Our ski shops in La Daille

La Daille in Val d'Isère

Welcome to Val d'Isère, one of the jewels of the French Alps, where the adventure of skiing comes to life. At the heart of this world-renowned resort is the La Daille district, a must for winter sports fans.

The 1992 Olympic Games left a lasting legacy for La Daille. The world-class ski facilities used at the games are still in place and continue to attract skiers and snowboarders from around the world. La Daille is proud of its association with this historic event, and many visitors come here to relive the magic of the Olympic Games while hitting the same tracks as elite athletes.

A land of champions

Val d'Isère is a renowned ski resort that has hosted many ski and snowboard champions over the years. Jean-Claude Killy is one of the most famous alpine skiers of all time. He is a native of Val d'Isère and won three gold medals at the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, including two in events held in Val d'Isère. Victor Muffat-Jeandet is a French alpine skier specializing in slalom and giant slalom events. He has several World Cup podiums and is from Val d'Isère.

Ski and ski equipment rental in La Daille

The ski rental with Freeride

La Daille offers a wide range of quality ski rental shops, ready to equip skiers of all levels. Our shops offer a wide range of high quality skis, snowboards and ski equipment. You can choose from the latest technological innovations to guarantee an optimal riding experience.

The experts of snowboard rental

If you prefer to hit the slopes on a snowboard, La Daille also offers an exceptional selection of snowboards. Our professional and passionate teams will advise you on the equipment adapted to your riding style.

La Daille has everything you need

Whether you are a curious beginner or an experienced skier, La Daille has ski equipment rental shops that will satisfy your needs. In addition, you can book online to save time on the slopes.

Save money and save time by booking in advance

On our website you have the opportunity to book your equipment in advance, which will save you time and money. Make the most of your stay by avoiding the queues.

The history of La Daille

The development of the resort

La Daille has a fascinating history that goes back centuries. This area was once a traditional alpine hamlet, but it has evolved into an internationally renowned ski destination. Over the decades, La Daille has seen its infrastructure expand to accommodate skiers from around the world. Today, it is a dynamic place, while retaining its alpine charm.

An Alpine legacy

La Daille’s history is closely linked to alpine culture. La Daille, a picturesque district of Val d'Isère, is a place renowned for its ski slopes and its charming alpine atmosphere. However, its history is also marked by a major event: the 1992 Olympic Winter Games. Winter sports enthusiasts gathered at La Daille for downhill, super-G and giant slalom events.

The slopes of La Daille were the scene of fierce competitions where the best skiers in the world competed for Olympic medals. These events brought international visibility to La Daille and confirmed its reputation as a leading ski destination.

Daille continues to evolve, with new projects and constant improvements. The future of this district promises exciting surprises for visitors.

The ski resort of Val d'Isère

A playground for sports enthusiasts

Val d'Isère is renowned for offering one of the best ski experiences in the world. With its varied slopes and exceptional conditions, it is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders.

Activities for all tastes

In addition to skiing, Val d'Isère offers a plethora of activities, from snowshoeing to sledding to ice skating. You will never run out of options to have fun off the slopes. Val d'Isère is not limited to winter sports. Explore its cultural heritage, from museums to local festivals, to enrich your experience.

The ski area of Tignes-Val d'Isère

The majestic mountains

The Val d'Isère ski area is surrounded by majestic mountains, including the famous Grande Motte and Aiguille Percée. These peaks offer breathtaking views and spectacular descents for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.

Endless trails

With more than 300 kilometres of slopes, the Val d'Isère ski area is one of the largest in the world. You can explore a variety of descents, from mogul to carving, guaranteeing an unforgettable experience.

A guaranteed snow

Val d'Isère is renowned for its exceptional snow conditions. The light and abundant powder snow attracts off-piste ski enthusiasts from all over the world. Discover the best spots for powder snow and enjoy the feeling of floating on the fresh snow.

The access to the resort

How to get to Val d'Isère

Val d'Isère is easily accessible by car from many major European cities. Well-maintained roads and convenient shuttle services make it easy to reach La Daille.
Public Transport Options
If you are travelling by plane, Chambéry, Lyon and Geneva airports offer bus services to allow you to reach the station. The nearest train station is Bourg-Saint-Maurice. It provides shuttle buses to Val d'Isère.