Ski Rentals at Ski Bluewood
Ski Bluewood has the second highest Mountain base elevation in the state of Washington, topping at above 4,545 feet. When you are enjoying the scenery and history of Ski Bluewood, you’re going to definitely want to get some equipment so that you can get out and into these fresh powdery slopes.
Renting skis may be the way to go even if you own your own equipment when you visit Ski Bluewood to prevent the added cost of travelling with skis and other equipment. Some airlines are up to $200 additional fees for that extra baggage. If you are looking for some other ways to cut some cost on your trip, let us help you find the best deals on our website.
Ski Bluewood Deals
Let us be the top of that Vacation to do list once you know you are going skiing. We can potentially save you up to 20% over the walk in prices off of your online rentals. Not to mention the time and worry that we can save you from trying to find all of the equipment you may need.
We have relationships with the local rental shops so that you can save money and find what you are looking for efficiently and cost effectively.
We can also direct you to any specialty shops if you are looking for specific gear or brands.
Use our website and we can help you find the best deals for every level of gear that you could need to make your trip an unforgettable experience.
Things to keep in mind
If you are going to travel with even just one person alone, and want to carry your ski gear with you, you are looking at the very least one extra bag that likely will need to be checked to carry with you. Most airlines actually charge by the weight now, or even flat fees of $50 plus per bag.
Multiply those expenses by the number of travelers in your party and you will see that renting equipment can be very beneficial. We are happy to help you get the best deal possible and save your time as well as money and hassle.
Helmets and socks are some often forgotten ski gear. Helmets save lives and can be rented but purchasing a good fitting, comfortable helmet makes pretty good sense for most avid skiers. Helmets are crucial to a safe day on the slopes. Speaking of comfort, don’t forget your good ski socks. Cotton athletic socks are not a good choice. Comfortable Skiers want a good thin sock that wicks away moisture. Look for a thin wool or synthetic blend that covers well. Your feet will surely thank you.
Ski rental options at or near Ski Bluewood:
Rentals at Ski Bluewood: https://www.bluewood.com/rentals
Dusty’s Ski Shop & Rentals: http://dustys.us/
509 Bike & Board: http://www.509sportswallawalla.com