Bolton Valley is a great place to spend a ski vacation exploring the 64 runs and seeing what night skiing is all about. However, if you’re planning to visit, you’ll need to know what the prices are for Bolton Valley ski rentals so you can plan accordingly. Don’t worry, however. With our help, not only are you going to get great gear, we’ll also show you how you can save money on the stuff you need as well as give you some tips on how to make the rest of your vacation go smoothly.

Getting Gear and Saving Money

Getting your Bolton Valley ski rentals on the cheap is easy with our help. With our connections, we can guarantee that you’ll save up to 20 percent on all your gear. After all, we spend a lot of time making friends with the ski rental shops so we can get the inside line on the best deals. Put our connections to work for you.

Another way we can help you save money on your Bolton Valley ski rentals is by getting you gear off site. For example, a basic ski package at Bolton Valley has a daily rate of $42 for the first day and $37 each additional day. So a six-day ski vacation will run you $227 before our help. In comparison, if you get your gear just up SR-100 in Stowe, you can hit AJ’s Ski and Sports. A basic package there starts at $32 per day before we help you get a discount. So those same six days are only $192. It’s a small savings, but every little bit helps, right?

Packing Tips

If you’ve been skiing before, you know all the little things that you should pack that make the trip more bearable. However, if this is your first major ski trip, you might not know those secrets. Here are some things that you should definitely bring along on your ski vacation.

  • Goggles – You’re going to need these to keep your eyes protected from debris that flies up. Also get tinted ones. The sun is brighter than you think up on the mountain.
  • Lip balm and Sunscreen – You wouldn’t think that snow and sunscreen go together, but you’re still going to be exposed to a lot of sunlight from above and below (snow scatters and reflects the sun).
  • Lotion – Wind, sun, and dry air are going to do a number on your skin. Get some good lotion to help keep your skin in shape.
  • Pain Relievers (Advil/Tylenol/Aleve) – After a long day on the slopes, and especially the morning after, you’ll be glad you have a bottle of meds nearby.

Don’t forget to get these items before you leave on your trip. They don’t take up that much room and you’ll save money. Think of how much stuff costs at a resort compared to your local stores and you’ll understand. Also, think of anything you own that runs on batteries and bring along a fresh set just in case. As with everything vacation related, the more you plan, the more you can save.

The following is a list of local ski rental shops:

AJ’s Ski and Sports:!about/cee5

Pinnacle Ski and Sports:

Umiak Outdoor Outfitters:!winter-rentals/c24z1