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Park City - Equipment Rental

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We have a small group headed to Park City the last week of Feb and a couple of the group need to rent equipment. Ski shops outside of the resort proper generally have higher quality, better maintained gear that is usually less expensive, and so we're looking for suggestions in Park City. A quick internet search turned up the following ski shops in PC:

1.       Aloha;

2.       Breeze;

3.       Christie Sports;

4.       Cole Sports;

5.       Jans.

 

Can anyone recommend one of those or conversely, wave us off one? Any and all suggestions appreciated.

post #2 of 5

I have twice rented from Utah Ski & Golf.  It's not high end -- they have a big pile of cosmetically-challenged skis in the back and pull out what you want -- but they had a variety of options, decently tuned, and were far & away the cheapest. Easy to trade off.  I tried out Rossi E98 & 88, BLizzard Bones, Line P98, and the Volkl Bridge.  I often travel w/a multi-tool to touch up rentals as, despite the claims, you can never COUNT on a good tune.

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I have twice rented from Utah Ski & Golf.  It's not high end -- they have a big pile of cosmetically-challenged skis in the back and pull out what you want -- but they had a variety of options, decently tuned, and were far & away the cheapest. Easy to trade off.  I tried out Rossi E98 & 88, BLizzard Bones, Line P98, and the Volkl Bridge.  I often travel w/a multi-tool to touch up rentals as, despite the claims, you can never COUNT on a good tune.


Thanks tch. May I ask which location of Utah S & G you rented from and if you booked online?

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Hi Charlie, 
Reserved online and then chose particular skis when I got there.  I think it was $35/day but see that it has gone up to $40. Sometimes they have specials/coupons for early reservation.  I used the Park City location; it's practically across the street from the High West Distillery/bistro.  

post #5 of 5
Aloha has lots of ski choices but usually nothing over 100 width underfoot , which is strange for utah.
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