There are two INTERSPORT Rent shops in the ski area of Blatten-Belalp. One is at the valley station in the village of Blatten near Naters – another one is at the cable car station in Belalp. In both shops, you will find high-quality ski and snowboard equipment from leading manufacturers.
Booking online is half the battle … and price! If you already know what ski equipment you need for your stay in Belalp, you can reserve it online ahead of time. Our RENTertainers will get everything ready for you, and you can pick up your gear when you get there.
From Blatten, you take the cable car up to 2,094 metres above sea level, to sunny Belalp. From up there, you have an impressive view of the Great Aletsch Glacier and several four-thousand-metre peaks (for instance, the Matterhorn or Dufourspitze). Whether you're travelling with family, looking for an exciting freeride adventure or want to hit the terrain park: At Blatten-Belalp ski resort, you'll be thrilled by the mountain panorama, the snow-sure slopes and the extensive range of winter activities!
Little newbie skiers should visit the “Hexenland” on Chiematte where witches and lots of adventures await. And if they’re up for a fun race experience, they should give the "Hexenschuss" race course (start at the Aletsch run) a try. That’s where the aspiring ski stars' downhill time gets measured. On your marks, get set, and go!
… you are a passionate skier or snowboarder who appreciates diverse downhill runs – e.g. the Hohstock run with a gradient of up to 60 percent.
… you’re looking for varied freeride experiences at an altitude of up to 3,021 metres.
… you want to learn more about the Pennine Alps during a guided snowshoe hike.
… you love sledging almost as much as skiing; on the 9.9 km Belalp run, you can sledge to your heart’s content.
… you want to spend an amazing winter holiday with your family and choose from a variety of slopes for winter sports enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.
In Belalp – in the Canton of Valais – the annual “Belalp Hexe” ski race is held on the Witches’ Descent. More than 1,500 winter sports enthusiasts take part in the race every year. Dressed as witches, the participants ski down the slope. An unforgettable spectacle for everyone involved, spectators and "witches" alike!