Mt. Bachelor's rental equipment can satisfy all your rental needs. With a primary location in West Village inside the Mountain Gateway building and a secondary location at the Sunrise Lodge, we carry the largest and highest quality rental inventory in the Northwest.
When renting equipment, you can also purchase lift tickets and sign up for a Gravity School ski or ride program.
A parent/guardian signature is required for all renters under 18 years of age. If you will not be accompanying your child on his/her visit to Mt. Bachelor, please print and sign this Rental Agreement Form and have your child bring it with him/her to the mountain. Credit Card deposit required for all rentals.
2019-20 RENTAL PRICES
Any rental package includes a pair of skis or a snowboard with bindings, boots and poles. Helmet and rental insurance are sold separately, in person, as rental add-ons.
|FULL DAY||LATE ARRIVAL*||2 of 3 DAY||3 of 5 DAY||4 of 6 DAY||5 of 7 DAY||6 of 8 DAY|
|Adult Sport Package 13 & over||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Junior Sport Package 12 & under||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Adult Performance Package 13 & over||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Regular Helmet Rental: TBD
Gravity School Helmet Rental: TBD
Rental Insurance: TBD
* Late Arrival prices valid for one-day rentals after 12:00 p.m.
RESERVE YOUR RENTALS ONLINE
If you are planning a trip and know that you need to rent equipment, you can reserve and pay for your rentals online. After your online reservation, please check in at the Sales Center downstairs in Mountain Gateway or downstairs in Sunrise Lodge with your confirmation receipt in hand. There are no refunds on pre-purchased online rentals.Rental prices will be announced and will become available for purchase online in the fall.
WHAT TYPES OF SKIS, BOOTS & BOARDS DO WE RENT?
Whether you're a first-timer, an aspiring carver, a powder hound or a freerider, Mt. Bachelor has an ideal rental ski or snowboard for you! Read about each package below for more information.
Mt. Bachelor carries the latest technology in rental equipment. Our new adult skis and boots from Salomon are perfect for Mt. Bachelor's powder!
Mt. Bachelor has partnered with Burton to offer a large supply of rental snowboards. Burton's Learn to Ride (LTR) program is designed to make learning to snowboard fun and easy by combining proven teaching methodologies with beginner-specific equipment.
Developed in conjunction with the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) and major resorts around North America, the LTR methodology stresses getting people to link turns - actually feel what it’s like to snowboard - in the first lesson. Coupled with the LTR learner-specific products, it's a methodology that makes learning to snowboard fun, easy and painless.
Salomon Enduro LX-750 All-Mountain Performance Skis offer on-piste stability and confidence with all-mountain possibilities. Enduro LX-750 gives skiers confidence on groomers and the possibility to ski the whole resort.
The Burton Blunt Freestyle Snowboard is effortless to ride thanks to its V-Rocker design and edges that are both turned on and de-tuned. The rocker helps keep the contact points off the ground and the Cruise Control lifts the edges for a looser and softer ride.
Mt. Bachelor strives to be an industry leader in Mountain Safety. To further this goal we require students 17 and under in any Gravity School lesson program to wear ski and snowboard specific helmets during lessons. For your convenience Mt. Bachelor offers helmets for rent or sale. Additional information about helmets and Snowsports can be found on the NSAA’s website at lidsonkids.org. Rental Helmets are available for $6 to students 17 and under in a Snowsports School lesson.
The Salomon Q-Max is the ideal all-mountain ski for the soon to be rippers of the mountain. A lightweight ski with Utility Rocker in the tip and tail allows for rapid progression and skill development.
The Burton Learn to Ride (LTR) Sport Snowboard is the ultimate catch-free confidence booster. LTR boards feature a softer flex, radical sidecut and forgiving edge bevel, all of which are designed to get riders turning without the falls traditionally associated with learning to ride. Burton's LTR board is specifically designed for a rider's first couple of days on the snow.