Where are you? Our RENTertainers are already waiting for you in Val Thorens! At the local shops, you can rent the latest ski and snowboard models from leading manufacturers. Whether you’re looking for carving skis for Val Thorens’ wide, open slopes or flexible boards for the terrain park – you’re sure to find what you need at INTERSPORT Rent.
With 600 kilometres of slopes in the Les Trois Vallées ski area, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Don’t worry if you’re having a hard time deciding where to start your ski adventures! Our RENTertainers will give you useful tips for your stay in one of the largest ski areas in the world.
In Val Thorens, almost 100 per cent of the slopes are at an altitude of over 2,000 metres, so high spirits are guaranteed while on ski holiday in the Savoy Alps. 150 kilometres of ski runs can be found in the Val Thorens ski resort. In case that’s not enough for you, there are several lift and cable car connections to other parts of the Les Trois Vallées ski area. With 600 kilometres of beautiful runs, you can give your winter sports ambitions free rein.
According to the Michelin Guide, you’ll have the most beautiful view in the Alps from the summit of Cime de Caron, at 3,200 metres. That’s where you’ll enjoy 360-degree views of thousands of mountain peaks in the French, Swiss and Italian Alps.
… you want to practice your tricks at a 70,000-square-metre snowpark.
… you can’t wait to explore one of the largest ski areas in the world.
… you’re looking for unusual leisure activities – such as dog sledding.
… you want to swoosh down the longest toboggan run in France.
… you’d like to benefit from the snow-sure slope conditions at over 2,300 metres.
If you’re in the mood for a one-of-a-kind thrill, we suggest you try ice driving at Alain PROST Ice Circuit, the highest ice circuit in the world. The motto: Slide and ride! During the winter months, you can take private lessons, training courses or go for a spin with a professional driver.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a souvenir video of this experience? Well, as a matter of fact, you can!