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Renting equipment for a trip to Park City

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We are staying in Park City starting 2/21 through 2/25. Might ski there and BCC or LCC depending on the conditions. Was originally planning on picking up equipment in at Utah Ski and Golf in SLC after arrival Friday morning.  I read some poor reviews about the equipment at Ski and Golf in SLC and Park City.  I don't want to take a chance on poor quality equipment.  Please help with any solid advice on this. Thanks!

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Coles and Jans are two reputable rental places in PC.  Others can pipe up with other rental shops, but those are two of the biggest in PC.

 

T. -- www.wasatchreport.com

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Aloha ski rental shop has a lot of variety. But they don't have any wide skis, usually nothing over 100 underfoot
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Just rented equipment from Breeze for a large group over the holiday weekend.  It's my only experience doing so in PC but it was pretty top notch.  It helped that they were close to the slopes at PCMR as it simplified troubleshooting a couple of problems requiring leaving the slopes and they store your stuff except boots for free overnight.

 

Rates, service and equipment were all very good. Renting on-line saved 25%.  If you stop at Costco in SLC you can get sets of transferrable tickets for various areas including PCMR at a decent discount.

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We had a good experience with Breeze when we were there.

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DOn't know where you read bad reviews about Utah ski and golf. Have been renting there for years. Best service I have seen of any rental place anywhere. There have been times when i liked a brand new ski that they were trying to sell - I just wanted to rent it. he immediately mounted bindings on them and rented them to me.

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