Pats Peak Ski area is a great hill for new skiers and snowboarders who are looking to work on their skills. With fourteen out of the twenty-eight hills listed as novice runs and another six as intermediate, the terrain is optimal for learning how to get down a ski hill. Whether you and your family plan to visit Pats Peak for a weekend or a week it’s always best to know your options when it comes to ski equipment. While bringing your own equipment could be an option, in most cases renting from any of Pats Peak ski rentals in the area when you get to the ski hill is the best option.
Book in advance
Check with us to get all the information you need when it comes to Pats Peak ski rentals. Just as you would make sure to book your ski tickets, your hotel and car rental, it’s important to reserve equipment before you arrive. Many Pats Peak ski rentals have a service for skiers and snowboarders where they are able to rent equipment before arrival through their ‘online rental express’ service. You never know how busy the ski hills will be the weekend or week you arrive so it is always better to be safe than sorry. If you’re looking to save money there are value packages available as well.
Stay warm and happy
When looking for a day out on the slopes you should always remember to dress properly. Be sure to check the weather before heading out for a ride. Overheating can cause sweat and then sitting around on a chairlift causes your body to cool down which can cause sickness. Not dressing warm enough can of course cause your fingers and toes to go numb and in extreme cases frostbite. Warm socks are always recommended. Sports stores are a great place to find winter worthy socks that fit nicely within ski boots and keep you warm all day long. You also can’t forget long underwear. Wear them under your clothes and layer up if you want to make sure you’re staying warm. Mittens are generally warmer than gloves so go with those if you find you get cold easily.
There are other options for Pats Peak ski rentals nearby so make sure you do your due diligence and look around. Here are some shops that can help:
Bob Skinnders Ski & Sports: http://www.bobskinners.com/
Snowboard Jones: http://www.snowboardjones.com/