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Selva ski Hire

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Anyone got advice on where to rent skis in Selva? Quality Hire have been recommended by the apartments but the reviews aren't great & it looks a bit of a trek from where we are staying. Ski Walter looks the nearest but can get 15% SkiClub discount with Dolomiti Adventures. Any local knowledge would be appreciated
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We used Ski Walter (at the bottom of the Nives nursery slope) in Feb 18 and they were fine and very helpful and amenable to ski changes.

Some friends also used them at the new year and took advantage of their ski lockers too which proved very convenient.

We used ski school 2000 at new year and they were only average. My daughters skis were very dry and needed changing the second day.
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We always use Olgas ski hire, never had a bad pair in 15 trips, the only complaint we have heard is that the skis are too good for beginners!
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I would second Olgas- rented from there last year and the skis were fab- they were Atomic Redsters that looked like new and that was in March.
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Thanks for the recommendation. Looks quite convenient too
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I posted a similar thred. https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?p=3336406&highlight=selva+ski+rental#3336406

We had zero problems with Quality -- it is the "official" ski school shop. I may try Dolomiti Advetures this year.
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We have used Olga for years always very good, Klaus really knows his products
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