Booking your board or Livigno ski rentals with us in advance will cost you less than booking on arrival - skis from as little as 45€ for six days.
Livigno is a big ski resort, so it's best to choose a ski rental shop near your accommodation or ski school. We've partnered with the 12 main rental shops in Livigno, so you can choose which one suits you best. We've chosen our partner shops carefully - based not only on the high standard of their equipment and service levels but also for convenience of location and value for money.
Please see our equipment guide below for more information about what's available. You can pre book your equipment with us on-line and on arrival you will be able to collect your equipment. We will always try to use the best and nearest shop to your accommodation and we may be able to collect you from your apartment/hotel and bring you to and from the rental shop for your convenience.
Note that if you want to hire ski clothing, you can hire ski jackets and ski pants - this is a great way to save money especially if you have children that are outgrowing their ski wear every year, or if you are short on luggage space.
All the shop staff are experienced and fully trained and will be able to fit you with the right skis or boards for your height, build and level of experience. If you're skiing for the first time, they'll guide you through the process and equip you with everything you need from boots and helmets to skis and poles. If you'd like any help or advice beforehand, do get in touch with us by email or telephone.
Either are perfect for complete beginners, novice skiers and those with a weeks experience. The 3 star skis are all new for the coming ski season.
A step up from the standard ski, the superior ski is suited to skiers who have mastered blue runs and moved up to red runs. If you've just started to ski red runs there's no rush to upgrade your skis. We'd recommend sticking with the standard skis for now, as you've always got the option of upgrading later in the week.
These skis are best suited to skiers who are very comfortable on red runs and are now tackling black runs. If you're not sure whether or not you need this top option, we'd recommend trying the superior skis and upgrading during the week if necessary.
The same principles apply to snowboards as skis. If it’s your first or second time on the slopes, you can get started with a standard snowboard but if you're boarding on reds or above then consider an upgrade.
Getting the right boots is key to having fun on the slopes, and our ski technicians will spend as much time as necessary making sure you get a comfortable fit. When you go to the hire shop, don't forget to wear the socks you'll be using for skiing. If you do have any problems with your boots during the week, your rental shop will be happy to exchange them.
A helmet is an essential part of your ski equipment. Even if you're an expert skier, it's always possible that someone may crash into you, and a helmet can help prevent serious head injuries. Under Italian law, children under 14 must wear a helmet on the slopes. For rental equipment the age of a child is maximum 12 but you may be charged an adult price if over 120cm in height or a 36 shoe si