Skiing & ski rental in Val Cenis Lanslevillard

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Val Cenis Lanslevillard

Snow paradise for families

Just a mere 700 metres from the charming village of Lanslevillard, the Val Cenis ski resort boasts 29 cable cars and lifts that transport winter sports enthusiasts to the region’s majestic peaks. The resort and its slopes hold a special appeal for families, thanks to the welcoming nature of the Lanslevillard region, where skiers of all ages can easily find their way around.

The family-friendly ski resort on the Italian border

If you want to experience more variety, an extensive network of 125 kilometres of slopes is waiting for you. Just explore the resorts of Lanslebourg and Termignon and expand your skiing horizons!

In addition to easy, wide ski runs suitable for beginners, you’ll also come across enchanting forest trails and thrilling high alpine descents.

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Ski rental in Val Cenis Lanslevillard

Your INTERSPORT Rent shop in Val Cenis Lanslevillard

Whether you need to quickly reserve children’s ski equipment or want to try the latest ski models: You can get everything you need at the nearby INTERSPORT Rent shops. Their extensive selection covers all your winter holiday essentials, ranging from skis and ski boots to snowboards, cross-country skiing gear, helmets and various accessories. Don’t hesitate to ask the local RENTertainers for advice. These knowledgeable professionals often have valuable tips, whether it’s for your upcoming adventures on the slopes or recommendations for enjoyable après-ski spots.

Tip: If you reserve your equipment online in advance, you can save time and hit the slopes right away after you arrive at the resort!

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Skiing in Val Cenis

More about the ski resort

The Val Cenis ski resort, encompassing the slopes of Lanslevillard, Lanslebourg and Termignon, offers a delightful blend of skiing experiences. Situated on the border with Italy, it boasts breathtaking views of both countries, with numerous peaks above 2,000 metres. Families and beginners find the area particularly appealing due to its ideal infrastructure, including ski schools and convenient rental options.

Among the 65 ski runs in the area, 38 are perfectly suited for beginners and those with intermediate skills. A standout among the gentle slopes is the Escargot (snail) – Europe’s longest beginners’ run and a favourite among many winter sports enthusiasts. For the more experienced skiers and snowboarders, there are 27 red and black ski runs to explore.

If you’ve lost your heart to natural snow and fresh powder, why not explore the region’s 12 freeride routes? And with the ESKI-MO ski pass, you can access a total of 347 kilometres of diverse slopes across four other ski resorts: La Norma, Valfréjus, Aussois and Bonneval sur Arc.

Good to know

Val Cenis isn’t just a paradise for skiers and snowboarders. From winter hiking to snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or sledging, there’s a variety of activities you can do to stay entertained.

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What’s waiting for you in the Val Cenis Lanslevillard ski resort?

  • 125 kilometres of slopes
  • 65 ski runs
  • 29 cable cars and lifts
  • 900-m sledging run
  • 12 freeride routes
  • winter sports between 1,300 m and 2,800 m above sea level
  • “La Turra” – one of Europe’s fastest lifts
  • “Escargot” – the longest beginners’ ski run in Europe
  • 2 snow parks

Skiing in Val Cenis Lanslevillard is right for you if ...

... you appreciate ski resorts with guaranteed snow.

... you can do without long waiting times at the ski lifts.

... you are a newcomer to winter sports.

... you love variety and adventure. 

... you enjoy slashing through fresh powder snow.

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Our RENTertainers recommend

Thrills on the Michèle Jacot de la Met

Want to experience an adrenaline rush in Val Cenis? Then we recommend taking on one of the most challenging ski runs in the entire ski resort: the black Michèle Jacot de la Met. This descent is not for the faint hearted and requires a high level of fitness and confident skiing skills. The adventure begins at the TSF 4 MET mountain station, at an elevation of 2,800 meters. From there, you’ll navigate the steep slope for about one kilometre down to the valley station. During this thrilling adventure, you’ll cover nearly 290 meters of elevation loss – an accomplishment to be proud of!

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