Whistler Ski Rentals

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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Whistler ski rentals may be booked in any number of ways, online, over the phone, or in person. The most important thing is to book your reservation early during the holiday season to get the best availability and the lowest rates. Once fall arrives, tourists from the United States and Europe flock to the picturesque Coastal Mountains where some 7000 acres of terrain await eager skiers, snowboarders, ice skaters, hockey players, and sledders.

To get the best deals on Whistler ski rentals, look for packages that appeal to families and other groups such as seniors or students. It's often possible to book rooms at Whistler hotels for 25-50 percent off the top rates of the tourist season if these reservations are made well in advance and accompany a security deposit. You can even opt for packages that include weeklong lift tickets, equipment rentals, and other perks just for beating the flocks of winter recreation lovers who pour in once the cold weather descends.

Great Deals on Whistler Ski Rentals

By taking the initiative early and securing your spot at many Whistler ski rentals, you can bring your rates down as low as 100 dollars a night at some of the leading hotels and lodges. Electing to take your vacation before the high season begins can also mean savings on Whistler accommodations, not to mention the benefits of hitting the slopes before the madding crowds make it to BC. In just the past year, Whistler Blackcomb has opened over 1000 extra miles of terrain, an inducement for even more tourist traffic in the coming years. You can have first crack at these new runs by hitting the slopes in October or November instead of December or January.

It's important to keep in mind that while luxury Whistler ski rentals are lovely, the majority of visitors are there to ski, not sit around the lodge. There's a reason that Whistler has earned top honors for several years running from magazines such as Skiing and Powder. Not only does Whistler offer more skiable terrain than any other resort in North America, it also features the greatest vertical drop (one mile) of any destination on the continent. That means that novices and advanced skiers alike have plenty of challenges ahead of them.


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