Beaver Creek Ski Rentals
Winter time is here and it is time to pack your bags and plan your ski vacation. We, at the Beaver Creek Ski Rentals, await your arrival to help you with ski rentals. On an average, the winter rental charges are between $25 and $75 per day, plus tax and the optional damage waiver insurance. But, buying ski equipment costs between $800 and $1500 and one has to pay luggage fees for them on the plane which amounts to approximately $50 or more each way.
Renting is easier and allows you to rent new gear each season. One only has to choose the rental skis according to one’s ability and know-how. Here we show you some of the skis we have to make your skiing experience wonderful.
Begin with Performance Skis
The performance skis help the beginner to intermediate level user use their winter rental skis or snowboard on a groomed run. People who only indulge in an odd run or two during the year belong to the beginner category. The winter rental performance skis you use are forgiving and user-friendly.
People who ski one or two weeks in a year typically belong to the intermediate category. You will need skis that not only remain comfortable but also help you gain more confidence for more daring things ahead. The Performance skis are easy, turning skis. These skis have Auto-Turn technology and rocker innovations that make it easy for the beginners. Beginners should always choose Performance Skis which are light and flexible. Advancing Intermediate skiers should consider upgrading to demo ski packages for higher performance.
Demo Skis for Advanced Skiers
When you choose demo skis, it means you are an advanced intermediate to expert skier with years of skiing experience. Choose high-performance skis that allow you to do your thing. Choose from a variety of models and lengths, from carving skis, women specific skis, to powder skis, this package allows you variety and choice from today’s top manufacturers.
The rigidity of the skis you choose depends on what you expect to do on the slopes. For an increased response, you need narrow skis less than 85 mm at the waist. These are good for carving on the piste. For powder, move to a wider waist width (90 mm or greater) which provides more flotation in deep snow.
When considering Beaver Creek Ski Rentals, Charter Sports is conveniently located within The Charter Hotel at Beaver Creek. Offering the best advanced reservation discounts on ski and snowboard rentals in all of Beaver Creek. Guests staying at the Charter hotel, can access the Elkhorn chairlift via The Charter Ski Way, and ski back via The Oxford Ski Way just North of the Strawberry Park lift. This ski in and out property sits just below Beaver Creek Village and offers complimentary shuttle service for anyone wanting to start their day in the Village.
Beaver Creek Lift Tickets and Ski School
Lift tickets and ski school should be arranged with Beaver Creek Ski School. Be sure to rent with Charter Sports so you are not paying too much for rentals. Save time and money by reserving in advance online. It is best to utilize the shuttle from the hotel when dropping kids and adults off at ski school. Shuttles run every 10-20 minutes during the ski season.
Beaver Creek Village Transportation
Also, don’t forget Village Transportation, aka Dial-a-ride, 970-949-1938, if you are a Beaver Creek guest and need transportation within Beaver Creek. This is a free service supported through the Beaver Creek Resort and the Beaver Creek Merchants Association.