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Brighton Rental Shop

Now Booking Appointments for Equipment Rentals

We have what’s right for you whether you’re a first-timer, a small munchkin, or you crave park, powder, twin tip, all-mountain, or women’s specific equipment. Note that online reservations are required to rent most equipment.

STAY IN THE KNOW

Shop Policies & More

The Brighton Rental Shop is located on the second floor of the Brighton Center. Shop hours are Mon - Sat from 8:00a - 9:30p and 8:00a - 4:30p on Sundays. If you have additional equipment rental questions, please shoot us a message.

    •  A-la-carte rentals do not require a reservation. 
    •  Besides shoes, there will be NO STORAGE of personal items in the shop. If you are planning on heading directly to the hill after getting your rentals, please come wearing all your gear. If you are in need of additional storage, daily and seasonal locker rentals are available. 
    •  To allow for a more precise boot fitting and to help prevent any potential need to switch out boots during the day, please only come with one good pair of ski socks. You do not need to layer socks and will be asked to remove any extra pairs.  
    •  We do not rent clothing or goggles at the resort, but these items and more can be purchased at our Brighton Mountain Sports store. 
    •  To ensure a proper fit between your boots and skis, we unfortunately do not offer a-la-carte ski boot rentals. 
    •  Multi-day rates are available.
    •  Group rates start at 25 people. Please call for details. 
  • Standard Ski Package: The standard package is better suited for entry-level to intermediate skiers. We use the Head BYS system for comfort and convenience.

    Performance Ski Package: The performance packages is best suited for intermediate to advanced skiers. We carry the Head LYT Tech series and the Head Kore 93’s skis and are paired with the Next Edge Head boot. This package is great for groomers to powder and all other terrain types.

    High Performance Ski Package: The high performance package is our top-of-the-line ski package and is best suited for intermediate to advanced skiers. Skis consist of The Head Kore Series.

  • Standard Snowboard Package: The standard package is better suited for beginner to intermediate riders. We carry the Burton LTR (Learn to Ride) and Progression lines.

    Performance Snowboard Package: The performance package is ideal for an intermediate rider and consists of Burton boots paired with Arbor boards.

    High Performance Snowboard Package: This high performance package is our top-of-the-line snowboard package and is best suited for intermediate to advanced skiers. We carry a variety of Mervin, Cardiff, Rome, Niche and K2 boards, paired with Head, Salomon or Burton Boots. If you are looking to demo some different snowboard types and brands, this is the package for you.

  • DETERMINING YOUR SKIER TYPE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

    Your Skier Type, height, weight, age, and boot sole length are used by the shop technician to determine the release/retention settings for your bindings. Consult these descriptions to select your classification. Be sure to provide accurate information. Errors may increase your risk of injury.

    If from experience, you have been dissatisfied with the release/retention settings that result from your skier classification, mention this to your binding technician.

    TYPE 1: Cautious skiing on smooth slopes of gentle to moderate pitch

    • Skiers who designate themselves as Type I receive lower than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to an increased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain releasability in a fall. This type also applies to entry-level skiers uncertain of their classification.

    TYPE 2: Skiers not classified as Type I or III

    • Skiers who designate themselves as Type II receive average release/retention settings appropriate for most recreational skiing.

    TYPE 3: Fast skiing on slopes of moderate to steep pitch 

    • Skiers who designate themselves as Type III receive higher than average release/ retention settings. This corresponds to decreased release-ability in a fall in order to gain a decreased risk of inadvertent binding release. (This classification is not recommended for skiers under 48lbs.)
    •  In order to reduce COVID-19 risk for our guests, only 30 guests are allowed in the shop at one time, so walk-in availability may be limited. 
    •  All equipment is sanitized after each use and periodically throughout the day. 
    •  Guests are required to wear an appropriate facial covering while inside the Brighton Center and the rental shop.
PACKAGES & A-LA-CARTE

Pricing

NOTICE: Due to Global supply chain shortages and shipping delays, snowboard rentals are currently limited. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Rental Packages

Package Type 4-hour 7-hour 12-hour
Adult Standard $25 $32 $42
Child Standard $15 $20 $25
Adult Performance $32 $40 $50
Adult HP $40 $50 $60

A-la-Carte

A-la-carte

4-hour

7-hour

12-hour

Helmet

$9

$12

$15

Poles Only

$5

$7

$9

Wrist Guards

$3

$5

$7

Adult Stan Ski/Board Only

$18

$21

$25

Adult Perform Ski/Board Only

$24

$31

$38

Adult HP Ski/Board Only

$29

$42

$55

Child Ski Only

$9

$14

$19

Adult Snowboard Boot Only

$15

$21

$27

Child Snowboard Boot Only

$7

$10

$13

Sno-Go Rentals

SnoGo 2hr 7hr
SnoGo Adult $45 $75

BEFORE YOU SNO-GO:

  •  Sno-Gos are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis.
  •  If you are renting a Sno-Go for the first time, you must book a lesson through our Snowsports School by calling (801)532-4731 ext. 209.
  •  Lessons must be booked at least 48 hours in advance.
  •  Guests will not be permitted to rent a Sno-Go without providing proof of a booked lesson. 
  •  Before renting a Sno-Go, all renters must watch the following instructional video: 
Sno-Go Tutorial Video Master all levels of riding a Sno-Go by watching this step by step tutorial. Learn about all of your bikes features, proper etiquette on the mountain, how to ride a chairlift, and get carving turns within just a few runs.