Did you know Park City Mountain Rentals is the closest rental shop to the snow? Located on the basement level of the Legacy Lodge, our friendly, helpful and experienced employees will get you out of your shoes and onto the snow quickly with service that ensures you’re ready for any condition. We have everything you need to hit the slopes worry-free, like a variety of easy-turning skis and snowboards for beginners or high-performance equipment for experts. We even offer free on-snow valet service and overnight equipment storage so you never have to bother with lugging gear back and forth.
TIP: To avoid the morning rush, try picking up your equipment the night before. You’ll want to arrive at least 30 minutes before we close to make sure you get a proper fitting.
Summit Demo Center
Thinking about buying new ski gear? Here's your chance to try before you buy. Stop by the Summit Demo Center at the top of the Bonanza and Silverlode chairlifts. This ski-in, ski-out facility allows you to demo the latest skis by the hour or by the day. Just slide in, get set-up and be back on the slopes in a flash.
Rates for the 2013 - 2014 Season
Hours: Open daily 8:00 am - 8:00 pm (closes at 5:00pm when night skiing riding are not scheduled)
TIP: Reserve your ski or snowboard rentals in advance and receive a 20% discount!
Ski Premier The latest in equipment from the industry's leading manufacturers.
with boot upgrade
Performance Great for beginning skiers aspiring to the next level.
Evening half day is available during regularly scheduled night skiing only
Credit card required for deposit on all rentals
Reservations cancelled within 48 hours of pickup will be subject to a cancellation fee of one day's rental per person. Reservations canceled with more than 48 hours notice will receive a full refund. Reservations can be cancelled by calling 800.227.2754.
Ski, boot and board only rentals are also available. In the event you need your skis or board waxed, tuned or mounted, we suggest Park City Mountain Repair.
Quiz: What type of skier are you?
Tends to be an entry level skier
Skis conservatively and at slower speeds
Prefers lower than average retention/release settings to increase releasability from bindings in a fall
Prefers a variety of speeds and terrain, including the most difficult trails
TYPE II skiers are those who do not meet all of the descriptions of either a Type I or III.
Skis aggressively and at high speeds
Prefers steeper and more challenging terrain
Prefers higher than average retention/release settings to decrease the risk of an inadvertent binding release
* If you're uncertain of your classification, you should request a TYPE I setting. ** TYPE II skiers are those who do not meet all of the descriptions of a TYPE I or TYPE III.
Start a summer Sunday morning at the mountain the right way, with brunch at Legends Bar & Grill featuring buttermilk pancakes, french toast, huevos rancheros, made-to-order omelets and our signature zeppoles.