Golf Club Courmayer
Prè St. Didier
Morgex or Courmayer
La Thuile is situated in Aosta Valley and is nestled in a large valley at 1441 meters above sea level, is dominated by the presence of high mountains and vast glaciers. La Thuile is part of an international ski area, connected to the town of La Rosière in Savoie. In an amazing succession of views, 160 kilometers of slopes meet the needs of every type of skier; the high altitude of the systems also allow you to ski until the late spring.
In summer, La Thuile is a starting point for: climbing the glacier Ruitor and its waterfalls; the easiest hikes in the area of the lakes; 220 km of hiking trails, mountain biking, downhill and freeride between Italy and France with different levels of difficulty, using the chairlifts even in the summer months; horseback riding for children and adults; tennis lessons for adults and children, held in multi-purpose sports centers; climbing lessons (indoor and outdoor) with specialized guides; fun days at a pool Alpine Outdoor heated pool, located at 2088 m, with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and the Mont Blanc.
In summer, La Thuile is tinged with colors, scents and emotions all to enjoy: sports, tradition, food, wine, entertainment and culture. It 'absolutely romantic attend the summer solstice in the megalithic complex, Europe's highest, or live the night of the stars lulled by the music of harp and violin.
The ski slopes in La Thuile start from 1441 meters above sea level in the country and come up to 2,579 m above sea level of Chaz Dura. The slopes are all very large and wide. Often given the altitude and aspect have excellent snow. Famous is the track number 3, F. Berthod, La Thuile, a snake around in the woods with very steep slopes. It 'almost three kilometers long and has a vertical drop of 800 meters. A track only for experienced skiers.