Update 3/20 @ 4:05pm : The Rental and Repair Shop will be closed until further notice
The 49° North Rental & Repair Shop is located on the lowest level of the lodge across the way from the Ticket Office. Featuring equipment from Rossignol, Head, Elan, & Burton, our friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to get you geared up for the slopes. In addition to our standard rental equipment, we also offer High Performance Demo Skis from Rossignol and Sneva. Our certified repair staff can take all of your tuning, waxing, and repair needs.
Note: If you are renting equipment you can bypass the lines at the ticket windows and purchase your lift ticket in the rental shop with one easy transaction. If you are interested in any of our lesson products, the Ski & Snowboard School can take care of your Lift Ticket, Rental, and Lesson needs with one transaction at their front desk.
Find the best package for your day on the mountain. 49 Degrees North offers complete equipment packages, snowboard/ski only rentals for those who have their own boots, or boot only rentals.
Before you arrive: Knowing the accurate height, weight, age and shoe size for each person renting equipment in advance will make the rental process easier and more efficient. Skiers will also need to know their Skier Type, Click Here for more info. Snowboarders will need to know which foot will be their forward foot. All minors (anyone under the age of 18) are required to have parental consent at the time of rental. If the parent or guardian will not be present, print, sign and have your child bring the release form below to the Rental Shop.
When you arrive: Come through the rental shop entry and begin filling out a rental form located along the counter in the entryway. Bring your completed form to the Rental Cashier to process your transaction. Photo ID is required. Our Rental Technicians will then fit you for your equipment. Once your gear has been fitted you’ll be able to head outside and enjoy the snow!
-Ski or Snowboard Boots can fit or feel very different than your normal, everyday shoes. Toes should lightly touch the front of the boot once they are laced or buckled up when you stand with ankles and knees flexed slightly. Toes should not be jammed at the front of the boot or too far away. Boots should fit snuggly around the whole foot, ankle and lower leg, with fairly even pressure everywhere, like a firm handshake.
-We recommend ONE PAIR of light or medium weight TALL socks to wear with your ski or snowboard boots. Wool, or a synthetic material like polypropylene are best (avoid wearing cotton). Multiple pairs of socks or extra material from pants, sweats or leggings cut off circulation to your feet or cause terrible discomfort and should be avoided.
-We recommend wearing waterproof and/or insulated pants, with pant legs that are wide enough at the cuff to go over the top of your boots.
-Don’t forget your goggles, gloves, and helmet/hat. We have helmets available to rent in the Rental Shop, and we sell hats, gloves, goggles and more in our Alpine Shop in the main lodge. Check out this video for more information.
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