoon for some shopping or sightseeing.
By the way, thanks to floodlights, you can also ski in the evening in Pezinská Baba. How about ending your day with some winter sports instead?