Willard Mountain is home to beginner and race level skiers alike. With fourteen trails ranging in skill levels from easy to expert, skiers and snowboarders are sure to find hills they like no matter what their experience level. There are plenty of chair lifts as well which means short lines and more time spent on the hill at Willard Mountain. Seasoned skiers often forget about the advantages of renting skis when travelling farther from home. While it is always comfortable to enjoy a day on the slopes with your own equipment, often times it can be more economical and stress-free getting your Willard Mountain ski rentals upon arrival.

Skis for any skier

There are fantastic options when it comes to getting your Willard Mountain ski rentals at the ski area. The resort can provide shape or super sidecut skis depending on your ability and skill level. Super sidecut skis will help you make those sharper turns out on the hill, whereas shape skis are great for going fast and turning as well. No matter which you choose, let us help you get your Willard Mountain ski rentals. With our connections and know how, we can save you up to 20 percent on all your gear. There’s no reason to spend more than you need to.

Keep in mind that the resort isn’t the only place to get your Willard Mountain ski rentals. Getting gear off site is a great way to save some additional cash. For example, a basic package at the resort will cost $24 per day. If you’re willing to drive an hour to save some money, you can get a similar package in Vermont at Alpine Rentals for only $15 per day. Depending on how long you’re going to ski and how many people you have, that $9 per day can pay for the gas and then some

Try out more skis

If you want to try out the latest models when it comes to your Willard Mountain ski rentals, you can’t go wrong with a demo rental. Buying new skis are like buying a new car. It is hard to know how they will drive unless you have the ability to test them out first. No matter where you get your skis, this is a great way for you to test out skis to really see how they ride during a day out on the slopes.

Ski safe

Safety is always an important element to consider when spending a day out on the slopes. Not only should you consider the proper equipment, the right sized boots and skis but you should also remember the importance of renting a helmet. Helmets can be a pain sometimes, especially if you aren’t used to them. However, it is definitely better to wear a helmet than risk running full speed into a tree or even another person without one.

Other nearby rental shops:

Outdoor Traders: https://outdoortraders.com/rentals

Eastern Mountain Sports: https://www.ems.com/store-details?StoreID=132

Alpine Rentals:          http://www.alpinerentalsinc.com/