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Ski hire Val Thorens

Why not save hassle when travelling and hire your equipment at Val Thorens? There are 30 rental shops dotted around the resort all stocking an excellent range of brands and levels of equipment, and you can be sure to find the best advice in store from the experienced staff members. If you wish to pre-arrange the exact kit you want then that's not a problem, all the shops offer online booking and most give discounts to customers who pre-book. So you can choose and pay for your gear online and simply collect it in-store when you arrive.

Altitude : Min : 1450 m - Max : 3562 m
Number of slopes : 825278
Number of ski-lifts: 29
km of ski slopes: 150
kms of Nordic Ski slopes: 24

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Kontum ski at Val Thorens

At this of year, it's common for people to start getting the holiday bug, which is why many take it upon themselves to book a short trip away.
Choosing where to go can sometimes be more hassle than it's worth, what with having to consider everyone's different preferences. That's why the best option may be to go somewhere you've never been before.

Mini mountain tour at Val Thorens

If you're a car enthusiast, you may have taken part in a super-car race driving experience, or be an avid fan of Top Gear and Formula One. But have you ever considered cruising through a scenic location abroad?
It's true that driving in a sunny destination with the roof of your convertible down is an attractive option during the summer months, but that's not to say you can't embark on a driving tour in winter.

The best evening activities in Val Thorens

So you're on a family holiday in Val Thorens - the highest ski resort in the French Alps - and you've spent your day zooming down the slopes. You've enjoyed every minute, but it's the evening and you want a change of scene. You're not ready to wind down just yet, so what do you do?


Although you're in a ski resort, there's lots more activities on offer than just skiing. Whether you're a couple, a group of friends, or spending time with your children, there's something for everyone to get involved with. Here's a guide to the best way to end your night in Val Thorens: Bowling, Music concerts, Cinema

The best spas in Val Thorens

While skiing holidays provide a fantastic opportunity to get some exercise and experience a few thrills and spills, they are also fantastic for those who want to get a little rest and relaxation. In fact, you could say they offer the perfect balance between action and serenity, and many of Europe's top resorts are well equipped to make sure that all visitors get both of these things in equal measure.

Indeed, many ski resorts in the Alps are as famous for their spas as they are for their slopes, so if you're looking for a great way to wind down and recharge your batteries after a day of downhill fun then a visit to one of these is just what you need. In fact, by spending a little time relaxing in a hot tub or being worked over by a masseuse, you'll be able to help your body recover from any fatigue it may be feeling following an intense skiing session, and are therefore likely to get much more enjoyment from your trip.

Advice for skiing off-piste this winter

Firstly, it's essential that you don't head off into the un-bashed areas of the mountain unless you are an extremely competent skier, as doing so can be very dangerous for those who are not up to the task.

If you feel as though you're ready to make the leap, however, then you're in for a real thrill, although it's vital to take all the necessary safety precautions and be sensible. For instance, you should never head off-piste without an experienced guide, as you'll need to be led by someone who knows the local terrain and can advise you on where it is and isn't safe to ski. Even if you think you're a good enough skier and navigator to handle the wilderness, you won't have the specific knowledge that local guides are equipped with. For example, only someone who has spent the entire season in the area will know how much snow there has been, and therefore which spots are most likely to be solid enough to ski on or where the biggest risks of avalanches might be.