We have made the decision to put the availability and booking for Rentals on hold for the 2020/2021 season. Until we know more, this pause will allow us time to best weigh our options for developing an appropriate plan for all of our products and programs. For all updates and our most recent statements, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.
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*Regular Season rates in effect Dec 26, 2020 through Jan 2, 2021 and Mar 7-13, 2021
Skis and Snowblades include boots, skis, and poles. Snowboard includes boots and board. We do offer a la carte rentals for those that own their own boots, skis or snowboards.
Reserved Equipment Pick Up
You may pick up your equipment after 2:00pm the day before your first day of skiing. If you prefer, you can pick up the morning of your first day of skiing. Our shop is open from 7:30am-5:00pm.
We offer insurance on ski and snowboard equipment for $2 per person per day. It covers any kind of damage to the equipment while in use under normal skiing or snowboarding on trails at the ski area. The insurance does not cover loss, theft, use in terrain park, and abuse of equipment. Abuse of equipment includes melted boots, multiple rock gouges or damage incurred from skiing or snowboarding off marked trails.
Keeping Track of Your Equipment
When picking up your rental one of our techs will show you where the ski or snowboard number is located. Remember your number! Please make sure you use the equipment that is set for you. Use your number to keep track of your equipment while on the mountain. Equipment looks alike, so make sure you are skiing on the equipment that is assigned to you.
Equipment Return (Due Date)
Equipment not returned by 9:00am the morning the rental is due (indicated on rental form) will result in an additional day of rental charged to the responsible party. Each day equipment is in your possession whether the equipment is being used or not is your responsibility. Refunds will not be issued for unused days.
What Type of Skier or Rider are You?
Type 1: Ski Cautiously. Prefer slower speeds, cautious skiing on smooth slopes, entry level.
Type 2: Ski Moderately. Prefer a variety of speeds, prefer to ski on varied terrain such as green, blue, & black trails.
Type 3: Ski Aggressively. Prefer faster speeds and aggressive skiing on slopes of moderate to steep pitch such as difficult blues & blacks.